Harriet Warshaw, executive director of The Conversation Project, joins Rabbi Address for the first half of the February 11 edition of “Boomer Generation Radio,” our weekly radio program on WWDB-AM 860 in Philadelphia.
In the second half of the show, Nora Adelman of the Kendal Corporation, and Harry Hammond, a resident in one of Kendal’s communities, join Rabbi Address to discuss advanced planning that families can do to help their loved ones.
The Conversation Project is dedicated to helping people talk about their wishes for end-of-life care.
Harriet Warshaw brings to TCP over thirty-five years of management experience in both the public and private sectors including senior positions at The Boston Hospital for Women, New England Baptist Hospital, Genzyme Corporation and the New England Healthcare Institute. In addition she has held elected office in the Town of Wellesley, Ma including 10 years on the Wellesley Board of Health and 9 years as a member of the Wellesley Board of Selectmen. She has served on numerous commissions and boards including chairing Combine Jewish Philanthropies’ Commission on Caring and Social Justice and as President of Temple Beth Elohim, Wellesley, MA Board of Trustees.
Boomer Generation Radio airs on WWDB-AM 860 every Tuesday at 10 a.m., and features news and conversation aimed at Baby Boomers and the issues facing them as members of what Rabbi Address calls “the club sandwich generation.” You can hear the show live on AM 860, or streamed live from the WWDB website.
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