Seekers of Meaning 8/27/2021: Margit Novack, Author of “Squint: Re-visioning the Second Half of Life”

Rabbi Address chats with  author Margit Novack in this week's <em>Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast</em>.
Rabbi Address chats with author Margit Novack in this week’s Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast.

On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, author Margit Novack discusses her new book, Squint: Re-Visioning the Second Half of Life.

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About the Guest

Margit Novack

Margit (rhymes with target) Novack is an entrepreneur, thought leader in aging and pioneer in Senior Move Management. Margit founded Moving Solutions in 1996. Over the next 25 years, her passion and commitment to serving older adults and their families inspired her team to provide world-class service. Moving Solutions won awards, was featured in national media, and Margit became a sought-after speaker.

Margit is widely recognized as founder of the senior move management industry. She is the Founding President of the National Association of Senior and Specialty Move Managers (NASMM), chaired the NASMM Ethics Commission and developed industry training. NASMM recognized Margit’s commitment and service by creating the Margit Novack Award for Excellence in Senior Move Management.

In 2020, Margit left the formal work world and began a new role as author, speaker, and champion of a re-visioned picture of aging.

Margit grew up in Philadelphia, went to the Philadelphia High School for Girls and has graduate and undergraduate degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. She lives with her husband and three dogs (a retired greyhound racer and two puppy mill rescues), and divides her time between suburban Philadelphia and a home by the water in Maryland, where Margit often kayaks upwind.


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