David M. Rosado serves Eastern Carolina Council as the Human Services Director for the Area Agency on Aging. David attended Mount Olive College studying Business Administration with a concentration in Management and Organizational Development, has an Associate in Arts Degree from Craven Community College and served in the United State Marine Corps from 1990-1994. David joined the ECC team in 1999 after working for the Craven County Department of Social Services Adult Services Unit for 3 years.
Prior to becoming the Director of the Area Agency on Aging, David served as Deputy Director providing quality assurance and funds administration for home and community based programs funded through the Older Americans Act and related funding. As in his previous role, David continues to work closely with directors from the HCCBG funded agencies providing programmatic and budget technical assistance as well as working with county aging advisory committees, front line staff, volunteers, and sub-contractors to help ensure that the best possible services delivered to older adults and caregivers. As Director, his role includes leading and supervising the comprehensive planning and management of all funded programs within the agency.
David is a Certified T-Trainer and Master Trainer for the Chronic Disease Self-Management (CDSMP), Diabetes Self-Management Programs (DSMP), and Chronic Pain Self-Management Program (CPSMP) through Stanford University. David is also a Graduate of the National Area Agency in Aging Association’s (N4A) Leadership Institute. He currently serves as an active member of the North Carolina Area Agency on Aging Association (NC4A), Chair of the Communications and Automated Resources Committee (CAAR), past Chair of the North Carolina Aging Specialist Association (ASA). Outside of his work with the Area Agency on Aging, David has volunteered in the community serving as past President of the Down East Council for Hispanic/Latino Affairs (DECHLA), past President for the Coastal United Soccer Association (CUSA), past President for Religious Community Services (RCS), and past vice-president for Craven County Partnership for Children.