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Greenwich, CT has been actively pursuing the designation as an Age Friendly Community by AARP and the World Health Organization. You'll hear about the Town Survey Data Findings and Action Plan status. Panel is led by Lori Contadino, Director, Greenwich Commission on Aging, Steven Katz, Ambassador of Aging2.0, Vice Chair of the Commission on Aging and President of Sterling Care and Bill Armbruster, AARP Senior Advisor, Livable Communities.
Greenwich Commission on Aging
Aging2.0 Greenwich Local Chapter
Senior Advisor Livable Communities
STEVEN B. KATZ, JD, MBA, LLM, MPH, CPA, CMC, CDP, FACHE
Steve Katz is the Vice-Chairman of the Commission on Aging for the Town of Greenwich and is co- spearheading Greenwich’s Age-Friendly and Dementia Friendly certification initiative with the AARP, World Health Organization and Dementia Friendly America. Steve is a Board Member of the Southwestern Connecticut Agency on Aging and is the Ambassador of the Aging2.0 Greenwich Chapter. Mr. Katz is the President of Sterling Care, a home health agency and geriatric care management practice with offices in Greenwich, CT and White Plains, NY. Steve is also an adjunct professor of Health Care Policy and Management at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.
Steven has an MPH from Columbia University, an LL.M. in Taxation from NYU School of Law, MBA’s in Finance and Accounting and a JD from Fordham University, and a B.A. in Psychology from Brandeis University. He is a New York Certified Public Accountant and is admitted to the Bar in NY and CT. Steve is a Care Manager Certified, a Certified Geriatric Care Manager, a Certified Dementia Practitioner and a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Bill is the Town of Greenwich’s Advisor to the Age Friendly Greenwich initiative. He manages the entire AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities, which is a program within AARP Livable Communities. He has been with AARP since 2000, joining as an Associate State Director for AARP New York. In that role he served the upstate and western region of the Empire State and was totally responsible for the development, implementation and assessment for community outreach programming. That body of work included livable and age friendly communities initiatives, partner development and grassroots volunteer organizing for a 30 county region both near and far from his Rochester home base.
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