Denette Mann is a licensed professional counselor based in Dallas who integrates mindfulness into her counseling practice. This is reflected in the name of her website: LivingBetterWithMindfulness.com. Her belief is that mindfulness can help baby boomers with stage of life issues which Denette will tell us more about.
Elizabeth A. Landsverk, M.D. is a triple board-certified Geriatrician, Internist and Palliative care physician, with extensive experience in addressing complex medical and psychosocial issues in the older individual. Her expertise is addressing complicated medical and psychological conditions, with particular emphasis in dementia and agitation, helping her to improve systems of care for the most challenging patients.
MITCHELL I. KITROSER is the founding managing attorney of Kitroser and Associates, a south Florida law firm focusing on elder law, estate and trust administration and litigation, guardianship and Medicaid planning. He is AV rated by Martindale Hubbell, the highest possible rating for an attorney.
Katlyn Clifton is an Aging Educator and Death Doula in the greater Nashville, TN area. She currently sits as the Executive Director of CT and M, which is an independent retirement campus that strives to add intentional strategy and positivity for a more successful journey of aging.
Carole Hirsch is a board-certified patient advocate and owner of Prepare to Care – Emergency Companions. Carol has her MBA in Emergency Planning and has spent 24 years of advocating for Seniors.
Lisa Marsh Ryerson is president of AARP Foundation, the charitable affiliate of AARP. A bold, disciplined and collaborative leader, she sets the Foundation’s strategic direction and steers its efforts to realize an audacious vision: a country free of poverty, where no older person feels vulnerable. Since she took the helm, AARP Foundation has developed pioneering initiatives, explored new avenues for collaboration, and secured unprecedented funding to support programs that truly change lives.