Mike Ghouse is an Indian-American public speaker, author and interfaith activist who regularly writes on pluralism, human rights and religious freedom. He is the founder and president of the Center for Pluralism, and Director of the World Muslim Congress.
Jewish Council for the Aging of Greater Washington provides a wide range of services for seniors and their family members, as well as intergenerational programs that build bridges between young students and older adults.
The Clare & Jerry Rotenberg Institute on Aging is a knowledge hub promoting all aspects of positive aging — physical, social, emotional and spiritual — from a Jewish perspective in the greater Rochester, New York, area.
Kristine J. Ajrouch is professor of sociology at Eastern Michigan University. She is also adjunct research professor at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan. Her research has focused on Arab Americans in the U.S., beginning with ethnic identity formation among adolescent children of immigrants, followed by a focus on aging from […]
Usha Menon is professor of anthropology at Drexel University. Menon has written extensively on different aspects of Hindu society and civilization, in particular on goddess worship, family dynamics, gender relations, Hindu morality, Hindu women and liberal feminism and Hindu-Muslim religious violence. She also curated and published the collection “Old Age and Hinduism” for Oxford Bibliographies.
Christine Lawton is a Christian educator who has served as youth and family minister in various churches, teacher in Christian schools and trainer in retirement communities. She is co-author of Intergenerational Christian Formation, which focuses on intergenerational Christian education.
Jane Kuepfer is the Schlegel Specialist in Spirituality and Aging at the Schlegel-University of Waterloo Research Institute for Aging.
Zachary Zimmer holds the Canada Research Chair in Aging and Community at Mount St. Vincent University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. His research very broadly focuses on global issues related to the well-being of older people, studied from a demographic perspective.
Holly Nelson-Becker is a professor in Loyola University Chicago’s School of Social Work. Her research focuses on aging, loss, grief, palliative and end-of-life care, as well as wisdom and virtue in varying traditions.