“I seek to be a vision caster and disruptor that provides a new narrative and host of solutions—including age-integrated housing—for many of us to not just live longer, not just live healthier, but truly thrive in the Age of Longevity.”
Ryan Frederick is a thought leader, real estate entrepreneur & consultant for improving health through better living environments for people of all ages. Mr. Frederick is a noted national keynote speaker, writer, blogger and instructor on matters related to health & well-being, health care and housing. He is a particularly strong advocate for creating living environments that foster intergenerational relationships. His work has been cited in Forbes, The Washington Post and Environments for Aging, among other outlets. He serves as a member of the National Advisory Board for the School of Nursing at Johns Hopkins University, has been appointed to the Bipartisan Policy Center Health and Housing Task Force and is a member of the AgingWell Hub, an international collaborative led by Georgetown University. Mr. Frederick is the Founder of Smart Living 360, a platform that develops age-friendly housing and advises existing institutions, such as health systems and senior living providers, on ways to create better solutions for the health of people. Mr. Frederick holds a BSE degree from Princeton University and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Mr. Fredericks resides in Baltimore, MD with his wife, three kids, dog, fish, chickens and Big Green Egg.
Learn more here about the Encore Public Voices Fellowship, which supports diverse voices focusing on aging, longevity and the intergenerational opportunity.