Podcast Guest: Keith Comito–Lifespan

Generation Bold Radio, August 2--Guest: Keith Comito, Lifespan Keith Comito is a computer programmer and mathematician whose work brings together a variety of disciplines to provoke thought and promote social change. He has created video games, bioinformatics programs, musical applications, and biotechnology projects featured in Forbes and NPR. In...

Podcast Guest: Amy Chalfy, JASA

Generation Bold Radio, July 26--Guest: Amy Chalfy, JASA Amy Chalfy is a 30-year veteran of JASA, currently serving as the agency’s Co-Chief Program Officer. During her tenure at JASA, she has served in several positions including Associate Director of Group Services, Bronx District Director, Director of Mental Health Services,...

Podcast Guest: Dr. Kristina McLinden

Generation Bold Radio, July 19--Guest: Kristina McLinden Dr. McLinden oversees the non-pharmacological Alzheimer’s Disease and related dementias clinical trials portfolio at the National Institute on Aging. Her portfolio is focused on behavioral, diet, and exercise interventions and devices to prevent, delay, and treat AD. Prior to joining NIA at...

Podcast Guest: Chris Cruger, Grief & Death Care

Generation Bold Radio, July 12--Guest: Chris Cruger, Grief & Death Care As Chief Operating Officer / Partner, Chris Cruger provides leadership, management and vision for The Foresight Companies in order to ensure that the proper resources, people and controls are in place to serve our clients. It is Chris’...

Podcast Guest: Rich Checkan, CEO, Asset Strategies International

Generation Bold Radio, July 5, 2020--Guest: Rich Checkan, Asset Strategies International As the President and COO of ASI, Rich has knowledge of every facet of ASI’s operations. He has been an integral part of ASI's maturation from a precious metals and foreign exchange dealer to a full service tangible...

Podcast Guest: Dr. Daniel Belsky–Columbia University

Generation Bold Radio, June 28, 2020--Guest: Dr. Daniel Belsky, Columbia University Dr. Belsky's research sits at the intersection of public health, population & behavioral sciences, and genomics. His studies seek to understand how genes and environments combine to shape health across the life course. The goal of Dan's work...

Dental Tourism: The Good, the Bad and the Molar

Let’s face it. The sad fact is that your teeth will likely wear out before you do. That can mean a substantial financial outlay not covered by Medicare or private insurance. When my husband, Stu, was faced with the cost of extensive dentistry, we actually opted for treatment in...

Food for Skippy: Doggie Bags Boomer Style

My friend leaned over the table as if to impart a great secret. “Do you think the waiter will believe that I am taking the pastrami home for a raccoon?” She spoke in a conspiratorial whisper. And indeed, she was revealing a deep dark secret. After decades of chuckling...

OK Boomer: Have the Age Wars Begun?

In the 20 years during which I have been studying aging, I have run across many warnings from social and political commentators of the so-called coming “Age Wars.” This usually comes in the form of apocalyptic predictions of a conflict between a growing older population enjoying robust government entitlements and an...

What’s On Your Second Bucket List?

I am sitting in the Silvio Pettirossi International Airport in Asuncion, Paraguay, having a transformational moment. After having visited 90 countries, all 50 states and almost all of the major US national parks, many of these more than once (London 22 times!), I am tearing up my Bucket List....