Webinar Overview
Get in touch with the younger generation of professionals in the field of aging services. Learn about the university programs that are working to develop future leaders for the field of aging and the importance of partnering with them to introduce students to the field. Presenters will share their thoughts on how to bridge the gap between aging services providers and students and the role that up-and-coming minority individuals can play in aging services organizations. Stories from young professionals will demonstrate the barriers they’ve faced in our field and their suggestions for ways in which providers of aging services can engage with aspiring aging services professionals to promote diversity among managers and leaders and ensure that all residents will receive meaningful resident engagement.

As a result of this presentation, participants will be able to:
• Understand the current leadership development crisis in aging services and how that has an impact on staffing and resident engagement
• Learn ways to decrease the barriers to entry for new college graduates
• Understand the importance of exposure, internships, fellowships, and mentoring


1 free NAB, NCCAP, NCCDP, and/or NCTRC CEU for those who attend the live event

Industry Expert Speakers
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Christy Kramer
Vice President, Student Engagement & Workforce Relationships, LeadingAge


Douglas-Olson - Christy Kramer


Doug Olson, PhD, MBA
CEO, Vision Centre


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