The Economic Impact of Older AdultsOlder adult professionals age 65 plus are healthier, more active, working longer and are better educated than ever before. However, in 2011, the first of the Baby Boomers reached retirement age. As the largest generational cohort in the world, this will result in an economic impact both regionally and globally. Currently, every country is trying to understand the impact this will have on their economies, but very few are creating opportunities that maximize the potential value of this demographic. This webinar will explore findings and strategies developed by the Thunderbird School of Global Management specifically for this region.Speaker: Amy St. PeterAmy St. Peter is the Human Services and Special Projects Manager for the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) in Phoenix, Arizona. She has worked in the human services field for more than 20 years.