Karimah Nonyameko

Karimah Nonyameko

“Our society would benefit from rejecting generational silos and embracing a culture of age integration and interdependence. I hope to push us all closer to a new form of age interdependence, one that works for our times and all our diverse communities.”  ...
John D. Kemp

John D. Kemp

“Our society does not inherently value the talent, abilities, insights and contributions of people who are aging. I feel a deep responsibility to change our culture toward acceptance and inclusion through education and our presence, since aging—and acquiring...
Terry Kaelber

Terry Kaelber

“Through the Institute for Empowered Aging at United Neighborhood Houses of New York, and by partnering with settlement houses and community centers far and wide, I work to raise the voices of older people as the powerful community asset we are, harvesting and...
Sharon Inouye

Sharon Inouye

“I believe that ageism is one of the biggest threats to improving quality of life for people in America today. I would like to find ways to change the messaging about aging and reframe the conversation about how we make the last act of life as productive,...
Kate Hoepke

Kate Hoepke

“As a leader in the Village movement, a community-builder for 35 years, and a lifelong student of human development, I want to lead deeper conversations about connection, interdependence, legacy, long-term investment and working together across generations to...
Christina Harrington

Christina Harrington

“I want to share stories and insights of the forgotten middle, those who may experience ageism, racism, and classism in the ways they interact with technology and the rest of the world.”   Christina Harrington Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Northwestern...