Welcome Keynote: The Role of Financial Health in the Decade of Healthy Aging
Lorna Sabbia, Head of Retirement & Personal Wealth Solutions, Bank of America
Interviewed by Michael W. Hodin, CEO, Global Coalition on Aging
Prosperity for the 100-year life requires a focus on physical, mental, and financial health. And, the economic health of individuals, communities, healthcare systems, and governments will be driven by the ability to keep people healthy, active, and engaged as they age. How can multi-sector leaders ensure these needs are met, heeding the call of the Decade of Healthy Aging?
Longevity and the Pursuit of Financial Wellness
Facilitated by Kevin Crain, Head of Workplace Solutions Integration, Bank of America
How can individuals finance 100-year lives that are accompanied by increasing health concerns, elder caregiving responsibilities, workplace uncertainty, among other never-before experienced stressors brought by aging on all generations? What are the roles of government, employers, and individuals?
Catherine Collinson, CEO and President, Transamerica Institute
Lorraine Cortés-Vázquez, Commissioner, Department for the Aging, New York City
Terry Fulmer, President, John A. Hartford Foundation
Cindy Hounsell, President, Women’s Institute For A Secure Retirement
Grace Whiting, President and CEO, National Alliance for Caregiving
CEO Address: Aging, Purpose, and the Silver Economy
Jeff Huber, CEO, Home Instead Senior Care
Interviewed by Surya Kolluri, Managing Director, Thought Leadership, Retirement & Personal Wealth Solutions, Bank of America
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed approaches to healthcare, altered our concept of the essential workforce, and called out injustices toward older people. The pandemic has made us all more sympathetic to the needs of others and reminds us that we have been missing the opportunities to prepare for our growing Silver Economy. So, as we move forward to address the challenges of aging, how do we as a society and as individuals do so with a sense of passion and purpose?
Workforce Change and the Future of the Workplace
Facilitated by Jisella Dolan, Chief Global Advocacy Officer, Home Instead
Incredible shifts have occurred in the workplace as a product of longer lives and the aging shift caused by more than old across society. What do traditional jobs look like when there are five generations working together for the first time in human history and when women are face additional career, health, and financial obstacles as a result? And, what new jobs are emerging because of this aging phenomenon?
Mike Boyer, Chief Operating Officer, International Markets, Home Instead Senior Care
Danielle D. Duplin, Cofounder and Global Director, AGENCY, the CIC Global Longevity
Linda Fried, Dean, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University
Judith Salerno, MD, MS, President, New York Academy of Medicine
Jeffrey L. Schwartz, Senior Consulting Partner, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Closing Conversation: Maximizing the Potential of Longer Lives
Facilitated by Michael W. Hodin, CEO, Global Coalition on Aging
In our era of longevity, people want to work longer almost as much as they need to. It provides purpose, fulfillment, and financial stability. But, what is stalling this inevitable paradigm shift? What are the systemic and structural changes required to retire the traditional concept of retirement and ensure health, productivity, prosperity, and happiness for us all in our later years? What roles must institutions of society, including employers, play in ensuring success in the Decade of Healthy Ageing?