A Tale Of Two Cities: How Community Impacts Aging

Washington, D.C.
Tue, Sep 17, 2019, 5:30 PM (EDT)

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Washington, D.C.

An evening to highlight how two cities (Washington, DC and Baton Rouge) are exploring ways to best serve their aging communities. Panelists will delve into strategies and programs for the future, what they can learn from each other, and where the opportunities are for collaboration and innovation.

Registration includes light hors d'oeuvres and beverages.

Panelists

  • Gail Kohn

    Gail Kohn

    DC government

    World Health Organization- ‎DC Age Friendly City Coordinator

    See Bio
  • Robin Wagner

    Robin Wagner

    Office of Adult and Aging Services, Louisiana Dept of Health

    Deputy Assistant Secretary

    See Bio
  • Dr. Lindsay Mullins

    Dr. Lindsay Mullins

    Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University

    Sister Agnes Marie Fitzsimmons Endowed Chair of Gerontology

    See Bio
  • Gwendolyn Sutton

    Gwendolyn Sutton

    Virginia Hospital Center

    Manager of Senior Health and Lifeline

    See Bio

Moderator

  • Diane Ty

    Diane Ty

    Georgetown University McDonough School of Business

    Senior Project Director at Business for Impact

When

Tuesday, Sep 17
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)

Where

The Hatchery at AARP Downtown DC
575 7th St NW , 5th floor (Terrell Place) Washington, DC20004

Hosts

  • Mariella Zuñiga

    Mariella Zuñiga

    Adaptive Home Living, LLC - Founder / Principal

    Aging2.0 DC Chapter Ambassador

  • Matthew Rachleff

    Matthew Rachleff

    Naveon - Co-Founder & CEO

    Aging2.0 Baton Rouge Chapter Ambassador

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