At his ‘forced’ chaplaincy internship in seminary, Larry Minnix faced a turning point. His decision set him on a 45-year career path of service and advocacy for aging and mentally ill persons. As President and CEO of the Washington, DC-based nonprofit, LeadingAge, his advocacy work is at the nexus of public policy and money. He traces his career trajectory to a Methodist summer camp in his mid-teens, where he felt a call to minister. “The key is to relate to many different kinds of people,” he tells Don Hutcheson, host of DiscoverTalentPodcast.com.