2019 Annual Membership Dues Are Now Due!
Our networking and educational meetings for senior-focused professionals are planned for 2019.
Please join us on the following dates at:
Robert and Pearl Seymour Center
Phone: (919) 968-2070
2551 Homestead Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27516
Click here for directions!
Please feel free to bring your business cards and brochures to share at our member table.
We meet on the third Thursday of every other month from 8:30-10:00, with the meetings beginning at 9 am.
Mark Your Calendars for Our 2019 Meetings:
February 21, 2019 –
February Meeting and Breakfast Sponsor is Carver Living Center
Speaker: Judith Sands Presents “Caregiver Grief: What’s That About?”
April 18, 2019 –
April Meeting and Breakfast Sponsor is Nurse Care of NC
Speaker: Michael Zuber CFP®, CTFA, AEP® Presents “The Silent Killer to Retirement Savings”
June 20, 2019 –
June Meeting and Breakfast Sponsor: Hillsborough Wills & Trust, Attorney Colin K. Austin PLLC
Speaker: John Lowe of Seniors Stories Presents “The Benefits of Storytelling for the Elderly”
August Breakfast Sponsor: Anne Edwards, owner of Compassionate Concierge for Seniors, LLC
Speaker: Michael Dunaway of Edward Jones Presents “Living In Retirement….What Happens After the Paycheck Stops?”
October 17, 2019 – Carl Nordgren Presents “Becoming a Creative Genius (again) for Boomers and our older friends” and he will share what he is learning about how changes in our brains are inviting a major creative renewal and offer advice on how to fully benefit from those changes.
Carl Nordgren is a serial entrepreneur, a novelist, a teacher, and a creativity guide.
He was a member of the founding team for Cellular One of the Triangle, was the senior executive of Providence Journal Cellular, a company that built and operated over 20 Cellular One operating companies throughout the Southeast, and was a co-founder and CEO of FGI, a marketing services company that was on INC Magazine’s 100 Fastest Growing Companies two years in a row. He also helped found a semiconductor company, a sport magazine publisher, and was a Partner at Fusion Ventures, a small VC, where he ran their new business incubator that launched 5 businesses in 18 months.
In 2002 Duke asked Nordgren to teach a class on how to start a company. For the next 14 years he taught courses he designed to nearly 2500 students. While some classes were designed to help students become successful entrepreneurs, most were classes designed to help students grow their creative capacity and develop their entrepreneurial instincts and behaviors, qualities important in every activity throughout one’s life.
Recently he discovered research that shows that a 55+ brain is going through biological changes that invite a major creative renewal and is now focusing on “Boomers and our older friends” in his work.
He has published three novels based on his days as a fishing guide in NW Ontario during his high school and college years. Recently ‘Becoming a Creative Genius (again)’ was published.
He lives in Durham with his wife Marie, also an educator and entrepreneur, and they have raised three daughters.
October Breakfast Sponsors: Hannah Shanafelt, Hannah’s Home Health & Care Consulting and Heidi Hackney, The CAN-DO Life Coach
December 12, 2019 – December Holiday Party at Brookdale Durham from 4:00 – 6:00pm. RSVP to Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org