Paul Hogan

Paul Hogan, Co-Founder & Chairman

When Paul Hogan and his wife Lori founded Home Instead Senior Care® in 1994, they ran the business from Paul’s mother’s dining room table. Things have changed a little since then.

Today, Home Instead Senior Care is the largest senior care organization in the world. The Home Instead Senior Care network includes more than 1,100 independently owned and operated offices in 12 countries on four continents. As chairman, Paul advocates for the senior care industry and the Home Instead Senior Care brand.

Paul is a founding board member of the Home Care Association of America and the Home Instead Senior Care Foundation, an organization providing financial support to nonprofits dedicated to improving quality of life for seniors. He was also a founding member of the Nebraska chapter of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization. In 2000, Paul was named Entrepreneur of the Year by the Nebraska Center for Entrepreneurship.

In 2005, Paul served as a delegate to the White House Conference on Aging. He was named Entrepreneur of the Year in 2006 by the International Franchise Association in recognition of his contribution to franchising.

Paul and Lori received the “E” Award from the U.S. Department of Commerce in May 2008 for their work exporting the home care business concept globally. This award is one of the highest honors the federal government presents to individuals, firms or organizations that make a significant contribution to American exports. The award was presented at a White House ceremony with President George W. Bush.

In 2009, the Hogans entered into a partnership with the University of Nebraska Medical Center to serve as anchor donors for the Home Instead Center for Successful Aging, a hub of medical services, education, activities and research dedicated to seniors located on the UNMC campus in Omaha.

Paul and Lori co-authored Stages of Senior Care (McGraw-Hill) in 2009 to help seniors and their families make informed decisions about the senior care options available today. The book is a USA Today Bestseller; all proceeds from sale of the book go to the Home Instead Senior Care Foundation.

Paul joined the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on Ageing in 2010 and currently serves as vice chairman. Home Instead Senior Care is also a member of the World Economic Forum as a Global Growth Company Partner.

Major media outlets frequently turn to Paul as an expert on franchising and aging issues. He has been interviewed by The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, TIME magazine, National Public Radio, ABC World News with Diane Sawyer, CNBC and AARP The Magazine.

Paul and Lori have four children.

Lori Hogan

Lori Hogan, Co-Founder

Lori Hogan and her husband Paul founded Home Instead Senior Care in 1994. The company started as a small business operated from Paul’s mother’s dining room table and is now the largest senior care organization in the world. Lori focuses her work on bettering the lives of the Home Instead Senior Care network’s 65,000 CAREGivers℠.

Lori is a University of Nebraska at Omaha graduate and a former Miss Nebraska USA. She serves on the boards of the Nebraska Family Alliance, the Nebraska State Chamber of Commerce, the Home Instead Senior Care Foundation, the Broadway Dreams Foundation and the Home Instead Center for Successful Aging Advisory Board.

Lori is chairman on the American Heart Association Sweethearts, a leadership program for high school-age women. She is a past board member of the Omaha Chamber of Commerce. She was presented with the “Successful Business Woman Award” by the Omaha Downtown Chapter of American Business Women’s Association in 2004.

Lori and Paul received the “E” Award from the Department of Commerce in May 2008 to recognize their success in exporting their home care business concept to other countries through the Home Instead Senior Care franchise network. This award is one of the highest honors the federal government presents to individuals, firms or organizations that make a significant contribution to American exports. It was presented at a White House ceremony with President George W. Bush.

In 2009, the Hogans entered into a partnership with the University of Nebraska Medical Center to serve as anchor donors for the Home Instead Center for Successful Aging, a hub of medical services, education, activities and research dedicated to seniors located on the UNMC campus in Omaha.

Paul and Lori co-authored Stages of Senior Care (McGraw-Hill) in 2009 to help seniors and their families make informed decisions about the senior care options available today. The book is a USA Today Bestseller. Lori also authored Strength for the Moment (Image Books, a division of Random House, Inc.), a book to encourage and celebrate caregivers. The proceeds from both books go to the Home Instead Senior Care Foundation.

Lori and Paul have four children.

Jeff Huber

Jeff Huber, Chief Executive Officer

As Chief Executive Officer of Home Instead, Inc., Jeff Huber oversees strategic planning and advocacy for the Home Instead Senior Care network; provides leadership on key initiatives; and manages the day-to-day operations of the Global Headquarters. He has also increased the organization’s commitment to leadership development and training to empower professional and family caregivers and to advance the mission of Home Instead Senior Care: To enhance the lives of aging adults and their families.

Jeff previously served in the role of President and CEO from 2015-2019. Other roles he’s held have been chief administrative officer, chief development officer and vice president of franchise development. Jeff joined Home Instead, Inc. in 1998 as franchise development manager.

Jeff’s passion for creating a better world for all individuals to grow older in extends beyond providing the highest quality care to Home Instead clients. He works to advance support and policies for working family caregivers, grow and professionalize the global caregiver workforce, and inspire individuals to care for and serve the senior community.

Jeff is a frequent speaker on aging topics at events on the national and global stage, including the Silver Economy Forum, the Financial Times Dementia Summit and the Milken Future of Health Summit. He is a member of AARP CEO Champions, Fast Company Impact Council, G100 Network and the World Economic Forum, among other board and leadership positions in his industry and community.

Jeff graduated magna cum laude from the Creighton University School of Law and summa cum laude from Creighton University. Jeff practiced law for four years, including two years as a law clerk for a United States District Court judge.

Mike Boyer

Mike Boyer, Chief Operating Officer International Markets

As COO of International Markets, Mike Boyer leads a team responsible for international franchise development and international business development of Home Instead Senior Care, Inc., which has the largest global presence of any senior care company in the world. .

Before joining the organization, Mike held senior positions in sectors ranging from healthcare to international media and philanthropy. He has written extensively on international affairs for numerous publications and has appeared as an expert commentator on media outlets around the world. Mike earned a bachelor’s degree from Colorado College and a master’s degree from the London School of Economics.