2015 Speakers & Artists
2015 Keynote presenters include: Nora Super, White House Conference on Aging; Sunil Iyengar, the National Endowment for the Arts; Susan Perlstein, Elders Share the Arts; Tim Carpenter, EngAGE; Jorge Merced, Pregones Theater/Teatro Pregones; and Tony and Helga Noice, 2010 Gene Cohen Research Award Winners.
Discover the range of expertise, experience, and innovation that is expanding the field of creative aging. Plenary speakers and presenting teams from across the nation and around the world will energize and equip you with practice, research, and innovation for your work.
For information about additional events throughout the conference week, including the White House Summit on Creative Aging in America, the Legislative Briefing on Capitol Hill, the NCCA Professional Development Institute, and an array of community and networking events visit the 2015 Conference Overview and click on an event for details.
Use the links below or in the sidebar to the right or hover over the blue bar across the top of this page to explore your options!
Visit the 2015 NCCA Conference Presenter Directory for the complete list of presenters!