New Teleseminar – The Elephant in the Room: Growing Older in Today\’s World
The Elephant in the Room: Growing Older in Today\’s World
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
11:00 am EST
Emily W. Upham and Linda Gravenson
Emily Upham, author of the book, In the Fullness of Time, is a pianist, a native of Connecticut and was a student of Donald Currier of the Yale School of Music. She began her performance career at an early age as a winner of the William Inglis Morse prize for Music. After graduating from Sarah Lawrence College, her subsequent training, in Paris with Reine Gianoli and Nadia Boulanger, and in New York at the Manhattan and Juilliard Schools, has led her to coach and accompany singers of classical music in concert both in the US and abroad, and to found the vocal performance group ArtSong Nouveau.
Emily has been active as a French interpreter for the U.S. State Department. She has also studied at the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis and practices as a certified coach to help people define and achieve their goals. She lives in the Hudson Valley with her husband and their many animals, and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit Emily at her website.
Linda Gravenson, co-editor of In the Fullness of Time, was raised in New York\’s Greenwich Village. After graduating from Sarah Lawrence College, she was a researcher, editor and free lance writer for Esquire, Fawcett Publications and other magazines – interviewing Philip Roth, Lotte Lenya, Gunter Grass and Anthony Quinn, among others. She was the American Correspondent for the German monthly Twen, and spent several years in West Berlin. When she returned to New York, she continued free lance editing and writing. Her son, Nick, introduced her to Ojai, California, where she now lives part of the year.The rest is spent in New York\’s Hudson Valley. In both places, she is a free lance editor and conducts writing workshops. She is working on a memoir.
Here are just a few items our guests will cover:
- Women and aging
- Can loss and change can be uplifting
- Challenges for women in older age
- How women handle aging differently than men
- Creating new habits to serve you better
Join our guests as they offer fresh and new perspectives on the subject of aging. Got questions? Email Anne Holmesat email@example.com prior to July 28, 2010.
Actively involved with a number of Boomer-focused organizations and committees, Anne keeps a steady finger on the pulse of this still-spirited generation, with the goal of helping us all to enjoy life, stay healthy and continue to live lives that are rich in every sense of the word. Beyond that, Anne is dedicated to helping facilitate the positive interaction between Baby Boomers and the hard-working younger generations who are readying themselves to “take the world’s reins” and continue our efforts to move society in a positive direction.