Georgetown Faculty Featured at Discussion on the Impact of COVID-19 on Housing

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Georgetown M.S. in Aging & Health Program Director Pamela Saunders and adjunct faculty member Gail Kohn were featured at a panel discussion hosted by Stonewall DC on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on DC housing. The event, which was titled The Changing Face of Housing Amid COVID-19, was hosted virtually on September 23, 2021, and included the following speakers:

  • Barbara Sullivan, Executive Director of the Village-to-Village Network
  • Pamela Saunders, Director and Associate Professor of the Georgetown M.S. in Aging & Health Program
  • Gail Kohn, Adjunct Faculty of the Georgetown M.S. in Aging & Health Program, and Age-Friendly City Coordinator for Washington, DC
  • Chante Harris, Vice President of Business Strategy at Capalino and Company
  • Danielle Arigoni, Director of Liveable Communities at the American Association for Retired Persons

Stonewall DC is an LGBTQ & Ally community-based, non-profit sports league that strives to raise funds for local non-profit organizations.