GenPhilly Network Bi-Monthly Meetings

GenPhilly Network Meetings feature presentations by members. Here is a list of those who have presented to date. If you are an emerging leader and would like to learn more about our meetings and joining the Network, please click here.

  • David Aiken, Project Manager, Diamond & Associates, When a House is No Longer an Option: Affordable Senior Rental Housing in Philadelphia
  • Meaghan Brown, President, Creative Arts and Aging Network (CAAN), Arts throughout the Lifespan
  • Josh Chadwick, University of the Arts Industrial Design Masters candidates, Human-Centered Design and Senior Independence
  • Kimiko Doherty, Manager of Community Development, Office for Community Development, Archdiocese of Philadelphia, How Housing Affects a Seniors’ Independence and Ability to Stay at Home
  • Margaret Ernst, Mayor’s Office of Civic Engagement and Volunteer Service in partnership with the Mayor’s Commission on Aging, SERVE Philadelphia VISTA
  • Rufus Faison, Getting on the Same Page: What are GenPhilly member’s personal concepts of and perspectives on aging and the elderly?
  • John Farrell, Assistant Managing Director for Administration, City of Philadelphia, Public Service Areas and How Seniors Fit in
  • Andy Grossman,University of the Arts Industrial Design Masters candidates, Human-Centered Design and Senior Independence. (Information service, experience, and product design and how we can use these tools to help people of all ages to remain in the community for as long as possible)
  • Raechel Hammer, Vice President, Klein and Stiffel JCCs, The Senior Center Challenge: Looking at the Future of Centers and How You Can Be Part of the Transformation
  • Meg Holscher, Director of Development for the Fairmount Parks Conservancy, Age-friendly Parks
  • Becca Jennings, Public Liaison, First Person Arts & First Person Museum, The Valuable Contributions of Seniors to the First Person Museum
  • Catherine Khayati, Program Manager, Nursing Home Transition Program, Philadelphia Corporation for Aging, The Nursing Home Transition Program and How it Prevents Homelessness
  • Amanda Kimmel, Social Services Manger/Medical Case Management Supervisor, PHMC’s Care Clinic
  • Clint Randall, Philadelphia Planning Commission
  • Candice Thompson, Director of Center Services, William Way LGBT Community Center, How William Way is Helping the Senior LGBT Community in Philadelphia
  • Katy Wich, Headhouse Market Manager, The Food Trust, Access to Healthy and Fresh Foods for Seniors in Philadelphia
  • Catherine Wolfgang, Chief Service Officer , Mayor’s Office of Civic Engagement and Volunteer Service
  • Jeni Wright, Senior Law Center, How the Senior Law Center Protects the Rights of Philadelphia’s Elderly
  • Katie Young, Coordinator of Temple’s Time Out Respite Program, and Vice President of the Delaware Valley Alzheimer’s Association Junior Committee, An Introduction to the Time Out Program and the Junior Committee

Last updated February 29, 2012.

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