Join the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond for a District Dialogues forum bringing together leading experts to discuss the economics of aging in America. District Dialogues is a free event, but registration is required. To attend in person, please register by August 2.
When you attend this session, you’ll learn:
Whether you’re Gen Z, a Baby Boomer or somewhere in between, we will approach the topic of aging from every stage of life so you will leave understanding how the aging population directly impacts you, from real estate and work life choices to caregiving and financial decisions.
This event is open to people of all ages interested in the economics of an aging America, including members of the public, educators, school administrators, state and local policymakers, workforce development professionals, and community and business leaders.
Plan to join us August 9 in person to ask questions of our panelists, network with fellow attendees, and enjoy refreshments beginning at 5 pm. Continue the conversation over dessert and coffee starting at 7:30 pm. Can’t make it to Richmond? The live stream starts at 6 pm.
5:00–6:00 pm ET
Networking and refreshments for in-person attendees
6:00–7:30 pm ET
Panel discussion and live stream for virtual attendees
7:30–8:15 p.m. ET
Conversations, coffee, and dessert for in-person attendees
This hybrid event includes virtual and in-person attendance options. Simply select which option works best for you when you register. Please be aware that you must follow the Richmond Fed’s COVID-19 protocols while on our premises. Details will be provided in advance of the event.