Bill MartonDirector, Division of Disability and Aging Policy
William Marton is the Director of the Division of Disability and Aging Policy. Bill is a sociologist and demographer by training (AB University of Chicago; PhD University of Pennsylvania), and joined ASPE in 1995 following a National Institute on Aging Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Department of Population Dynamics in John Hopkins University's School of Hygiene and Public Health (now the Bloomberg School of Public Health). He worked in ASPE as an Expert Consultant for one year before being hired permanently as a Statistician (Demography). His expertise is in the areas of the demography of disability and aging; disability measurement; long-term care financing; and research methodology and evaluation.
Bill became the Division Director in 2002 and manages and supervises professional staff in BHDAP working on policy analysis, budgetary analysis, legislative review, and research and evaluation related to disability, aging, and long-term care issues and programs. In addition, he works with senior staff to develop, manage, and implement BHDAP’s annual policy research and evaluation plan, and provides general research design and evaluation advice to BHDAP staff.