Caroline Servat is an associate at the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging. Her work focuses on research, developing collaborative partnerships and analyzing best practices for aging policy at the local and regional levels. Her interests include intersectoral strategies and partnership models for successful aging, the role of technology in civic innovation, and cultural perspectives on aging. Before joining the Institute, Servat worked as a sales distribution specialist for the fine wine and spirits industry. She also is a classically trained actor. As a graduate student, she served as an event coordinator for the Goldhirsh Foundation, implementing programming and activations focused on social innovation. She also conducted research for the dean of the Sol Price School of Public Policy at the University of Southern California. In her work there, Servat specialized in economic policy and governance and community reinvestment. She holds a master's degree in public policy from the Price School and bachelor degrees in politics and theater from Bates College. She works at the Institute's Santa Monica office.