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We all have something to learn and something to teach. And that doesn’t stop after the age of 50. In fact, as we age, our propensity to try new things, to embrace failure, and to evolve grows stronger. Just ask AARP Minnesota and Pollen’s cohort of 50 Over 50 honorees who are changing the conversation on aging, making an impact in their communities, and sharing their optimism for the future.
Join AARP Minnesota and Pollen on Tuesday, November 16 for our next 50 Over 50 virtual community event. Diana Pierce, a 2020 50 Over 50 Disruptor and the host of “What’s Next”, will sit down with fellow honorees Gail Chang Bohr, Hope Flanagan, Beth Parkhill, and Diego Vázquez Jr. to dispel the myth that there’s only one path for us once we reach a certain age.
Welcome & Performance 11:30 a.m.
Conversation 11:45 a.m.
Connections 1:00 p.m. (for honorees only)
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Honorable Gail Chang Bohr (ret.), 2016 50 Over 50 Disruptor Honoree
Beth Parkhill, 2020 50 Over 50 Business Honoree
Diego Vázquez Jr., 2020 50 Over 50 Arts Honoree
Moderated by Diana Pierce, 2020 50 Over 50 Disruptor Honoree
Hope Flanagan, 2018 50 Over 50 Disruptor Honoree
With a reading by Marcie Rendon, 2018 Arts Honoree
About 50 Over 50
AARP Minnesota and Pollen's 50 Over 50 list celebrates the hope, resilience, and contributions of those over the age of 50 who work tirelessly to make Minnesota better for all of us.
Since 2016, we’ve honored over 250 individuals from across the state of Minnesota who keep our communities connected, whole, and nourished; strengthen and grow our nonprofit sector; create a thriving culture; steward our economic resources and talent; and infuse the energy of innovation into industries, products, systems, and policies that improve our lives. Learn more about 50 Over 50 at 50over50mn.org.