Avivah Wittenberg-Cox Clarifies How Living and Working Longer Impacts Societal Needs and Goals

In Aging, gender equality, Podcast by Mary Kurek

Frontrunners PodcastAvivah Wittenberg-Cox is an expert in gender and generational balance using a longevity lens backed by quality data. As the CEO of the consultancy, 20-First, Wittenberg-Cox brings forth her own leadership experience and expertise in fields like diversity and inclusion and cultural balance to paint a global picture of current and projected events that can steer us forward in critical areas of social impact. In this episode of Frontrunners Innovate, she shares her viewpoints and some surprising statistics that inform how education, healthcare, workforce, and aging spaces are shaping and where focus and adjustment should become paramount – excellent guidance for those working toward change in these areas.

Meet Avivah Wittenberg-Cox:

Avivah Wittenberg-Cox’s Short Bio:

Avivah is CEO, writer, speaker, coach, consultant, change agent – depending on the call and the context. She is a global expert on 21st century leadership, gender and generational balance, longevity and the future of work and careers. She is a Harvard 2022 Advanced Leadership Fellow and is helping individuals and organisations manage the transitions and extensions of the 2nd and 3rd Quarters of 100-year lives. Themes summarised in her latest graphic book Thriving to 100 – Through Life’s 4 Quarters. She is an Ambassador for the Stanford Center on Longevity, and the Global Peter Drucker Forum, and sits on the Boards of the National Innovation Centre on Ageing (NICA) and the Chartered Management Institute’s ‘Everyone Economy’ Board. She is also an Adjunct Professor at DePaul University in Chicago. In 2023, Avivah was inducted into the Thinkers50 Hall of Fame.

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Longevity Leadership Programme in Lisbon, June 17-21, 2024