We’re replaying highlights from our recent events in Brooklyn and Washington, DC. In a Live Event join us in a dialogue about the future of work for the rapidly growing 50+ population.

We assembled the most progressive thinkers addressing work in the next phase of life, and the demographic shifts that are shaking up our ideas about our 45+ lives.

In New York Diane Harris, Deputy Editor in Chief at Newsweek, moderated the conversation. She interviews Kerry Hannon discussing her new book “In Control at 50+: How to Succeed in the New World of Work” (McGraw Hill) and Bradley Schurman, the founder of The Super Age discussing the research from his forthcoming book “The Super Age: Decoding Our Demographic Destiny” (HarperCollins).

Next we headed to Washington, DC. Peter Kaldes, President and CEO, American Society on Aging the discussion. As well as Hannon and Schurman, Elizabeth White, author of “55, Underemployed, and Faking Normal (Simon & Schuster) joined the group.


The event is hosted by Next For Me, a media company reporting on a generation reinventing work, and amazing community, a global non-profit expanding the work horizon for women over 45.

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