Changing the Conversation

The GenSpace Leadership Initiative

GenSpace is helping to reevaluate how society views getting older by challenging stereotypes and combating ageism through convenings, partnerships, and events that focus on a new way of looking at and talking about aging.

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The vital importance of intergenerational solutions to today’s multiple challenges worldwide is the topic of a widely-read paper supported by GenSpace and the Annenberg Foundation.
As we celebrate the nation’s 45th observance of Older Americans Month, GenSpace and the Administration for Community Living (ACL) are focused on the ongoing theme for 2021: Communities of Strength.
The Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration recently published their research on why seniors want to volunteer and the incredible advantages to having senior volunteers.
National Healthcare Decisions Day is coming up on April 16, driving awareness about the importance of advance care planning to the public and healthcare providers.
GenSpace is thrilled to announce a partnership with The Representation Project (TRP), founded by the First Partner of California, Jennifer Siebel Newsom.
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Annenberg Foundation Executive Director Cinny Kennard discusses GenSpace’s mission and how philanthropy can support aging as part of the Milken Institute’s “COVID-19 and the Future of Aging” series.
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Wallis Annenberg shared her unique point of view and introduced the Wallis Annenberg GenSpace in a guest column for the Milken Institute’s “Power of Ideas” series.
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