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Altogether close to 50 million older adults, of which 7 million in Argentina : in this event, each ambassador will expose the COVID 19 situation in her/his country , its evolution, how the country dealt with the pandemia, what is the situation now, and what is expected for the (near) future - all with respect to the 60+ population. The speakers will also explore ways that technology has been used to mitigate the effects the quarantine, and what can and should be done to improve the lives of the older adults in the region, especially the poorer.
The goal is to share an objective picture of the situation of the various groups of older adults in South America, which each ambassador will further explore it new future events. We are very happy to invite the Aging Community to be part of this movement designed to call the attention to the needs of the older adults under such uncertain times: who knows how long this quarantine will last for this population? Although we do not have solutions, we must raise our voices, and think collectively: better answers will be result.
Brisa y Viento
Conexión Adulto Mayor
CEO & Founder
I am a Business Professional with a Law Degree in Argentina and a Master's Degree and a Ph.D. in France, in International Economic Relations. The first part of my career in Europe was focused on International Affairs. Life brought me back to Argentina, where I started working in the corporate world. I worked for American Express Argentina, where I had the chance to be trained in the U.S. and acquired significant marketing experience with global consumer focused companies.
As from 1990, I specialized in retail and shopping centers industry, an emerging industry in the local market in the early nineties, first as an executive and later as an external consultant. I have been involved in the development and management of more than 15 shopping centers in Argentina and other Latin American countries. Groupe Conseil, my consultancy firm, traditionally linked to retail and shopping centers business, is now shifting to silver economy subjects. At present I am focused on projects involving women over 50, and deeply involved in Silver Economy matters. I have created a senior women’s community on Facebook, called Ahora Nosotras. I am also a founding member of Marianne Argentina, an association of business women related to France, created in 2010 under the patronage of the French Embassy in Argentina.
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