Acting Director, Center for Policy, Planning, and Evaluation
Bob Hornyak is the Acting Director of the Center for Policy, Planning and Evaluation within the U.S. Administration on Aging. The Center for Policy, Planning and Evaluation serves to identify and analyze emerging policy issues and trends related to the aging population; develops innovative program strategies consistent with the priorities established by the Assistant Secretary for Aging; and directs the evaluation of programs under the Older Americans Act. He was previously the Director of the Office of Home and Community Based Services at AoA.
Prior to his work in AoA, he was the Director of the Center for the Advancement of State Community Service Programs at the National Association of State Units on Aging (NASUA). Earlier in his career, he was the Deputy Director for the Indiana Bureau of Aging and In-Home Services and also served as Acting Director.
He is a graduate of Villanova University and received a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology from Indiana State University. While in Indiana, he also practiced as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in a local Community Mental Health Center for 17 years.