Age Friendly Livable Communities: Thrive and Live Well

Washington, D.C.
Thu, Apr 19, 2018, 5:00 PM (EDT)

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Washington, D.C.

*Join us on April 19th for an exciting, engaging event!

The event will start with a tour of a model Livable Community, followed by a discussion with a panel of experts on two key topics: Maintaining Brain Health and Thriving and Caregiving and Engagement. These are two of the eight Grand Challenges selected by Aging2.0 to focus on this year. 

We are also inviting entrepreneurs and innovators to feature their ideas, products and/or services on addressing the needs of livable communities. If you are a startup interested in getting featured, please email us for the Request For Proposal !

Finally, we are looking for sponsors and contributors (financial or in kind) to assist us with the event. Please let us know if you have any leads or interested parties! 

SEE YOU ALL this Spring!

*This event was originally schedule for March 21st, but was rescheduled due to inclement weather. If you already bought your ticket for the March 21st event, your ticket will still be valid for the April 19th event. You do NOT need to purchase another ticket.

Keynote Speaker

  • Majid Fotuhi

    Majid Fotuhi

    NeuroGrow Brain Fitness Center

    Medical Director

    A Harvard- and Johns Hopkins-trained neurologist and neuroscientist, Dr. Fotuhi is widely regarded as an authority in the field of memory, Alzheimer’s Disease, concussion, ADHD, and increasing brain vitality in late-life. He has had numerous publications in major peer-reviewed journals, cited by thousands of scientists around the world. National media such as the Washington Post, CNN, ABC, and…

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  • Carroll Quinn

    Carroll Quinn

    Waterfront Village

    Board of Directors, Secretary

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  • George Taler

    George Taler

    Georgetown University School of Medicine

    Professor, Clinical Medicine, Geriatrics and Long Term Care

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  • Pamela Saunders

    Pamela Saunders

    Georgetown University

    Associate Professor

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  • Shahab Kaviani

    Shahab Kaviani

    AARP Foundation

    Director of Social Connectedness Innovations

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  • Ana Nelson

    Ana Nelson

    Alzheimer’s Association® National Capital Area Chapter

    Vice President of Programs and Services

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  • Gail Kohn

    Gail Kohn

    DC government

    World Health Organization- ‎DC Age Friendly City Coordinator

    See Bio


Thursday, Apr 19
5:00 PM - 8:30 PM (EDT)


St. Augustine's Church
555 Water St SW Washington D.C.20024


  • Tina Sandri

    Tina Sandri

    Knollwood Retirement Community

    Aging2.0 DC Ambassador

  • Mariella Zuñiga

    Mariella Zuñiga

    Adaptive Home Living, LLC - Founder / Principal

    Aging2.0 DC Chapter Ambassador

  • Raca Banerjee

    Raca Banerjee

    Heldman Simpson Partners LLC

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