As Deputy Director, Kevin Prindiville shares responsibility for oversight of staff, strategic direction and development. He also directs NSCLC’s work impacting dual eligibles and oversees the administrative advocacy and litigation work of NSCLC’s health team. Kevin frequently testifies, acts as media spokesperson, and makes frequent presentations. He made sure that the rights of low-income older adults were protected during the ramp up of Medicare Part D and was an integral part of the co-counsel team on the Part D class action lawsuit Situ v. Leavitt. In addition, he was a significant member of the team that won the Martinez v. Astrue settlement that restored Social Security or SSI benefits to some 200,000 people nationwide. Prior to joining NSCLC, Kevin worked as a staff attorney at the Pennsylvania Health Law Project in Philadelphia where he represented low-income individuals having trouble obtaining health care. He started as a Staff Attorney at NSCLC’s Oakland office in 2006. Kevin is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School and received his B.A. from the University of California, San Diego. He is admitted to the California Bar.
In The News
NSCLC Executive Director Kevin Prindiville calls on Congress in his latest Huffington Post blog to act to update the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program to help low-income seniors like Dollie.
NSCLC Directing Attorney Eric Carlson is quoted in a Nov. 19, 2014 article in Governing concerning Medicaid reimbursement for care outside nursing homes.
Dollie, 73, lives solely on income from Supplemental Social Security for all of her living expenses. But the program needs an update. Watch Dollie’s story and then help NSCLC restore this important poverty program.
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