Adriane Berg is Host of the weekly podcast, Generation Bold, The Fountain of Truth About Aging, and author of the weekly blog, Aging for Beginners, published by Bottom Line Personal.
Ms. Berg is the Executive Director of The Kitalys Institute for healthy lifespan. The Kitalys Institute produces "Targeting Metabesity2020", anannual conference on the delay and prevention of age-related diseases.
Adriane is a highly sought-after business development consultant and inspirational keynote speaker.
Adriane’s mission is to change our concept of aging and mature life-stage to one of good health, excitement, and accomplishment.
This means access to health care, technology, prosperous living with the opportunity for personal satisfaction and lasting contribution.
She shares her passion and advocacy through multiple media channels and is a highly sought-after business development consultant and inspirational keynote speaker.
Awards and Affliliations
Adriane’s many awards include
- An Emmy for her T.V. work,
- Best Radio Show Mature Market Winner
- Women in Business Salon Award
- Women of Influence New Jersey
- Several National Librarian's Awards
- 5-year Facilitator Acknowledgement for her work with children at Good Grief
- Appointment to the United States Treasury Greater New York Committee for Savings Awareness.
She is a Co-Founder of N.A.E.L.A., The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
She is a member of
- The AARP International Committee
- the United Nations NGO on Aging NYC
- Pass it On Network
- Life Planning Network
Author, Podcaster, and Blogger
Adriane is a New York Times Age Boom Fellow, awarded by the Longevity Center of Columbia University.
Adriane's books include:
- The Retirement Income Explosion; Have More. Spend Less. Live Better (2020)
- How Not to Go Broke at 102: Finding Everlasting Wealth
- The Totally Awesome Money Book for Kids and Their Family
- The Totally Awesome Business Book for Kids and Their Family
- Your Wealthbuilding Years
- How Good Guys Grow Rich
- How to Stop Fighting About Money (And Make Some)
Television and Radio Host
Adriane currently hosts the podcast:
Generation Bold: The Fountain of Truth about Aging.
Adriane's show boasts five years of interviews with gerontologists, entrepreneurs, government officials, celebrities and influencers in aging. The show received the Mature Market Gold Award for Excellence.
Generation Bold is renowned for bringing hard to get information by top experts to the public.
Ms. Berg hosted:
W.A.B.C.'s Money Talks and CNNfn's "I.R.S. Tax Beat" (for which she won an Emmy).
Adriane is a well-known T.V. and radio personality, with multiple appearances on:
Oprah; Good Morning America. Regis and numerous other television shows.
Adriane founded Generation Bold, a strategic alliance, marketing, and branding group that serves the technology, real estate, boomer and universal design, financial, healthcare, travel, food, hospitality, and related sectors.
She is also an industry advisor on the mature traveler and has been a consultant to the tourism departments of China, Zambia, AMAR-Mexico, and Malaysia.
She was named a delegate to the World Tourism Marketing Summit in Nanjing, China 2004, and to the World Peace Through Tourism Conference in Lusaka, Zambia, 2005.
Adriane is a keynoter and workshop speaker. She delivers carefully tailored presentations that make any event memorable.
Her performances use humor, case studies, and audience interaction to get profound and lasting results. Her specialty is lead generation and client appreciation events for the financial advisory industry.
Adriane trains advisors in Building the Longevity Practice (initially designed by Adriane for Merrill Lynch) to serve our growing longevity-related financial needs.
As a spokesperson, Adriane is a veteran of satellite tours and message delivery for companies such as VTech Careline™, American Express/M.B.N.A., Golden Cuisine Senior Meals, Cognifit, and more.
Ms. Berg is an innovator in the field of longevity and law, having helped found the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.
Ms. Berg graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Kappa Delta Pi from Brooklyn College. She was an Editor of the Law Review, N.Y.U. School of Law, where she achieved her J.D. degree.
Will everyone who says it can’t be done...
Please get out of the way of the people doing it.