Kerry’s Speaking Schedule

Kerry Hannon is a sought-after national keynote speaker and moderator who speaks on a variety of personal finance, retirement and career topics. These include: What’s Next Encore Careers, How to Get a Great Job When You’re 50+, Saving, Spending and Living in Retirement, Women and Financial Security, How to Fall in Love With Your Job and more. For information about booking Kerry and her speaking fees, please contact her directly at Kerry@KerryHannon.com.

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Kerry’s presentation topics include:

  • How to Find a Great Job After 50
  • How to Launch an Encore Career After 50
  • How to Discover Your Passion
  • The Joy of Reinvention: Discovering New Passion, Profits and Purpose in Your 40s and Beyond
  • How to Fall in Love with Your Job (again)
  • How to Find Work with Meaning and a Paycheck
  • How to Start Your Own Business After 50
  • The Future of Work and Retirement
  • How the World of Work is Changing and How to Make it Work for You
  • How to Fight Back Against Ageism in The Workplace
  • How to Build Career Flexibility
  • The Aging Workforce and Why It’s A Win for Both Workers and Businesses
  • How to Transition from the Military to Civilian Jobs
  • How Multiple Generations in the Workforce Work Together
  • How Investment Advisors Can Help Clients Plan for Their Bonus Years

Women and Money

  • Taking Control. Women and Financial Literacy
  • Suddenly Single: Money Skills for Divorcees and Widows
  • Women in the Workplace. How to negotiate for pay, promotions and more.

Specialties: personal finance, retirement, career transition, women and financial security

Home base: Washington, DC

Web site: Kerryhannon.com

Twitter: @KerryHannon
LinkedIn: Linkedin.com/in/kerryhannon

 

Kerry Hannon is a sought-after national keynote speaker and moderator who speaks on a variety of personal finance, retirement and career strategies. She is a frequent TV and radio commentator. Kerry focuses on developing strategies to empowering yourself to do more with your career and personal finances – now and for the future.

Kerry is currently a columnist and regular contributor to The New York Times, AARP’s Workplace and Jobs Expert and Great Jobs columnist. She is a contributing editor and Second Verse columnist at Forbes, and the PBS website NextAvenue.org expert and columnist on personal finance, wealth management and careers for boomer women.

In 2006, she developed U.S. News & World Report’s “Second Acts” feature, a regular column that looked at people who successfully navigated a complete career change in midlife, their challenges, and their motivations.

Kerry is the award-winning author of 12 books, including Getting the Job You Want After 50 (Wiley, 2015; #1 on Amazon for Mid-Life Career Management and Job-Hunting); the award-winning Love Your Job: The New Rules for Career Happiness (Wiley, 2015); the GOLD Living Now Book Award for Personal Growth/Motivation winner, What’s Next? Finding Your Passion and Your Dream Job in Your Forties, Fifties and Beyond (Berkley Trade, 2014), and the national bestseller Great Jobs for Everyone 50+: Finding Work That Keeps You Happy and Healthy . . . And Pays the Bills (Wiley, 2012).

Other books include Suddenly Single: Money Skills for Divorcees and Widows.

Kerry’s Money Confidence: Really Smart Financial Moves for Newly Single Women, will be published on October 31, 2017 by Post Hill Press, distributed by Simon and Schuster and available worldwide and her updated and revised: Great Jobs for Everyone 50+: Finding Work That Keeps You Happy and Healthy … And Pays the Bills  (Wiley) will be available in the fall of 2017.

Kerry has been a fellow of the Columbia Journalism School and the Robert N. Butler Columbia Aging Center’s Age Boom Academy. She is a former Metlife Foundation and New America Media fellow on aging.

She has testified before the Senate about the importance of older workers and strategized about solutions.

Her work also focuses on advising women on how to take charge of their own financial planning. Her work explores what women need to do, at all stages of their lives, to prepare themselves for a financially secure future.

Kerry graduated from Shady Side Academy in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where she serves on the Board of Visitors. She received a bachelor’s degree from Duke University, where she is currently a member of an editorial board. Kerry lives in Washington, D.C., with her husband, documentary producer and editor Cliff Hackel, and her Labrador Retriever, Zena.

 

Clients have included:

Alliance for Investor Education

AARP

Duke University

Encore.org

MBA Career Services for Working Professionals (MBA CSWP) Alliance

Mary Furlong & Associates

Omega Wealth Management

The Financial Planning Association

Investor Protection Trust

Montana Commission Securities and Insurance

The Texas Conference for Women

The Pennsylvania Conference for Women

New York State Association of Independent Schools

FortyPlus of Greater Washington

American Society on Aging

Oklahoma Conference on Aging

National Book Festival

Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging

The Iowa Insurance Division

The Transition Network

The Stanford Longevity Center

TIAA

The University of Pennsylvania

The University of California

 

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What people say about Kerry

“The greatest feeling in life is knowing who you are, doing what you love, and living the life you enjoy. Kerry Hannon leads you to that place.”

Richard Leider, International Best-Selling Author of The Power of Purpose

 

“As people are living longer, there’s ever more desire to get the most out of the hours we spend at work. Kerry Hannon can help you cure the career blahs, tackle serious burnout, and get your spark back.”

 

–Daniel Pink, Author of Drive and A Whole New Mind.

 

“ As a noted authority on work and careers, Kerry knows exactly what the rest of us need to do to become more fulfilled at our jobs. Take her advice and I’m confident you’ll get more out of work and more out of life.”

–Richard Eisenberg, Managing Editor of PBS Next Avenue.org.

“Millions of older Americans will have to work longer to achieve a

secure retirement, but burnout can be a big obstacle. Now we’ve got

a thoughtful, action plan for staying engaged and passionate

about work from one of the best experts on careers after age

50—Kerry Hannon.”

Mark Miller, retirement columnist for Reuters, Morningstar,

and WealthManagement.com

 

“Work should offer more than a paycheck. Work is also a big part of

the daily search for meaning, the desire for a sense of fulfillment,

the pursuit of community and connections. Kerry Hannon has

the wisdom she’s gathered over the years interviewing, thinking, and writing about

jobs and careers—insights she brilliantly translates into practical

strategies for us to consider.”

 

—Chris Farrell, author of Unretirement: How Baby Boomers Are

Changing the Way We Think About Work, Community,

and the Good Life

 

“Kerry Hannon demonstrates that loving your job is not a mysterious

process, and it does not depend on the power or whims of

others. She succinctly explains the specific set of behaviors, actions,

thoughts, and beliefs that lead to meaningful job satisfaction now

and in the future.”

 

—Bruce Rosenstein, Managing Editor, Leader to Leader, and

author of Create Your Future the Peter Drucker Way

 

Kerry Hannon’s  2017 Speaking Schedule

The Dr. Phil Show aired on January 19 in Hollywood, CA. Topic: Older Workers/Younger Bosses Watch the video

 

The Second Half Institute @ The University of California’s Palm Desert March 4Topic: The Joy of Reinvention: Discovering New Passion, Profits and Purpose in Your 40s and Beyond

Age Without Borders Virtual Summit. Kerry is a featured expert at the Age Without Borders Virtual Summit,

Her topic: “How to Launch a Successful Encore Career After 50″

What You Will Learn in This Session:

  • Learn the Three Part Fitness Plan: Financial, Physical and Spiritual
  • Find your Passion- soul searching, no rash moves!
  • Network, network, network! Redeploy and not reinvent, add new skills, try volunteering before committing.

This is an amazing global gathering of more than 50 speakers from the USA, Europe, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, Tasmania, Russia, South Africa, Iceland and the tiny islands of Malta, Tasmania and Mauritius sharing insights on health, travel, finance, aging in place, purposeful aging, lifelong learning and technology.

The Summit has brought together 55 of the world’s most influential experts in the aging revolution to show you how to stay mentally and physically healthy, join the encore entrepreneur boom, re-think your paradigms about aging and get tech savvy.

Speakers include world Leaders from the United Nations, UNESCO, U3A, Encore.org, NCOA, Milken Institute, Institute for the Future, Conscious Elders and Kerry.

2017 Aging in America Conference, Chicago, Ill.  March 23, 2017 ;90-minute Workshop Topic: When I’m 65: Educating and Engaging Communities About Retirement Realities.

What’s Next Boomer Business Summit, Chicago, Ill. March 23, 2017: Moderator, Panel. Topic: ANALYST AND ENTREPRENEUR RESEARCH – TRENDS DRIVING THE LONGEVITY MARKETPLACE IN HEALTH AND WEALTH.

As the nation’s leading event for companies, experts, and thought leaders in the aging market to network and learn from Fortune 100 companies, leading startups, and established nonprofit organizations who are successfully targeting the largest and most lucrative consumer demographic in the world. This summit brings together the country’s top businesses and organizations focused on the longevity market while also examining the perspectives of the millennials and their role in shaping boomer priorities.

The 2017 summit will focus on the theme of “The New Economy: Seizing the Longevity Opportunity” and included these tracks:
Marketing and Sales
Issues in Longevity, like House, End of Life, and more
Gerontechnology
Entrepreneurship

TIAA Expert Webcast: March, 2017 Living Your Passions in Your Bonus Years. Featuring W2W Expert Kerry Hannon and TIAA Wealth Management Director, Melanie Simons discuss living your passions in your bonus years.

  • Picture and plan for the possibilities to make the most of your bonus years.
  • Embrace the future and look forward to what you’re going to do during this time.
  • Learn what you can do now to pinpoint your passions and build a financial plan to support them.

 

FortyPlus of Greater Washington Annual Dinner, March 29, 2017. Topic: Three steps to a successful job search. Keynote address for the non-profit, self-help, volunteer organization offering a proven system of hands-on training, peer support, networking, volunteering, and talks by experts on topics of interest to professionals in career transition.

MBA Career Services for Working Professionals (MBA CSWP) Alliance, on April 25, hosted by Notre Dame University, South Bend, Ind. Topic: “Getting the Job You Want After 50”

The Aspen Institute’s Private Roundtable Participant: Double Bottom Line: The Business Benefits of Employee Financial Well-Being, May 16, 2017, The National Press Club. Washington, DC

Age Boom Academy, moderator and speaker, co-sponsored by Columbia University’s Robert N. Butler Columbia Aging Center and the School of Journalism. June 8-10, Topic: “Exploring Inequities in Health, Work and Retirement.”

Village of Friendship Heights, Keynote speaker, Financial Longevity: Holistic Approach, July 17, 2017

Next’s second annual Boomer Summit, Keynote speaker, October 14, 2017, Birmingham, Michigan

AARP Massachusetts Job Seeker 50+ Event, Keynote speaker, October 24, 2017, Wooster, Mass.

Kerry Hannon’s  2016 Speaking Schedule

 image001Omega Wealth Management

Date: November 4, 2016 

Please join us for our Fall Advisor Forum where we’ll explore “Purposeful Aging”
  Our featured speaker is Kerry Hannon, a nationally recognized expert in transition, encore careers & retirement.  Her bio is attached to give you a sense of her expertise.  As more of our clients find that traditional retirement isn’t really for them, we all need to be able to provide support and resources to help clients choose a different path.

Place:  Tower Club, 8000 Towers Crescent Drive, #1700, Vienna, VA  22182

Time:  11:30am, program begins at 11:45am  Lunch will be served.

National Investor Town Hall Meeting

Topic: The Basics of Investing for a Long and Happy Retirement

Date: Saturday, October 29, 2016

Where: Rancho Bernardo Inn 17550 Bernardo Oaks Dr San Diego, CA

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Kerry speaking at Library of Congress National Book Festival 2016 Photo by Cliff Hackel

Sponsored by the Alliance for Investor Education, Washington, DC & PIABA Foundation, Norman, OK

Alliance for Investor Education: Founded in 1996, the Alliance for Investor Education provides investors with access to a full range of information they need to make wise investment decisions. The 15-member Alliance for Investor Education is dedicated to facilitating greater understanding of investing, investments and the financial markets among current and prospective investors of all ages. We pursue initiatives for education and join with others to motivate Americans to obtain objective information and increase their knowledge and understanding of investing. Full members of the Alliance include: American Association of Individual Investors, CFA Institute, Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc., Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Investment Company Institute Education Foundation, Investor Protection Trust, National Endowment for Financial Education, National Futures Association, PIABA Foundation, and Securities Investor Protection Corporation. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, and the North American Securities Administrators Association are the governmental and quasi-governmental advisors to the Alliance.

PIABA Foundation: The mission of The PIABA Foundation is to promote investor education by providing the public with information about abuses in the financial services industry and the securities dispute resolution process.

2016 National Book Festival

Date: September 24, in the Convention Center in DC.

Time: 12:45 pm in the AARP booth. Also signing Getting the Job You Want After 50 For Dummies

 “Don’t let the “Dummies” brand deter you from giving this book to someone. It’s full of smart advice.”-Michelle Singletary, nationally syndicated columnist, The Washington Post.

 

Author Kerry Hannon Photo by Cliff Hackel

Author Kerry Hannon
Photo by Cliff Hackel

Author Kerry Hannon Photo by Cliff Hackel

Author Kerry Hannon
Photo by Cliff Hackel

 

 

 

 

 

 

Howard County Library System: Understanding Your Digital Footprint

Date: Monday, June 13, 2016

Time: 7:00 PM Branch: Miller Branch Library, 9421 Frederick Rd Ellicott City, MD 21042

Description: We all have them – do you know what your digital footprint looks like and how it got that way? What do those search results say about you to a potential employer? Award-winning author and career expert Kerry Hannon discusses how your social media presence can both help and hinder your job search, and how to craft an online brand that represents the best you, no matter what stage you are at in your career.

2016 Age Boom Academy: The Future of Work and Retirement.  Moderator. The Academy will take place June 9 –11, 2016 at the Columbia Journalism School, NY, NY.

The Purposeful Aging Summit – an extraordinary, first of its kind gathering on May 4 and 5, 2016, in Los Angeles. With the valued support of the John Templeton Foundation, the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging will host The Purposeful Aging Summit – an extraordinary, first of its kind gathering on May 4 and 5, 2016, in Los Angeles. The Summit will include 30 to 40 recognized leaders in health, education, philanthropy, policy, and media who share a focused interest in changing public narrative about the potential of older adults and the benefits of purposeful aging for individuals and the broader society. With a rapidly aging population across America and the world, the Summit could not be more timely, and its objectives more urgent.

 

What’s Next Boomer Business Summit: How the On-Demand Marketplace Serves the Longevity Economy:

March 23, 1016

OMNI SHOREHAM HOTEL 2500 Calvert St NW Washington, DC 20008

TIME: 1:40pm -2:30pm

In less than 3 years, the on-demand economy has exploded. All types of resources are at our fingertips, providing the immediate gratification today’s consumers crave. It is all about the “now” and being transparent in the delivery of the service. Industries as diverse as transportation care for children and elders, food, and dog-walking have been disrupted by this new business model. In theory, we have created an “assisted living” model for people of every generation. How will older consumers embrace these services to age vitally in their own communities? Moderator: Kerry Hannon, Expert, Speaker, Author and Columnist (kerry@kerryhannon.com) Panelist 1: Michael Masserman, Director of Government Relations, Lyft (mmasserman@lyft.com) Panelist 2: Bill Johnston, Founder & Principal, Structure3C (bill.johnston@structure3c.com) Panelist 3: Sherwin Sheik, Founder & CEO, CareLinx (ssheik@carelinx.com)

10423289_995338873867626_1929859530792350424_n2016 Encore Connect: A Roadmap to Your What’s Next

Keynote: March 16, 2016

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The Encore Tampa Bay Connect 2016 features nationally recognized Keynote Speaker, Kerry Hannon, who specializes in assisting older adults in discovering and connecting to their next career and/or life transition. Encore Connect seeks to deliver a memorable experience that allows attendees to walk away with solid information to move forward in establishing their encore lives.

 

 

imagesDuke University Women’s Weekend 2016

Keynote: February 19, 2016 in Durham, NC

Host: Duke University

Navigating the Second Act

As women live longer and healthier lives, the desire to work longer and foster better relationships—for the income, the mental engagement, or the chance to give back—has grown. New York Times columnist and job/retirement expert Kerry Hannon will share her insights into some of the tough questions and choices that come with age.

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Encore 2016: San Francisco, February 9, 2016. 

Purposeful Aging: Model for a New Life Course

Longevity is increasing across America and the world, and the culture of aging is changing. Older adults are embracing new possibilities, turning away from traditional retirement, age segregation, decline and mass leisure. As life course is re-imagined, purposeful aging represents an exciting new model of health, engagement, and social contribution. How is the promise of purpose re-defining longer lives? What pathways are emerging or needed to advance this aging revolution? Join leaders from higher education, the faith-based community, media, and social enterprise to explore the potential of purposeful aging to improve communities, societies, and lives across the age spectrum.

 

12508850_1152152784830109_7349286784935745656_nThe Penny Conference: Money Matters for Montana Women

 January 20, 2016 in Missoula, Montana at the University of Montana School of Business Administration

Host: Monica J. Lindeen

Commissioner of Securities & Insurance

Incredible women like our keynote Kerry Hannon, an author and national expert on personal finance. Kerry will share her “Best  Financial Moves for All Stages of Life Guidelines” to teach attendees about smart decisions they can make at each stage of life to retire well.

 

 

Highlights of Kerry’s 2015 Speaking Schedule

 

Kerry will be a featured speaker at speaker at:

downloadThe Texas Conference for Women, Austin, TX on October 15, 2015

Where: The Austin Convention Center

Topic “Reviving a Stalled Career”

11:30am – 12:30pm – “Reviving Your Career” Panel

Reviving Your Career: Actionable Steps to Achieve a Professional Renaissance (POE)

Whether you have stepped off the path you hoped to be on or are returning having temporarily stepped out of the workplace, this session will look at what you can do to avoid or overcome a plateau, revive your trajectory and find ways to follow your passion. Even star performers feel stuck at some point in their careers as promotions don’t come as easy as they used to. No matter where you are, you will learn to identify your personal and professional gaps and walk away with actionable advice from career expert Kerry Hannon, corporate professionals and a team of panelists who have spent their careers focused on this topic. They will share stories of real women who have experienced and overcome barriers, bias and obstacles and who have ultimately revived their careers and achieved a professional renaissance.

Thought Leader: Kerry Hannon, bestselling author; career, retirement and personal finance expert

10:00am – 11:00am – “What’s Next?” Workshop

What’s Next? Strategies for Maximizing the Second Half of Life

As Americans live longer and healthier lives, the desire to work longer and foster better relationships—for the income, the mental engagement, or the chance to give back—has grown. New York Times columnist and job/retirement expert Kerry Hannon will share her insights into some of the tough questions and choices that come with age. Using inspiring real-life profiles, she will offer not only offer practical advice for starting your next act, but will help you explore:

– If you should stay in your current job or if it’s time to pursue something new;

– Are you ready for retirement and what should your financial and day-to-day life plan look like;

– How your next career or move will work with your spending habits and family situation;

– Strategies to create your transition network professionally or personally; and

– How to find a mentor to guide you along your new path;

Whether you’re fantasizing about a new path or ready to pursue it, this session will provide you with the roadmap for long-term success.

Speaker: Kerry Hannon, bestselling author; career, retirement and personal finance expert

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Kerry will be a featured speaker at:

The Pennsylvania Conference for Women Philadelphia, PA on November 19, 2015, P

Where: Pennsylvania Convention Center

Topic:  “Reviving a Stalled Career”

“What’s Next?” Workshop

What’s Next? Strategies for Maximizing the Second Half of Life

As Americans live longer and healthier lives, the desire to work longer and foster better relationships—for the income, the mental engagement, or the chance to give back—has grown. New York Times columnist and job/retirement expert Kerry Hannon will share her insights into some of the tough questions and choices that come with age. Using inspiring real-life profiles, she will offer not only offer practical advice for starting your next act, but will help you explore:

– If you should stay in your current job or if it’s time to pursue something new;

– Are you ready for retirement and what should your financial and day-to-day life plan look like;

– How your next career or move will work with your spending habits and family situation;

– Strategies to create your transition network professionally or personally; and

– How to find a mentor to guide you along your new path;

Whether you’re fantasizing about a new path or ready to pursue it, this session will provide you with the roadmap for long-term success.

Speaker: Kerry Hannon, bestselling author; career, retirement and personal finance expert

 

September 28, 2015

9:30 am

Financial Planning Associations’s Annual Conference – BE Boston 2015
Boston Convention & Exhibition Center
Boston, Massachusetts

September 28, 2015

9:30 am

imagesNEW! Women and Investing Session, Sponsored by Money Magazine – Saving, investing, budgeting, earning and protecting one’s assets are financial management tasks that have no gender. Yet women often face different challenges than men do, and have different priorities and concerns, that can impact how they handle their finances: They typically live longer than men, earn less, are more apt to take time off from careers, and consider themselves more conservative and less knowledgeable when it comes to money—though that’s changing somewhat as wives’ contribution to family income increases. This panel explores the latest research on women and money to help define different strategies women should have to achieve their financial goals.

 

Tele-Town Hall, AARP, Baltimore, MD. A special AARP Maryland teletown hall and live webcast on Thursday, September 24 at 6 pm ET, as the 2BoomerBabes chat with AARP’s job expert, Kerry Hannon, LIVE, from AARP Maryland’s headquarters in Baltimore!  The average person spends over 100,000 hours of their life working–so it’s important to love what you do. So, what if you’re at an impasse in your working life? Learn how to feel more rewarded and fulfilled by your career! It may be easier than you think.

 

Unleash Your Potential to Set up Your Own Business

When: March 4, 2015

Where: AARP, 601 E Street, NW, Washington, DC. B-Building

Millions of Americans over 40 years old want to start small businesses or nonprofits.

Do you have the  entrepreneurial skills and mindset to ignite and build your ideas into a viable business? What do you need to know to start a consulting business or develop a nonprofit that taps into your passion?

Keynote Speakers: Kerry Hannon, author of What’s Next? and Love Your Job and AARP Jobs Expert  Elizabeth Isele, Senior Entrepreneurship Works;

The event was sponsored by The Transition Network (TTN), Senior entrepreneurship Works, 40Plus of Greater Washington, and will be hosted by AARP District of Columbia.

 

ENTREPRENEUR 101 & JOBS FOR 50+

Kerry was a Featured speaker and moderator at the 2015 What’s Next Boomer Business Summit in Chicago on Thursday, March 26th

Topic: The longevity revolution combined with globalization and the rise of technology has caused an uptick in the number of older adult entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs in general. Learn why and how companies are being formed. Discover best practices for these lean start ups. Also learn about the job landscape for older adults and what new services are emerging to help them find placement. No one feels flush and thus many need and want to stay in the game building businesses and discover purpose and meaning in work they love. 

Iowa Money Smart Investor Conference

OPENING SESSION – Keynote by Kerry Hannon, Award-winning author and Washington, DC-based career, retirement and personal finance expert

When: April 18, 2015

Topic: What’s Next? Your Guide to a Working Retirement: Finding Your Passion and Your Dream Job

Where: Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa

The Event was sponsored by The Investors Protection Trust, the Iowa Insurance Division and The Investor Protection Institute

4. Over 5,000 people tuned in to Money Smart Week Iowa TeleTown Hall on April 20, 2015 for retirement financial tips with AARP IowaDon Blandin of Investor Protection Trust Iowa Insurance Division…and KERRY.

The 40th Annual Oklahoma Conference on Aging

When: May 6, 2015

Where: Norman, OK

Luncheon Keynote featuring Kerry Hannon, AARP Jobs Expert & and Best-Selling Author

 Topic: What’s Next? Your Guide to a Working Retirement: Finding Your Passion and Your Dream Job

AARP Virtual Career Fair

When: June 9, 2015 and September 22, 2015

 Kerry Hannon, AARP Jobs Expert, was the featured expert at AARP’s Virtual Career Fair (VCF) on Tuesday, June 9, from 9 am – 1 pm CT, featuring at least 20 Life Reimagined for Work* Pledge organizations.

At least 20 organizations such as AT&T, American Red Cross, BB&T, Blue Buffalo, AlliedBarton, and Optum will connect with experienced workers through their virtual booths.   Job seekers can chat with recruiters, submit their résumés, view job openings, and tap into on-site resources.

This event builds on the success of last year’s VCFs, which attracted nearly 8,000 attendees and 26 best employers pledge signers.

112 The U.S. Senate

When: June 24, 2015

Kerry was was invited by the Senate Special Committee on Aging and its Chairman, Senator Susan M. Collins (R-Maine), and Ranking Member, Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.), to testify at its June 24th hearing, Work in Retirement: Career Reinventions and the New Retirement Workscape,

The topic: the challenges that Americans who work in retirement or plan to work in retirement may face and the value that older workers can add to the workplace.

What’s Next for Educators Nearing Retirement?

When: June 29, 2015

Where: Horace Mann School.

Sponsored by: New York State Association of Independent Schools

Keynote by Kerry Hannon

Topic: What does retirement today look like? What might it look like in 10 years? Kerry will also facilitate a day-long workshop 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

 

Love Your Job Book Cover(1)Howard County Public Library

Career, retirement, and personal finance expert Kerry Hannon and discusses her new book, Love Your Job: The New Rules of Career Happiness.

Where: EAST COLUMBIA, 50+ CENTER (410.313.7700)

When: Tue Aug 18     7 – 8:30 pm

In partnership with Howard County Department of Citizen Services and Office on Aging.

 

 

 

If you would like Kerry to speak at your event, contact The Linda Konner Literary AgencyLDKONNER@cs.com or Kerry Hannon directly at Kerry@KerryHannon.com

 

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