Fatou Ceesay, Cairasu Home Care
Have you checked out our podcast, SuperAgers? Join me to explore healthy aging, amplifying caregiver voices, and raising Alzheimer's awareness. This podcast strives to organically give voice to caregivers, raise awareness about aging issues including dementia, and promote healthy aging. Interviews are conducted with experts in the health and aging industry and caregivers to help educate our community about healthy lifestyles, aging issues, and caregiver experiences and strategies.
Check out our latest episode:
Interview with Jean Ketcham
In this episode, I had a pleasure to interview Ms. Jean Ketcham, the CEO and founder of ‘Aging But DANGEROUS!’, an internationally acclaimed movement of women 50-plus, living life to the fullest, redefining aging, having fun and looking good. Since 2008, Aging But Dangerous has provided women a community for positivity, education, and adventure: from colonoscopy parties, to fashion shows with older adults in mind, to skydiving outings!
Known for her style and encouragement, Ms. Ketcham’s Aging But Dangerous movement has garnered an international fanbase of more than 125,000 people from 50 countries. Tune in for a treat to our conservation
Sharon Brantmeier, Eventus Wealth
Sharon Brantmeier was named to the 2021 Forbes "Best-in-State Wealth Advisors" list. Female advisors on the list in 2021 accounted for 15.3% of those ranked, up from 13.8% the previous year.
Theola Carter, Manager of Policy and Program Improvement, the Tamara D. Grigsby Office for Equity and Inclusion (OEI) Department
On Friday, February 19, Theola had the honor and privilege of portraying Mary McLeod Bethune at the 3rd Annual Black Education Conference. Mary McLeod Bethune was a civil and women's rights advocate and a strong education proponent. She was the founder of Bethune Cookman College and HBCU located in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Eve Galanter, Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation Board
Eve Galanter was interviewed by the Wisconsin State Journal and Isthmus about the newly-created editorial writing and editorial cartoon contests offered under the Wisconsin Civics Games umbrella. Middle and high school students can submit content through May 15.
Roberta Gassman, Honorary Fellow and retired Senior Fellow faculty member of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Social Work.
Roberta Gassman has been elected chair of the Madison Community Foundation Board of Governors which works, with its staff, donors and partners, to invest and leverage its resources to enhance the Madison region through philanthropy and grantmaking in priority areas including Covid recovery, particularly for the most vulnerable, diversity, children and youth, the environment, the arts, community development and non-profit capacity building.
Frances Huntley-Cooper, Program Chair, NAACP ACT-SO
Frances Huntley-Cooper is being featured as part of the "Elevating Equity in Policymaking" series at the UW-Madison La Follette School of Public Policy on April 9. She will discuss her distinguish public service career with students in a moderated conversation.
Martha Sullivan, Founder & President, Provenance Hill Consulting, LLC
Martha Sullivan reflects on the balance family businesses work to find between being a family first family or business first family in her article in Forbes Magazine regarding the Royal Family.