Joo Yeoun Suh

Joo Yeoun Suh

“In my work on AARP’s Longevity Economy project, I promote information that depicts the reality of the 50+ population — older people are givers to, not takers from, society. Recognizing that older people remain vital contributors is the first step toward...
Gordon Skinner

Gordon Skinner

“Generational issues are often exacerbated by cultural differences. New York City’s unparalleled diversity is its primary source of both cultural richness and discord. But contention receives the greater bandwidth of attention. The absence of community means an...
Derenda Schubert

Derenda Schubert

“When we isolate the generations, we lose a powerful safety net and shared voice to strengthen one another and our communities. As a clinical psychologist, intergenerational champion, granddaughter, daughter and mother, my professional and personal experience...
Ramona Schindelheim

Ramona Schindelheim

“We need to eliminate workplace stereotypes that are making it difficult for older workers to find and keep meaningful, in-demand, and well-paying jobs. Through my writing, I want to help bust the myth that older workers are afraid of technology and can’t...
Kevin Rabinovich

Kevin Rabinovich

“We need an intentional way for youth and adults to tackle today’s biggest issues together, and my voice will help design solutions that can lead to large-scale change.”   Kevin Rabinovich Designer / Civic OrganizerColumbia, SC Eight years ago, Kevin...
Alexis Ortega

Alexis Ortega

“Aging is a great equalizer—it happens to all of us. The sooner my generation, millennials, and the folks that come after us can be involved in these conversations, listen and learn, the sooner we can become involved in the solutions and the greater our...