Caregivers Work LLC founder and CEO John Paul Marosy is a pioneer in the field of aging and caregiving/work balance. John Paul draws on his personal caregiving wisdom and years of executive leadership experience in geriatric health care, managed care, technology and aging housing and services.

Inspired by insights he gained from arranging care for his father, John Paul wrote the ground-breaking book on caregiving/work balance, A Manager’s Guide to Elder Care and Work in 1999. It is the standard reference text on this subject.

In 2019, John Paul published Caregivers Work: A Six Step Guide to Balancing Work and Family, a completely redesigned and updated version of his classic, award-winning book Elder Care: A Six Step Guide to Balancing Work and Family originally published in 2003.

A graduate of Saint Peter’s College and Boston University, John Paul was awarded a Presidential Citation in 1984 for the Planning Partnership in Aging, a pioneering collaboration of Boston-area private companies and government agencies focused on enabling elders and their caregivers to live independently at home. The Partnership was convened by Minuteman Senior Services of Lexington, MA where John Paul served as executive director.

The Planning Partnership in Aging was an early execution of John Paul’s lifelong goal of uniting the public and private sectors to promote independent living for elders, persons with disabilities and their family caregivers.

John Paul Marosy has been featured in The Boston Globe, The Denver Post, AARP Bulletin, HR Magazine of the Society of Human Resource Managers, as well as Caring and The Fearless Caregiver magazines, PBS, and New England Cable News.

John Paul Marosy lives in Denver, Colorado. He and his wife Donna are currently care partners with Donna’s 92-year-old year mother.

John Paul Marosy, Founder/CEO of Caregivers Work

Advisory Council

The Caregivers Work Advisory Council is a group of family caregivers and professionals from diverse backgrounds who share a passion for improving the lives of employed family caregivers. The Council meets regularly to help set direction and priorities for the Caregivers Work network, its products, services, and priorities. Interested? Give us a call at (702) 768-5416.