Elizabeth White is an author and aging advocate for older adults facing uncertain work and in financial jeopardy.
She has an MBA from Harvard University, an MA in International Studies from Johns Hopkins University, and a BS in Political Science from Oberlin College. She is currently serving as a Collaborator with the Institute for Career Transitions, a Special Advisor to the Interim Executive Director of Senior Service America, a contributing writer to various websites and blogs, and an adjunct professor at the University of the District of Columbia.
Ms. White’s 2016 book Fifty-five, Unemployed, and Faking Normal, is about the millions of older Americans who, despite career choice and decent incomes are facing the prospect of downward mobility in old age. Based on interviews and discussions with experts and older adults, vFifty-five, Unemployed and Faking Normal looks at the tools and strategies boomers can utilize to make sense of changed circumstances, better manage financial hardship, and achieve a more satisfying life.
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