LeadingAge 2021 Leadership Summit is Cancelled, But Virtual Leadership Learning Continues
(Updated: January 15, 2021)
After careful consideration, LeadingAge has decided to cancel the 2021 Leadership Summit scheduled for April. The past year has been a tremendously difficult time for all of us individually and for our organizations. While we can’t yet meet in person, LeadingAge will continue to offer members educational and leadership opportunities to address the current realities in our field. Over the next several months, we will offer a variety of virtual leadership events, beginning with the following.
2021 Policy Action Forum (recording available for LeadingAge members only)
Wednesday, January 27 at 2p.m. ET
This members-only forum offers you an inside view of how politics and the transition will influence how progress gets made in Washington. You’ll also hear from national LeadingAge leadership about the path for advocacy and policy in the year ahead.
CEO/ED Roundtable: Ethics and Equity in a Pandemic
Thursday, February 25 at 11:30 a.m. ET
This highly interactive event will address the ethical impact of the coronavirus pandemic on aging services and society in general. Ethics expert Dr. Michael Gillette will help us explore equity issues, allocation challenges and the tension between individual autonomy public health.
Shared Learning: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion—A Way Forward
Tuesday, March 23 at 1:00 p.m. ET
This highly interactive event, with Ayana King, will explore tangible ways LeadingAge member organizations are embracing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and making inroads to impact change within the aging services community.
Virtual Lobby Day
Wednesday, April 21
Every year LeadingAge members have the opportunity to visit with their lawmakers on Capitol Hill. This year with a new administration and critical policies needing our member’s input, it is a leadership imperative. Stay tuned for more details on this virtual Lobby Day - registration opens soon.