Since 2012 Meagan has been working to redefine how we think about age. Meagan founded Ageless interAction in 2014. She has been at the forefront of redefining, reimagining, and recreating how we think about age and the aging process.
Aging is a life-long process everyone goes through. Among the differences that divide us - race, gender expressions and identities, sexuality, class, education, religion, culture, belief systems etc., everybody ages. Meagan is always seeking to meet someone who doesn’t have a birthday.
Meagan believes that intimately tied within the process of aging (read: going through life) we all want to express ourselves and painting, among other creative endeavors, is a great medium with which one can do so. Even if you’re ‘not an artist.’ It’s her privilege to create spaces for people to connect and create with one another.
Over the years Meagan has advocated to recreate our aging society through the arts. To learn more, check our her website.
Lisa is a Fellow/Certified Professional Aging Life Care™ Manager, and has worked specifically with the specialized allied health needs of the older adult since 1993. She has owned and operated SeniorCare Options since 2001, and she is an active member of the Aging Life Care Association™, and is one of only a handful of certified care managers in Georgia. In addition to her degrees and national certifications in her fields, Lisa’s credentials include a Certificate of Gerontology from Kennesaw State University, and she is a Certified Trainer and Consultant of Teepa Snow’s “Positive Approach to Care.” She is a Past-President of the ALCA™ South Eastern Chapter, a member of the American Therapeutic Recreation Association, and is the only Fellow / Certified ALCP™ in Georgia.
Lisa is a second generation professional Aging Life Care™ Manager, as her mother also had a successful practice in the Chicago area. Additionally, she understands the role of the caregiver firsthand, having been caregiver to her elderly grandmother during the end stages of her life. With her combination of practical and clinical experience, Lisa is uniquely qualified to assist families in caring for their aging loved ones.
Lisa recently became trained as an End of Life Doula to guide families and their loved ones through the final chapter for a peaceful passing.
In addition to championing for the elderly, Lisa enjoys reading, cooking, and creating visual art. She lives with her two spirited cats and they keep her very entertained.
Anna has worked with non-profits for 15 years and worked in the marketing/ business development world for 8 years. She owns three companies, driving efficiency and exceeding revenue goals quarterly. When not developing marketing initiatives, Anna works as a writer, and her work can be seen in publications like The Huffington Post, Time Out New York, Atlanta INtown, Decaturish, and Mommy Nearest, to name but a few. Her entertainment company, Queeriety, is noted as WUSSY magazine’s “Artists to Watch in 2018,” has been mentioned on WMLB Atlanta and in PAPER magazine. She holds a Bachelor’s from Georgia Southern University.