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In Good Company: Optimal Aging Challenge Awards Event - December 17, 2018 - MIT Samberg Conference Center

Speaking Program

Announcements of Challenge Winners

Event Photos

City of Boston Commissioner for the Affairs of the Elderly, Emily Shea (3rd from left) attends In Good Company Challenge Awards with several Boston residents.
MIT AgeLab Founder and Director Joseph Coughlin (right) greets Governor Baker at the In Good Company Challenge Awards event..
Secretary of Health and Human Services, Marylou Sudders, speaks with Governor Baker and MIT AgeLab Founder and Director Joseph Coughlin.
Joe Coughlin at the podium, opening the event and introducing the Governor.
Governor Baker addresses the attendees.
Secretary Sudders
In Good Company Winners and Sponsors: (Back Row from left) Dyan Finkhousen, GE Geniuslink, Joseph Coughlin, MIT AgeLab, Yifan Lu, MIT AgeLab, Governor Baker, Tom Grape, Benchmark, Reem Yared, HelpAroundTown, Eileen Connors, Governor's Council to Address Aging in MA, (Front Row from left) Lisa Ralph, GE Global Operations, Janet Seckel Cerrotti, FriendshipWorks, Kendra Seavey, Care.Coach, Sarah Gunawan, Share Kitchens, EOHHS Secretary Marylou Sudders, EOEA Secretary Alice Bonner.
Governor Baker speaks with Reem Yared (center), founder and CEO of HelpAroundTown, and Eileen Conners, Co-chair of the Governor's Council to Address Aging in MA.
Roxbury resident, Mamie Jones, speaks with Governor Baker at the In Good Company Challenge Awards.
Group photo with MIT AgeLab staff, MIT AgeLab's 85+ Lifestyle Leaders, Boston residents, and students from the Brookwood Middle School.

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