Prevent or reduce social isolation through meaningful connections across ages.
Make intergenerational programming the norm by building capacity, facilitating collaboration and raising awareness of the power of intergenerational connections.
Rachel B. Cohen, MSW, MUP
Rachel is the President of Aging-Dynamics, a values-based consulting firm working with clients addressing healthy communities from various perspectives, including aging, social service, food security, housing, public health, community development, health care, and more. She has a diverse background in community planning and social work, focusing on gerontology and nonprofit management. She has over 25 years’ experience working and consulting with public and private organizations of all sizes and across sectors such as housing, aging, health care, public health, social services, and community development.
Rachel has a Bachelors in City Planning degree from University of Virginia, Masters of Urban Planning and Social Work degrees with specializations in non-profit management and aging from the University of Michigan.