2017 Innovation@50+ Speakers

Day One: Caregiving Health Technology Speakers

Dennis Boyle
Dennis Boyle

Partner
IDEO
www.ideo.com

Dennis Boyle is a Partner and a founding member of IDEO. Based in Palo Alto, he leads the Health and Wellness practice, which works with clients in the medical and consumer health-care industries to develop innovative products and strategies for promoting healthful living and behavior change. Over the course of his IDEO career, he has worked as a design engineer, a project leader, a business relationship leader, a studio leader, and a practice leader. He has helped us build and nurture many key, long-term client relationships, including Silicon Valley tech firms, Fortune 100 consumer businesses, and health-care companies. He has contributed to more than 50 patents.
Brian Dalton
Brian Dalton

Director of Research, Breaking Media
Above the Law

Brian is a graduate of Middlebury College and Fordham Law. He joined Breaking Media in 2011. Before that, he was, among other things, an associate at a Manhattan law firm, a French teacher in Brooklyn, a Peace Corps volunteer in Mali, and a security guard at a water slide park in Albuquerque, NM.
Alex Drane
Alex Drane

Co-Founder
Eliza
www.elizacorp.com

Alexandra is the co-founder and Chairman of the Board of Eliza Corporation, and co-founder of Engage with Grace. She has founded four companies (all boot-strapped), is in the process of starting her fifth, and takes an active role with the non-profits she feels are doing their best to change the world, including two she co-founded. She sits on the Board of Advisors of TEDMED, the Harvard Executive Sleep Council, and is Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees for Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a Harvard Teaching Hospital, in Boston, MA. She is a Governor appointed member of the Board of Directors for the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative, a member of the Board of Directors of the Coalition to Transform Advanced Care (C-TAC), and part of the Health Executive Leadership Network.

Alex was named one of Disruptive Women in Health Care’s Women to Watch in 2014, and one of Boston Globe’s 2013 Top 100 Women Leaders. She appears on Boston Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” and Healthspottr Future Health 100 lists, as well as an inventor on multiple patents.

Matthias Hollwich
Matthias Hollwich

Principal
Hollwich Kushner
www.hwkn.com

Matthias Hollwich, SBA is a registered European Architect who has established himself at the forefront of a new generation of groundbreaking international architects. Matthias believes the key to successful architecture lies in finding new and exciting ways to create dialogue and relationships between people and buildings. He was recently named in Business Insider’s list of the Business Visionaries of 2016, has spoken regularly at events such as TED and PICNIC, and has taught architecture as a visiting Professor at the University of Pennsylvania. Alongside his work with Hollwich Kushner, Matthias is a thought leader on the topic of ‘New Aging’ having developed a number of architectural opportunities and strategies to better accommodate our aging populations, the latter of which are featured in Matthias’ second title ‘New Aging – Live smarter now to live better forever’ published by Penguin Random House in 2016.
Jody Holtzman
Jody Holtzman

Senior Vice President, Market Innovation
AARP
www.aarp.org

Jody Holtzman has over twenty-five years of experience helping companies develop and implement competitive strategies and achieve their strategic market goals, Jody now leads the Market Innovation group for AARP, where he brings a non-traditional perspective to the field of aging shaped by a 20-year career in strategy, innovation, and organizational change.

At AARP, Jody is focused on ways to spark innovation in the market to benefit people over 50. In this role he envisioned and developed the concept of the $7.6 trillion Longevity Economy; co-founded and launched the Longevity Network, www.longevitynetwork.org, with United Healthcare; and, created the Innovation@50+ LivePitch franchise which has attracted over 1,000 applicants and seen 27 out of the first 50 finalists raise over $175 million in venture investment. Jody’s work has been published in Venture Capital Review, the Journal of Business Strategy, Competitive Intelligence Magazine, the Competitive Intelligence Anthology, and Making Cents Out of Knowledge Management. He has a graduate degree in international political economy from the University of Chicago, and is an avid guitar player.

Jo Ann Jenkins
Jo Ann Jenkins

Chief Executive Officer
AARP
www.aarp.org

Since she joined the organization in 2010 and began leading it in 2014, Jenkins has sponsored groundbreaking work to transform AARP into a leader in social change. A fearless champion for innovation and impact, Jenkins is often lauded for her ability to create business opportunity and competitive differentiation. She has been described as a visionary and thought leader, a catalyst for breakthrough results, accelerating progress and contribution while fostering positive relationships inside and outside the organization.

She is the best-selling author of the book, “Disrupt Aging: A Bold New Path to Living Your Best Life at Every Age.”

Richard Lui
Richard Lui

Anchor
MSNBC
www.msnbc.com

Richard Lui is a journalist and news anchor for MSNBC. Prior to this, he became the first Asian American male to anchor a daily, national cable news show in 2007 while at CNN Worldwide. Lui has reported on conflict in the Middle East and Asia, and military veterans and terrorism starting in the first Iraq War, among other seminal events. More recently he reported live from the field at the Paris and San Bernardino attacks and in Ferguson and Baltimore during heightened racial unrest.

Outside of work, Richard travels each week from New York City to San Francisco to care for his father, an Alzheimer’s patient. To highlight and raise awareness of the importance of family caregiving, Richard is an AARP Caregiving Champion and an Alzheimer’s Association Celebrity Champion. Richard is also a
spokesperson for UN Women, ambassador for Plan International’s “Because I Am A Girl Campaign” and for anti-human trafficking group Not for Sale, and Board Advisor for Annie Cannons, an NGO teaching trafficking survivors to become coders. A former businessman and patent holder, Lui often addresses Fortune 500 and Silicon Valley tech firms as a thought leader in media, race and storytelling. He is ranked in the top 1% of social media users by Twitter Counter and was named one of 21 dynamic careers to watch alongside Jay-Z and Sheryl Sandberg by Business Insider.

Day Two: Financial Technology Speakers

Jean Chatzky
Jean Chatzky

Financial Editor
NBC’s TODAY Show
www.jeanchatzky.com

Jean Chatzky, the financial editor for NBC’s TODAY show, is an award-winning personal finance journalist, AARP’s personal finance ambassador and host of the podcast HerMoney with Jean Chatzky on iTunes. Jean is a best-selling author; her most recent books are Operation Money, a free financial guide for military service members and families; and Money Rules: The Simple Path to Lifelong Security. She believes knowing how to manage our money is one of the most important life skills for people at every age and has made it her mission to help simplify money matters, increasing financial literacy both now and for the future. In 2015, Jean teamed up with Time for Kids and The PwC Charitable Foundation to launch Your $, a financial literacy magazine reaching 2 million schoolchildren each month. She lives with her family in Westchester County, New York.
Beth Dumke
Beth Gallagher Dumke

VP, Product Development & Innovation
U.S. Bank
www.usbank.com
@GallagherBeth

Beth has over 14 years of experience in the banking industry. She is currently the Vice President of Product Development and Innovation at U.S. Bank where she leads a team to research, test, and develop solutions for consumer and business banking retail products.
Ken Dychtwald
Ken Dychtwald

CEO and President
Age Wave
www.agewave.com

Over the past 35+ years, Dr. Ken Dychtwald has emerged as North America’s foremost visionary and original thinker regarding the lifestyle, marketing, healthcare, and workforce implications of the age wave. Ken is a psychologist, gerontologist, and best-selling author of 16 books. He is the CEO of Age Wave, a firm created to guide companies and government groups in product/service development for boomers and mature adults. His client list includes over half the Fortune 500, and his explorations and innovative solutions have fertilized and catalyzed a broad spectrum of industry sectors. Through his presentations, his research and consulting initiatives, and his leadership within both the social science and business communities, Ken has dedicated his life to battling ageist stereotypes while promoting a new, vital, and purposeful role for life’s second half.
Tilman Ehrbeck
Tilman Ehrbeck

Partner
Omidyar Network
www.omidyar.com

Tilman Ehrbeck directs several core initiatives at Omidyar Network, a philanthropic investment firm that supports visionary entrepreneurs and their ideas to create opportunities for people to improve their lives.

Ehrbeck brings a quarter century of experience in financial services and inclusive business to his role. Based in Washington, D.C., Ehrbeck is responsible for teams that are advancing empowerment in the areas of financial inclusion, impact investing, and property rights. As the partner directing these areas, he oversees Omidyar Network’s investment relationships with a number of private and public sector organizations around the globe.

Eric Gold
Eric Gold

Behavior Economist
www.linkedin.com/in/eric-gold-66541411/

Eric Gold is a Distinguished Fellow at the Center for Startup Engineering at Georgia Tech. For 10 years, he served as the lead behavioral economist at Fidelity Investments. He has a PhD in Behavioral Decision Theory from Carnegie Mellon University.
Rhian Horgan
Rhian Horgan

Founder & CEO
Kindur
www.kindur.com

Rhian Horgan is the Founder and CEO of Kindur, a financial technology company re-imagining financial wellness during retirement. Kindur is backed by the Anthemis Foundry. Previously, Rhian was a Managing Director at J.P. Morgan Asset Management where she lead global product teams and partnered with financial technology firms.
Gary Koenig
Gary Koenig

Vice President of Financial Security Public Policy Institute
AARP
www.aarp.org

Gary Koenig is Vice President of financial security in AARP’s Public Policy Institute (PPI) and leads AARP’s strategy on Savings and Financial Planning. As Vice President of Financial Security in PPI, Gary leads a team of economists, attorneys, and policy experts who work on economic and consumer security issues. The group analyzes and develops policies related to the financial security of the population ages 50- plus. Gary and his team are particularly concerned with policies that address the challenges people face as they age, including the adequacy of Social Security benefits and retirement savings, older workforce issues, and consumer financial protections.
Jim Marous
Jim Marous

Publisher of the Digital Banking Report
The Financial Brand
www.thefinancialbrand.com

Named as one of the most influential people in banking and a top 5 financial services influencer to follow, Jim Marous is an internationally recognized industry futurist, co-publisher of The Financial Brand and the owner and publisher of the Digital Banking Report. A sought after speaker, author and recognized authority on disruption in the financial services industry, Marous has been featured by international press and has spoken to audiences worldwide. Jim has also advised the White House on banking policy and is followed by more than 150,000 people on Twitter and LinkedIn.
Mark Schwanhausser
Mark Schwanhausser

Director
Omnichannel Financial Services
www.javelinstrategy.com

Mark Schwanhausser is JAVELIN’s Director of Omnichannel Financial Services. Mark strategizes how financial institutions (FIs) can track and serve customers across whatever channels they use, and provide a consistent, integrated brand and user experience. Mark helps banks and credit unions profitably enable customers to monitor and manage their money more intelligently through technology such as online banking, mobile banking, personal finance management, financial alerts, and technologies on the horizon like wearables.

Mark led the development of JAVELIN’s Financial Journey Model, which builds digital banking on a foundation of 10 time-tested personal finance principles, and JAVELIN’s holistic segmentation, which enables FIs to prioritize their investments to serve the critical needs of the profitable Moneyhawks™, high- value Traditionalists, and up-and-coming Emergents. His other work in 2015 has focused on how banks and billers can turn off paper statements by closing the “digital commitment gap,” why digital account opening has reached a tipping point, and how FIs can use alerts and notifications to initiate daily “conversations” with customers.

Dan Veto
Dan Veto

Senior Advisor
Age Wave
www.agewave.com

Dan Veto is a consultant on a professional mission to improve the retirement outlook for each and every American. He has spent over two decades helping large and small organizations understand the impact of increasing longevity on healthy aging, retirement fulfillment and financial security.

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