The National Press Foundation has chosen 20 journalists for in-depth training on aging issues.
Over four days, journalists will learn about financial literacy and security; fraud and scams; health care and healthy living; the desire or need to work longer; public policy; generational impacts; innovation and reinvention; and living beyond 100. They’ll also learn the latest data and research on aging topics.
The training will take place Oct. 15-18 in Washington, D.C.
The journalists are:
Leslie Barker | The Dallas Morning News
Michael Casey | The Associated Press
Lois Collins | Deseret News (Salt Lake City)
Liz Freeman | Naples Daily News (Florida)
Constance Gustke | Freelance (CNBC.com, Healthline.com, The New York Times)
Mary Kane | Kiplinger’s Retirement Report
Reshma Kapadia | Barron’s
Jon Kelvey | The Carroll County Times (Maryland)
Alessandra Malito | MarketWatch
Doug Moore | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Steven Petrow | Freelance (The New York Times, The Washington Post)
Jessica Ravitz | CNN
Katy Read | Star Tribune (Minneapolis)
Ana Rodriguez | Univision
Tracy Rucinski | Reuters
Stephanie Sanchez | KAWC Colorado River Public Media
Michele Shapiro | AARP
Andrew Soergel | U.S. News & World Report
Taylor Tepper | Bankrate
Russ Wiles | The Arizona Republic
Support for this program was provided by a grant from AARP.