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Members of AARP's Livable Communities team work with elected officials, policy makers, community leaders, citizen activists and people age-50+ in AARP's advocacy, policy and education efforts related to housing, mobility, transportation, land use and planning. Our policy, advocacy and education experts frequently present at conferences and events nationwide. To reach us please send an email to livable@aarp.org.

Our Speakers

Our most frequent presenters from AARP Education & Outreach (E&O) and the AARP Public Policy Institute (PPI):

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PRO WALK / PRO BIKE / PRO PLACE CONFERENCE

Where: Pittsburgh, PA

When: September 8, 2014 | Event website

AARP Presenters: Amy Levner and Kent Sovern (State Director, AARP Iowa)

Topic: "Preparing for the Age Wave: Mobility and Health in an Age-Friendly City"

UNIVERSAL DESIGN STATE OF THE SCIENCE CONFERENCE

Where: Washington, D.C.
(hosted by the Center for Inclusive Design and Environmental Access)

When: September 19, 2014 | Invitation-only event, no website

AARP Presenter: Jeanne Anthony

Topic: "Increasing Adoption of Universal Design in the Building Industry" (panel discussion)

GRANTMAKERS IN AGING CONFERENCE

Where: San Francisco, CA

When: October 23, 2014, 2:15 - 3:45 p..m. | Event website

AARP Presenter: Jeanne Anthony

Topic: "Sustainable Age-Friendly Communities: What's A Grantmaker's Role?"

NEW PARTNERS FOR SMART GROWTH CONFERENCE

Where: Baltimore, MD

When: January 29 - 31, 2015 | Event website

AARP Presenters: To be announced

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