Become An Inaugural Member of the National Advisory Council
Lipscomb University has made a commitment to help find lasting and meaningful solutions to the opportunities presented by the rapidly growing aging population in the United States. Therefore, we have created the School of TransformAging – Leading Transformation of Aging Services.
The School of TransformAging has been designed to achieve five primary objectives:
- Be a neutral convener of conversations of significance regarding aging issues;
- Offer the Nation’s most innovative academic programs in aging services and educate a new workforce who will passionately pursue careers with the aging and demonstrate a holistic skill set;
- Provide useful and timely information and training for both professional and family caregivers;
- Serve as the catalyst for applied research and design for professionals in the field, and
- Transform public policy and public opinion on aging through extensive thought leadership and educational campaigns.
To illustrate the breadth of our work, Lipscomb University partnered with and hosted The Governor’s Summit on Aging – a collaboration of public, private, and nonprofit resources working together to improve the lives of Tennesseans as they age and care for the aging on June 21, 2011. This Summit brought together leaders from over 130 different organizations to discuss ways to make the services to the aging more efficient and effective.
By working together on mutual goals, we can improve the lives of seniors and their caregivers. We want to partner with you as we all strive to transform aging services.
Would you consider becoming an Inaugural Founder of our National Industry Advisory Council by making a $10,000 financial commitment?
As an Inaugural Council Member, your organization will:
- Be recognized as a founding advisory council member of the School of TransformAging on all printed materials and electronic media, including those distributed at the Governor’s Summit on Aging;
- Have representation at exclusive quarterly advisory council meetings during the 2011-12 Academic Year to help shape the School of TransformAging;
- Be showcased through a hyperlinked logo on our School’s website and be recognized by the School of TransformAging in relevant social media networks; and
- Be highlighted in feature and news stories promoted by the School of TransformAging.
We hope you will consider this unique opportunity.