Julia Schwartz-Leeper

Julia Schwartz-Leeper, LMSW, CYT, is a non-profit leader and social worker, specializing in aging and intergenerational and interagency programs. She has served as the CEO of several community-based non-profits (most recently Meals on Wheels of Rockland) and on several boards and advisory committees in healthcare. Julia is committed to advocating and reframing the way we approach and think about our own and each other’s aging.

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New Views on Key Elder Issues

This course presents fresh views on key Elder issues by national and local guests, who will give talks and hold Q&A sessions. Topics to be covered, among others, are Longevity, Wellness, Economics, and Housing/Living. Speakers will include Karl Pillemer, Cornell University author and gerontologist, and Taylor Patskanick, specialist and researcher at MIT AgeLab. We are also contacting a specialist in NY State elder housing. NEW!


Reframing New Mindsets about Aging, Ageism, and Longevity

From a collection of insights and experiences, you will learn new ways of thinking (mindsets) about the challenges of the increasing number of older people, the rise of ageism, and the issues of well-care and health-care coming from living longer. You will also gain a deeper sense of hope and a more informed way to respond to these concerns.