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Executive Director of UCSF / UC Hastings Consortium and Adjunct Professor · UC Hastings College of the Law
Contacts: email@example.com / 415-565-4831 / Office 377-200
Director of International and Corporate Relations · International Federation on Ageing
Mr. Shaw represents the IFA at the United Nations, works closely with governments, and maintains the IFA’s elder abuse initiatives
President and CEO · Baycrest
Overseeing one of the leading academic healthcare organizations specializing in complex specialized geriatric care and brain research.
Founder & President · Essentials Conversations Project
There will never be too many candles on your birthday cake when Dr. Amy develops your life transition and retirement planning requirements
Professor · School of Social Work, University of Sherbrooke
Ph. D. in Sociology (Frankfurt, Germany, 1992) is a full professor at the School of Social Work of the University of Sherbrooke
Professor of Social Work · Baylor University
Dr. Ellor works with older adults around issues of mental and spiritual health
Project Coordinator - National Network of Age-friendly Communities · The Norwegian Association of Local and Regional Authorities
Anne Berit has been responsible for creating awareness of the age-friendly agenda in Norway.
Professor Emeritus | Maurice Mann Chair in Real Estate | Co-Chair, Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics · Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley
Urban real estate economics and urban financial problems Property taxation and the role of the public sector Inter-linkages, securitization and globalization of real estate asset markets Design of optimal mortgage debt instruments and variable-rate mortgages Macroeconomic determinants of housing construction
Director and Professor of Gerontology · Oxford Institute of Population Ageing, Oxford University
Sarah trained as an ethnographer and her early research focused on migration and the social implications of demographic change