Intergenerational AI and Communities

ABSTRACT

Intergenerational Appreciative Inquiry in Conversation and in Action celebrates the diversity and generativity of intergenerational conversations. Business, education and communities show what they can achieve by reaching out and connecting with different age groups. They share their successful methods to ‘go between in order to create the beyond’.

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Author: Kristin Bodiford

Kristin is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Dominican University Graduate School of Social Work, Faculty for the MSc in Relational Leading with Taos Institute, and a Taos Institute Associate. She is also Principal of Community Strengths, working with communities to support positive change.E: bodiford@communitystrengths.org/kristin@designingresearch.com 

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Author: Arthur Namara Araali

Namara Araali is a head counselor with the Medical Research Council Unit on HIV/AIDS and director of Health Nest Uganda that addresses issues of older persons and orphans under their care. He is also a Minister for Foreign Affairs under Tooro Kingdom, a cultural Institution in Uganda.arthurnamara@yahoo.com

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Author: Donna Butts

Donna Butts is the executive director of Generations United , a position she has held since 1997. She is a graduate of Stanford University’s Executive Program for Non-Profit Leaders. She has been invited by the United Nations to sit on expert panels on intergenerational solidarity. She has over 35 years of experience working with non-profit organizations.

E: DButts@gu.org

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