Below you’ll find events that is hosting, as well as events we’ve discovered through friends or partners in our community. For more information about each event and to register, click on the blue title. If you’d like to list a virtual event here, please send the listing — title, date and time, registration link and/or link to join, and a 1-2 sentence description — to [email protected]

Encore 101
July 21, 2021 at 9:30am PT / 12:30pm ET
Featuring: Communications Associate Duncan Magidson and Leadership and Mobilization Manager Karimah Nonyameko
Join on May 19 for an interactive, introductory session on how to bridge divides, connect across generations and create a better future together. You’ll learn about the forces driving generations apart and the organizations and fellows that see another way. You’ll also connect with leaders and be empowered with ideas and resources to start living and leading “Gen2Gen.” 9:30am PT / 12:30 pm ET

Events hosted by other organizations

Hosted by: The OpEd Project
Every Thursday during the coronavirus crisis, at 5pm EST, The OpEd Project hosts weekly webinars in order to share fast information + live Q&A with their community. Led by their journalists and published fellows, they will address topics including how to Write, Edit, Pitch & Amplify your op-eds. Let’s ensure that those most impacted by #COVID19 are included in the story AND the solution. Open to all, regardless of means.

Hosted by: At Home With Growing Older
At Home With Growing Older, AHWGO, is a nonprofit based in Berkeley, California, that brings together professionals, academics and interested individuals to re-envision and improve the experiences of later life. Their educational public forums, on a wide range of topics related to aging, are held in various locations in the Bay Area. They are pleased to be able to continue offering connection, community and knowledge remotely.

Hosted by: Be Social Change
Be Social Change is a membership community dedicated to helping people build lives and careers of social impact. Check out their upcoming events to learn from social impact experts and connect with purpose-driven people.

Hosted by: Experience Talks
Featuring: Encore Public Voices Fellow Tim Carpenter
Join Encore Public Voices Fellow Tim Carpenter, CEO/Founder of EngAGE, as he shares the experience of dynamic baby boomers and beyond in a way that communicates across generations.

Hosted by: Kumu
Kumu hosts in-person and virtual sense-induced gatherings to deepen our connection to our spirit, celebrate our inner vitality, and remind us of our true selves. Conversation saloons, lively dancing, and meaningful dinners with thought leaders are just some of the many ways they cultivate joy — together.

Hosted by: Living Room Conversations
Living Room Conversations are a simple way to connect across divides – politics, age, gender, race, nationality, and more. Getting at the heart of what we share in common with one another, these conversations have powerful, positive impacts across society – including a sense of respect, understanding, and even friendship in unexpected places! Sign up for an upcoming conversation today.

Hosted by: Kasley Killam, MPH
Featuring: Encore Public Voices Fellow Kasley Killam
Social wellness is about how connection and relationships fuel our health and happiness. There are many amazing people working in this space, including researchers, entrepreneurs, and community builders. And every Wednesday at 12pm PT / 3pm ET Encore Public Voices Fellow Kasley Killam will chat with them! Join her on Instagram Live: @KasleyKillam

Hosted by: The Grand
This is a 14-week program that combines facilitated learning with peer support to give you the clarity and confidence you need to navigate a career change. The Grand Quest is fully remote, open to people from all over the world and scholarships are available.

Recorded events

Co-generate! Livestream
Hosted by:
Co-generate! Livestream is a virtual event powered by for younger and older changemakers eager to bust out of our respective age silos and work together for a better future.
June 23, 2021

Series: Intergenerational Dialogues on Racial Justice
Hosted by: My Life, My Stories &

  • An Intergenerational Dialogue on Racial Justice: What Can We Do to Make 2021 Better?
    This free, virtual event kicked off the first in a series of intergenerational dialogues on racial injustice hosted by My Life, My Stories and The event was co-hosted by Brittany Bare, millennial and founder of My Life, My Stories, and Brenda Atchison, baby boomer and Encore Public Voices Fellow. Hear from two storytellers, including Sam Bibbens and 2020 Encore Public Voices Fellow Frankie Huang, about how their personal experiences this year have shaped their intentions to fight racial injustice next year.
    Featuring: Vice President, Narrative Change Marci Alboher, 2018 Encore Public Voices Fellow Brenda Atchison, 2020 Encore Public Voices Fellow Frankie Huang
    December 8, 2020
  • How Can We Sustain Everyday Activism?
    Even the smallest acts can make a difference in the fight against systemic racism — acts like showing up for a peaceful protest, joining an anti-racism book club, supporting BIPOC-owned businesses, connecting with neighbors to support a common need, and voting. What do you do in your day-to-day life to contribute to a safer and more just existence for all? How do you fight burnout and celebrate accomplishments? How do we all keep the dream alive?
    Featuring: 2018 Encore Public Voices Fellow Brenda Atchison, 2020 Gen2Gen Innovation Fellow Sherreta Harrison
    January 26, 2021
  • The Role of Art in Promoting Activism
    Art has played a dominant role in the fight for racial justice for centuries. Enslaved Black people used songs to spread messages and express their sorrow, fear, and hope. Books and poems have fueled movements for social justice. In the 20th century, Jacob Lawrence painted the Migration Series to tell the story of one million African Americans and their mass movement from the rural south to the urban north. The National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Alabama is an immense and intensely visual installation dedicated to the thousands of African Americans who were lynched by white Americans. Art and storytelling can take many forms–spoken word, performance, music, film, poetry, architecture, and visual.
    Featuring: Dr. Kitty Oliver, Felicia Liang, and Isabella Sisneros
    March 10, 2021
  • The intersection of climate change, the environment, and race
    The climate crisis affects everyone but that doesn’t mean that it impacts everyone equally. BIPOC communities are disproportionately impacted by unchecked poison and pollution — from power plants, factories, incinerators, and more. From the poisoned tap water in Flint, Michigan to the inadequate response to Hurricane Maria, to the disproportionate impact of Covid on BIPOC communities — the twin threats of climate change and environmental racism make each other all the worse. With powerful governments and corporations fighting to maintain the status quo, environmental activism has become, for many, an issue that pits generations against each other. How can we tell a new story about climate, the environment, and race—one in which older and younger fight for solutions together. Our activist storytellers will share how they raise awareness and fight for climate justice. We’ll then break out into small groups for a chance to discuss the link between systemic racism and climate change and the action steps you can take as an advocate and in your own life.
    Featuring: Nicole Horseherder, Executive Director of Tó Nizhóní Ání and Jade Lozada, writer and climate organizer in New York City
    June 16, 2021
  • Joining Hands for Juneteenth
    The final event in our series, An Intergenerational Dialogue on Racial Justice, focuses on the importance and significance of June 19, 1865, the date when enslaved African Americans in Galveston, Texas, were told — two months after the Civil War ended — that they were free. Juneteenth began as a celebration of freedom in Galveston, when formerly enslaved Texans started a tradition of community events. Juneteenth then became a time when Black Americans in communities across the country came together to celebrate and embrace their ancestors, reflect upon the past and move forward in unity. Today Juneteenth is a time when people of all backgrounds come together to reflect on the meaning of our shared history and the truth about our nation. There is no single way to acknowledge and recognize Juneteenth, but through celebrating this day (now recognized as a holiday in several states and many workplaces), we bring into focus the work that we have done together and the work that we have yet to do in our fight for racial justice.Join and My Life, My Stories as we hear from three storytellers who will offer different generational and regional perspectives on the meaning and observance of Juneteenth. By exploring the personal stories of Amber, Karimah, and Adell as well as a moving performance by Katherine, we hope to inspire you to pause for celebration while continuing the fight to overcome systemic racism in America.
    Featuring: Amber Reese, Karimah Nonyameko, Adell Brown, and Katherine Thomas
    June 16, 2021


Older & Younger in Action: Collaboration for Racial Justice
Hosted by: Skoll World Forum
As protesters filled the streets in 2020 fighting for racial justice, many observers referred to the multigenerational and multiracial dimensions of the crowds. Why is it essential for older and younger people to fight side-by-side? What can the generations learn from each other? What role does individual and collective memory play in shaping a more just future? And how can we overcome generational tensions within communities as well as generational tensions across racial ethnic identities?
Featuring: Senior Fellow Isabel González Whitaker, Gen2Gen Innovation Fellow Brittany Paschall and Encore Public Voices Alum Ray Jetson
April 13, 2021

Intergenerational Collaboration: A Key to Third Third Flourishing and Transformed Communities
Hosted by: Fuller Seminary’s Max De Pree Center for Leadership
As people in the third third of life invest in young people, transformation happens for those who receive and those who invest. Moreover, communities are being renewed as folks from different generations share in life, learning, and work together. This webinar features three people who are doing innovative work bringing generations together. As you learn about their intergenerational efforts, you’ll be inspired to think in new ways about the difference you can make in the lives of others . . . and in your own life as well.
Featuring: Vice President, Innovation Eunice Lin Nichols, Gen2Gen Innovation Fellow Sherreta Harrison and Encore Public Voices Alum Ray Jetson
March 15, 2021

Gen2Gen Jazz: Creative Collaboration Across the Generations
Hosted by:
This concert and conversation features jazz pianist Justin Kauflin and CEO Marc Freedman, in memory of jazz legend and mentor extraordinaire Clark Terry, who would have been 100 this year.
Featuring: President, Founder and CEO Marc Freedman and Vice President, Innovation Eunice Lin Nichols
February 19, 2021

Connecting Across Generations: Engaging Young People in the Encore Movement
Hosted by: The Encore Network in collaboration with
Hear from a multigenerational, multicultural panel of leaders and social innovators who share how intergenerational collaboration can deepen your impact in the community, as well as tips for integrating younger generations into your encore work. Participants had a chance to connect in breakout groups to share their own experiences and brainstorm specific actions they can take to connect across generations in their personal and professional lives.
Featuring: Vice President, Innovation Eunice Lin Nichols and Encore Public Voices Fellow Dr. Kitty Oliver
February 17, 2021

Civic Saturday
Hosted by:, with outreach partners Global Citizen Year, Living Room Conversations, Make America Dinner Again (MADA), and The OpEd Project
You’ve likely heard of five universal love languages — acts of service, quality time, gifts, words of affirmation, and physical touch. Now imagine how much stronger our communities could be if we added a sixth one — civic love. Watch this virtual Civic Saturday gathering to learn more. You’ll hear poetry, music, civic scripture and a civic sermon titled “We Need a New, Civic Love Language”. End 2020 with hope, inspiration and community.
Featuring: Communications Strategist, Programs Aanchal Dhar and Communications Associate, Digital Engagement Duncan Magidson
December 5, 2020

THE ANTIDOTE: A Post-Screening Discussion
Hosted by:
Catch this conversation with the filmmakers behind THE ANTIDOTE — six-time Emmy Award-winning director John Hoffman and Academy Award-nominee Kahane Cooperman. They’re joined by producer Ruth Wooden and two leaders whose intergenerational work was featured in the film — DeAmon Harge from The Learning Tree and 2019 Encore Public Voices Fellow Derenda Schubert from Bridge Meadows. The conversation is moderated by our Vice President, Innovation Eunice Lin Nichols.
Featuring: Vice President, Innovation Eunice Lin Nichols and 2019 Encore Public Voices Fellow Derenda Schubert
November 20, 2020

Up Your Game in Thought Leadership
Hosted by:
Looking to up your game in thought leadership? We know how hard it can be to rise above the current noise! That’s why offered a free, one-hour webinar for current and aspiring thought leaders working at the intersection of aging, longevity, intergenerational connection and social justice. Whether you’re just establishing your voice or looking for new ways to reach more people, there are lots of ways to broaden your impact and influence the national conversation. This webinar will get you started.
Featuring: Vice President, Narrative Change Marci Alboher, Storytelling & Media Specialist Sarah McKinney Gibson, Communications Associate, Digital Engagement Duncan Magidson, Vice President, Innovation Eunice Lin Nichols, Communications Strategist, Programs Aanchal Dhar, 2018 Encore Public Voices Fellow Brenda Atchison, 2018 Encore Public Voices Fellow Mick Smyer, 2019 Encore Public Voices Fellow Colby Takeda and 2020 Encore Public Voices Fellow Kasley Killam
October 16, 2020

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