As a growing population of older adults emerges, a revolution in the culture of aging is underway. Older adults increasingly seek to age in place and at home. They're staying in the workforce longer, and expressing new attitudes about health, housing, transportation and education. They're upending convention, remaining active and contributing members of their communities. Cities are on the frontlines of this revolution. How cities and city leaders deal with the challenges and opportunities presented by this demographic change will affect a massive number of people across the age spectrum - and across the world. What will make cities age-friendly for the future? What innovations lie ahead? Which cities might lead and which might lag? Our panel of thought leaders will challenge Global Conference participants to think differently about the future of cities.
Michael W. Hodin
Executive Director, Global Coalition on Aging; Managing Partner, High Lantern Group
Chairman, Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging; Distinguished Scholar in Residence, University of Southern California Davis School of Gerontology
Executive Director, White House Conference on Aging
Director, Center for Policy Research on Aging, Luskin School of Public Affairs, University of California, Los Angeles