Social Gerontologist Sharon Rose, M.S., creates and implements programs for intergenerational communities and companies. Her work includes innovating cross-generational activities and programs for education, inspiration, healthy aging, and the use of agetech devices to improve quality of life, productivity and social engagement.
Earlier in her career, Sharon was Executive Director of the New York City Host Committee for the Grammy Awards. That position was the culmination of years of working in the entertainment industry with public and private sector leaders of New York City, and 11 years working in management for Loews Hotel, where she concentrated on branding, tourism marketing, and serving as a liaison to City and State government.
She received a Master’s degree in Gerontology, Management of Aging Services, in 2017 from the University of Massachusetts Boston. She was awarded membership in the Sigma Phi Omega Honorary Society. She has lived in several U.S. cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Diego as well as in South Florida, developing a strong global network of relationships.