From the Encore Movement
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Reading this collection of essays is like sitting down with a who’s who in the field of longevity.
In this New York Times article, Encore.org vice president of marketing and communication, Marci Alboher, takes a look at how intergenerational partnerships between people in encores and younger generations are making a difference.
Adults today generally have the good fortune to be healthier and more energetic than previous generations – and an appetite for continued purpose, engagement, stimulation and challenges in life, well beyond the middle years. Plenty of older adults simply want to help...
Nominate someone for the Eisner Prize for Intergenerational Excellence
Encore.org founder and CEO Marc Freedman reflects on the legacy of his mentor John Gardner.
Marc Freedman’s World Economic Forum blog on why a binary approach = work/retirement – doesn’t work in the face of a new demographic reality.
Marc Freedman on when kicking back is not enough
[intro]In America's youth, we loved older people. The early European settlers wore white wigs and cut their clothes to affect a hunched-over posture. In the early census, Americans lied and said they were older than their actual years. A popular saying of the day, "a...
A highlight of my work at Encore.org is that it's allowed me to meet and work alongside Jane Pauley, one of my lifelong heroes. As a powerful voice on the subject of the encore life stage, Jane (Yes, I now actually call my hero by her first name!) has become a true...
Marc Freedman in the Harvard Business Review on new dynamic models for later life.