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By Adriane Berg
Host Adriane Berg and her battalion of experts come to the rescue to bring you the “Fountain of Truth” about Boomer lifestyle and fulfillment.
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Generation Bold Radio, September 15, 2019--Guest: Dr. Michael Lustgarten, Ultimate Nutrition for Ultimate Longevity

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This week we discuss the connection between COVID, CANCER, and ALZHEIMER’S. Meet Gerald Commissiong, CEO, of Todos Medical
Meet Gerald Commissiong, CEO, of Todos Medical, a diagnostic and therapeutic development company working in prescription and over-the-counter drugs to strengthen the immune system. Discover: · The surprising connection between cancer and Covid · How Covid can trigger Alzheimer’s · The treatment of long COVID · Diagnostic advances in Cancer and Alzheimer’s · Why Alzheimer’s occurs in the brain and how that can be connected to the immune system Gerald answers the question of why we should seek an early diagnosis of a disease, like Alzheimer’s that yet has no cure. Gerald Commissiong serves as Chief Executive Officer and a member of the Board of Directors of Todos Medical. He has over ten years of experience in therapeutic and diagnostic development, including all aspects of product licensing, research collaborations, and go-to-market strategies. He is the former CEO and co-founder of Amarantus Bioscience, a company that developed LymPro, an Alzheimer’s diagnostic currently being advanced by Todos Medical. Mr. Commissiong has raised over $70 million in research capital to forward numerous scientific development programs, including those currently underway at Todos. He is a former professional football player for the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League who received a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Science and Engineering with a focus in Financial Decisions from Stanford University.
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August 02, 2022
Generation Bold, July 26--It is the topic we all wonder about. Where will we live in retirement? This week on Generation Bold: The Fountain of Truth About Aging, I interview Dr. Stephen M. Golant on
I interview Dr. Stephen M. Golant on the new types of mature housing · All-leisure and communities · Volunteer and lifelong learning communities · Technology for aging in place and Why do older people NOT want to live near other older people; yet are not integrating into the younger society as a whole. Stephen M. Golant, Ph.D., is a Professor at the University of Florida (Gainesville). He consults, lectures, and writes on older adults' housing, mobility, long-term care, and technology needs. His most recent book is Aging in the Right Place, published by Health Professions Press. His most recent paper develops a theoretical model to explain the smart technology adoption behaviors of elder consumers ("A theoretical model to explain the smart technology adoption behaviors of elder consumers (Elderadopt)." Journal of Aging Studies, 42, 56-73) He is a Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America and a Fulbright Senior Scholar award recipient. He recently received the Richard M. Kalish Award from the Gerontological Society of America for his insightful and innovative publications on aging and life development in the behavioral and social sciences. He is frequently called on by corporations, universities, state government agencies, and national organizations as a lecturer or an adviser and has appeared on numerous television and radio programs. He has written or edited about 140 papers and books, including Location and Environment of Elderly Population (Wiley, 1979), A Place to Grow Old: The Meaning of Environment in Old Age (Columbia University Press, 1984), Housing America's Elderly: Many Possibilities, Few Choices (Sage Publications, 1992), The Columbia Retirement Handbook. (Columbia University Press, 1994); Encyclopedia of Financial Gerontology (Greenwood Press, 1996); the CASERA Report (Creating Affordable and Supportive Elder Renter Alternatives (Margaret Lynn Duggar & Associates, Inc., 1999), and The Assisted Living Residence: A Vision for the Future (The John Hopkins University Press, 2008). Dr. Golant serves on the editorial boards of The Gerontologist, Journal of Aging Studies, Journal of Housing for the Elderly, Research on Aging, and Seniors Housing & Care Journal.
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July 26, 2022
Generation Bold, June 28, Companies Must Provide the Goods and Services that Boomers and Mature Want..Stop Looking at us as if we are all patients!
Dr. Susan W. Golden is an expert on innovation and the unique entrepreneurial opportunities that longer lives, and the growing $22 trillion longevity economy present. She stands for a change in the way products and services are provided to us as we age and innovation in new businesses that could change our lives in healthcare, caregiving, leisure, and work. We talk about all this and Susan’s journey of how she retooled to take leadership in this field. Susan is the Director of the dciX Impact Initiative at the Stanford Distinguished Careers Institute (DCI). She teaches at Stanford Graduate School of Business. Also, she serves as a mentor and advisor to the Techstars Future of Longevity Accelerator and a thought leader partner to Pivotal Ventures on their caregiving innovation initiatives. Susan advises startups and companies on their longevity strategies. Her career includes time spent in venture capital, public health, and life sciences, which provides her with a multidimensional, multidisciplinary perspective on longevity opportunities. Dr. Golden is an example of Stage (Not Age) thinking and is living a multistage life. She received a doctorate in science from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, attended Harvard Business School’s program for management development, and was a 2016 Stanford Distinguished Careers Institute fellow.
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June 28, 2022
Generation Bold Radio, July 12, 2022-- In our podcast this week, I interview Ronald J. Surz, author of Baby Boom Investing In The Perilous 2020s
Is the economy haunting your retirement peace of mind? Are inflation and the stock market dampening your retirement dreams…or forcing you to keep working? In our podcast this week, I interview Ronald J. Surz, author of Baby Boom Investing In The Perilous 2020s, co-host of the Baby Boomer Investing Show, President of Target Date Solutions, and CEO of GlidePath Wealth Management. His passion is helping his fellow baby boomers at this critical time in their lives when they are relying on their lifetime savings to support a retirement with dignity. Discover: · The facts about Target Funds…what are they, and how can you access if they are right for you · What to expect in the near-term markets? · How to find the advisor that fits your needs and temperament · Why money is just the basics, there is more to retirement enjoyment and legacy · Is it time to take a loan against your home or a reverse mortgage? · Understanding the retirement risk zone · The power of the annuity to your retirement security SHOW BONUS…I WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU. Send me your thoughts on this or any show at www.adrianeberg.com/contact, and I will send you a free download of my latest book, The Retirement Income Explosion: Save More. Spend Less, Live Better. It will make a massive difference in your retirement future
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June 21, 2022
Generation Bold Radio, June 14, 2022--Join me as I interview Adora Winquist, a retreat specialist, modern World-Renowned Alchemist, aromatherapy expert, and Author of Detox, Nourish, Activate: Plant
Have you been thinking of going on a wellness retreat? How will you choose? They can be expensive; how can you get the most for less? Will the retreat really change your health, stress level and habits once you are home? Make your retreat experience more than a vacation. Make it an adventure. Join me as I interview Adora Winquist,  a retreat specialist, modern World-Renowned Alchemist, aromatherapy expert, and Author of Detox, Nourish, Activate: Plant and Vibrational Medicine for Energy, Mood, and Love. Whether you consider a mediation, spa, spiritual, wellness, adventure, detox, or yoga retreat you can: Ignite Your Inspiration: When we are inspired, we are engaged with life. Retreats help reignite your passion, purpose and inspiration and celebrate the beauty of life in all its forms. You get to immerse yourself in creativity and connections to awaken the joie de vivre, the joy of life, which exists innately within you. Connect in Community: When was the last time you sang, danced, and laughed with others of like mind in community? We long to share the stories of our life journey with others, it is part of our DNA, and it is how we heal and evolve collectively. There is great magic that unfolds when those of like mind and resonance unite and your unique experiences become augmented by another. From meditation to movement to ceremony and co-creating with the elements, you will feel the sense of freedom and communion that comes from a welcoming, compassionate community and the remembrance of being part of the whole. Enjoy the delight of glorious and healthy meals prepared for you so you can experience being deeply cared for and nourished. Immerse in Nature: Surrounding ourselves in nature is one of the greatest healing gifts available. The elements of earth, air, water, and fire have volumes to teach us about ourselves and the beautiful pathways of empowerment that exist within us. You will experience levels of awakening and transformation through the alchemy of nature that will sustainably shift and expand your understanding of your path and purpose in this life. You will take home new skills and applications of this wisdom to apply to your modern-day life to magnetize greater health, intuition, and abundance. Discover Accessible Tools & Techniques: New tools and techniques are imperative for us to live the highest and most vibrant life. Our soul work and spiritual growth requires accessibility and practicality just as it requires an open mind and heart. Experience practical tools and techniques to embody innovative ways of being, manifesting, balancing, and activating vibrant health including high immunity and harmony physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Learn how to curate your internal and external environment to co-create your highest life experience of joy and vitality.  Heal A wellness retreat offers you time to heal. Healing the past allows you to craft a new story for your future. As you clear old patterns of limitations from your belief systems, emotional body, mental constructs, and your cellular consciousness, you will source a deeper connection within. Healing at the core and DNA level elevates your physical vitality, emotional intelligence, and your spiritual understanding of life and your place within it. Claim Your Joy: We are pulled into more directions at once than we can count. It seems that in a moment our joy, lifeforce and energy can be zapped. Only you can say yes to yourself but saying no to all those areas of life that do not serve you. The freedom is within you to give yourself permission to put yourself first. You deserve to embody health and happiness on every level.more to come
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June 13, 2022
Generation Bold Radio, May 31, 2022--It’s not too late to celebrate Older Americans Month. My guest is Jenny Hubbard, of The Catherine Violet Hubbard Foundation
Discover: How pet ownership has been shown to drastically reduce loneliness and related health complications among older adults. How you can help the many older adults who face financial and physical barriers that prevent them from keeping and caring for a pet through the Hubbard Foundation’s Senior Paw Project, which provides critically needed pet food, veterinary care assistance, and foster/respite care to senior pet owners struggling to keep or care for their animals. Thanks to this program, they’ve supported over three hundred pets of older adults, provided 325,000 pet food meals, and helped foster over 20 animals! What you can do to protect your senior pets from harm if you cannot care for them. How you can create a nonprofit association to honor a cause, loved one, or your passionate life goal. More about The Catherine Violet Hubbard Foundation The Foundation was started in 2013 to commemorate and honor the life of Catherine Violet Hubbard, a six-year-old victim of the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy and enduring animal lover. In 2014, the Catherine Violet Hubbard Foundation was awarded over 34 acres of Connecticut state farmland by a unanimous vote from the Connecticut State House of Representatives and Senate, which would become home to the Catherine Violet Hubbard Sanctuary. Since its inception, the organization has raised over $6.5 million in funding, including grants from the ASPCA, private sector partners, and thousands of individuals, to support its breadth of programming, including a pollinator protection initiative providing critical shelter, sustenance, and migration space for essential pollinators of the ecosystem, free community workshops around animal care and environmental protection, aid for seniors to keep and care for their pets and much more.
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June 02, 2022
Generation Bold Radio, May 31, 2022--My guest, Helen Heavirland, is an author, speaker, and encourager with multiple award-winning books. Helen loves to teach grandparents and others to write their si
Do you know you have a book inside you ‘somewhere’ but have trouble getting the words on the page? Are you ready to write your memoirs, family history, inspirational tales, informative books, and children’s books but do not know where to start? My guest, Helen Heavirland, is an author, speaker, and encourager with multiple award-winning books. Helen loves to teach grandparents and others to write their simple (or extraordinary) experiences into stories that intrigue younger generations and inspire them. You, too, can write stories that transform the future. During my interview with Helen, you will discover: · How to write for one person and captivate many · How to write from the heart, not the head · How to inform authentically and not sound pedantic or dry · How to know when your writing is publish-worthy Helen guides you with her foolproof method …GEM…to help you write your: Memoirs or inspirational stories, with her courses for beginning writers: “3 Keys to Writing Stories that Inspire Your Grandkids.” “Write Your Memories” Upcoming Book: Surviving the Sand, June 2022 Helen Heavirland’s family moved from a comfortable home in the beautiful woods of Oregon’s Coastal Mountain Range to the desert in Eastern Washington. Thanks to Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River, irrigation had become available. Helen’s family, along with many other families, broke sod and tried to farm desert. It was like pioneering a hundred years late. Eking out a living was tough at first—the first winter, the family slept outside under blankets of snow. But the family works together, plays together, struggles together, and, ultimately, wins together. Writing Awards: Writer’s Digest—Honorable Mention, Children’s Fiction—King of the Cabbages Cascade Award 2022 Finalist, Unpublished Children’s Picture Book—King of the Cabbages Winner to be announced June 25, 2022 2020 Winner, Published Nonfiction Stories—“A Christmas Tradition to Treasure.” 2019 Winner, Published Articles and Blog Posts—“Forget Not” 2017 Winner, Published Memoir—My God is Bigger 2013 Winner, Unpublished Poetry/Gift Books—Gospel According to Fido
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May 24, 2022
Generation Bold Radio, May 17, 2022--Generation Bold Radio, May 17, 2022--Meet Gramps Jeffery, aka Marc Joseph…a double-threat guest with books on grandparent influence and starting an online retail b
Gramps/Marc is interviewed in this two-part podcast on both his topics of expertise: #1. Do you want to be an influential grandparent? Discover what Gramps has to say about: · Techniques for getting grandchildren interested in books and the importance of reading to your grandchildren. · Handling parents that feel you are interfering with their parenting by making suggestions about your grandchildren. · Navigating a long-distance relationship with your grandchildren. · Understand the help-needed signals of the youngest toddlers. · Why the Max Planck institute says you HAVE MORE INFLUENCE on your grandchild's aging than tv or the internet! And share with your grandchild Gramp's latest book for young children, I Don't Want to Turn 3  Stay on for the second half of our podcast to discover how you can fulfill your dream of retailing your art, products, services, and even other people's stuff on ETSY, eBay, Amazon, etc. Suppose you want to ignite your inner retail entrepreneur or make a extra dollars after retirement. In that case, Marc Joseph/aka Gramps Jeffrey, tells you how you can create lucrative post-retirement income with his seminal business book The Secrets of Retailing, or: How to Beat Wal-Mart!
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May 17, 2022
Generation Bold Radio, May 3, 2022--My guest, Joy Loverde has a reputation for being a path carver and visionary in areas of aging and caregiving.
My guest, Joy Loverde has a reputation for being a path carver and visionary in areas of aging and caregiving. Roslyn Carter reminded us that we will all be caregivers, need a caregiver, or have been a caregiver. If you or a loved one is struggling with the family issue of caregiving you may be wondering, Who Will Take of Me When I’m Old?” · Discover where to live and why it matters so much if you ageing single · How the family can navigate money matters and why lack of communication is not a choice for successful aging · How to avoid family quarrels and resentments · What is the cutting edge of caregiving technology? · Why the new type of active aging can also be confusing and frightening for many · Is retiree lifestyle a thing of the past if we can work even with chronic illness? Joy is the author of the "Who Will Take Care Of Me When I’m Old?" and "The Complete Eldercare Planner." The American Medical Association says, “It’s the best book we’ve seen.” Joy's appearances include the TODAY Show, Good Morning America, CBS Early Show, CNN Headline News, ABC News, Fox News, National Public Radio, and others. During her career, she has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, TIME, Money, New York Times, U.S. News & World Report, Reuters, Reader’s Digest, Family Circle, Psychology Today, Good Housekeeping, among others.
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April 26, 2022
Generation Bold Radio, April 19, 2022--Meet Quinn Teechma, a woman of many parts...A Miss Universe Contender, a boudoir photographer, a bullying survivor, and a feminist!
Meet a woman of many parts...A Miss Universe Contender, a boudoir photographer, a bullying survivor, and a feminist! Quinn Teechma brings us on an unusual and riveting life journey from childhood on a remote island with no running water or electricity to a sophisticated beauty pageant winner and leader in woman's erotic boudoir photography. She is an advocate for SOS a child-supportive non-profit that is globally rising children from poverty. You will be amazed at the breadth of her life experience as you get insight into life off the grid, the new iteration of beauty contests, and the way older women can rethink what is a beautiful sexy body and embrace the feminine goddess within. Quinn is an outspoken advocate for loving your body at any age.
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April 17, 2022
Generation Bold Radio, March April 5, 2022--Generation Bold Radio, April 5, 2022--Hear Founder of the International Counsel on Active Aging, Colin Milner, discuss the current state of how we age.
Hear Founder of the International Counsel on Active Aging, Colin Milner, discuss the current state of how we age.  Colin is a thought leader in active aging and the organizer of one of the leading conferences in the field. Visit www.ICAA.CC for details. Colin opines on: How we must get motivated to change our behaviors to those that prolong our healthy longevity. Studies show what simple steps can add 14 years to your life when you begin to take them at age 50. The 5 COST-FREE essentials of active aging we can start at any age The 6 goals we can reach to live well, now How Ageism, behavioral habits, and the growing realization that our population is already aging impacts professionals and individuals in redefining aging AND MUCH MORE. Do not miss this international powerhouse of aging information. It is a rare opportunity to hear Colin unplugged. His conversation can stimulate my listeners, including professionals in aging, to use Colin’s discussion as a springboard for a conversation on active aging among friends and communities.
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April 06, 2022
Do you wanted to help in Ukraine Crisis but did not know what organizations were legitimate? This week HelpAge gives you access to on-the-ground sources so you can confidently donate. HelpAgeUSA.org
Hear Susanna Flood, Head of Global Communication, and Cindy Cox-Roman, CEO of HelpAge USA. HelpAge is there for both the victims still in Ukraine and the Refugees. Discover what is really happening especially regarding older victims. A HelpAge.org survey revealed that of people over the age of 60, 99% do not want to be evacuated from their homes. The survey also showed that an overwhelming amount, 91% need food assistance, 91% say their electricity is, eight out of ten lack access to sufficient clean drinking water. Three quarters need hygiene items, and one out of three urgently need medication for chronic illnesses. HelpAge is responding to all of that and collaborating with partners, including Moldavia and Poland, to provide emergency food, water kits, medical and hygiene kits. A word from CEO Cox-Roman: “Older people need diapers. They need thermal blankets. They need support in response to trauma. We HelpAge doing all of that. If it is safe,  volunteers deliver different items to people. Older people are housebound, have mobility issues, or fear leaving their homes. HelpAge has eighty refugee centers in Moldova, serving 6,000 to 8,000 more senior people in their families.” HelpAge is They are responding to the needs of older people in tangible ways. "We're learning all the time, what they need, what is important to them. And that is how we are addressing our response in terms of what we call donor confidence. I cannot stress the importance of this more. Right. You have a country and a population in Crisis. And people must give to donate to organizations that do have the right mechanisms in place." CEO HelpAge Please donate at www.HelpAgeUSA.org
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March 31, 2022
Generation Bold Radio, March 22, 2022--This week on Generation Bold Radio, I talk with Dr. Jonathan Clinthorn, Director of Communications for Simply Good Foods, USA, maker of Quest and Atkins products
This week on Generation Bold Radio, I talk with Dr. Jonathan Clinthorn, with a doctorate in human nutrition, this outstanding expert is featured in Men's Health, Forbes, Runner's World. He is Director of Communications for Simply Good Foods, USA, maker of Quest and Atkins products. What is in your pantry and refrigerator right now? Take a look. My mother used to say she had the healthiest closet in America. What she meant was that she had healthy foods LIKE  apples, fresh baked bread, and veggies. And homemade dishes. If you wanted to snack healthy it was a fresh but limited array. Today, that is no longer the case. Today we have hundreds of ready-mades, sometimes processed snack foods, from which to choose. You may have a bar in your purse, a couple in your drawer, and you wonder: How many can I have a day? What is the difference it is making in my nutritional health? Does it have to do with diabetes? Can a snack be effective in weight maintenance, good and bad? It’s challenging is to maintain your good health habits and nutrition in a high-speed world. Prepared snacks and whole meal bars are the nexus between nutrition and time management. DISCOVER · What foods and snacks spike blood sugar · Why the US nutritional guidelines have caused diseases and ill health · How are these guidelines changing? · What are the Good vs. Bad Fats · How does obesity affect the body? · How to make lasting behavioral changes · A terrific little-known resource for free evidence-based nutritional help Statistics are Legion about diabetes. Deaths topped a hundred thousand for a second year in a row. So please listen to this week’s groundbreaking show. The background you should know: It is scary when you look at the obesity and diabetes prevalence, uh. When our dietary guidelines came about back in the late seventies and early eighties, the advice was to eat higher carbohydrate, lower fats. A surge in diabetes coincided with this advice. US dietary guidelines for Americans are under scrutiny recently , because the dietary guidelines are still pushing high carbohydrate diets. Somewhere between 45 and 65% of calories should be coming from carbohydrates, it says. While this might be acceptable for a metabolically healthy population,  most people in the United States are not metabolically healthy. So, we must start to tailor our dietary advice. to be more specific to the needs of our people. You can do this for yourself and your family with the resources available at atkins.com
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March 22, 2022
Generation Bold Radio, March 8, 2022--How to Become a Better Partner, Parent, and Person; Guest Alex Bäcker
This week on Generation Bold: The Fountain of Truth Podcast hear genius inventor Dr Alex Bäcker make us a better lover, parent, leader, son, daughter, friend, or partner? He set out to write a life's-best-practices book for his adult children in case he didn't survive his planned expedition to Africa. Famous publishers and business coaches recommended Bäcker publish the book — not only for his children, but for the rest of the world. And he did. "101 Clues to a Happy Life." In our interview you will discover how to: Get paid to travel the world. Choose a mate and go after love. Pick a career Deal with jealousy and fear. > Use alternatives to the words, "I'm sorry." Get anyone's attention. Prioritize what's most important to you. Alex Bäcker, Ph.D. holds 11 patents and in 2021 was named among the top 100 MIT Alumni in Technology. His seminal papers on COVID and sunlight were picked up by the press around the world. He is co-founder of Drisit, a platform to fly drones anywhere, and QLess, which won multiple awards for eliminating waiting in line for hundreds of millions. He is a scientist, inventor, writer, speaker, and entrepreneur
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March 07, 2022
Generation Bold Radio, March 1, 2022--Not Science Fiction-Focused Ultrasound: A noninvasive process for Treating Cancer, Parkinson's, and hundreds of other illnesses and conditions.
Focused Ultrasound delivers medication and can diagnose illness through a noninvasive procedure that pinpoints and targets 160+ conditions, including cancer and Parkinson's. It may be the future of medicine, and it is not science fiction. Dr. Neal Kassell is the founder of the Focused Ultrasound Foundation. He was Vice President Joe Biden's appointee to the National Cancer Institute and the Cancer Moonshot Blue Ribbon Panel. Dr. Kassell was on the Global Future Neurotechnology and Brain Science Committee of the World Economic Forum. So, this is somebody who knows the truth in medicine. If he is focusing on Focused Ultrasound, there is a good reason. Discover what Focused Ultrasound can mean for you and your loved ones.
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February 28, 2022
Generation Bold Radio, February 20, 2022--Control Your Health Future with a Health Score--Prevent Illness and Protect Your Longevity: Interview with Dr. Jeffrey Dlott, Quest Direct
If you have heard about super expensive body analysis that biohackers use to ‘read’ their bodies for signs of illness that can be prevented decades before it is too late, you will be interested in how a new program Democratizes the process, and puts you in control through an affordable program—diagnosing the possibility of colon cancer, prostate cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and numerous other conditions, and the body conditions you are harboring that can promote illness. Discover a breakthrough in predicting, preventing, delaying, and managing your health to take control of your healthy longevity. Quest Direct, a new service from Quest Diagnostics, enhances and simplifies your road to healthy longevity with affordable, non-invasive tools. The result is your personal Health Score to stay in control of your future as the years roll by. My guest, Dr. Jeffrey Dlott directs the Quest Direct program and gives us hints and tips to keep on top of our individualized Health Scores. Once you have a Health Score baseline, you can make a lasting difference and gain motivation to make your lifestyle a weapon against disease.
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February 21, 2022
Generation Bold Radio, February 13, 2022--Our annual Valentine's Day Show—Lift your heart with intimacy coach, Allana Pratt
How’s your marriage…I mean, really, how is it? Has the loss of a spouse closed your heart to meeting someone new? Does death or divorce make you feel that love is never available again? Does your long marriage (mine is 52 years) need a revitalizing kick? Have you been single for decades, and think that partnership has passed you by? Let me introduce you to Allana Pratt, The Intimacy Expert, www.allanaprat.com, and her new app, HEARTMATE.APP, Author of 6 bestsellers on intimacy, and Leading Couples and Relationship Coach DISCOVER: . Tools for love fulfillment .Why inner discovery leads to lasting relationships .Why dating services keep you solo . How to keep yourself open to new relationships while working through grief .Why you need you before you need anyone else Plus a love-giving exercise help celebrate Valentine's Day.
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February 11, 2022
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February 07, 2022
Generation Bold Radio, February 6, 2022--Get Inside the Psyche of a True Though Leader-Esther Dyson, Founder and Philanthropist at Wellville, 23 AND Me, and (wait for it) a Cosmonaut
Get Inside the Psyche of a True Though Leader-Esther Dyson, Founder and Philanthropist at Wellville, 23 AND Me, and (wait for it) a Cosmonaut This Generation Bold interview is a must-listen for anyone who wants to start thinking like a thought leader…grow their organization, turn ideas into reality. Esther Dyson is a true Renaissance woman, making a change in how we all stay well. Esther is the legendary investor in twenty-three and Me. She can see potential in new ideas and turn ideas into reality. Esther is devoted to Welville, upgrading the health of five selected communities in the US and creating a  chain reaction to other communities. If your region gets healthier may be because of Wellville If you never had a conversation with a true thought leader, Esther reveals how she thinks and acts to create change. You will be inspired. She is a journalist, a philanthropist, an investor, and she is a connoisseur of change. She looks to see what will really work and tries to make it happen. And that is not easy. We will be talking about precision medicine, equity in health care, and longevity, how you get people together to really make a difference, and how you get government officials together to make a change in their community. Truth Nuggets from Esther: Truth: Build an organization that spreads success…An endeavor is a true success when it helps others not just to succeed, but in turn to also help someone else succeed. Truth: Inclusivity pays off in community change. The great purpose is thinking long-term. And it is thinking about the community, including people of different races and the poor. If we went to a new community and helped the upper half of the demographic become dramatically healthier, we would consider that a failure. We are really trying to reduce the disparity. We are trying to make the community feel more like a community. We go walking around in the streets doing that ourselves. We are basically helping the people in the community who are good at doing this. We are helping them get better because the people who succeed are more willing to share and collaborate than the people who are struggling. Truth Takeaway for life: Make new mistakes. It is always make new mistakes. Cause that is how you learn. Do not make the same old mistakes. And learn from your mistakes, so you always make ONLY  new mistakes. The basic idea is not to be afraid to try stuff, but do not try and fail doing the same thing over and over again. So, it is an encouragement to give things a whirl, like, doing Wellville itself. I mean, sure, people have started things, but no one was doing that. AND YES…SHE IS A COSMONAUT "Okay. So, I trained as a cosmonaut in Russia and spent a few weeks in Baikonur Kazakhstan*. I was a backup. I actually went to the space station and stayed there for a while, as opposed to most of the guys going up right now, or basically going up for a few minutes, hanging out. But they are not actually living there. My goal ultimately is to have it be boring and normal to be weightless. And so, if you stay up there for a week, you get over all nausea. It just feels familiar. So, I have not yet experienced that. I've been weightless a bunch of times, and I've been through the training. So interestingly, when I watch a space movie, my first reaction is, oh yes, I was there." *Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan has been the launch site for Soviet and Russian space missions since the beginning of space exploration in 1957. The first satellite and the first human flew into space from there. Today, the site is heavily used for Soyuz astronaut launches to the International Space Station.
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February 04, 2022
Generation Bold Radio, January 30, 2022--Where to Turn If You or a Relative May Need Assisted Living -- Guest-Becky Bongiovanni, Brand President of CarePatrol
Does Mom or Dad seem confused, less cleanly, more unable to participate in family gatherings? Are you realizing that you may need more help in the home, finding it harder to adjust to physical changes, or feeling more isolated? Do Not Turn a Blind Eye to these changes. Discover: · How to spot significant changes in those you love · How to get help in the home · How to judge an assisted living community · How to “road test” a community · How to pay for the best in class without breaking the bank · What relocation services need to know from you to help select your best new life community Becky is co-founded CarePatrol in 2009. Under her leadership, CarePatrol has grown to 150 locations across thirty-three states.
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January 28, 2022
Generation Bold Radio, January 23, 2022--Guest: Joyce Bidwell; Should You Turn Your Insurance Policies into Life Time Cash?
A 50-year professional…Yes, she is 79 years old …tells how to release cash from the death benefit of your insurance policy. Discover: What policies can be “sold” How to keep some death benefit and make a partial sale Why you must NEVER allow your policy to lapse What to ask your insurance or financial advisor before you decide to sell your policy How to access your lifetime needs against your dire to leave legacy for your family And much more
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January 20, 2022
Generation Bold Radio, January 9, 2022--Guest: Governor David Paterson, Black; Blind and In Charge
David Paterson is an American politician who served as the 55th Governor of New York, succeeding Eliot Spitzer and serving out the final three years of Spitzer's term from March 2008 to the end of 2010. He is the first African American to hold that position and the second legally blind US Governor of any state after Bob C. Riley, who was Acting Governor of Arkansas for eleven days in January 1975. Since leaving office, Paterson has been a radio talk show host on station WOR in New York City, and was in 2014 appointed chairman of the New York Democratic Party by his successor as governor, Andrew Cuomo.
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January 07, 2022
Generation Bold Radio, January 2, 2022--Guests: Rae & Jason Miller, The Getaway Couple
Driven To Happiness & Success “Getaway Couple” Rae & Jason Miller Living The American Dream One Mile At A Time After Leaving Their Jobs & Home Five Years Ago To Embark On A Nationwide RV Journey With Their Dog, Carmen Nearly 50 States Later, The Millers Have Become Successful Entrepreneurial Ambassadors For The RV Lifestyle SOMEWHERE IN AMERICA – We’ve all felt it at some point. An overwhelming urge to break free, defy convention, change our lives, alter our surroundings, explore the world and discover our best selves. Not just for a few days but perhaps for a few years or even forever. Unfortunately, however, the vast majority of us pack such urges away like fine china that’s too delicate and impractical to use except on the rarest of occasions. And so, instead of taking an off-ramp toward a bold and adventurous new life, we stay in our comfortable and predictable lanes knowing two words of regret will inevitably creep into our thoughts time and time again – if only…
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December 30, 2021
Generation Bold Radio--Holiday Special from December 20, 2015 Guest: Rich Little, Legendary Impressionist
Born in Canada, Rich Little got his start just like almost every other comic of his time - night clubs. he was a very popular comic in these clubs, but if there was one thing Rich was best known for, it was impersonations. He studied the voices of many stars his whole life, stars like James Stewart, Johnny Carson, Don Rickles, Dean Martin, Truman Capoteand George Burns. In the late 1960s, Rich was dubbed "the best impressionist in the world." During the 1970s, however, a rivalry began between him and fellow impressionist Frank Gorshin, who is five years older. Ultimately, Rich overpowered Gorshin and remained the best impressionist in the world. In 1973 Rich became more associated with Dean Martin and made countless appearances on the "Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts," honoring most of the people he impersonated.
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December 24, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, December 19, 2021--Guest: Dr. Diane Newman, Bladder and Urinary Treatments
Diane K. Newman, DNP, ANP-BC, FAAN, BCB-PMD is Adjunct Professor of Urology in Surgery, and Research Investigator Senior, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. She is Co-Director of the Penn Center for Continence and Pelvic Health, Division of Urology, University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, in Philadelphia. Diane Newman received her DNP at the Thomas Jefferson University. She completed her adult practitioner training and MSN at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Newman has 30+ years’ experience practicing as a urology nurse in long-term care, home care and ambulatory care setting. Since 2000, she has practiced in the Division of Urology at PENN Medicine. Her current practice involves the evaluation, treatment, and management of urinary incontinence and related pelvic disorders including the use of biofeedback for pelvic floor disorders and catheters and other devices in the management of bladder dysfunction. In addition to a clinical practice, Diane conducts research on several urologic conditions. She is involved in federally-funded research currently including: Principal Investigator (PI), University of Pennsylvania site, PENN+PLUS Clinical Center, Prevention of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (PLUS) Research Consortium, 1U01DK106892-06. She is a co-investigator on the NIH Pelvic Floor Disorders Network Clinical Sites (1U10HD069010-01), and on Neurogenic bladder dysfunctions in neurological disorders, P20 DK097819-01 NIDDK/NIH, NIH and a co-investigator on the Perioperative Post-Prostatectomy Incontinence Home Telehealth Program, VA Merit Grant. She has served as a University of Pennsylvania site PI on Translating Unique Learning for Incontinence Prevention: The TULIP Project, (R01NR012011, NINR/NIH) and on Group Learning Achieves Decreased Incidents of Lower Urinary Symptoms (GLADIOLUS) University of Pennsylvania, NIA/NIH.
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December 17, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, December 12, 2021--Guest: Fernando Torres-Gil, UCLA, The Aging Landscape: Emerging Trends and Changing Perspective
Dr. Fernando Torres-Gil  introduces us to the political, intergenerational and diversity trends that will affect the future of aging. The number of Americans ages 65 and older will more than double over the next 40 years, reaching 80 million in 2040. Approximately one in five Americans will be age 65 or older by 2040 as well, up from about one in eight in 2000. As we are living longer, an examination of important public policy issues – from labor to healthcare and housing – require fresh perspectives and reframing. Dr Torres-Gil is one of panel of high level experts presenting at the “first-ever” gathering on age-related topics hosted by UCLA Extension. Dr. Torres-Gil served under Presidents Carter, Clinton and Obama on aging policy. Dr. Torres-Gil is Director of the UCLA Center for Policy Research on Aging. What will be  the impact of a large 65+ group have on the workforce , Social Security, future elections and new legislation, geroscience and Alzheimer’s breakthroughs, caregiving, the global economy, and the results of a now-mostly vaccinated older population on future health care, and many other topics. Regsiter free: “The Aging Landscape: Emerging Trends and Changing Perspectives” begins at 1 p.m. (PT) on December 9, via Zoom.  https://www.uclaextension.edu/osher-olli/taste-osher/course/aging-landscape-emerging-trends-and-changing-perspectives-genint
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December 08, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, December 5, 2021--Guest: Ari Parker, Chapter Medicare
Ari Parker is the Head Medicare Advisor and a co-founder at Chapter. He is a Stanford-trained attorney who leads a team of licensed advisors who help thousands of Americans navigate Medicare. Chapter is a Medicare Advisor with a simple commitment: it’s impossible to find a better Medicare recommendation or better support anywhere else. Chapter’s team and technology search every Medicare option nationwide -- more than 24,000 -- at an unprecedented level of detail. Chapter’s licensed advisors provide personalized, end-to-end guidance to Americans navigating Medicare. Chapter also hosts hundreds of educational events every year and partners with employers, benefits professionals, non-profits, religious institutions, financial advisors, and community leaders.
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December 03, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, November 21, 2021--Guest: Judy Taylor, Wild West Performer
Judy Taylor is an award-winning singer songwriter, musician, entertainer, and Wild West Performer. She has appeared on many stages in many countries and brings the charm of Americana Music and the art of Fancy Trick Roping, Bull Whips and Gun Spinning to the front stage. She is truly “The Real Deal,” walks the talk, rides the horse, and trick ropes the whole distance at the famous Rose Parade. Her music is fun and interactive, her love for entertaining keeps her in the loop and always ready to put on a show. Judy formed The Wild Oats Band which is an all-girl Western Swing, classic rock and honky tonk musical group. The band is still actively performing after 30 years of being together.
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November 19, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, November 14, 2021--Guest: Gay Walley, Venus as She Ages
Gay Walley has been a writer/editor for the past 15 years. Her published novels include: STRINGS ATTACHED with U Press of Mississippi (1999) -Finalist for the Pirates Alley/Faulkner Award and Writer’s Voice Capricorn Award and Paris Book Festival. THE EROTIC FIRE OF THE UNATTAINABLE, published by IML Publications (2007) was reissued by Skyhorse Publishing 2015, Finalist for Paris Book Festival Award. A Film, THE UNATTAINABLE STORY, based on the book and written by Gay was completed in May of 2016 with Harry Hamlin and premiered at Mostra in Sao Paolo in Brazil. . LOST IN MONTREAL, published by Incanto Press, came out in 2014. DUET, published by Incanto Press, came out in 2014. HOW TO WRITE YOUR FIRST NOVEL HOW TO SAVE YOUR ONE PERSON BUSINESS FROM EXTINCTION THE SMART GUIDE TO BUSINESS WRITING Her play LOVE, GENIUS AND A WALK opened in the Midtown Festival in New York 2013, was nominated for 6 awards including best playwright. Also played in 3 pub theatres and Etc Theatre in London in 2018. Gay teaches writing classes and in one-on-one sessions, www.nycwritingcoach.com Gay also edits novels and memoirs and has ghostwritten books that have won awards, for many different types of people.
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November 12, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, November 7, 2021--Guest: Raiford Palmer, I Just Want This Done: Successful Divorce
Longtime Chicago-area family law attorney Raiford Dalton Palmer’s new book on divorce has gotten rave reviews online and shot up to be one of the best-selling books in categories on Amazon such as child custody, divorce and family law. In his first book “I Just Want This Done: How Smart Successful People Get Divorced Without Losing Their Kids, Money and Minds,” which hit shelves in September, Palmer offers those contemplating or going through a divorce sound tips on how to alleviate the emotional toll of a marital dissolution and stay focused on their post-divorce goals. Raiford Dalton Palmer is a long-time Illinois attorney and managing shareholder of Chicago-based STG Divorce Law where he concentrates on family law focusing on complex divorce cases, especially those involving high-income earners. His work includes collaborative divorce, mediation, child custody, and post-divorce matters as well as premarital/post-marital agreements. He has successfully won multiple jury and bench trials and managed numerous successful arbitrations and mediations. Raiford has also argued an appeal before the Illinois Appellate Court. He is a frequent lecturer on Illinois divorce law and law firm management topics and is also a Fellow in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and the Collaborative Law Institute.  To learn more, visit https://www.ijustwantthisdone.com.
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November 05, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, October 31, 2021--Guest: Mary Jo Lamert-Terry, YRefy, Student Debt
A proven successful business tactician with over 20+ years of strategic management experience with a diverse background in higher education, technology, client services, business development, and sales/marketing. Mary Jo has extensive experience in building multiple businesses as a founder, owner and business partner providing strategic direction. Responsible for day-to-day management leveraging market opportunities facilitating corporate expansion, with her last business sold 2007. Mary Jo joined Yrefy, LLC in 2017, as a business partner and Managing Partner. As an Executive/Owner for BMJ Partners, Inc. through the year’s Mary Jo has provided operations, marketing, consulting and sales services to education and finance organizations on a national basis to her Clients. At Vocado, LLC, she was responsible for and headed up the Program Management team and Director of Strategic Alliance and Business Development, responsible for developing, executing and maintaining national strategic alliances based on the corporate strategy while working directly with the Executive, Sales and Operational teams. Her Client Relations team was responsible for understanding and managing thousands of business and technical software requirements along with federal compliance (Department of Education requirements) for the development of an automated federal financial aid software processing student, parent, and veterans administration loan programs.
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October 29, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, October 3, 2021--Guest: Dr. Tabatha Parker, Holistic Medicine
Dr. Tabatha Parker is a naturopathic doctor and the Executive Director of the Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine (AIHM), a global community of holistic and integrative health professionals. Parker has received a variety of awards and honorary degrees, including 2015 Physician of the Year from the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP), and 2011 Visionary of the Year by UTNE Reader.  She was founding co-secretary general of the World Naturopathic Federation, worked with the World Health Organization on the WHO Benchmarks for Training in Naturopathy. Parker led an international service-relief organization for over a decade, and her clinical work in Nicaragua focused on women’s empowerment and cervical cancer screening.  Her work with the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), aided the Nicaraguan Ministry of Health to fully implement the WHO Traditional Medicine Strategy 2014 – 2023. Parker sits on the steering committee of the Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health. As an activist for the integrative health & medicine global health community she advocates for holistic healthcare as a human right and works for parity for healthcare providers and full access for all patients to traditional, complementary, and integrative medicine.
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October 02, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, September 26, 2021--Guest: Dr. Teralyn Sell, Helping Your Grandchildren
Dr. Teralyn Sell, Psychotherapist and brain health expert, provides tips on how parents can help their children transition back into “school-mode” while keeping brain, physical and mental health in mind. “Heading back to school is an exciting and often stressful time for both parents and children.  School provides an environment that is conducive to learning social skills, problem solving, learning new and exciting things as well as for some a fair amount of trepidation and stress,”says Dr. Sell.
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September 23, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, September 19, 2021--Guest: Dr. Aly Cohen, Living Healthy in a Chemical World
Dr. Aly Cohen is a board-certified rheumatologist and integrative medicine specialist, as well as an environmental health expert. She has collaborated with the Environmental Working Group,  Cancer Schmancer, and other disease prevention organizations, and is co-editor of the textbook, “Integrative Environmental Medicine”, part of the Oxford University Press, Weil Integrative Medicine Library. In 2015, she created TheSmartHuman.com to share environmental health and prevention information with the public. She lectures nationally on ‘environmental health’ topics for elementary/high schools, colleges/universities, medical schools, and physician training programs, and she is a regular expert guest for television, print, and podcasts. Dr. Cohen is working to educate and empower the ‘next generation’ to make safer, smarter lifestyle choices through the creation of environmental health and prevention curriculum for schools nationally. Her consumer book, “Non-Toxic: Living Healthy in a Chemical World” , will be released in 2020. Her TED talk, “How to Protect Your Kids from Toxic Chemicals”  can be found on TED.com, and you can follow her health tips and recommendations on Facebook: The Smart Human, Twitter and Instagram: @thesmarthuman, read her blog and posts at TheSmartHuman.com and listen to her new podcast, The Smart Human!
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September 15, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, September 5, 2021--Guest: Dr. Vikki Petersen, Root Cause Medicine
Dr. Vikki Petersen, DC, CCN, CFMP, is a certified nutritionist, certified functional medicine practitioner, chiropractor and founder of the renowned Root Cause Medical Clinics in Saratoga, California and Clearwater, Florida. She is co-author of “The Gluten Effect”, a bestselling book that has been celebrated by leading experts as an epic leap forward in gluten sensitivity diagnosis and treatment. Her second book is entitled “Hiatal Hernia Syndrome”, where she again tackles a health condition affecting millions for which conventional medicine has no answers.
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September 03, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, from November 4, 2019--Guest: Dr. Monique Sternin, Positive Deviance
Monique Sternin is the co-founder of the Positive Deviance Approach & Initiative, and Adjunct Associate Professor, at Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy. Over the past 25 years, Monique has been involved in developing and promoting the Positive Deviance Approach, an asset-based method to solve complex problems requiring behaviour and social change which she pioneered with her husband Jerry Sternin in Viet Nam. She has developed the PD methodology in a variety of international public health issues including childhood malnutrition, maternal &newborn mortality & morbidity, anemia prevention & eradication in adolescent girls, polio eradication, advocacy against female genital cutting, condom negotiation and usage by commercial sex workers. In the US, Monique has been involved in pioneering the use of the PD approach to eradicate and prevent hospital acquired infections (specifically MRSA) in 6 US hospitals in collaboration with the Plexus Institute under a Robert Wood Johnson grant. Besides consulting in the use of the PD approach in new fields, Monique conducts PD orientation sessions at various academic institutions.
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August 27, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, August 22, 2021 (from January 24, 2021)--Guests: Michael Fossel, Geroprotection: Telomerase Treatment
Dr. Fossel is the driving force behind Telocyte™ and has been the leader in proposing the use of telomerase to treat human disease for the past two decades. Born in 1950, Michael Fossel grew up in New York, and lived in London, Palo Alto, San Francisco, Portland, and Denver. He graduated cum laude from Phillips Exeter Academy, received a joint BA and MA in psychology in four years from Wesleyan University in Connecticut, and, after completing a PhD in neurobiology at Stanford University in 1978, went on to finish his MD at Stanford Medical School in two and a half years. He was awarded a National Science Foundation Fellowship and taught at Stanford University, where he began studying aging, emphasizing premature aging syndromes. Dr. Fossel was a Clinical Professor of Medicine at Michigan State University for almost three decades and taught the Biology of Aging at Grand Valley State University. He has personal experience with a number of biotech companies, both as an inside or angel investor (Geron, Sierra Sciences), an advisor (Geron, Sierra Sciences, Phoenix Biomolecular, Betterhumans, Androcyte, PhysioAge, BioViva), and an executive (Cerner, Double Helix). He is the medical advisor for the Dementia Society of America, and has been a member of numerous scientific organizations including the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Aging Association (he was their executive director and served on their board of directors), the American Gerontological Society, the American Society on Aging, the American Geriatrics Society, and the Alzheimer's Association ISTAART, among others. He has lectured at the National Institute for Health and the Smithsonian Institute, and still lectures at universities, institutes, and conferences internationally.
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August 23, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, August 1, 2021--Guest: Sonia Arrison, 100 Plus Capital
Sonia Arrison is a best-selling author, analyst, entrepreneur, and investor. She is founder of 100 Plus Capital, co-founder of Unsugarcoat Media (acquired by Medium), and associate founder and advisor to Singularity University in Mountain View, California. Her research focuses on exponentially growing technologies and their impact on society. Her most recent book, 100 Plus: How the Coming Age of Longevity Will Change Everything, From Careers and Relationships to Family and Faith, addresses the social, economic, and cultural impacts of radical human longevity. It gained national best-seller status and keeps Sonia busy speaking all over the world. Sonia is a Board Member at the Thiel Foundation, Foresight Institute, and Woodland School. She is also a Senior Fellow at the Fraser Institute in Vancouver, British Columbia, and author of two previous books (Western Visions and Digital Dialog). She was previously a Director and Senior Fellow in Tech Studies at the Pacific Research Institute and a columnist at TechNewsWorld.
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July 30, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, July 25, 2021--Guest: Dylan Livingston, Alliance for Longevity Initiatives
The Alliance for Longevity Initiatives is the first and only 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization founded with the goal of creating social and political action around the issues of increasing human health and lifespan. A4LI works with healthcare leaders and experts in the geroscience and regenerative medicine fields to ensure the initiatives we pursue most directly reflects the needs of said communities. Ultimately, we would like to see governments around the world prioritize keeping their citizens in excellent health for much longer.
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July 22, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, July 18, 2021--Guest: Martin Tolar, Alzheon
Prior to founding Alzheon in June 2013, Dr. Tolar has held executive positions in life sciences companies, where he has successfully established and grown new companies, business areas and product opportunities. Dr. Tolar served as President & CEO of Knome, Inc., where he led the development of human genome interpretation systems and services for academic, pharmaceutical and clinical clients, as President & CEO at NormOxys, Inc., where he built the business for novel cancer therapeutics, and as Chief Scientific Officer and Chief Business Officer at CoMentis, Inc., where he developed the first clinical-stage beta secretase inhibitor platform for Alzheimer’s disease and negotiated a collaboration with a potential value of $1.1 billion with Astellas Pharma in 2008. Dr. Tolar held a variety of clinical development and business leadership positions at Pfizer, where he was instrumental in a wide range of business transactions, including acquisition of Rinat Neuroscience for $500 million in 2006, and directed programs through all stages of clinical development and FDA approval including NDA filings. During his academic career, Dr. Tolar served as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurology at Yale University School of Medicine, where he focused on movement disorders. Dr. Tolar trained in Neurology at the Boston Medical Center, received a Ph.D. in Neuroscience for his work on the role of apolipoprotein E in Alzheimer’s disease, and published many scientific publications in the area of neuroscience and neurodegenerative disorders. Dr. Tolar received his M.D. from Charles University in Prague, where as a medical student he helped organize and lead the Velvet Revolution that toppled the communist regime in the former Czechoslovakia in November 1989.
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July 16, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, July 11, 2021--Guest: Sunny Smith, Empowering Women Physician
Sunny Smith, MD, founder of Empowering Women Physicians Coaching; and clinical professor of Family Medicine and Public Health for the University of California San Diego School of Medicine can speak to destigmatizing mental health and creating a safe place for physicians to seek help.
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July 09, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, July 4, 2021--Guest: David Mayer, Patient Safety Movement Foundation
Dr. David Mayer joined the Patient Safety Movement Foundation as the CEO in 2019 bringing decades of experience in both the public and private sector. He is currently focused on helping the Patient Safety Movement ensure safety across three key priority areas: process and system improvements, enhanced communication and resolution after preventable harm and continued education for future generations of healthcare workers. In his concurrent role as executive director of the MedStar Institute for Quality and Safety (MIQS) he is responsible for leading specific quality and safety programs in support of discovery, learning and the application of innovative methods to operational clinical challenges. He has also served as vice president, quality and safety for MedStar Health and oversaw the infrastructure for clinical quality and its operational efficiency for MedStar and each of its entities, as well as the chief medical officer for Quality and Safety Graduate Medical Education and director of the University of Illinois at Chicago Masters of Science Patient Safety Leadership Program.
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July 01, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, June 27, 2021--Guest: Robin Fenley, Elder Abuse
Robin Fenley, Ph.D., LCSW , is NYC Deputy Assistant Commissioner of Long-Term Care, She is a licensed clinical social worker with extensive experience in diverse fields of aging, in-cluding skilled nursing facilities, in-patient psychiatry, elder abuse prevention, home care, and adult day care. Currently the Assistant Commissioner for the Bureau of HealthCare Connections within the NYC Department for the Aging (DFTA), Dr. Fenley provides administrative oversight of several programs, including the Office of the Social Adult Day Ombuds; NY Connects, a statewide ‘No Wrong Door’ initiative for long term services and supports; the Alzheimer’s & Caregiver Resource Center; and management of ten contracted National Family Caregiver Sup-port Programs and nine DFTA-contracted Social Adult Day Services.
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June 24, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, June 20, 2021--Guest: Tom Murphy, TRUST Biomedical
Tom Murphy is the founder and CEO of TRUST Biologic, a bioceutical research and development company focused on creating products that enable you to lead an exuberant life - at any age. Its key products are geared towards natural cannabinoid-enhanced therapeutic modalities. You deserve reasonably priced, high-quality wellness products, and TRUST Biologic understands how overwhelming it is trying to find the right ones. That’s why their licensed estheticians and PhD chemist board members have built our products specifically for Baby Boomers like you based on actual feedback and usage. Science will continue to unveil many health benefits of cannabis, but as far as the greatest generation is concerned, there is promising evidence of relief for many age-related concerns. The use of TRUSTed cannabis, cannabinoid, CBD, CBG, and terpene infused formulations could encourage that we feel ease, and embrace aging. He got into professional skincare 15 years ago. As a man in a female-dominated profession, he quickly became known as a “skincare guy” by his peers in and out of the industry. Once the Farm Bill passed in 2018, Tom used his experience in skincare and medicinal cannabis as a starting point to introducing Baby Boomers to the restorative properties of cannabinoids. Soon thereafter, he added, “e-commerce” and “CBD guy” to his repertoire with the launch of an online skincare and wellness company focused on the Baby Boomer generation.
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June 17, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, June 13, 2021--Guest: Jeff Smedsrud, Guide to Medicare
Jeff is a co-founder of HealthCare.com and founder of Pivot Health (acquired by HealthCare.com in Feb. 2018). Following the acquisition, Jeff is President, Insurance Services for HealthCare.com and continues the leadership of the Pivot Health business. He is a results-oriented leader who has built and grown companies from back-of-envelope ideas to multi-million dollar, profitable and scalable entities with a focus on health insurance and other consumer-centric business models. He is a serial entrepreneur who has started several businesses – four of which have been acquired by publicly traded companies. Creative thinker who has been a presenter at dozens of national trade conventions. Active marathon runner and member of Seven Continents Club — one of only 200 or so individuals to run a marathon on all seven continents. Cancer survivor, charity activist and motivational speaker.
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June 10, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, June 6, 2021--Guest: Dr. Jaime Seeman, Keto and Fasting For Health
Dr. Jaime Seeman is a board-certified Obstetrician-Gynecologist with a background in Nutrition, Exercise and Health Science. Dr. Jaime is also a current Fellow in Integrative Medicine and a Board Certified Ketogenic Nutrition Specialist. Currently, she is also a coach for the FastCoach app. She's Mrs. Nebraska 2020, a former college athlete, wife and mom of 3. KetoCoach is a leader in lifestyle in-vitro diagnostic testing. KetoCoach is making its first venture into the growing virtual fitness market. Since launching in 2018, they have picked up nearly 40,000 users for their blood ketone meter. FastCoach is the first platform to combine the popular elements of virtual fitness classes with dieting. In its initial launch, FastCoach focuses on live and on-demand classes, called “challenges,” led by expert instructors on the ketogenic diet
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June 09, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, May 30, 2021--Guests: Ali Sareea & Chris Nall, Atria Senior Living
Ali Sareea is the Chief Information Officer for Glennis Solutions. Mr. Sareera brings more than 23 years of IT expertise with focus on Systems Development, e-commerce and business intelligence applications. Prior to his current role, he was CIO of Atria Senior Living, Inc., a leading senior housing management company, and of HD Supply Facilities Maintenance a division of the $8 billion industrial distributor HD Supply Inc. and former division of Home Depot. He held various roles during his nine-year tenure and helped build company-wide technology solutions that enabled the company to go public in 2013. Chris Nall is the Chief Information Officer for Atria Senior Living. In this role, he leads efforts to deploy new technology to continuously improve efficiency and management of Atria’s communities. His responsibilities further accelerate tech innovation to improve the quality of life for Atria’s residents.
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May 27, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, May 3, 2021--Guest: James Carroll, Thor
On Star Trek when someone is injured, they are taken to sick bay where the doctor uses a laser to heal the patient instantly. We make those (just not quite as instant). The treatment is called Photobiomodulation (PBM Therapy) previously known as Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) and is considered by many scientists to be "a new branch of medicine" (Dr Roberta Chow MD PhD). Light (within certain parameters) can regenerate tissue, reduce inflammation and reduce pain. It does this by increasing cellular energy and reducing oxidative stress. These effects have been tested in over 700 clinical trials (RCT's) and thousands of laboratory studies and published in many leading journals including The Lancet, BMJ, Nature, PNAS, Spine, Muscle and Nerve, Pain, Stroke etc. Dedicated private PBM clinics are being born every month to meet public demand for pain relief and the former head of tissue viability for Scotland Lydia Jack demonstrated that the laser paid for itself with the first patient she treated. Already THOR has over 5,000 customers in pioneering clinics and hospitals in more than 70 countries and is the only company with FDA, CE, TGA and NATO clearance, and we are also listed on GSA, and eCAT in the United States for government purchases.
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May 21, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, May 16, 2021--Guest: Martha Orellana, Mr. Steam
As Vice President of Sales and Marketing for MrSteam (AKA “Feel Good Inc.”), Martha Orellana has championed MrSteam and parent company Sussman-Automatic for over 30 years. Responsible for the management of the company’s sales force for the Western half of the United States, Canada, and Mexico, Martha is an integral force in introducing the world to the “Feel Good’ benefits of steam. Her efforts in shaping the marketing of MrSteam’s products and services has had a profound impact on the company’s position in the industry. Martha also spearheaded the creation and development of Tala Bath & Body, an exquisite line of luxury spa products designed to complement and enhance the steam bathing experience and promote healthy living. “We feel good, when you feel good” is the mantra Martha infuses into all company endeavors. A graduate of Hunter College, a licensed California contractor and a member of the National Association of Female Executives, Martha has been recognized by Contractor Magazine as one of the most influential women in the kitchen and bath industry, and in 2015 was named Manufacturing Professional of the Year by the Decorative Plumbing & Hardware Association. A passionate advocate for SteamTherapy®, a wellness program she helped develop, Martha brings the “Feel Good” wherever she goes. Her personal life is a testament to “making wellness a way of life.” When she’s not soaring the skies in a hot-air balloon, savoring her favorite Italian cuisine, or spending her precious free time with friends and family in her West Hollywood home, Martha practices what she preaches as a self-described “Spa Connoisseur.”
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May 13, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, May 2, 2021--Guest: Lori Myren-Manbeck, Inclusivi-Tee
Lori Myren-Manbeck is a psychologist, business owner, author, podcast host, speaker, and trainer. Her psychology practice is primarily in geriatrics and her podcast, book, and trainings focus on sustainable living and creating a future where everyone thrives. Lori believes that our primary responsibility, as humans, is to take care of each other and the earth. She tries to live that belief in everything she does. Lori's motto is: Alone, I can make a difference. Together we can make THE difference. You can learn more about Lori here: Inclusivi-tee Website Inclusivi-TALKS Sustainability Podcast Inclusive Sustainability Facebook Group You can contact Lori at 952-240-8946 or lori@inclusivi-tee.com to talk about trainings and workshops on sustainability.
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May 06, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, May 2, 2021--Guest: Chris Schneider, Alzheimers Foundation of America
Chris Schneider is AFA’s Director of Communications, leading and overseeing all aspects of AFA’s communications, public relations and marketing efforts. Chris works to increase public awareness of AFA’s programs and services and connect people with information through earned media placements, as well as through AFA’s digital and print platforms, including its free quarterly magazine, Alzheimer’s TODAY. Since coming to AFA in 2017, Chris has helped to significantly increase AFA’s earned media exposure and presence nationwide. Prior to joining AFA, Chris spent over 14 years in public service. He served as a Director of Communications and a Deputy Chief of Staff in the New York State Senate, where he worked to connect people with services, organized and implemented community programs and kept the public and media informed about a wide variety of public policy and legislative issues. Chris is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, where he earned two bachelor’s degrees; one in sociology-criminal justice and another in history.
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April 30, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, March 14, 2021--Guests: Abby Klosterbuer & Rick Jentis--Cell Health
Abby Klosterbuer, PhD, RDN is the US Medical Affairs Manager for Healthy Aging and Cellular Nutrition at Nestlé Health Science. In her role, she provides clinical and scientific expertise to educate consumers and healthcare professionals on the role of nutrition in improving clinical outcomes and promoting healthy aging. Abby is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and has a PhD in Nutrition from the University of Minnesota. Rick Jentis is the Global Category Head for Healthy Aging and Cellular Nutrition at Nestlé Health Science.  In this role he leads the development and execution of strategy, marketing and innovation for NHSc’s brands focused on empowering consumers to age better through the power of nutritional solutions.   Cellular Nutrition provides a new way to address the symptoms associated with aging by attacking changing processes inside every cell.  Previously, Rick has led Innovation and Digital marketing in the US for NHS and several management roles on the Gerber brand.  Rick holds and MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University and a Bachelors degree from Cornell University.
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April 22, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, April 18, 2021--Guest: Dr. Tara Thiagarajan, Mental Wellness
Dr. Tara Thiagarajan, is the Founder and Chief Scientist at Sapien Labs a nonprofit research organization with the mission to understand and enable the human mind. She led a lively discussion of why younger people are suffering from mental ill health in growing numbers, and why elders are doing so much better. If you have adult children or grandchildren that seem stressed, you will want to hear what Dr. Tara has to say. Much of the cause of distress may come from communicating digitally instead of personally. Sapien Labs’ two major program areas are the Human Brain Diversity Project which relates brain and other physiological metrics to life experience and outcomes and the Mental Health Million Project which surveys our evolving mental wellbeing across the globe to understand its evolution and the social determinants that drive mental wellbeing.
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April 16, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, April 11, 2021--Guest: Steven Pearlman, Vaccine Resistance
Steven J. Pearlman, PhD., is a critical thinking expert and educator who has worked in higher education for 30 years. Pearlman taught writing and critical thinking at a range of institutions, including one of America’s elite colleges, before bringing his expertise out of the classroom for institution-wide benefit. He co-founded and directed one of the country’s first academic offices specifically focused on campus-wide critical thinking, and co-developed a groundbreaking academic instrument that unifies the teaching, application, assigning, and assessment of critical thinking.  For the last 10 years, his work has focused on developing students, faculty, executives, and workspaces on critical thinking. Pearlman earned his doctorate at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania and is a sought-after speaker, co-founder of The Critical Thinking Initiative, and the co-host of The Critical Thinking Initiative and Smarterer! podcasts. He’s also the author of The Book of Martial Power and America’s Critical Thinking Crisis. Pearlman lives in Connecticut with his family and is an avid martial artist.
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April 09, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, April 4, 2021--Guest: Amy Jeffs, Status Solutions
Amy Jeffs currently serves as Vice President of Status Solutions and has held various positions within the mission-based organization for the past 13 years. Her primary duties include assisting Status Solutions’ Founder and President with developing and implementing the company’s overall go-to-market strategy.  Her past experience includes 20+ years of technology business and marketing at start-ups up to Fortune 500 companies. Status Solutions is a senior living technology company and works with dozens of senior centers nationwide. During the pandemic, their technology helped staff get real-time updates from patients, allowed seniors to communicate with family members and other residents without being in the same room, and let family members check-in with seniors via an online portal.
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April 01, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, March 28, 2021--Guest: Jack Huber, Sleep Disorder
Mr. Huber brings over 35 years of diverse business experience in the Private, Public and Government sector. Having owned a number of businesses in the Medical Device, Construction, Environmental, Retail and Oil and Gas sector. He has a background in business development, finance and corporate management and contract negotiation. In 2014 & 2015 Mr. Huber was the COO for an aboriginal owned group of companies with diverse operations in energy services with over 1000 employees. Mr. Huber was integral in turning the companies around setting them up for growth and profitability. Prior to that, Mr. Huber was a partner at Huber Electric Inc. Huber Electric was founded in in 1956 and completed numerous Industrial and commercial projects across Canada employing over 250 people primarily in western Canada and the Arctic. The Company constructed power generation and underground power and communication distribution systems for Transport Canada, Defense Construction Canada and the Governments of the Northwest Territories and Yukon Mr. Huber is a principle in an Environmental Remediation company focused on bringing water remediation solutions to markets for both Oil and Gas and Non Oil and gas markets. Mr. Huber attended the Business Program at Grant MacEwan graduating in 1981.
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March 26, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, March 21, 2021--Guest: James Jiang, The Future of Medicare
James Jiang is the CEO and cofounder of Spark, a platform enabling independent agents to deliver a concierge retirement navigation experience, where he leads overall company growth and strategy. Before Spark, James was cofounder of Roster Health, a company delivering in-home care to vulnerable seniors, and before that he worked as a global technology investor. James graduated magna cum laude from Yale University.
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March 18, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, March 7, 2021--Guest: Mayhew Seavey, Co-Housing
Mayhew Seavey is a 68-year-old electrical engineering consultant in the metro Boston area. Together with his wife, retired publications editor Victoria Thatcher, he cofounded the Hager Homestead cohousing community in 2016 as a way for them to have the kind of supportive community that they wanted for themselves as they grew older. Nothing in his personal or professional life prepared him for the challenges of creating an intentional community of 24 households, what will become the first over-55 cohousing in New England.
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March 04, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, February 28, 2021--Guest: Lindsay Clarke, Alliance for Aging Research
The Alliance for Aging Research is the leading nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the pace of scientific discoveries and their application to vastly improve the universal human experience of aging and health. The Alliance believes advances in research help people live longer, happier, more productive lives and reduce healthcare costs over the long term. Lindsay Clarke, JD, oversees the organization's health programs and is involved in strategic planning and execution of the Alliance's mission and goals. She holds a J.D. degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law and a B.S. degree from the University of Michigan.
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February 25, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, February 21, 2021--Guest: Ming Yang, Senior Technology
Growing up taking care of her mom and grandma, Ming Yang observed the limitation that a lack of digital skill has in older adults' lives. With a Computer Engineering background, Ming carries her experience working at Apple and Microsoft to design enjoyable tech experiences for people that didn't grow up with technology. Her goal is to make technology equally accessible to older adults as it is to the younger generation, allowing them to do more and accomplish more in this fast changing digital age.
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February 19, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, February 14, 2021--Guest: Maria Hernandez, PhD, Impact4Health
Maria Hernandez, PhD,  President and COO of Impact4Health is a thought leader in health equity and pay for success initiatives designed to address the upstream social determinants of health among vulnerable populations.  Maria currently leads the Alameda County Pay for Success Asthma Initiative which is testing the feasibility of reducing asthma-related emergencies using health education and proven home-based environmental interventions for children.  Prior to her appointment at Impact4Health, Dr. Hernandez consulted to Fortune 100 corporations, major foundations, public agencies, and elected officials.  She has lead diversity and inclusion initiatives and executive education programs aimed at creating a culture of inclusion in several sectors. Most recently, she has designed the Inclusion SCORECARD™ for Population Health to assist hospital systems and public health agencies interested in addressing the needs of increasingly diverse patient populations.  Maria holds a doctorate in community psychology from the University of Texas at Austin and is an American Psychological Association Minority Fellow and Danforth Fellow.  Maria is currently a Board of Trustee Member for the Alameda Health System and a Board of Director for AAA Mountain West Group, one of the largest clubs in the federation.
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February 12, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, February 7, 2021--Guest: Dr. Timothy Jennings, The Aging Brain
Dr. Jennings is board certified in psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and is licensed to practice medicine in TN and GA. He is also board certified in adult psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, in forensic psychiatry by the American Board of Forensic Examiners and the American Board of Forensic Medicine, a Senior Disability Analyst and Diplomat by the American Board of Disability Analysts, and a Master Psychopharmacologist certified by the Neuroscience Education Institute.
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February 04, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, January 24, 2021--Guests: Michael & Laura Lehrhaupt, 2021 Retirement Outlook
In their own words: Our reasons for becoming financial professionals are deeply personal. We repeatedly saw many friends and family struggling to find the help they needed to map out their financial future. We are confident that with our understanding of personal finance, coupled with our training as financial professionals, we can help people better prepare for the future. After years in the business, we have developed a reputation for educating individuals in an easy-to-understand manner so they can grasp personal finance and use those concepts to pursue their financial objectives. We feel a commitment to our community.
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January 21, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, January 17, 2021--Guest: Dr. Carlie Biggins, Naturopathic Medicine
Dr. Carlie’s Mission: To help as many people as possible attain optimal health and wellness, with a natural approach. While there is a time and place for all health modalities, Dr. Carlie offers solutions to those who are looking for natural and holistic ways to approach their health and lifestyle goals. My brand encompasses all things holistic, including education, products and services.
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January 15, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, January 10, 2021--Guest: Gus Noble, Caledonia Senior Living
Gus was born in 1969 in Dundee, Scotland. He grew up in Duns, in the Scottish Borders. In 1992 after graduating from the University of Stirling, Gus moved to Chicago where he worked for the British Consulate General Chicago for 7 years. During this time he concentrated on developing UK-US trade and investment. In 1999 Gus completed a Business to Business Marketing Strategy course at Northwestern University's Kellogg Graduate School of Management. Following 1999's devolution of government authorities in the United Kingdom, Gus established and operated the first overseas office of the Welsh Assembly Government in Chicago. Gus took his current appointment in August 2004. Gus serves on the Boards of the Admiral at the Lake and the Rotary Club of Chicago (ROTARY ONE), the world's first Rotary Club. Gus is a core member of the Chicago Cultural Alliance and is a member of the President's Circle of the Chicago Council for Global Affairs. Gus's interests include playing music and golf and supporting Newcastle United Football Club.
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January 08, 2021
Generation Bold Radio--January 3, 2021, Guest: Diana Nyad, Walking with a Legend (from 2018)
On September 2, 2013, at the age of sixty-four, Diana Nyad became the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without the aid of a shark cage, swimming 111 miles in fifty-three hours from Havana to Key West. In the 1970s, she became known as the world’s greatest long distance swimmer with her open-water achievments, including a record-breaking swim around Manhattan. For the next thirty years, Nyad was a prominent sports broadcaster and journalist, filing compelling stories for National Public Radio, ABC’S Wide World of Sports, and others. She is the author of the upcoming memoir, Find a Way, and three other books, is a national fitness icon, is a talented linguist, and is one of today’s most powerful and engaging public speakers.
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January 01, 2021
Generation Bold Radio, December 20, 2020--Guest: Dr. Henry Mahncke, Senior Driving
Dr. Henry Mahncke is the CEO of Posit Science. He joined Posit Science at its inception in 2003 as Vice President of Research & Outcomes, where he led the first large-scale clinical trials of a publicly available cognitive training program. He became CEO of Posit Science in 2011. Previously, he served as consultant at McKinsey focused on health care and video games, and then as a science and technology advisor to the British government. Dr. Mahncke earned his PhD in Neuroscience at the University of California, San Francisco, where he studied brain plasticity with Dr. Michael Merzenich.
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December 19, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, December 13, 2020--Guest: Dr. Lynda Ulrich, Ever Widening Circles
DR. LYNDA CARES ABOUT THE FUTURE FOR US ALL. She is an innovator by nature, a connector at heart, and had spent decades as a dentist by trade, committed to keeping the humanity in healthcare. And then, in 2014, a young patient asked her a question so compelling that it inspired Dr. Lynda to create what we all wished existed on the internet - a place with no politics - where we can all feel confident about the future! Since then, Ever Widening Circles (EWC) has been publishing articles about insight, innovation, and remarkable good news, going uncelebrated. For many years now, they have been proving it is still an amazing world by creating content that shows progress is all around us.
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December 12, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, December 6, 2020--Guest: Kate Jerome, Grandma & Me in the Kitchen
Kate Jerome is a seasoned publishing executive and award-winning children’s book author who has been positively influencing younger generations for decades. Kate’s vision for Little Bridges grew out of her experience at Stanford University’s Distinguished Careers Institute. During her year-long residency, Kate’s affiliation with Stanford’s Center on Longevity immersed her in the research which now informs her work. As an intergenerational product innovator, Kate turns theory into practice by developing books and activities that encourage connections and meaningful conversations between kids and their favorite adults.
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December 03, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, November 22, 2020--Guest: Tina Woods, Longevity International
Tina is co-founder and CEO of Longevity International, a social enterprise bringing together start-ups, industry, academic and governmental stakeholders under one umbrella to provide a unified voice and coordinating vehicle for positive discourse and change to ensure the ‘longevity dividend’ is accessible to everyone. Longevity International acts as the Secretariat for the All Party Parliamentary Group for Longevity which Tina leads, and which launched The Health of the Nation Strategy supported by Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, Secretary of State for Health and Care, in February 2020 to deliver 5 extra years of healthy life expectancy to all British citizens by 2035 while mimimising health inequalities. The APPG is setting up the Business Coalition for Healthier Longer Lives (a key recommendation in the Strategy, and more urgent in the 'new normal’ post Covid-19). Finally, Tina is CEO & Founder of Collider Science, a social enterprise that aims to inspire young people in science and technology and equip them with the skills for the future. She writes regularly for Forbes (see here), D/sruption (see here) and other media channels. Her book, ‘Live Longer with AI: How artificial intelligence is helping us extend our healthspans and live better too' is available for pre-order on Amazon, due to be published 9 October 2020. Tina has a degree in genetics from Cornell University (USA) and MBA from Cass Business School (London).
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November 19, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, November 15, 2020--Guest: Cynthia Stuen, United Nations NGO Committee on Ageing and International Federation on Ageing (from March 2020)
Dr Cynthia Stuen is the Main Representative to the United Nations on behalf of the IFA. She is currently the Chair of the NGO Committee on Ageing (New York), having served as vice chair from 2015-2019. She was co-chair of the International Day of Older Persons 2015 event at the UN, and also covers the issues of the NGO Committee on the Status of Women. Dr Stuen is a Past Chair of the American Society on Aging (ASA), the largest organization of professionals in the field of ageing in the US. She is a Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America and also the NY Academy of Medicine. She is a past chair of the State Society on Aging of New York. Her entire professional career has been in the field of ageing. Dr Stuen chaired the NASW Specialty Practice on Aging 2003-2005 and recently served on the NASW Task Force to develop practice guidelines for caregivers of older adults.
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November 13, 2020
Generation Bold Radio--November 8, 2020, Guest: Dr. Daniel Rifkin, Sleep Disorders
Dr. Daniel Rifkin, MD, MPH, is the founder and CEO of Ognomy, the first healthcare service to entirely shift the diagnosis and care of sleep apnea from a clinical setting to the home. He is a board-certified neurologist with more than two decades of experience in sleep medicine. In addition to Ognomy, Dr. Rifkin founded and serves as the medical director of the Sleep Medicine Centers of Western New York, which he established in 2002 to provide care to patients suffering from a variety of sleep disorders. He is also a clinical assistant professor of neurology at the University at Buffalo, where he teaches students, residents and fellows and engages in clinical research.
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November 06, 2020
Generation Bold Radio--November 1, 2020, Guest: Dr. Vilhelm Bohr, DNA, Telomeres & Aging
Dr. Bohr received his M.D. in 1978, Ph.D. in 1987, and D.Sc. in 1987 from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. After training in neurology and infectious diseases at the University Hospital in Copenhagen, Dr. Bohr did a postdoctoral fellowship with Dr. Hans Klenow at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. He then worked with Dr. Philip Hanawalt at Stanford University as a research scholar from 1982-1986.  In 1986 he was appointed to the National Cancer Institute (NCI) as an investigator, becoming a tenured Senior Investigator in 1988. Dr. Bohr developed a research section in DNA repair at the NCI. In 1992 he moved to the NIA to become Chief of the Laboratory of Molecular Genetics. His main contributions have been in the area of DNA repair. He has worked on many aspects of DNA damage and its processing in mammalian cells.  He developed a widely used method for the analysis of DNA repair in individual genes and found that active genes are preferentially repaired. This observation was a major advance in the clarification of the tight interaction between DNA repair and transcription, a process termed transcription-coupled repair. In recent years numerous papers from his laboratory have focused on mechanisms of DNA damage processing, particularly on nucleotide excision repair and transcription coupling. A main interest now is to elucidate how these processes change in relation to aging.
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October 28, 2020
Generation Bold Radio--October 25, 2020, Guest: Jaya Jaya Myra, Wellness Lifestyle
Jaya Jaya Myra, a research scientist turned natural health advocate, is known as the “Wellness Lifestyle Expert” and is the go-to media expert on mind-body wellness, stress management, mindfulness, food for mood and natural, healthy living. She’s a best-selling author, TEDx and motivational speaker, and Creator of The WELL Method. After healing herself naturally from debilitating fibromyalgia, Myra developed The WELL Method to teach others the 4 cornerstones of a healthy, purpose-driven life. Her approach to mind-body wellness, social justice, spirituality and purpose shows why one-size-fits-all solutions don’t work for everyone, and how to find what will work for you.
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October 23, 2020
Generation Bold Radio--October 18, 2020, Guest: Dr. Jeff Spiess, Dying with Ease
Dr. Spiess has spent his medical career with people facing serious illness and death, first as an oncologist, then as a hospice physician. He has lectured extensively and has been recognized as a leader in the field of end-of-life care. He has observed, through extensive clinical experience and innumerable conversations with the dying and those caring for and about them, the burden of unnecessary or avoidable suffering and distress engendered by the American tendency to avoid facing death as an inevitable personal reality. His medical practice and writing are informed by his interest in philosophy and theology, and he finds additional insights in depictions of dying in literature, including sacred texts, music, and popular culture. His writing provides information and inspiration, challenging readers to honestly encounter their own mortality to both die better and live more fully.
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October 16, 2020
Generation Bold Radio--October 11, 2020, Guest: Dr. Connie Newman, Women's Medicine
In her own words: I learned of Metabesity 2020 from Charlotte Tomic, AMWA, and wonder whether you might have some time to talk about the conference.  Also, I would be happy to be interviewed about COVID 19 and women's health. I am an endocrinologist with certification in Obesity Medicine,  affiliated with NYU and a former President of AMWA.  I have regulatory experience and am a member of the FDA Endocrine and Metabolic Drugs Advisory Committee.  I also have worked for many years on large RCTs of statins evaluating efficacy in reducing atherosclerotic diseases, and safety.  In November,  I will be speaking at an international meeting debating statin use in the elderly. My other interest is in sex and gender medicine, and my textbook on this topic will be available in late October, published by Elsevier.
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October 09, 2020
Generation Bold Radio--October 4, 2020, Guest: Ken Rubin, Rouxbe.com
Ken, a chef educator and food anthropologist with 18 years of broad industry experience, oversees Rouxbe’s cooking course curriculum development and recruitment. Recognized for his expertise in education and training, food culture research, health and wellness and product development, Ken nevertheless considers himself a lifelong student of every aspect of food. Ken has held top-level management positions at well-respected culinary academies including Le Cordon Bleu Schools North America, Chefs.com, the International Culinary School at the Art Institute of Portland and the Natural Epicurean Academy. As a volunteer, he served as board director of the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) and is currently a trustee and chair of The Culinary Trust, IACP’s philanthropic partner. Ken is also the Chair of the James Beard Foundation’s Broadcast Media Awards Committee.
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October 02, 2020
Generation Bold Radio--September 27, 2020, Guest: Eric Klein, Care Patrol
Eric spent 25+ years as owner of a Chicago based production company specializing in healthcare, pharmaceutical and senior living advertising. When his parents suffered health challenges, he realized that his knowledge of the care component of the healthcare space was limited. He delved into the long-term care system and discovered that families needed help navigating the complex senior living process. Several years ago, he transitioned into senior living on the placement side. As a CarePatrol owner and a Certified Senior Advisor and Certified Placement and Referral Specialist, Eric has become a go-to resource in the Chicagoland area for assisted living, memory care and in-home care. Eric’s favorite things to do are hanging out with his family, working out, cooking healthy food, hiking with his Chessie, and writing about himself in the third person. He knows every answer on Jeopardy and often does the New York Times crossword puzzle in pen.
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September 25, 2020
Generation Bold Radio--September 20, 2020, Guest: John Dimos, Fountain Therapeutics
Dr. Dimos was a founding scientist at the drug discovery platform technology company iPierian, which spun out True North Therapeutics. The two companies developed multiple clincal-stage assets and had ~$1.5 billion in exits. Before Fountain, Dr. Dimos helped launch and served as vice president at Mavericks Capital, an investment bank for early-stage life science companies developing new products in therapeutics, diagnostics, medical devices and digital health. He later became responsible for pipeline and portfolio diligence at the investment platform Propel(x) Inc., and he remains a member of the investment committee at the Propel(x) affiliated Newton Fund, syndicating and investing in biotech and AI startups. Dr. Dimos completed a fellowship at Harvard, holds a Ph.D. from Princeton in molecular biology and a B.S. from Tufts University. His research studies have been cited by over 6,000 publications, and his work with stem cells was featured on the cover of Time Magazine.
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September 18, 2020
Generation Bold Radio--September 13, 2020, Guest: Thomas Seoh, Kinexum
Thomas Seoh is an entrepreneur/executive who has held senior leadership positions in public and private, pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies for over 25 years.  After practicing corporate law in New York and London and serving as General Counsel for several companies, including Viratek in Costa Mesa, which developed the antiviral, VIRAZOLE®, and engaged in antisense oligonucleotide research, he joined Guilford Pharmaceuticals in Baltimore, which commercialized GLIADEL® wafer for glioblastoma multiforme and developed the propofol pro-drug LUSEDRA® and small molecules for Parkinson’s disease.
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September 10, 2020
Generation Bold Radio--September 7, 2020, Guest: Jeff Wolf, Heat Biologics
Jeffrey Wolf is founder and CEO of Heat Biologics. He also founded Seed-One Ventures, a firm focused on the systematic formation and management of new biomedical companies based upon breakthrough research. Throughout his career, Mr. Wolf has specialized in building new life-science companies from the ground up and has played an active role in supporting the growth of his companies. Mr. Wolf's start-ups include Avigen (co-founder and director), a NASDAQ-listed gene therapy company; TyRx Pharma (co-founder and chairman), which was focused on the development of novel bio-compatible polymers and recently sold to Medtronic and EluSys Therapeutics (founder and CEO), focused on the development of novel antibodies against infectious diseases. Mr. Wolf received his M.B.A. from Stanford Business School, his J.D. from New York University School of Law and his B.A. from the University of Chicago, where he graduated with honors in economics.
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September 04, 2020
Generation Bold Radio--August 30, 2020, Guest: Brett Goodpaster, Advent Health
Bret Goodpaster, Ph.D. investigates the pathophysiology of human aging, obesity, insulin resistance, and diabetes, and the biological mechanisms underlying the health benefits of exercise. Dr. Goodpaster has received a number of awards and honors for his work, including the Nathan Shock Award from the National Institute of Aging in 2008. He is particularly well known for “the athlete’s paradox” which has shifted the paradigm in type 2 diabetes research to investigate, how and why does fat accumulation in muscle cause insulin resistance in some subjects but not others?
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August 28, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, August 16, 2020--Guest: Judy Gaman, Love, Life & Lucille
Judy Gaman, nationally syndicated radio and podcast host, author, and CEO of Executive Medicine of Texas, has been educating and entertaining audiences for years. She's able to take complex concepts and break them down into engaging and easy-to-understand conversations around longevity, vitality, and healthy living. When not running Executive Medicine of Texas or working on the podcast, Stay Young America!, she serves as a healthy living expert for Fox News and many other media outlets. Judy is a five-time author and has appeared on numerous large network programs, her latest book is Love, Life and Lucille: Lessons Learned from a Centenarian.
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August 14, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, August 9, 2020--Guest: Dr. Jennifer Martin, Insomnia
Jennifer L. Martin, PhD, serves on the board of directors for the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) and is board-certified in behavioral sleep medicine by the American Board of Sleep Medicine (ABSM). She is a professor of medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Dr. Martin has expertise in insomnia and geriatrics. She completed her clinical internship at Brown University and her post-doctoral fellowship in geriatrics at the University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. Martin received her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of California, San Diego, as part of the SDSU/UCSD Joint Doctoral Program. In the midst of a global pandemic and nationwide protests, sleep has become the latest casualty. June 22 marks Insomnia Awareness Night, hosted by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM), Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine (SBSM) and American Alliance for Healthy Sleep (AAHS) in an effort to raise awareness of chronic insomnia.
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August 07, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, August 8, 2021, from August 2, 2020--Guest: Keith Comito, Lifespan
Keith Comito is a computer programmer and mathematician whose work brings together a variety of disciplines to provoke thought and promote social change. He has created video games, bioinformatics programs, musical applications, and biotechnology projects featured in Forbes and NPR. In addition to developing high-profile mobile applications such as HBO Now, MLB At Bat, and most recently Disney+, he explores the intersection of technology and biology at the Brooklyn community lab Genspace, where he helped to create games which allow players to direct the motion of microscopic organisms. Seeing age-related disease as one of the most profound problems facing humanity, he now works to accelerate and democratize longevity research efforts through initiatives such as Lifespan.io. As president of LEAF, he is a leading advocate for the increase of healthy human lifespan, participating in numerous speaking engagements and press appearances around the world, and working to produce high-impact media projects to inform and engage the public regarding this critical topic.
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July 31, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, July 26, 2020--Guest: Amy Chalfy, JASA
Amy Chalfy is a 30-year veteran of JASA, currently serving as the agency’s Co-Chief Program Officer. During her tenure at JASA, she has served in several positions including Associate Director of Group Services, Bronx District Director, Director of Mental Health Services, and Director of Programs. Amy holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Brooklyn College, a Master of Social Work Degree from Hunter College, and a Master of Library and Information Science Degree from Simmons University. JASA is the go-to agency serving older adults in New York City, providing critical services to over 40,000 people annually. Founded 50+ years ago, JASA is a leading expert and innovator in aging services that recognizes the diversity among the aging population and honors older adults as vital members of society. JASA’s life-changing support services, interventions and partnerships promote aging with a purpose and provide autonomy for older adults to remain in their homes and communities. JASA operates ten affordable housing properties, is a licensed home care agency and offers a breadth of integrative services citywide spanning free legal services, health and mental health services, home-delivered meals, social programming at senior centers and community trainings on elder abuse, peer health support, caregiver assistance and more.
42:32
July 23, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, July 19, 2020--Guest: Dr. Kristina McLinden, Non-Pharmacological Alzheimer Protocols
Dr. McLinden oversees the non-pharmacological Alzheimer’s Disease and related dementias clinical trials portfolio at the National Institute on Aging. Her portfolio is focused on behavioral, diet, and exercise interventions and devices to prevent, delay, and treat AD. Prior to joining NIA at the end of 2016, she was a program analyst at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) helping to manage the FAST and RAPID clinical trials contracts. As a program officer at NIMH, she oversaw neuroinflammation and training grant portfolios, as well as the NIMH Loan Repayment Program. Dr. McLinden received her PhD in experimental psychology, with a concentration in behavioral neuroscience from Texas Christian University where she conducted research focused on understanding the effects of neuroinflammation on learning and memory in the aging rodent brain. She went on to receive postdoctoral training as a fellow in the NINDS Intramural Research Program where she researched the role of Cdk5 protein in aging and neurodegeneration.
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July 16, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, July 12, 2020--Guest: Chris Cruger, Grief & Death Care
As Chief Operating Officer / Partner, Chris Cruger provides leadership, management and vision for The Foresight Companies in order to ensure that the proper resources, people and controls are in place to serve our clients. It is Chris’ responsibility to employ the best possible business practices to maximize client satisfaction with a seamless client service profile across the entire Foresight organization. Chris began his career in funeral service twenty-three years ago as a financial analyst in corporate development for SCI, where he ultimately spent 13 years. Chris quickly rose through the ranks at SCI where he was Vice President of Business Development, responsible for Corporate Development, Real Estate, Construction and Affiliate Relationships. Chris’ experience in the funeral industry spans throughout North America, across five continents and 25 countries. Over the past twenty years, Chris has analyzed several thousand funeral homes and cemeteries and has a unique depth of perspective in this industry. Chris has a demonstrated cross-dimensional experience in finance, sales, transactions and operational management with both public and private companies and their Board of Directors.
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July 10, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, July 5, 2020--Guest: Rich Checkan, Asset Strategies International
As the President and COO of ASI, Rich has knowledge of every facet of ASI’s operations. He has been an integral part of ASI's maturation from a precious metals and foreign exchange dealer to a full service tangible and rare tangible asset provider—to include rare U.S., world, and ancient coins. Rich oversees the operations, administrative, sales, and marketing departments, as well as serving as ASI’s Compliance Officer.
44:28
July 02, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, June 28, 2020--Guest: Dr. Daniel Belsky, Columbia University
Dr. Belsky's research sits at the intersection of public health, population & behavioral sciences, and genomics. His studies seek to understand how genes and environments combine to shape health across the life course. The goal of Dan's work is to reduce social inequalities in aging outcomes in the US and elsewhere.  Dan's research in genetic epidemiology includes polygenic score studies of the development of obesity, asthma, smoking behavior, depression, and socioeconomic risk. His work in aging has focused on the development and analysis of algorithms to quantify the process of biological aging, especially in young and midlife adults. Dan's work has received international attention, including by the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and Guardian newspapers, and appeared in outlets including PNAS, Nature Human Behaviour, the JAMA journals, Lancet Respiratory Medicine, and top journals in epidemiology and gerontology.
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June 26, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, June 21, 2020--Guest: Amy Jeffs, Status Solutions
Amy Jeffs currently serves as Vice President of Status Solutions, and has held various positions within the mission-based organization for the past 13 years. Her primary duties include assisting Status Solutions' Founder and President with developing and implementing the company's overall go-to-market strategy. Her past experience includes 20+ years of technology business and marketing at start-ups up to Fortune 500 companies. Status Solutions is the pioneering provider of situational awareness technologies for life safety, security, environmental monitoring and mass notification. Our customized software solutions ensure the right information reaches the right people automatically via various portals and dashboards for faster, more efficient communication. From emergency alerting and response management to self-service, we help organizations better collect, process, interpret and deliver their data. Real-time, detailed notifications about potential threats to people, property, business and convenience/comfort enable customers to better manage risk while also transforming their business operations.
40:44
June 17, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, June 14, 2020--Guest: Dr. Laurie Ryan, Dementias of Aging, National Institute on Aging, NIH
Dr. Laurie Ryan is Chief of the Dementias of Aging Branch in the Division of Neuroscience at the National Institute on Aging, part of the NIH. She oversees the development, coordination, and implementation of NIA’s basic and clinical Alzheimer’s disease research program. Dr. Ryan also directs the Alzheimer’s disease clinical trials research portfolio. Dr. Ryan received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Development from St. Mary’s College of Maryland in 1986 and her Masters in Psychology from Loyola College in Maryland in 1991.
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June 12, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, June 7, 2020--Guests: Josh Cohen & Justin Klee, Amylyx Pharmaceuticals
Josh Cohen, Co-CEO and Co-Founder Joshua Cohen co-founded Amylyx Pharmaceuticals in 2013 and continues to serve as its co-CEO. Josh has overseen the growth of Amylyx from a dorm-room concept to a clinical stage pharmaceutical company. His research experience includes work both at Brown University and at the National Institute of Standards in Technology. Josh received his BS in biomedical engineering from Brown University. Justin Klee, Co-CEO and Co-Founder Justin Klee co-founded Amylyx Pharmaceuticals in 2013 and continues to serve as its co-CEO. Along with his co-founder Josh, Justin has overseen the development of Amylyx’s novel platform and therapeutic for neurodegenerative diseases from initial testing through clinical trials. Justin previously did research at Brown University in neural systems and neurophysiology and Alzheimer’s disease at Harvard Medical School. He received his Sc.B in Neuroscience from Brown University.
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June 05, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, May 31, 2020--Guest: Amie Clark, TheSeniorList
The Visionary Behind TheSeniorList It doesn’t matter if you’re 55 or 95 years young, Amie Clark believes that anyone can embrace life with quality advice and the right resources. That’s why she created TheSeniorList.com over 10 years ago. As a social worker, blogger, entrepreneur, and aging adult advocate—Amie has been helping seniors and their loved ones for 20+ years. She has worked several years in long term care, and she’s even built a company that specializes in geriatric care management and senior housing advisory. Without a question, Amie is a well-respected expert voice on senior care topics. With two spunky grandmothers as her inspiration, Amie knows the joys, challenges, and hardships that come with aging. This fuels her passion for helping seniors and caregivers like you. Amie sees it as her privilege to share her expertise in helping older adults thrive as they enter this new and exciting stage of life.
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May 29, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, May 24, 2020--Guest: Liz Grantham, TheOptimal.me
TheOptimal.me is a functional movement training app for people 40+. By training in functional movements - which aid in the execution of normal daily tasks - as a stand alone or supplemental workout, people can experience aging with less pain, increased strength, enhanced mobility, and more physical and mental confidence. As a thriving but overstressed entrepreneur, Liz Grantham was experiencing both physical and mental failing. And she wasn't going to stand for it. So she committed to a program of functional movement which changed her life. In order to share it with others, she founded the site with her personal trainer. In addition to offering video representations of the program, they provide deep mind-body-spirit content about getting older, bolder, and better. Liz has over 30 years’ experience in marketing & advertising providing innovative, integrated, thoughtful solutions for global clients like Visa, Shell and Sony Mobile, working on various projects including the Olympics. Her love of a challenge and making BIG things happen, together with a need to manage the stress that comes along with running a business, endless deadlines, keeping clients happy, being a present and mindful mom – led her on the journey to what has become “TheOptimal.me”. This is her greatest challenge yet!
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May 24, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, May 10, 2020--Guest: Dr. Alisa Kauffman, Geriatric Dentistry
In Dr. Alisa Kauffman Own Words: In 1988, I had an epiphany. My best friend Beth Wilf’s father had impeccable oral health. He knew the importance of great oral hygiene and was on a regular every-three-month schedule with the hygienist at the office of Dr. Igor Gerzon, a prosthodontist and my husband. However, a stroke left Mr. Moorstein without speech and without the ability to brush and floss his teeth on his own. When it came time to see the hygienist after his stroke, he had to cancel. That was my moment to step in and help. I absolutely love helping someone to heal. Whether I am extracting a painful tooth or feel the joy of seeing a patient take the first bite of food and chew it with new, well-fitting dentures that I created. Treating Mr. Moorstein was the first time I attended to a patient in their home, and thus, Geriatric Housecall Dentistry was born.The core services of Geriatric House Call Dentistry include emergency visits, second opinions, exams, cleanings, small fillings, ARREST (Silver Diamine Fluoride) treatment, extractions, partial and denture repair, fabricating complete and partial dentures. Dr. Alisa Kauffman teaches caregivers how to perform oral care on those who refuse or are unable to care for their own teeth. Alisa always tells her patients, “we only brush the teeth that we want to keep!”
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May 16, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, May 17, 2020--Guest: Jessica Thomas, Comfort Keepers
Comfort Keepers is a leading provider of in-home care, offering customized services to meet the unique needs of seniors or other adults in need of assistance. Comfort Keepers provides that peace of mind to families of delivering quality care in the comfort of your own home. Comfort Keepers is what we call our caregiver network because they do so much more than provide care. "We strive to elevate the human spirit every day and help make clients’ lives brighter, safer and more enjoyable – all from the comfort of home." For more than 20 years, Comfort Keepers has helped clients live happy, fulfilling, independent lives.
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May 16, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, April 26, 2020--Guest: Dr. Erica Miller, Chronologically Gifted: Aging With Gusto
Dr. Erica Miller was born on November 10, 1933 in Tshernovitz, Romania. For seven years, Erica and her family lived a “normal” life. When she was seven, Erica and her family were among thousands of Jews herded into cattle cars and imprisoned in a Nazi holding camp in Mogilev, Ukraine. After four years of indescribable oppression and deprivation, Erica, her parents, and her sister were liberated by the Russians. Today, in addition to public speaking, Dr. Miller oversees her family’s real estate business in Austin, Texas. She’s written three books, “The Dr. Erica Miller Story: From Trauma to Triumph,” “Don’t Tell Me I Can’t Do It: Living Audaciously in the Here and Now” and the international best-seller,  “Chronologically Gifted: Aging with Gusto!” Dr. Miller has always considered herself a citizen of the world. She travels extensively and pushes the envelope everywhere she goes. In June 2018, she climbed to the 17,000 ft. base camp at Mt. Everest, and in August 2018, she skydived in New Zealand. Her international adventures with family and friends continue to demonstrate how her passion for life fuels her endless drive to achieve and live life to its fullest.
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May 01, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, April 26, 2020--Guests: Heidi Robinson, Because Market & Liwanag Ojala, CaringBridge
Heidi Robinson: In her own words I am passionate about creating exceptional products and experiences for customers. Over the years I've been fortunate to innovate and drive growth and change at leading brands: curating inspiring spaces in Sourcebooks/Digital and bringing experiential retail to life within Galleries at RH, forging design partnerships with Jonathan Adler, Martha Stewart, Sir Terence Conran, Bodum at JCPenney, rolling out Plus and Maternity categories at Old Navy. Liwanag Ojala: As CEO, Liwanag leads management and ensures that all CaringBridge operations contribute toward its vision — a world where no one goes through a health journey alone. She joined the team in 2014, passionate about leading a nonprofit organization leveraging her decade of ecommerce experience. Prior to joining CaringBridge, she was vice president of ecommerce at Meijer and received a number of awards recognizing her leadership skills, including Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal’s Most Admired CEO Award in 2019 and Top 500 Executives award by Minnesota Monthly in 2018.
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April 24, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, April 19, 2020--Guest: Judy Foreman, Exercise is Medicine
Judy Foreman, the author of “A Nation in Pain” (2014),  “The Global Pain Crisis” (2017), and “Exercise is Medicine” (2020), all published by Oxford University Press, was a staff writer at the Boston Globe for 23 years and a health columnist for many of those years. Her column was syndicated in national and international outlets including the Los Angeles Times, Dallas Morning News, Baltimore Sun and others. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Wellesley College in 1966, spent three years in the Peace Corps in Brazil, then got a Master’s from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has been a Lecturer on Medicine at Harvard Medical School, a Fellow in Medical Ethics at Harvard Medical School and a Knight Science Journalism Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She was also a Senior Fellow at the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism at Brandeis. She also hosted a weekly, call-in radio show on Healthtalk.com She has won more than 50 journalism awards, including a 1998 George Foster Peabody award for co-writing a video documentary about a young woman dying of breast cancer and the 2015 Science in Society Award from the National Association of Science Writers for her book, “A Nation in Pain.”
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April 17, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, April 12, 2020--Guest: Kay Hutchison, My Life in Thirty Seven Therapies
Kay Hutchison is the author of My Life In Thirty Seven Therapies: From Yoga To Hypnosis and Why Voodoo is Never the Answer (UK Belle Media print version & US audio release, spring 2020) She is a content creator with extensive experience in radio, television and publishing. After gaining her BMus and MA in music at Glasgow University, she joined Decca Records in London and then BBC Radio as a Producer. Kay moved across to television with Channel 4 and went on to lead the launch teams for Disney TV and Channel Five. In the build-up to the 2012 London Olympics, she successfully led the legacy partnership that delivered a long-term future for the multi-million-pound Olympics Broadcast Centre. Kay founded her own company, Belle Media and launched Belle Kids in 2015, producing multi-platform, conservation-focused content for children.
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April 10, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, April 5, 2020--Guest: Greg Burnett, Encore Fellowship Program
As an Encore Fellow, Greg developed strategic partnerships on behalf of the Salvation Army of Stamford and Norwalk, CT to increase local funding and potential donor pool. His personal experience as a fellow informs his work as the New York Encore Fellowship Program Director, where he will continue to build and strengthen the current Encore Fellowships program. He will also help to build broader corporate and NGO partnerships and advance effective collaboration across the network of Encore Fellow programs. Greg has over 35 years of proven technical and managerial experience as a corporate business professional with IBM. Several of those years were focused on driving the strategic processes to identify and place the right executive talent in the right assignment at the right time. Greg is an active member of his community, serving in elected and appointed capacities on the City Council and Board of Education. His goal is to make each day an opportunity to make a positive difference.
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April 03, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, March 22, 2020--Guest: Peter Anderson, Hotels, Spas & Corona
Peter Anderson is a lecturer at the Collins School of Hospitality Management. His background of consulting to the hospitality and spa industry for the last 20 years positions him to support the lodging disciplines taught at the Collins College. Mr. Anderson also sits on the board of advisors for the Medical Spa Management program taught at the University of California - Irvine. He teaches spa operations and spa development/finance in this extension program. Mr. Anderson’s teaching and consulting has included engagements throughout North America, Mexico, Caribbean, and Hawaii. Positions that Peter has held in industry include president and principal of Anderson and Associates, Vice President at PKF Consulting, and manger of Deloitte & Touche’s LLC’s Los Angeles based hospitality consulting practice. Mr. Anderson started his career as a consultant with Laventhol and Horwath.
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March 27, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, March 15, 2020--Guest: Dr. Cathy Goldstein, Sleep Disorders
Dr. Cathy Goldstein is faculty in the Sleep Disorders Center where she evaluates and treats patients with various conditions such as obstructive sleep apnea, insomnia, restless legs syndrome, and circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorders. Her research interests include the interface of sleep disruption with health conditions such as infertility and gastrointestinal disease. She also does work in the development of methods to assess sleep and circadian rhythms in the ambulatory, day-to-day setting.
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March 13, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, March 8, 2020--Guest: Eric Rice, Quanta CDB
Eric Rice, Quanta CEO and Chairman, is a leading American entrepreneur. A former professional baseball player, he started his business career in Chicago in wealth management and high-net-worth financial advising before spending more than a decade building businesses at the nexus of AI machine learning and advertising technology. Along the way, he worked with founders across multiple sectors to create profitable, enduring enterprises, demonstrating a keen eye for the nuances of markets and corresponding growth opportunities.  In 2013, he cofounded 25 Ventures, a venture studio that developed multiple successful companies in the fields of media and technology, and made him a sought-after partner for start-ups and established businesses around the globe. With its world-changing ambitions, Quanta represents the culmination of Eric’s years of insight and experience, merging his market acumen with his longstanding interest in the applied sciences.  He lives in Burbank with his wife and two children, and still finds time to make it to the batting cages.
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March 05, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, March 1, 2020--Guest: Dr. Erika Schwartz, Hormone and Biomedical Treatments
Dr. Erika Schwartz takes the best of conventional and integrative medicine and applies them to preventing disease. For more than 20 years, Dr. Erika has been at the forefront of advanced patient care. She was one of the first doctors in the US to treat patients with bio-identical hormones, conduct biomarker testing, and to administer preventative IVs. She continues to deliver cutting edge care to all of her patients in a warm, friendly office. For Dr. Erika, work is pure joy, her legacy is to improve health care for the individual and remove fear and arrogance from the system.
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February 28, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, February 21, 2020--Guest: Sonja Haggert, "Invest, Reinvest, Rest"
Sonja M. Haggert is an independent investor who credits her ability to retire early (at 51) with learning about investing from her father-in-law. She is passionate that everyone, especially women, acquire a basic knowledge of the topic. Sonja graduated from Villanova University with a BS in Business Administration. She had a varied career starting in retailing and culminating in becoming Vice-President and General Manager of The Keystone Filter Division of Met-Pro Corporation, a local manufacturing company that has since come under new ownership. Her book, “Invest, Reinvest, Rest: Investment Advice for all Generations” https://amzn.to/2RV8XNl is a primer on how to get started. Her blog, “Invest Reinvest Rest” and her newsletter, “Simplified Investing for Smart People” provide an unintimidating forum for asking questions and initiating discussion.
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February 21, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, February 9, 2020--Guest: Sara Zeff Geber, Solo Aging
Dr. Sara Zeff Geber is a recent recipient of the “2018 Influencers in Aging” designation by PBS’ Next Avenue. She is an author, certified retirement coach, and professional speaker on retirement and aging.  She has developed a niche specialty as an expert in “Solo Aging,” guiding people who have no children or who are aging alone to have a safe and fulfilling life in their retirement years. Dr. Geber is the author of the 2018 book, Essential Retirement Planning for Solo Agers: A Retirement and Aging Roadmap for Single and Childless Adults, which was selected as a “best book on aging well” by the Wall Street Journal. With her speaking and writing, Sara has been raising awareness of Solo Agers for the past 10 years. She believes Solo Agers have unique needs in later life that warrant greater foresight and a more robust approach to planning.
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February 14, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, February 9, 2020--Guests: Erin McHugh & Emily Lucchetti, So Who's Counting
Emily Luchetti is a James Beard Award-winning pastry chef, and Chief Pastry Officer of San Francisco’s Big Night Restaurant Group. She has helped define what great pastry in America means, partly as a cookbook author, and through her three decades in the business of desserts, both as a chef and as a teacher and mentor to chefs and restauranteurs. Erin McHugh is an award-winning author of more than two dozen books of popular nonfiction, history, inspiration, humor, and children’s books. She is a former publishing industry and advertising executive who start- ed a second career as a bookseller and author in her mid-fifties. Emily and Erin met in a milestone year, when Emily turned 60, and Erin, 65. Together, they are exploring what it’s like getting older today, where people like themselves prefer rock ’n roll to rocking chairs, and get up every day looking forward to reinvention, not retirement. They’re thinking about smart aging, and they want to spread the word.
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February 07, 2020
Generation Bold Radio--February 2, 2020 Guest: John Webb, Medication Call Reminder
John L. Webb, Jr. is the founder of Medication Call Reminder and a seasoned professional with a unique combination of work in both the private and public sectors. John’s experiences in Employee Assistance sales and marketing, medical social work in home health care, hospital discharge planning and care management led to a second career as an entrepreneur. As a long distance caregiver, it was a heartfelt response to concerns for John's mother to remember to take her medication as prescribed that led to the creation of Medication Call Reminder, an automated voice phone call and text message service to remind elderly people, in particular, to take the right medication, at the right time. Notification of the persons' intent to take their medication is immediately sent to the caregiver or health care provider by phone, text or email.
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February 01, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, January 26, 2020--Guest: Cynthia Stuen, International Federation on Ageing
Dr Cynthia Stuen is the Main Representative to the United Nations on behalf of the IFA. She is currently the Chair of the NGO Committee on Ageing (New York), having served as vice chair from 2015-2019. She was co-chair of the International Day of Older Persons 2015 event at the UN, and also covers the issues of the NGO Committee on the Status of Women. Dr Stuen is a Past Chair of the American Society on Aging (ASA), the largest organization of professionals in the field of ageing in the US. She is a Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America and also the NY Academy of Medicine. She is a past chair of the State Society on Aging of New York. Her entire professional career has been in the field of ageing. Dr Stuen chaired the NASW Specialty Practice on Aging 2003-2005 and recently served on the NASW Task Force to develop practice guidelines for caregivers of older adults.
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January 24, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, January 19, 2020--Guest: Sidney Kess, CPA
Sidney Kess, of Counsel to Kostelanetz & Fink, LLP and a Senior Consultant at Citrin Cooperman & Co., is a nationally renowned tax expert and author/coauthor of hundreds of tax books on financial and estate planning. He has written hundreds of AICPA tax workshops, audio and video programs, and is the recipient of the AICPA Distinguished Lecturer Award. Mr. Kess is often quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and other national publications. He was included in Accounting Today’s “100 Most Influential CPAs in the U.S.” as well as CPA Magazine’s “Most Influential CPAs in the U.S.” Mr. Kess is the recipient of the AICPA’s “Special Recognition Award” for his many years of contributions to the AICPA’s Continuing Professional Education program and was elected to the Estate Planning Hall of Fame by the National Association of Estate Planners and Councils for his distinguished service in the field of estate planning. He also received the AICPA’s Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Service (the highest award in the CPA profession), and was named the 2015 winner of the New York State CPA Society’s Dr. Emanuel Saxe Outstanding CPA in Education Award. Mr. Kess most recently was honored with the AICPA 2016 PFP Distinguished Service Award, which is granted annually to a member whose volunteer efforts have made significant contributions to the growth and advancement of the personal financial planning profession. Mr. Kess received his JD from Harvard University School of Law, LLM from New York University Graduate School of Law and BBA from Baruch College.
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January 17, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, January 12, 2020--Guest: Mark LaClaire, Cresswind & Kolter Homes
As Director of Lifestyle, Mark is focused on enhancing our customer’s lifestyle experience at all Cresswind and Kolter Homes communities. Mark supports our leadership team in providing Amenity-rich Environments, one of Kolter Homes four brand pillars. He plans and delivers Award-winning lifestyle programming at all Cresswind communities. In 2017, Mark earned Silver Honors as “55+ Lifestyle Director of the Year” by the National Association of Home Builders.
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January 15, 2020
Generation Bold Radio, January 5, 2020--Guest: David Cunic, The Cannabis Industry
David M. Cunic is a licensed physical therapist, business consultant, certified leadership coach, and cannabis industry expert. He has been involved in the cannabis testing lab sector for over six years and teaches medical professionals as well as the public U.C.S.: Use Cannabis Safely. David has been involved in the cannabis industry for over six years and he quickly made his mark; he is one of the original pioneers in the toughest testing lab market in the US.  David has consulted with many start up cannabis companies helping them grow into today’s cannabis goliaths.  He has also worked with several SME’s cannabis executives ensuring and enhancing their success within their respected focus, ranging from testing labs, growers, dispensaries, and numerous ancillary services.  A unique aspect of David is his vast knowledge of the rules and regulations regarding cannabis as they vary from state to state, he has worked with companies in over eleven different states. David empowers and educates private investors, real estate owners, farmers, physicians, and more, on smart and safe ways to get involved in this ever-changing sector. He has been featured onMSNBC, USA Today, Marijuana Business Magazine, Cannabis Business Times.
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January 03, 2020
Generation Bold Radio--December 20, 2015, Guest: Rich Little, Legendary Impressionist
 Born in Canada, Rich Little got his start just like almost every other comic of his time - night clubs. he was a very popular comic in these clubs, but if there was one thing Rich was best known for, it was impersonations. He studied the voices of many stars his whole life, stars like James Stewart, Johnny Carson, Don Rickles, Dean Martin, Truman Capoteand George Burns. In the late 1960s, Rich was dubbed "the best impressionist in the world." During the 1970s, however, a rivalry began between him and fellow impressionist Frank Gorshin, who is five years older. Ultimately, Rich overpowered Gorshin and remained the best impressionist in the world. In 1973 Rich became more associated with Dean Martin and made countless appearances on the "Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts," honoring most of the people he impersonated. 
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December 29, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, December 22, 2019--Guest: Dr. Alexander Fleming, Kinexum
Dr. Alexander Fleming is Founder and Executive Chairman of Kinexum. He is also President and Chief Executive Officer of Tolerion, a biotechnology company developing disease-modifying treatments for type 1 diabetes and other autoimmune diseases. Dr. Fleming received his M.D. and internal medicine training from Emory. He completed fellowship training in endocrinology at Vanderbilt and metabolism at National Institutes of Health, where he was a senior fellow. Dr. Fleming coined the term "Metabesity," which refers to the constellation of cancer, heart and neurologic diseases, diabetes, and the aging process itself, all of which share common metabolic root causes and potential preventive therapies. He organized the first Congress on Metabesity in London in October 2017, which will be followed by the second Congress in Washington, D.C., in 2019.
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December 20, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, December 15, 2019--Guest: Heidi Wagner, The Passions Project
For 15 years, Colorado based photographer Heidi Wagner has used her camera to look closely at extraordinary people of all ages. Since 2013, Heidi Wagner has made The Passions Project the central focus of her creative work. Through The Passions Project, Heidi finds a platform to share the beauty and vitality she sees in people who are living their life to the fullest and following their passion: “When you see someone doing what they love to do, you no longer see their age. You see their passion.” Wagner captures images of older adults through striking photographs that portray the beauty of aging while redefining our ideas about what it means to get older. Through photographing her subjects in the midst of actively living out their passions, Wagner shares a new and different perspective on aging. Instead of looking back at life as something that’s passed, she looks at life as an exciting time filled with vitality and wellness where each day has purpose and meaning.
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December 13, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, December 8, 2019--Guest: Amy Jeffs, Status Solutions
Amy Jeffs currently serves as Vice President of Status Solutions, and has held various positions within the mission-based organization for the past 13 years. Her primary duties include assisting Status Solutions' Founder and President with developing and implementing the company's overall go-to-market strategy. Her past experience includes 20+ years of technology business and marketing at start-ups up to Fortune 500 companies. Status Solutions, is a situational awareness technology company that improves senior care. It allows facility managers access to data for staff, residents, and family members. Family members are able to receive alarm notifications, communication directly with staff and family, and most importantly the peace of mind knowing their loved one is well taken care of. By having a comprehensive dashboard, facility managers are able to see patterns and identify opportunities for improvement, such as utilizing the mood tracking feature to identify health trends in their family members and help predict future behavior.
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December 06, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, December 1, 2019--Guest: Angelica Disanza, Fifteen Year Old Intergenerational Relationship Advocate
Angelica Disanza is Miss Northern Lakes’ Outstanding Teen 2018. Her platform is “Generation Connection” fostering friendships between generations and has written a children’s story entitled, “A Different Kind of Crown.” based on a personal experience where she encourages children at a younger age to see the value of making friendships with seniors. She regularly visits nursing homes and senior centers to interact with the residents (who have silver hair crowns) and bring a smile to their faces. Angelica played “Jesus Loves Me” on the harp as well as other songs that were beautiful to listen to.  Angelica believes that her generation will gain so much wisdom and knowledge from the life experience of seniors.
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November 29, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, November 24, 2019--Guest: Dr. Michael Blackman, AllScripts Care in Motion
Dr. Michael Blackman joined Allscripts from McKesson and now provides medical leadership across the Allscripts CareInMotion suite. Passionate about looking for methods to improve care, he has worked with multiple hospitals and health systems to improve how EHRs are used to both advance patient outcomes and improve clinician workflow. Additionally, he was a leader in the early work to enable widespread use of electronic prescribing of controlled substances (EPCS). A former assistant professor of medicine at the University of Massachusetts School of Medicine, Dr. Blackman holds an MD from Brown University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Michigan. He completed his residency in internal medicine and pediatrics at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital.
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November 22, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, November 17, 2019--Guest: Chris Brickler, Mynd VR, Virtual Reality
Chris Brickler is CEO and Co-Founder of MyndVR, a national health and wellness company pioneering a new network of Virtual Reality experiences to improve the cognitive health and happiness of our aging population. In addition to an expansive library of VR content and original programming designed for recreational and therapeutic effects, MyndVR is also working with leading US universities and researchers to study the potential health benefits of VR for our dynamic and aging population.
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November 15, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, November 10, 2019--Guest: Dr. Rachel Wu, Advances in Adult Learning
Dr. Rachel Wu is a developmental cognitive neuroscientist investigating attending to and learning relevant information across the lifespan. Her EEG and behavioral research from infancy to aging adulthood investigates how learner factors, (e.g., prior knowledge, learning approach) and environmental factors (e.g., scaffolding) facilitate the selection of relevant information to promote new learning in some contexts, while being detrimental to new learning in other  contexts. Cross-pollinating child development and aging research has the potential to promote cognitive growth across the lifespan.
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November 08, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, October 27, 2019--Guest: Scott Moody, Senior Tech
Scott Moody is the co-founder and CEO of K4Connect, a mission-centered technology company creating solutions that serve and empower older adults and individuals living with disabilities. Moody previously was the co-founder and CEO of AuthenTec, the only public company ever acquired by Apple and its technologies led to the introduction of the Touch ID. Although Scott had retired, it was on a trip to Rwanda that he was inspired to start another company, but only when he met someone that had MS that he realized that the technologies they were developing could make a real difference in the lives of those the company now serves.
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October 25, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, October 20, 2019--Guest: Kate McKay, Transformational Aging
Kate McKay is a multi-million-dollar business owner, international best-selling author, TV personality, transformational speaker, strategic business consultant, and health and wellness expert. Kate is the author of Living Sexy Fit… At Any Age, featured in Family Circle. Kate has been a contributor to Entrepreneur, New York Smash, and Golf Magazine. She is also a monthly contributor to the Eagle Tribune in New England on health, wellness, and living a life of prosperity.
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October 18, 2019
Generation Bold Radio,October 13--Guest: Jordan Goodman,America's Money Answer Man
Jordan Goodman is “America’s Money Answers Man” and a nationally-recognized expert on personal finance. He is a regular guest on numerous radio and television call-in shows across the country, answering questions on personal financial topics. He appears frequently on The View, Fox News Network, Fox Business Network, CNN, CNBC and CBS evening news. For 18 years, Jordan was on the editorial staff of Money magazine, where he served as Wall Street correspondent. While at Money, he reported and wrote on virtually every aspect of personal finance. In addition, he served as weekly financial analyst on NBC News at Sunrise for 9 years and the daily business news commentator on Mutual Broadcasting System’s America in the Morning show for 8 years. He is the author / co-author of 13 best-selling books on personal finance including Master Your Debt Fast Profits in Hard Times, Everyone’s Money Book, Master Your Money Type, Barron’s Dictionary of Finance and Investment Terms and Barron’s Finance and Investment Handbook. He has also written 6 special focus editions of Everyone’s Money Book on College, Credit, Financial Planning, Real Estate, Retirement Planning and Stocks, Bonds and Mutual Funds. Jordan is also a speaker and seminar leader on personal finance topics for business executives, students, associations, investment clubs, employees and others. 
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October 14, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, October 6, 2019--Guest: Sue Johansen, A Place for Mom
Sue Johansen, vice president of partner services with A Place for Mom. A Place for Mom was founded 15 years ago to help families navigate the maze of senior housing options. Since then, A Place for Mom has grown to become the largest senior living referral service in the U.S. and Canada. Although our company name focuses on "mom," we help dad too! As well as uncles, aunts, brothers and sisters - anyone who is faced with finding the best senior living options for their loved ones.
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October 04, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, September 29, 2019--Guest: Dr. Aubrey De Grey, Ending Aging--Rejuvenation Breakthroughs
Aubrey De Grey is known for his view that medical technology may enable human beings alive today not to die from age-related causes. He is also an amateur mathematician who has contributed to the study of the Hadwiger–Nelson problem. His research focuses on whether regenerative medicine can prevent the aging process. He works on the development of what he calls "Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence" (SENS), a collection of proposed techniques to rejuvenate the human body and stop aging. To this end, he has identified seven types of molecular and cellular damage caused by essential metabolic processes. SENS is a proposed panel of therapies designed to repair this damage.
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September 27, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, September 22, 2019--Guest: Dr. Majid Sadigh, Global Health Program & Kilimanjaro Climb
In 2012, the Global Health Program was established through the Western Connecticut Health Network (WCHN) in conjunction with the Larner College of Medicine, strengthening an already flourishing relationship with the College that sends dozens of medical students to Danbury Hospital each year for clinical rotations. The exchange of knowledge between WCHN and the Larner College of Medicine has fostered the rapid growth of the Global Health Program. The Kilimanjaro Climb was led by Dr. Majid Sadigh, the Christian J. Trefz Family Endowed Chair in Global Health at WCHN, and the Director of Global Health at the University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine, along with his daughters, Katrin and Mitra. They began their climb on July 28.
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September 23, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, September 22, 2019--Guest: Dr. Kerry Burnight, "Aging with Technical Dignity"
Dr. Kerry is currently the Chief Gerontologist at GrandPad, a technology company that makes a simplified tablet for older adults. Prior to joining the private sector, Dr. Kerry served as a Professor of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology at the University of California Irvine for 20 years. She founded the first Elder Abuse Forensic Center in the nation, as well as non-profit, Ageless Alliance.
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September 23, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, September 15, 2019--Guest: Dr. Michael Lustgarten, Ultimate Nutrition for Ultimate Longevity
Dr. Michael Lustgarten is Scientist II in the Nutrition, Exercise Physiology, and Sarcopenia (NEPS) Laboratory at the HNRCA. His research currently focuses on the role of the gut microbiome and serum metabolome on muscle mass and function in older adults. Dr. Lustgarten has been a guest lecturer at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy on topics such as the gut microbiome, serum metabolome, oxidative stress, exercise, and sarcopenia. He has contributed to 22 publications in leading peer-reviewed journals that have been cited more than 2,000 times, including 14 manuscripts as the first or last author.
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September 13, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, September 8, 2019--Guest: Dr. Martin Tolar, Alzheimers
With the Alzheimer's treatment landscape littered with failed attempts, one small company is taking a radically different approach to fight the disease and is poised to introduce the first viable treatment that slows or even stops it. Targeting people who are genetically at risk for Alzheimer's, Alzheon’s protocol flushes the disease causing toxins from the brain before they build up and cause memory loss. They are treating the underlying cause of the disease, not the symptoms, which is the failed approach of so many big pharma companies. Alzheon CEO is Martin Tolar 
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September 09, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, September 1, 2019--Guest: Susan Weinstock, The Aging Workplace
Susan Weinstock, Vice President of Financial Resilience Programming, is responsible for the overall strategic direction of AARP programs and education competencies to improve the financial security of persons age 50 and older. In this position, she leads AARP’s enterprise-wide efforts on Work and Jobs. 
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September 02, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, August 25, 2019--Guest: Paul McTaggart, Dental Departures
 The rising costs of dental care preventing family members from obtaining the treatment they needed inspired Paul McTaggart to establish Dental Departures – an online company that hooks up global dental providers with patients. Surprised his new wife had not been to a dentist in years because a chef’s salary couldn’t afford it was the motivation for McTaggart to explore inexpensive dental care on the internet. He found a lack of affordable dental care was not just a problem in the US, but in Europe, Australia and New Zealand too. The results also pointed to savings of around 70% in countries including Mexico, Thailand and Hungary – but with scant authoritative information about the quality. With his wife and young family, McTaggart set about finding out, moving to Mexico and then Thailand. Coupled with his background in technology, Dental Departures was born.
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August 26, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, August 18, 2019--Guest: Rosemary Lombardy, "Breaking Bonds"
 Rosemary Lombardy is the founder of Breaking Bonds, a free resource for abused women, and the author of Breaking Bonds: How to Divorce an Abuser and Heal- A Survival Guide. She is a financial advisor with over thirty-five years of experience. Although her professional expertise is in financial matters, her perspective on marital abuse,  divorce, and recovery is deeply heartfelt and holistic. Her intention with Breaking Bonds is to offer a comprehensive plan to foster self-awareness, self-responsibility, empowerment, and critical thinking so that women can break the cycle of abuse in their families and truly heal to transform their lives. 
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August 19, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, August 4, 2019--Guest: Elizabeth Shulman, Alzheimers
Elizabeth Shulman is a writer for Guideposts Magazine’s “Strength and Grace” devotionals for caregivers and author of “Sanctuary in the Midst of Alzheimer’s: A Ministry for Husbands and Wives Caring for a Spouse with Dementia.  
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August 05, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, July 28, 2019--Guest: Danielle Woodruffe, Withit
People of all ages are defying stereotypes of ageism just by being themselves. #WithIt is not about being hip or trendy, or a certain age or time of life. It’s about being who you are and doing what you love. You are invited you to share what aging means to you and hear stories that are changing the conversation about aging in America.
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July 29, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, July 21, 2019--Guest: Joseph Alvaro, "The Lucky Ones"
The Lucky Ones is a life-affirming social and video platform, and online community. It is a digital destination for people to share their inspiring stories of those they’ve loved and lost. Exploring the continuing bonds with that special someone in our lives, The Lucky Ones celebrates our common humanity. 
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July 22, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, July 14, 2019--Guest: Jane Mathews, "The Art of Living Alone and Loving It"
Jane Mathews was born in England, but her career in advertising enabled her to live all over the world (Amsterdam, Chicago, Singapore, London) but now she calls Sydney, Australia home.  When she got divorced several years ago, and unexpectedly found herself living alone, she tried to find a book to help navigate its sometimes treacherous shallows, but couldn't. So she wrote one herself.  "The Art of Living Alone and Loving It" seems to have really resonated with readers and it has been translated into 8 languages. Her premise is that to enjoy living alone you have to examine each aspect of your life and adapt it to solo living accordingly.  You have to course correct and be proactive.  People living alone is the fastest growing demographic in the world.  We are a mighty army, although it doesn't always feel like it, and there remains a stigma to living alone, not to mention the specter of loneliness sulking in the corner.   
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July 15, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, June 30, 2019--Guests: Carol & George Bauer, Philanthropy
At 86, Carol Bauer is still on call around the clock in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Norwalk Hospital in Connecticut.  This fiery and charismatic volunteer and interfaith chaplain spends long days and many late nights supporting families in crisis, advising staff, comforting and cuddling sick babies, and helping parents cope with unimaginable loss. Supporting Norwalk Hospital is a family affair. Carol’s husband, George Bauer, a respected executive who spent more than 30 years with IBM, has served as a member of the Norwalk Hospital Board of Trustees, the Norwalk Hospital Foundation board, and WCHN Board of Directors.
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July 01, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, June 23, 2019--Guest: Adrienne Hart, Rhinestone Grannies
At age 52, Adrienne's 75-year-old mother convinced her to attend a line dance class with her (it was becoming all the rage).  She fell in love with it and within a year began teaching.  Since then she has taught weekly line dance classes for the past 25 years, created and perform with the Rhinestone Grannies dance troupe for the past 20 years.  The Grannies perform over 60 shows a year throughout San Diego County. 
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June 24, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, June 16, 2019--Guest: Louise Aronson, MD, A History of the Present Illness
Louise Aronson, MD, is the author of the story collection A HISTORY OF THE PRESENT ILLNESS and a geriatrician, educator, and professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), where she directs UCSF Medical Humanities. A graduate of Harvard Medical School and the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College, Dr. Aronson has received numerous awards for her medical work, teaching, educational research, and writing. The recipient of a MacDowell fellowship and four Pushcart nominations, her articles and stories have appeared in many publications, including The New York Times, New England Journal of Medicine, Lancet, and Bellevue Literary Review. She lives in San Francisco. 
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June 17, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--June 9, 2019, Adriane's Retirement Presentation: Pending New Legislation
On May 23rd, an Act dubbed S.E.C.U.R.E., Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act, passed the House of Representatives. A nearly identical bill, the Retirement Enhancement Securities Act (RESA), is currently in front of the Senate. The eventual legislation will likely have aspects of both. Whatever the nuances in the ultimate Act, the legislation is the most significant change in retirement-related laws since 2006. 
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June 10, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--June 2, 2019, Phil Southerland, UN Diabetes Bike Ride
Phil Southerland is a global ambassador for diabetes and is committed to educating and empowering the 1.2 billion people across the globe associated with the condition. He serves as the CEO and Co-Founder of Team Novo Nordisk, the world’s first all-diabetes pro cycling team that aims to inspire, educate and empower everyone affected by diabetes, and as President and Founder of the Team Type 1 Foundation, an Atlanta-based non-profit organization dedicated to instilling hope and inspiration in everyone impacted by diabetes. 
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June 03, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, May 30, 2019--Guest: Louise Aronson, MD, A History of the Present Illness
Louise Aronson, MD, is the author of the story collection A HISTORY OF THE PRESENT ILLNESS and a geriatrician, educator, and professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), where she directs UCSF Medical Humanities. A graduate of Harvard Medical School and the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College, Dr. Aronson has received numerous awards for her medical work, teaching, educational research, and writing. The recipient of a MacDowell fellowship and four Pushcart nominations, her articles and stories have appeared in many publications, including The New York Times, New England Journal of Medicine, Lancet, and Bellevue Literary Review. She lives in San Francisco. 
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May 30, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, May 26, 2019--Guest: John Hishta, Senior Vice President AARP-Drug Pricing
John Hishta, AARP Senior VP. John is a nationally recognized political consultant and strategist. He has spent over 30 years advising a variety of political candidates, elected officials, national committees, business groups and advocacy organizations. John came to AARP in May 2011 and leads the department tasked with managing and executing successful issue campaigns at the state and national level on AARP’s top priorities of health and financial security. He has led the association’s winning efforts to stop Congress from making any harmful cuts to Medicare or Social Security, led the campaign to oppose efforts to repeal and replace the ACA, and developed and implemented award winning voter engagement efforts. 
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May 27, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, November 11, 2018--Guest: Rabbi Daniel Cohen, What Will They Say About You When You Are Gone?
Rabbi Cohen is the author of What Will They Say About You When You Are Gone? Creating a Life of Legacy. He is co-host of the nationally syndicated radio show, The Rabbi and the Reverend, with Reverend Greg Doll, writes for the Huffington Post Blog, and is a Bottom Line Inc. Expert. He serves as Senior Rabbi of Congregation Agudath Sholom, the largest modern orthodox synagogue in New England. 
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May 27, 2019
Generation Bold Radio, May 19, 2019--Guest: Maame Gyamfi, Attorney for the AARP-Affordable Care Act Litigation
 AARP is the nation’s largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to empowering people 50 and older to choose how they live as they age. With a nationwide presence and nearly 38 million members, AARP strengthens communities and advocates for what matters most to families: health security, financial stability and personal fulfillment. AARP also produces the nation's largest circulation publications: AARP The Magazine and AARP Bulletin. 
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May 24, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--May 5, 2019, Guests: Tricia Piemental, International Travel and Helen Sullivan, CertiPur-US
IL Portugal Correspondent Tricia Pimental never dreamed she’d see so much of the world when she left her hometown of Brooklyn. She has traveled much of Europe, the U.K., and parts of the Middle East, Africa, Russia, and the Balkans. Since 2012, she and her husband, Keith, have called central Portugal home. The former actress and Toastmaster has written two memoirs and a novel in addition to two books on Portugal.  When you buy products containing certified foam, you can be confident that the flexible polyurethane foam inside meets CertiPUR-US® standards for content, emissions, and durability, and has been analyzed by independent, accredited testing laboratories.
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May 06, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--April 28, 2019, Guest: Shannon Brownlee, Medication Overload
 Senior Vice President of the Lown Institute, Brownlee is author of Overtreated:  Why Too Much Medicine is Making Us Sicker and Poorer, the internationally acclaimed book that launched the movement against unnecessary medical care. Brownlee will discuss the dramatic rise in medication overload among older Americans, the structural and cultural drivers of this growing epidemic, including the role of the pharmaceutical industry, and the effort to catalyze a national strategy to address medication overload. 
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April 29, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--April 21, 2019, Guest Susan Peschin, Aging Research & Alzheimers
Susan Peschin, MHS, is president and CEO at the Alliance for Aging Research.  The Alliance for Aging Research is dedicated to accelerating the pace of scientific discoveries and their application to vastly improve the universal human experience of aging and health. For more than 30 years, the Alliance has guided efforts to substantially increase funding and focus for aging at the NIH, FDA, AHRQ, and CDC; built influential coalitions to guide groundbreaking regulatory improvements for age-related diseases; and created award-winning, high-impact educational materials to improve the health and well-being of older adults and their family caregivers.
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April 22, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--April 14, 2019, Guest: Pat Bohse, Not For Profits
As President of Bohse & Associates, Pat spearheads a team whose mission is to help not for profits change their world. She is a human resource and management consultant with more than three decades of experience working with not for profit organizations and government agencies. Pat is a catalyst for change and a champion for effectiveness and has directed organizations ranging in size from 40 to 500 staff members and she truly believes that an organization's people are its most valuable asset. 
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April 15, 2019
Generation Bold--March 31, 2019, Guest: Dr. Gregory Wiener, Plastic Surgery
Beauty is a personal concept and Dr. Gregory Wiener believes the art of plastic surgery includes establishing a connection with each patient in Chicago, IL. He has built his practice based on thorough communication, as well as technical expertise and artistic vision. 
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April 08, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--April 7, 2019, Guest: Carla Berg, Bouncing Baby Boomer Blog
 Ten years ago,  Carla Berg made a brand out of the notion we could “bounce” through retirement. The typical ads pitched at Boomers back then were about as interesting as “pablum on toast,” she says. A former ad agency owner and newspaper columnist, Carla should know. She has been helping people craft persuasive prose for four decades. She has also had her own ‘bouncing’ career designing solutions for clients in business, politics, law and government. This decade, she has been especially focused on helping doctors and patients communicate. The Blog can be found bouncingboomersblog.com. 
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April 08, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--June 10, 2018, Guest: Dr. Joshua Chodosh, Aging Incubator Project
Joshua Chodosh, MD, MSHS, holds the inaugural endowed Michael L. Freedman Professor of Geriatric Research in the Division of Geriatric Medicine and Palliative Care in the Department of Medicine at NYU School of Medicine. He is Professor of Medicine and Population Health at NYU and Director of the Freedman Program on Aging and Cognition. He is also a core investigator in the VA HSR&D program at the Manhattan VA.  Dr. Chodosh is a former Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar and was on faculty as a Professor of Medicine at UCLA until he was recruited to NY in 2015. He has held a number of leadership roles both regionally and nationally focused on healthcare policy impacting the quality of care for patients with chronic disease, particularly those with dementia. Dr. Chodosh served as Chair of the State of California Alzheimer’s and related Dementias Advisory Committee and co-chaired a statewide effort leading to the California State Plan for Alzheimer’s disease. The California Plan has provided a model for other state plans and the National Alzheimer’s Project Act.   
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April 01, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--August 5, 2018, Guest: Robert Blancato, Elder Law
Bob Blancato is the President of Matz, Blancato and Associates, the National Coordinator of the bipartisan 3000-member Elder Justice Coalition and of the Defeat Malnutrition Today coalition, and the Executive Director of the National Association of Nutrition and Aging Services Programs. Bob has more than 20 years of service in the Congressional and Executive branches, including the senior staff of the U.S. House Select Committee on Aging and an appointment by President Clinton to be Executive Director of the 1995 White House Conference on Aging. Most recently, Bob is the Immediate Past Chair of the Board of the American Society on Aging and on the National Board of AARP. He also serves on the Advisory Panel on Outreach and Education of the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services. He was recently selected by Next Avenue as a 2016 Influencer in Aging. Bob is a contributing blogger to Next Avenue, writing on aging issues. He holds a BA from Georgetown University and an MPA from American University. Bob has won numerous awards for advocacy, including being knighted by the Italian Republic in 2011. 
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April 01, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--May 31, 2015, Guest: Lori Bitter, The Business of Aging
Lori Bitter provides strategic consulting, research and development for companies seeking to engage with mature consumers at The Business of Aging. She serves as publisher of GRAND – the digital magazine for grandparents. Her book, “The Grandparent Economy” is now available at Paramount Market Publishing or on Amazon.com. 
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April 01, 2019
Generation Bold--March 31, 2019, Guest: Dr. Gregory Wiener, Plastic Surgery
Beauty is a personal concept and Dr. Gregory Wiener believes the art of plastic surgery includes establishing a connection with each patient in Chicago, IL. He has built his practice based on thorough communication, as well as technical expertise and artistic vision. 
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April 01, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--February 11, 2018, Guest: Amy Goyer, CareGivers Juggling Life
 AARP’s Family and Caregiving expert and author of "Juggling Life, Work, and Caregiving” is a nationally known expert on aging and families, specializing in family caregiving, grandparenting and multigenerational issues. A caregiver most of her adult life , Amy has spent more than 30 years advocating for and serving older adults and families. A recognized media authority, she has appeared on Good Morning America, Today, CBS This Morning and numerous other broadcast and print media outlets. Follow Amy's blog and videos (below) and connect with Amy on Twitter @amygoyer, Facebook and LinkedIn. 
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March 27, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--November 11, 2018, Guest: Rabbi Daniel Cohen, Living an Inspired Life
 Rabbi Cohen shares his unique blend of wisdom and spiritual insight. In a world in flux, Rabbi Cohen’s engaging and captivating style draws on timeless stories and strategies enabling you to maximize every moment while leading a life of impact and legacy. His personal experience as a Rabbi, sharing hundreds of life-affirming moments from birth to death, combined with his humor and humanity, provide him with a compelling narrative and navigational guide for your life. Rabbi Cohen is the author of What Will They Say About You When You Are Gone? Creating a Life of Legacy. He is co-host of the nationally syndicated radio show, The Rabbi and the Reverend, with Reverend Greg Doll, writes for the Huffington Post Blog, and is a Bottom Line Inc. Expert. He serves as Senior Rabbi of Congregation Agudath Sholom, the largest modern orthodox synagogue in New England. 
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March 27, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--May 29, 2015, Guest: Dennis Freed, Love Loss & Awakening
Dennis P. Freed is a native of Brooklyn, New York, and grew up in Oceanside, Long Island, where he later raised his family. He earned a BS in Civil Engineering at the University of Rhode Island. After a stint as a structural engineer, he entered the Construction Management and Development profession in New York City where he has led teams to construct and develop over sixty-five buildings. He is currently Principal at Dennis Freed Consulting. Also a visiting professor at Pratt University and Columbia University in New York, he teaches Construction Management to architecture and graduate real estate students. When he’s not writing, Dennis enjoys playing ice hockey, model railroading, hiking, skiing, scuba diving, and playing Native American flutes.
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March 27, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--April 12, 2015, Guest: Beatty Cohan, Senior Sex
Beatty Cohan has been practicing psychotherapy and sex therapy for over 35 years -- treating adolescents and adults of all ages and stages in life whose problems include: depression, anxiety, early childhood sexual abuse, addictions of every kind and relationship and sexual problems. Beatty lives in New York City and has offices in Sarasota, New York City and East Hampton.          As a result of her clinical practice working with individuals and couples who were experiencing relationship problems, she wrote a ground-breaking book, For Better, For Worse Forever:  Discover the Path to Lasting Love (1999, 3rd. ed. 2008) developing a methodological guideline that has been used successfully by thousands of men and women for assessing potential long-term relationships.
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March 27, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--September 4, 2016, Guest: Victoria Berg, Cruising from England
 Cruise & Maritime Voyages is Britain's leading independent cruise line and 2018 heralds our ninth year of operating no-fly cruises from a choice of 11 UK ports. Smaller more intimate ships offer a leisurely and traditional home from home country house style of cruising with the emphasis very much on personal service and going that extra mile. That’s why over 40% of CMVs passengers cruise with them again and again and why over 95% of guests are satisfied and enjoy their cruising experience with CMV. 
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March 27, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--November 18, 2018, Guest: Diana Nyad, Walking with a Legend
 On September 2, 2013, at the age of sixty-four, Diana Nyad became the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without the aid of a shark cage, swimming 111 miles in fifty-three hours from Havana to Key West. In the 1970s, she became known as the world’s greatest long distance swimmer with her open-water achievments, including a record-breaking swim around Manhattan. For the next thirty years, Nyad was a prominent sports broadcaster and journalist, filing compelling stories for National Public Radio, ABC’S Wide World of Sports, and others. She is the author of the upcoming memoir, Find a Way, and three other books, is a national fitness icon, is a talented linguist, and is one of today’s most powerful and engaging public speakers. 
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March 27, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--March 24, 2019--Guest: Frank Figliomeni, Robots
 Javian Robotic Resources is a company that consults, develops, innovates and integrates the latest Humanoid & Industrial Robotics available. Janvian's mission is to update the human resource aspects of each company by bringing humanoid robotics to create efficiency, continuity, and reliability. 
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March 26, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--February 24, 2019--Guest: Bob Bacheler, Medical Transportation
 Flying Angels provide non-emergency medical transport anywhere in the world on commercial airlines with a Flight Nurse. A Flight Coordinator handles the logistics. The client receives care during the entire transport – bedside to bedside. 
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March 26, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--March 3, 2019, Trish Biegner, Care Facilities
 Life Care Centers of America is more than just nursing homes. While skilled nursing and long-term care are central to Life Care's services, Life Care also offers premier inpatient and outpatient short-term rehabilitation, post-acute short-term rehabilitation and post-operative recovery; many facilities offer on-site physicians to serve residents and patients. 
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March 26, 2019
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March 13, 2019
Generation Bold Radio--March 10, 2019, Zainab Ali, Seniors in Film
Today's Guest: Zainab Ali, Zag Media Productions Zainab “Z” Ali is principal in ZAG Media Productions. She is a producer of independent film and television with a background as a senior recruiter consultant for major corporations including Gap Inc., Charles Schwab, and Lucasfilm. A lifelong film enthusiast, Z's goal is to inspire cinematographers, writers, directors, and investors to collaborate on stories that transcend boundaries. Her credits include: executive producer on SUGARCOATED, a comedy-drama (now in pre-production); line producer for the horror short DANGER WORD (currently airing on the ASPiRE network); and executive producer of DEATH IN THE FAMILY, which earned the Silver Award at the Philadelphia International Film Festival. 
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March 12, 2019