What could we achieve if our old and young generations unite together in their pursuit of social good? Author Marc Freedman delves into this intriguing issue, highlighting the untapped opportunity to harness the experience of our older generations. While American youth seemingly enjoy defying their parents, Freedman offers a profound contrasting perspective, emphasizing the power of cooperation and connection.
As CEO of Encore.org, Freedman is dedicated to developing social work opportunities for those over 50. Freedman emphasizes mentorship and purpose, with the goal of creating a better world for future generations. People of all ages should listen to what Freedman has to say.
In association with the Grownups Member-Led Forum
Freedman will also be speaking in Marin on 1/30
* This Podcast Contains Explicit Language *
President and CEO, Encore.org; Author, How to Live Forever: The Enduring Power of Connecting the Generations; Twitter @marc_freedman
In Conversation with Courtney E. Martin
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