Recognized globally as a pioneering senior and intergenerational entrepreneurship expert, Elizabeth is leading the transformation of the culture of ageing and retirement.
Her passion to ignite an Experienced Economy™ by unleashing the potential of 50+ year-olds to drive economic markets and generate social and environmental impact is grounded in data and metrics.
Elizabeth is part of the experienced economy. As a septuagenarian, she founded The Global Institute for Experienced Entrepreneurship, a comprehensive, cross-sector (business, government, education and research) ecosystem to support cross-generational experience and entrepreneurship.
Elizabeth is a trusted adviser for the White House, Congress, the European Union (EU), the US State Department, i4J (Vint Cerf and David Nordfors' Innovation for Jobs), the Clinton Global Initiative and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), as well as many other governments, universities, private sector corporations and NGOs worldwide.
- The silver (experienced) economy
- Equal opportunity for women in the workforce, entrepreneurship and retirement
- Senior and intergenerational entrepreneurship
- Catalyzing intergenerational experience in the workplace and new business start-ups
- Re-designing the 21st century workforce
|2012 -||Founder and CEO, The Global Institute for Experienced Entrepreneurship|
|2011 -||Senior Fellow, Social Innovation, Babson College|
|2009 -||Author, Oxford University Press, and many other journals|
- What Is the Age of Experience? How do we design it to shape a 21st Century Experienced Economy? Pratt Institute Strategic Design Review, Catalyst
- Forget Rocking Chairs - Today's Seniors Are Rocking the Economy BRW Australia
- Senior Entrepreneurship: The New Normal Public Policy & Aging Report, Oxford University Press