Understanding The Super Age: Our New Demographic Reality
The world is experiencing a new-found gift of longevity—but there’s work to be done as a society to maximize the ability for all to age well.
Join a lively discussion of The Super Age, a new book that provides leaders with the data, insights, and tangible solutions needed to tap into the moral, economic, and societal benefits of truly embracing our new demographic reality.
BONUS: The first 250 individuals to register for this webinar will receive a free printed copy of The Super Age via mail.
President & CEO
National Council on Aging
As President and CEO of the National Council on Aging, Ramsey Alwin is leading a nationwide movement to ensure equitable aging for every American.
Building on NCOA’s 70 years of service and advocacy for older adults, Alwin is renewing the organization’s commitment to improving the lives of millions, especially those who are struggling. She is sparking critical conversations about the resources every American deserves to age well—and what needs to change to ensure all have access.
A seasoned thought leader and policy advocate, Alwin has changed the way people think about older adult poverty and economic security. She designed a new measure of economic security for older adults that better accounts for out-of-pocket health costs and worked to introduce the Measuring American Poverty Act in Congress to redefine the federal poverty measure for the older population. Thanks to Alwin’s efforts, the U.S. Census Bureau formally implemented the Supplemental Poverty Measure nationwide, virtually doubling the elder poverty count and better demonstrating true needs among this population.
Prior to leading NCOA, Alwin directed financial resilience global thought leadership at AARP and served as Director of National Economic Security Programs at Wider Opportunities for Women. Currently, she serves on the Executive Committee of the UN NGO Committee on Aging, the America250 Health and Wellness Advisory Council, and the National Academy of Social Insurance Finance Committee.
Co-Founder & President
The Super Age
The Super Age™ was founded Bradley Schurman - a demographic futurist and opinion maker on all things dealing with the business of longevity. Schurman is also the author of The Super Age: Decoding our Demographic Destiny, as well as the co-founder and president of KIBA - an inclusive design firm dedicated to improving the built environment, with a focus on housing, hospitality, and the workplace.
Prior to launching his entrepreneurial journey, Schurman worked for AARP where he led global partnerships. He’s responsible for the groundbreaking AARP Aging Readiness and Competitiveness Report, as well as for developing AARP’s relationships with the Asian Development Bank, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), and the World Economic Forum.
Bradley is a social connector who has built his reputation by helping leading organizations harness the economic and social opportunities of our increasingly older and generationally diverse populations. He speaks regularly at in-person events, and his insights regularly inform media, national leaders, and corporate executives in the U.S. and around the world.