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Vice-chair of AARP board to speak on "Disrupting Aging" at Concordia-Chicago
Ronald E. Daly Sr., vice-chair of the national AARP board of directors, will speak at Concordia University Chicago on the topic “Disrupting Aging” on Tuesday, March 27 from 1:30 to 3 p.m. The event, hosted by CUC’s Center for Gerontology, is free and open to the public.
Daly will discuss caregiving, aging in place, saving, workforce development, new careers, and the AARP’s policy positions and actions to address them. Daly spent 38 years at the RR Donnelley Company, beginning as a factory worker and advancing to the level of president of its largest unit. After retiring from RR Donnelley, he served as president and CEO of Oce' USA Holdings and was a member of the board of directors of the parent company, Oce' N.V. of the Netherlands, until 2004. He serves on the board of U.S. Cellular and formerly served on the boards of Loyola University Chicago, Executive Service Corps of Chicago, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Metropolis Strategies and SuperValu.
Event seating is limited and advance registration is required by visiting CUChicago.edu/disrupting-aging. The event will be held in the Christopher Center on the University’s main campus, 7400 Augusta St., River Forest, IL. For more information on CUC’s Center for Gerontology and graduate programs in gerontology, visit Gradschool.cuchicago.edu/the-centers/center-for-gerontology.