Adam Waskow has spent the last 25 years working with service dogs and people in need. Starting his work at Guide Dogs for the Blind in 1991 and board certified as a licensed Guide Dog Mobility Instructor in 1993, he was a prominent force in the organization’s development and direction. Holding several key leadership positions throughout his tenure, he helped to design innovative solutions for the client and dog teams during their most crucial periods of development, as well as improving staff morale and physical health through comprehensive wellness initiatives. In 2014 he founded Memory Dog Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to exploring the use of highly trained dogs for people with neurologic degenerative diseases. Adam is a Senior Atlantic Fellow at the Global Brain Health Institute, UCSF Memory and Aging Center.