Laura Poskin is leading Age-Friendly Greater Pittsburgh, an initiative of Southwestern Pennsylvania Partnership for Aging. She is a gerontologist who started her career as a journalist in New York City writing for national publications such as People and Good Housekeeping, and after hours, volunteering with older adults. For nearly five years, she penned a monthly column for AARP about intergenerational solidarity and livable communities for all ages.
Money & Policy
An insider's tale of making Pittsburgh great for residents of all ages
Work & Purpose
An English professor chose two novels and a play as food for thought
A series on America's first generation aging with HIV/AIDS