After earning a bachelor’s in human development and aging and a master’s in aging services management at the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, Somkene Okwuego is now pursuing a dentistry degree at the USC Ostrow School and looks forward to combining her gerontology and dentistry expertise to meet the needs of older adults.
Accountant and MA in Senior Living Hospitality graduate Mark Reisman found the sweet spot for success in senior living management.
New senior living executive Tom Whitaker credits MASLH program with helping him navigate COVID-19 and accelerating his development as a leader.
For Master’s student Andrea Voras, aging policy must change to meet the needs of the growing population of older adults.
Indonesian physician, Janice Emmanuella, loves caring for older adults. She’s pursuing a MA in Medical Gerontology and her U.S. medical license.
Victor Wilson helps older adults improve their strength, flexibility and balance. With a Master of Arts in Gerontology, he’ll take his mission of healthy aging through fitness to a new level.
Kris Brannon wants to level the playing field in long-term care in Black communities. Her experience in women’s tackle football is going to help her do that.
Baby boomers expect amenities in their senior care environments. USC Master of Arts in Senior Living Hospitality student and senior living executive Mariele Soriano is embracing this reality.
As a female rock star, Brett Anderson fought stereotypes and pushed boundaries. With a master’s in gerontology, she hopes to do the same with aging and addiction.
Jennifer Nykyforchyn isn’t ready to retire. She’s using her tech experience and USC training to fashion a second career in gerontology, where age is an asset.