Jodi Olshevski is executive director of The Hartford Center for Mature Market Excellence, leading a team of corporate gerontologists who conduct primary research and deliver expert services across The Hartford and to selected businesses. The team has won numerous awards, and is nationally-recognized as the pre-eminent corporate gerontology organization in the United States.
An expert on a wide array of aging related topics, such as caregiving, eldercare, housing, and older driver issues, Olshevski has been interviewed widely by national and regional television and radio shows, including the CBS Early Show and NBC New York Nightly News, and by national publications such as the Chicago Tribune, USA Today, the Los Angeles Times, and the AARP Bulletin, to name a few.
Olshevski is a frequent lecturer on business and aging at professional conferences and on industry panels, has held an adjunct faculty position at Pennsylvania State University, and is a Visiting Research Fellow at MIT AgeLab. She is also co-author of the book Stress Reduction for Caregivers, published by Taylor & Francis.
Prior to joining The Hartford in 2000, Olshevski held positions at Work/Family Directions, Inc., Ceridian Performance Partners, and Senior Care Network.
Olshevski has a bachelor's degree in sociology from Vanguard University and a master's degree in gerontology from the University of Southern California.
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