Keith R. Knapp, PhD, MHA, HSE, CFACHCA, currently serves as associate professor in the Department of Health Management and Policy at the University of Kentucky's College of Public Health and as senior adviser on Adult Programs to the secretary of the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Commonwealth of Kentucky. His current professional endeavors are rooted in 37 years of practice as a licensed nursing home administrator (NHA), ranging from managing stand-alone skilled nursing and rehabilitation facilities to leading continuing care retirement communities and a multisite senior living organization. He is a past board chair of the American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA); National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB) and its affiliated foundation, Kentucky Board of Licensure for Long-Term Care Administrators; and LeadingAge (Kentucky). He earned his undergraduate degree in arts and sciences and doctorate in gerontology from the University of Kentucky and his MHA from Xavier (Ohio) University. He is a licensed NHA and certified fellow of the ACHCA and holds the Health Services Executive (HSE) qualification from the NAB. Douglas M. Olson, PhD, MBA, LNHA, FACHCA, is director of the Center for Health Administration and Aging Services Excellence (CHAASE) and professor of health administration at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (UWEC). Prior to his academic career, Dr. Olson devoted 12 years to leading long-term care communities. Dr. Olson has been published in a variety of journals, has given numerous presentations, and has served on a variety of professional and organizational boards. His current research about and advocacy for the profession has sparked a national collaboration among senior living organizations, academic programs, trade and professional associations, consumers, and regulatory agencies to mount a coordinated effort to properly prepare enough future leaders in this field to meet the anticipated demand - known as Vision 2025. He earned his BS in healthcare administration from UWEC, MBA from the University of St. Thomas, and PhD in health services administration, research, and policy from the University of Minnesota. He is a licensed nursing home administrator (NHA) and fellow of the American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA).