Explore Wallis Annenberg GenSpace with The New York Times

January 4, 2022
This week, Wallis Annenberg and Wallis Annenberg GenSpace were featured in The New York Times, as part of an introduction to the new Audrey Irmas Pavilion at the Wilshire Boulevard Temple.

In this exclusive article, Wallis outlines her vision for GenSpace, and discusses how she sees the future in Los Angeles and beyond: Older adults. GenSpace is working to truly include older adults across communities, increasing opportunities for social connection and reevaluating how we see aging in society from every angle.

Photo by Rozette Rago for The New York Times.

“Older Americans aren’t the past. They’re the future. We have to open our eyes.”

Wallis Annenberg
Founder, Wallis Annenberg GenSpace

Read the full article, “Boldface Names Give Los Angeles a New Cultural Center,” from The New York Times.

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