Boston Bridge Replication Manual

In an effort to promote the great need for innovation and education within the field of aging as well as responding to inquiries for similar organizations, we have developed “Boston Bridge Replication Manual – Professional Development for Emerging Leaders in the Field of Aging“.

It is our desire to share what we have learned with others, furthering our mission of inspiring and invigorating connected, passionate, and informed professionals to take part in the transformation of an aging America.

Feel free to download this manual.

Questions and comments are welcome at info@bostonbridge.org

June 2021: BB Networking

The meeting will be held 6:00pm to 7:30pm on Zoom. RSVP here

You will receive Zoom details when you register.

This year has been an unusual one, and the Boston Bridge Board would like to thank you for your patience and participation as we relied on Zoom for all of our meetings. We recognize that this new format left less opportunity for the networking for which Boston Bridge is known.

This month we will devote our meeting to networking with one another through small breakout sessions. Come ready to chat and make connections!

May 19: Jeff Weiss

The meeting will be held 6:00pm to 7:30pm on Zoom. RSVP here

You will receive Zoom details when you register.

This month we will here from Jeff Weiss, the President and CEO of Age of Majority, a marketing consulting group. Jeff will define Active Aging consumers, a group who spend close to $3 trillion on products and services every year. He will describe the mistaken way society portrays this group and explain why by crushing these myths and breaking the stigma and stereotypes attached to older consumers, there is a significant opportunity to change how society and businesses/organizations see and engage older, active adults so that everyone benefits.

April 21: Elders for Climate Action

The meeting will be held 6:00pm to 7:30pm on Zoom. RSVP here

You will receive Zoom details when you register.

This month we will be joined by elder activists from the Massachusetts chapter of Elders for Climate Action. Tina Grosowsky and Seth Evans will speak about the ECA’s climate change advocacy work, including how they help concerned elders become effective climate change activists and leverage a multigenerational lens in doing their work.