Janna Heyman, chair and professor at the Ravazzin Center on Aging, will discuss the intersection of health care and aging as the two institutions stand today.
Janna Heyman received both her Ph.D. and master’s of social work from Fordham University. She teaches policy implementation, research, and program evaluation. Heyman has worked for over 25 years in health care. She is the director of the Ravazzin Center on Aging and Intergenerational Studies. The Ravazzin Center, established in 1995, empowers social workers and communities to meet the needs of an aging society through the development and dissemination of knowledge that will strengthen the role of geriatric social work and our understanding of aging.
**All professional development workshops will be recorded and made available to current GSS students through the GSS YouTube channel**
This event is open to students.