Symposium

Empire Longevity Symposium

What people have said:

‘So thrilled to be at the first of I hope MANY Empire Longevity Symposiums!.
‘I think it was a VERY well planned Symposium’.
‘Thank you for an amazing day that was so motivating and filled with positive energy’.

Highlights of the 2018 Empire Longevity Symposium

Mayor of Cortland, NY, Brian Tobin, spoke on “Longevity and Right Sized Communities” showing how whole communities can enhance the life and living of their citizens.

The fantastic Andrew Bashi presented on “Longevity and Pets”, how having a pet actually extends your life, your fun, and exercise.

Amy DiRenzo, Ph. D. from Cortland State University presented a great talk on “Longevity and the Great Outdoors” in which she showed how the outdoors can enhance our years in a number of ways.

Mariah Beck from Cornell University kicked off the day with her fascinating talk “Longevity and a day without plastics”, and charged the attendees to decrease their plastic usage.

Mr. Michael Baldino from Dragon Solar, presented on “Longevity and Energy” where showed how we all can use solar energy better and how that can impact our planet.

Barbara Ganzel, Ithaca College,
spoke “Longevity and the Aging Brain”

Jen Hahn Rafferty raised the energy in the Symposium with her talk “Longevity and Music”. See Jen leading the Symposium with song in the video on this page.

Three of the badges that were randomly given to the Symposium attendees. The attendees were then asked to meet one person who had the same badge, and one person who had a different badge, this brought the attendees closer and many made some good friends that day.

Our Keynote speaker, Dr. T. Colin Campbell, from Cornell University who spoke on his ground breaking book ‘The China Study’, and the incredible benefits of a whole foods, plant based diet.

Three of the badges that were randomly given to the Symposium attendees. The attendees were then asked to meet one person who had the same badge, and one person who had a different badge, this brought the attendees closer and many made some good friends that day.

Three of the badges that were randomly given to the Symposium attendees. The attendees were then asked to meet one person who had the same badge, and one person who had a different badge, this brought the attendees closer and many made some good friends that day.

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