Building communities for All Ages in New Jersey: Advancing Local Economies, Quality of Life, and Social Cohesion
New Jersey is a state with many diverse residents of all ages. Baby boomers, GenXers and Millennials all want to live in towns and cities that are clean, safe and secure, prosperous, affordable and with access to healthy food, transportation options and open spaces.
Join experts from AARP, Rutgers University’s Bloustein School and the Rutgers University School of Social Work as they discuss the benefits of building communities for all ages in New Jersey. Panelists will also provide an overview of efforts already underway in New Jersey to build communities that are livable for people of all ages.
Introduction and moderated by Brian C. Whaler, Mayor of Piscataway. Panelists to include Danielle Arigoni, Director of Livable Communities, AARP; Karen Alexander, Managing Director, NJTIP @ Rutgers, Bloustein School; and Dr. Emily Greenfield, Associate Professor, Rutgers School of Social Work.
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