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This is an Alliance-Only event. To learn more about Aging2.0's corporate membership community, please visit aging2.com/alliance. Attendance is limited to two representatives per member company.
We hope you can join us for the third of the 2017 quarterly Alliance-member “Innovation Roundtables” on September 7th in Washington, DC. Special thanks to AARP for hosting us at The Hatchery.
As you know, this year’s quarterly in-person Roundtables and other Aging2.0 programming will be oriented around a set of "Grand Challenges" – the biggest challenges and opportunities in aging today.
The Challenges will drive Aging2.0’s priorities and activities throughout the year through a collaborative global process that delivers innovation insights and recommendations for action. Mark your calendars and plan to attend all the Alliance Roundtables during 2017:
Q1 Roundtable - March 24, 2017 San Diego, CA (adjacent to NIC Spring Conference)
Q2 Roundtable - May 1, 2017 Nashville, TN (hosted by Brookdale)
Q3 Roundtable - September 7, 2017 Washington, DC (hosted by AARP)
Q4 Roundtable - November 13, 2017 San Francisco, CA (first day of OPTIMIZE)
As always, the Roundtable will feature opportunities for strategic connections, knowledge sharing and collaboration.
VP, Corporate Relations
VP, Brand Strategy
Director of Partnerships and Programs
Director Community Engagement Aging2.0
Vice President, Strategy and Business Development
Stephen Johnston MBA is co-founder and CEO of Aging2.0 a global innovation platform for aging and senior care, founder of Fordcastle, an innovation consultancy and a member of the Future Agenda, the world’s largest open foresight initiative. Stephen serves on the board of Music and Memory a New York 501c3 nonprofit focused on improving the quality of life for older people, He is co-author of Growth Champions (Wiley, 2012), a book about sustainable corporate growth. He has an MA in Economics from Cambridge University and an MBA from Harvard Business School where he was a Fulbright Scholar. He lives in San Francisco, CA.
Grace Andruszkiewicz is Aging2.0’s Director of Marketing and Community Engagement. Grace manages the Aging2.0 brand, internal and external communications, social media, maintaining and growing engagement among the Aging2.0 community and building the global network of chapters. With a background in integrated marketing communications, Grace has worked in the healthcare, commercial real estate, non-profit and consumer industries.
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