The Future of All Things Senior, a shared leadership symposium presented by National Church Residences, is being held in Atlanta today and tomorrow. In the photo above, Michelle Norris, CSH Board member and President, National Church Residences Development Corp, speaks on the growing supply and demand gap in affordable senior housing.
The symposium offers a unique blend of futuristic discussion and collaborative idea generation developed through shared leadership principles designed to foster ground-breaking discoveries for solving the complex problems facing senior health and wellness, including the need for affordable housing for older Americans.
The event features guest speakers Stephen M.R. Covey, the author of The Speed of Trust and CEO of Coveylink Worldwide, Edward L. Queen, Ph.D., J.D., the Director of Ethics and Servant Leadership Program and Coordinator of Undergraduate Studies Center for Ethics at Emory University, and Joe Coughlin, Ph.D., an expert on Disruptive Demographics and Director of the MIT Agelab.
With this symposium, National Church Residences is bringing together industry leaders from around the nation for a discussion focused on solving the complex problems facing senior health care and housing.
The first day of the symposium was built around a “Focus on the Future” and the second day involves “Leadership Development.”
Learn more by visiting www.thefutureofallthingssenior.com.