National Grassroots Movement Launches Denver Chapter

Mayor Hancock to Challenge Denver Seniors to Engage in Multigenerational Workforce

DENVER--()--Enrich Life Over 50 (ELO50), a national grassroots movement with a mission to reverse ageism in America, will launch its Denver Chapter on September 16 at The University of Denver. With presenters including Billy Kidd, 1964 Olympic Silver Medalist, and the keynote address by Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock, the meeting will feature leading speakers discussing the importance of increased engagement of people 50+ in productive activities.



The University of Denver Knoebel School of Hospitality Management, 2050 Evans Avenue Denver, CO 80210


Wednesday, September 16, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


“From the millennial generation to people 50+, Denver is home to some of the country’s widest ranging age groups,” said ELO50 Founder Bill Zinke. “There is a need to stimulate people 50+ to increase their engagement in productive activities that add value in the public, private, non-profit, and academic sectors.”


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  • Michael B. Hancock, Denver Mayor
  • Billy Kidd, Director of Skiing, Steamboat, 1964 Olympic Silver Medalist and World Champion
  • Sue Kunz, Founder and CEO, ThriveOn Group
  • Gene Keluche, serial entrepreneur and business leader
  • Bill Mooz, Visiting Scholar in Residence, University of Colorado Boulder and creator of Tech Lawyer Accelerator
  • Della van Heyst, Founder and Chairman, Van Heyst Group and CEO, The Billion People Project
  • Juan Rodriguez, former Chairman, StorageTek and Chairman, President and CEO, Exabyte
  • Bill Zinke, President, Enrich Life Over 50


Metzger Albee Public Relations for ELO50
Melissa Christensen, 720-833-5918


Metzger Albee Public Relations for ELO50
Melissa Christensen, 720-833-5918