Meet Jane Paccione, who serves as Vice President of the SAHT Board!
She is the Managing Director of Collective Impact at the San Antonio Area Foundation and leads the initiative known as SALSA – Successfully Aging and Living in San Antonio. She works with over 100 individuals and 40+ cross-sector organizations all committed to a vision of a community where older adults are respected, thrive, and enjoy connected lives.
Jane previously served as the President and CEO of Ride Connect Texas, a local non-profit organization focused on increasing transportation opportunities for older adults and people with disabilities. In 2021 the San Antonio Business Journal selected Jane as an inaugural Diversity and inclusion honoree recognizing her efforts in the areas of age and disability inclusion. She has also been recognized for her hard work and commitment to excellence in the private sector when she received the Texas Governor’s Entrepreneurship Award.
In addition to her work with the San Antonio Area Foundation, Jane serves as an advisory council member for the Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics, at UT Health San Antonio, working to ensure that students are both knowledgeable about the principles of health care ethics and remain sensitive to the patient’s experience.
She currently is the board chair of disABILITYsa, a local nonprofit focused on making San Antonio the #1 community where people with disabilities want to live, learn, work, and play.