Scott Bane is a Program Officer at The John A. Hartford Foundation. His career, including a decade of experience in philanthropy, has been directed toward helping vulnerable men and women, with an emphasis on ensuring that they have access to effective services. He brings experience in working with public partners and non-profits to improve both access to and quality of care for older adults.
Mr. Bane graduated from CUNY School of Law in May 2018. As part of his experience in law school, he held an internship with a New York State Supreme Court judge, who specialized in guardianship issues. During law school Mr. Bane worked at the Medicare Rights Center, where he counseled Medicare beneficiaries through the organization’s national helpline, and immersed himself in Medicare policies and regulations. He also spent a summer at the New York State Attorney General’s office in the Health Care Bureau. Prior to law school, Mr. Bane worked for over ten years in philanthropy.