Grand Opening of Honor's New Operations Center in Austin

Wed, May 29, 2019, 3:00 PM (CDT)

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Join us for the grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony of Honor’s new operations center in Austin. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held with the Austin Chamber of Commerce, including remarks by Senior Vice President of Economic Development Charisse Bodisch, Honor Co-Founder & CEO Seth Sternberg, and Honor Austin Executive Vice President Austin Harkness.

Aging2.0 Austin is co-hosting a panel discussion with Honor on “Austin’s Aging Challenge and Need for Innovation” featuring Diana Deaton (Aging2.0 Austin), Annette Juba (AGE of Central Texas), and Mario Cendan (Be Well MD).

Networking reception to follow with food and drink—a great opportunity for the Aging2.0 Austin community to meet one of our newest chapter members and to exchange ideas with health care and home care providers, professional caregivers, entrepreneurs, and tech innovators in the aging space.

Honor’s mission is to help more people live safely at home as they age. The mission-based company is rethinking every detail of home care management to improve the way care is delivered. Headquartered in San Francisco, Honor and its partners operate in California, New Mexico, Texas, and Arizona.


Austin Harkness, Honor EVP of Operations

Keynote Speaker

  • Austin Harkness

    Austin Harkness


    EVP of Operations


  • Diana Deaton

    Diana Deaton

    Aging2.0 Austin


  • Annette Juba

    Annette Juba

    AGE of Central Texas

    Deputy Director

  • Mario Cendan

    Mario Cendan

    Be Well MD

    Nurse Practioner


Wednesday, May 29
3:00 PM - 5:30 PM (CDT)


Honor Operations Center
11009 Metric Blvd, Building J, Suite 100 Austin78758

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