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Julie B. Miller, PhD


As Director of Thought Leadership for Financial Resilience at AARP, Julie Miller, MSW, PhD. seeks to propel new conversations and cultivate partnerships that will challenge the status quo of longevity and empower people to have the financial and economic stability to live longer, healthier lives. Prior to joining AARP, Julie spent a decade as a social science researcher at the MIT AgeLab, where she led translational social science research across key topical areas of longevity planning, caregiving and well-being, housing and home logistics, and transportation and livable communities. As a Rappaport Public Policy Fellow through Harvard University’s Rappaport Institute, Julie supported the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs in its administration of the nation’s first statewide Governor’s Council to Address Aging. Over the past fifteen years, she has served as a lecturer and program coordinator at Northeastern University, Boston University, and UC Berkeley, taught adaptive yoga in a variety of settings, and produced two documentary films centering “Vibrant Aging.” 

Product Type
Webinar

S24-3001 How to Recognize and Deter Financial Exploitation of the Aging Population


Total Credits: 3 including 3 Category I CE

Categories:
3000 Financial Social Work
Instructors:
Sue Rogan, AFC |  Julie B. Miller, PhD
Price:
$70.00 Late Fee - $90.00
Ends 05/08/2024
Date:

Wed, May 22, 2024 - 12:00pm to 03:15pm EDT


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