REDEFINING AGE IN NASHVILLE
It was great to see so many Maryland folks in Nashville for the LeadingAge annual meeting!
Nearly 200 people attended the LeadingAge Maryland, DC, Delaware reception and the conversation was lively.
Many thanks to reception sponsors Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, Warfel Construction and Perkins Eastman and to all of LeadingAge Maryland's sponsors!
As always, LeadingAge Maryland members played an important part in the conference:
- The Asbury Group has been a prime mover and sponsor for The Hackfest, now an annual tradition.
- Integrace (formerly EMA) sponsored and promoted the amazing film, I'll Be Me, chronicling Glenn Campbell's final concert tour as he and his family fostered awareness of Alzheimer's Disease.
- The Rev. Hal Garman, a resident at Asbury Methodist Village, received the Hobart Jackson Cultural Diversity Award for his work with the Gaithersburg Beloved Community Initiative.
- Yolanda Johnson attended the Public Policy Congress as LeadingAge Maryland's representative.
- Workshop session presenters included leaders from Maryland nonprofit members: ACTS Retirement - Life Communities Asbury Methodist Village, Asbury Solomons, Broadmead, Diakon, Integrace (formerly EMA), National Lutheran Communities and Services, and The Kendal Corporation.
- Experts from LeadingAge Maryland sponsors and business members included: ARCH Consultants, Baker Tilly Virchow Krause (formerly ParenteBeard), Clifton Larson Allen, HJ Sims, Hord Coplan Macht, Love and Company, RKL, RLPS, Sodexo, Wagman Construction and Ziegler.
Thank you to all of the great people who are redefining age and expanding the possibilities for aging!
Mark your calendars for LeadingAge Maryland's
Be the Voice annual conference April 20-22, 2015
The deadline for submitting session proposals is extended to November 15.
And plan to attend LeadingAge's Be the Voice annual meeting in Boston November 1-4, 2015.