We are living in a time when aging—and the experience of aging—are undergoing a profound transformation.
A confluence of social, economic, technological, medical, commercial, scientific and lifestyle trends are creating bold possibilities and stark challenges for aging populations across society.
To help optimize the aging journey, Dr. Kelly Tremblay, PHD works to bridge the divides between academia, business and culture with science-driven insights that deliver tangible benefits for an aging world. For business, she helps teams develop more germane products, better services, and sharper appeals to capture more of the mature market. As a lifelong educator and passionate advocate for aging people, she empowers groups and individuals with a knowledge to live healthier, stay connected, and remain more productive throughout life.
About Dr. Kelly Tremblay
Dr. Tremblay worked as a tenured Professor of Neuroscience and Audiology at the University of Washington for more than 20 years, where she held the position as the Director of the Brain and Behavior Laboratory. She’s also a contributor to The World Health Organization “World Report on Ageing and Health” published in 2015 and “Guidelines for Integrated Care for Older People” and its toolkit, published on October 1, 2019. She also judges research grants for the National Institutes of Health Communication Disorders Review Committee.
Dr. Tremblay believes that advocacy and action are inseparable from one another. To that end, she offers coaching and consultancy to help the aging world stay productive and socially connected through technology and psychology.
As highly sought after public speaker and panelist, Dr. Tremblay delivers presentations on a wide-range of related topics on aging, accessibility and inclusion, career development, and technological innovations aimed at enhancing human communication and hearing health.