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President & CEO of the Central Massachusetts Agency on Aging, Dr. Moses Dixon


Dr. Moses S. Dixon is the President & CEO of the Central Massachusetts Agency on Aging, Inc (CMAA). Dr. Dixon has extensive experience in the non-profit sector in Central Massachusetts and brings more than a decade of experience working for local and state governments in Massachusetts and the federal government. Dr. Dixon served as a staffer for former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid. Furthermore, serving as a Legislative Aide on Beacon Hill to Massachusetts State Representative Mary S. Keefe from the 15th Worcester District. In February of 2023, Dr. Dixon was appointed by Massachusetts Governor Maura T. Healey to serve on the Governor’s Council on Black Empowerment for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts along with 30 other black leaders from across Massachusetts. This Council advises Governor Healey and Lieutenant Governor Driscoll on issues related to the economic prosperity and well-being of Massachusetts’ Black community, including education, health care, housing, and workforce development.


Dr. Dixon holds a doctorate in Community and Public Affairs from The State University of New York at Binghamton, a Master’s in Community Development and Planning from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Howard University. Additionally, Dr. Dixon holds (two) certificates, the first in” Community Health Leadership” from The Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia, and the second from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in “Leaders in Health Community Training.”


CMAA is governed by a 17 member Board of Directors and an advisory council.