Speaking

Dr. Alexis Abramson has captivated audiences worldwide with an in-depth look at the world’s multi-generational population and its profound social, business and lifestyle implications. See below for samples of her current keynote presentation offerings, audience testimonials and sample speaking reels. Dr. Alexis Abramson is an inspiring speaker, corporate consultant, successful author and award-winning entrepreneur and journalist. Her expertise on Gen Z, Millennials, Gen X, Gen G and the Boomer consumer has been featured in many national publications including TIME, Forbes, Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur and People magazines. Dr. Alexis is an Emmy and Gracie award-winning journalist who has appeared, in addition to many other media outlets, as an on-air expert Gerontologist for NBC’s Today show and Weekend Today over 200 times. As a famous business keynote speaker, Dr. Abramson is highly sought after at conferences, focusing on multi-generational issues relevant to corporations, consumers, government agencies and nonprofit groups. Her engaging presentations provide innovative insight to reach and understand this exploding demographic and to improve their quality of life. To reach Dr. Abramson please contact us via email or call us at (877) 895-3680.

Speaking Reels

Audience Testimonials

Generational Differences

The Boomer Consumer

Women and Aging

Re-Imagining Retirement

Marketing to Mature Adults

Exercise and Longevity

Caring for the Caregiver

"Dr. Abramson’s presentation, materials and delivery were truly exceptional.  I have worked with many speakers and Alexis was without a doubt one of the best!  She came well prepared with a professional and dynamic presentation, which she was able to deliver without a hitch. She managed to engage the audience and got great feedback from those who attended.  Dr. Abramson is creative, organized and is a very inspirational woman as is evident by her many personal and professional accomplishments."

KATHLEEN VRONA
Director of Marketing Humana

"Dr. Alexis is a gifted orator who clearly communicates the topic and provides her audiences with insights and ideas that are immediately actionable. Her ability to capture and keep her audiences attention is immediate from the moment she takes the stage. Any audience that is fortunate to hear Alexis speak will praise her ability to educate, captivate and motivate – all while making them laugh!"

CLAUDIA PATTON
Chief Talent Officer, Edelman PR

"This was my first experience working with Alexis, and I was truly impressed with her ability to quickly understand our industry and recommend the best approach to meet the needs of a diverse audience. Her friendly demeanor and personal experiences on the topic of aging were reassuring in the development of a motivating and meaningful presentation. In addition, her use of multimedia examples to support her thoughts provided an extra level of engagement. Whether your audience is big or small, I would not hesitate to recommend her to anyone looking for a dynamic and passionate speaker."

DEBORAH WACHTEL
Director of Market Research and Analysis, Beltone

"Alexis worked with me and my team on various projects as an Entrepreneur-In-Residence. She is one of the most well-rounded professionals I’ve had the pleasure of working with over the years. Specifically, Alexis is highly intelligent and has superb analytical and communications skills. Alexis is extremely driven, innovative and well-regarded as an industry thought leader. Her grasp of B2B and B2C market trends make her an extremely valuable product development partner."

ANDY MILLER
SVP Innovation and Product Development, AARP

"During her high energy presentations Dr. Alexis will help you understand what it takes to get the 50+ population to not only listen – but take immediate action when they hear your companies’ message!"

MARK LECKIE
President Duracell and Braun, P&G

"Dr. Abramson is a dynamic and gifted public speaker. Her down to earth style and southern charm allow her to deliver a highly effective and memorable presentation to any audience. Her superb technique of effectively conveying thought provoking ideas, coupled with a sophisticated use of multimedia visuals, is a truly winning combination. Alexis provided a very powerful, intriguing and compelling presentation."

ELLIOT JACOBSON
SVP, Retirement Living Television

"When it comes to understanding the future of your industry or brand, there’s nobody better than Alexis Abramson. If you work closely with her, she’ll provide the vital road map that will help guide you to success."

HARRY RHOADS, JR.
Co-Founder, Washington Speakers Bureau

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Custom Presentation built for your organization

Dr. Abramson is more than happy to create a custom presentation specifically designed with your organization in mind. Having worked as a generational expert for over 25 years she is able to speak on a myriad of topics including health, social, business, marketing, generational trends, lifestyle, workplace, technology, sales, etc. To reach Dr. Abramson to discuss a personalized presentation please contact us via email or call us at (877) 895-3680.

Fraud Prevention: Cybercrime and Identity Theft

“Dr. Abramson gave two presentations that were full of invaluable tips and extremely informative for the audience. She was able to turn very serious topics (personal identity theft and security awareness training) into an entertaining event loaded with real examples and lots of critical resources!”

Mara Hannula
Vice President Global Brand Marketing
Marriott International

Adults (just in the US!) lose an estimated $37B annually from financial exploitation and, on average, only 1 in 4 actually report their losses because they are too embarrassed. That being said, according to a recent report from the FTC people 60 and older are 20 percent LESS likely than younger adults to lose money to fraud – this critical challenge is clearly an issue that crosses the age spectrum!

 

Our personal information is everywhere and can be easily compromised! Identity theft occurs when a thief steals that personal identifying information, such as a social security number, bank or credit card account numbers and then uses the data to masquerade as you. The crook assumes your identity, opens new accounts, removes funds from your financial institutions and potentially devastates your financial standing. It can take years to repair or simply go on forever. Unfortunately no one is safe – we are all at risk of ID theft – but this presentation will help you learn how to protect your assets!

Dr. Alexis is an expert in Gerontology (the science of aging), cybercrime and identity theft prevention. During this dynamic presentation she discusses what motivates criminals to commit identity theft ( BTW it’s not just money!), showcases real time scam case studies, provides available resources and showcases simple steps individuals can take to keep their identities safe in order to protect themselves  from the abundance of scams and frauds that pervade our societyAlthough identity theft is a serious subject this speech is fun, dynamic and full of great calls to action that can be taken immediately to protect you, and your loved ones, security! This presentation is customized per client and can include many key discussion topics including, but not limited to:

  • Why people commit identity theft and who is their prime target
  • Actual identity theft cases, myths, and truths
  • The most up to date methods of theft, including cybercrime
  • Precautions you can take to minimize your chance of victimization
  • Social media safety/security and online reputation management
  • Protecting your key identifiers from theft
  • Cybersecurity in your office, at home and abroad
  • Database hacking, account hijacking, crypto locker ransom, etc.
  • Digital intelligence
  • Taking specific steps to prevent identity theft
  • Practices to prevent fraud & personal information from being compromised
  • Putting a family and/or business mitigation plan in place
  • How to check and monitor a personal credit file and credit freezes
  • Legal, business operations and reputational risks
  • Protecting your documents, mail and trash
  • Corporate safe travel security at home and abroad
  • How to avoid social engineering, spoofing and scam phone call
  • Preventing email hijacking, account takeovers and social networking fraud
  • Deterring credit and debit card fraud
  • What to do when you fall victim to identity theft
  • Etc., etc., etc. 
Longevity: The Four Keys to Longevity

“Dr. Alexis provided incredible insight and enlightened our customers, and employees, about what to expect during the longevity bonus years they are now experiencing.”

Laura Goddard
Director of Marketing
Hearing Life/ Total Hearing Care

At the turn of the 19th century the average life span was 50 – now we are expected to live to 80 years and beyond! So what do our 30 Bonus Years™ look like? How will we take advantage of them? What does research tell us that will allow us to live as healthy, happy, wealthy and wise as possible during this new life stage we’ve been “gifted?”

 

  • This high energy presentation highlights proprietary research revealing many of the cutting-edge health and wellness trends that will transform our lives over the next decade.
  • Takes an in-depth look at each of the four keys to longevity – body, mind, social and financial.
  • Details a proactive approach toward aging that can add both quality and quantity to ones years.
  • Provides solid direction audience members can employ to create a more purpose driven second half of life.
Longevity: Lifelong Pursuit of Happiness and Empowerment

“Aging can bring with it much loss; this presentation will motivate and inspire the audience to live their lives with the energy and happiness that they deserve.”

Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi
Founder
Spiritual Eldering Institute

With the rate of longevity rapidly increasing, we have the luxury of 30 Bonus YearsTM to embark on a journey of self reflection and personal growth. As more boomers reach the milestone age of 60, focus begins to shift from the outward world to the inward. Self-actualization, reflections on the meaning of life and the need to reach one’s full potential become more intense. This period of life presents a unique opportunity to say YES, chase your dreams and ultimately design your life in a way that provides fulfillment.

This motivational presentation inspires individuals to learn how they can thrive in this new era of increased vigor and extended life. The presentation helps the audience discover how an extended lifespan will change our lives, outlooks, vocations, relations and fiscal plans. In addition, the audience will be motivated (and moved) after hearing some of the phenomenal success stories of individuals who “reinvented” themselves and their lives after the age of 60!

Caregiving: The Impact of Caregiving on the Workplace

“Each of us will inevitably face the great equalizer — caregiving. Through her words Dr. Abramson makes a significant contribution to this demographic reality by providing us with an invaluable roadmap for how we care for others as they age and how we want to be cared for.”

Dr. Fernando M. Torres-Gil
Former U.S. Assistant Secretary on Aging
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Director, UCLA Center for Policy Research on Aging

The aggregate “cost of caregiving” in lost productivity and absenteeism to United States businesses is between $13.4 and $25.2 billion per year. There are over 44 million caregivers in the United States. Almost 133 million people in the U.S. have one or more chronic condition and by 2020 this number is expected to increase to 157 million Americans. Nearly 31% of U.S. households are involved in caring for a relative or friend who is ill or disabled. Caregiving is largely a women’s issue with over 75% of caregivers being female, mostly wives and adult daughters. Many of whom are in the sandwich generation taking care of their children while simultaneously caring for their aging loved ones.

 

  • This informative presentation will enhance employers understanding of what they can do to streamline the caregiving process for their employees.
  • Reviews the five social trends that affect the “crisis of caregiving” in our society.
  • Addresses what our workplaces must do to make corporate environments more caregiver-friendly.
  • Gives real world examples of what successful ‘best in practice’ programs and services are currently being integrated in the multi-generational workplace.
Caregiving: Caring for the Caregiver

“If you or someone you know is currently a caregiver you can’t afford to miss this incredibly insightful and information packed presentation.”

Debbie Korompilas
SVP and Head of Trust and Estate Services
Bank of Montreal

There are over 44 million unpaid caregivers in the United States, 10 million of whom are millennials — almost 133 million people in the U.S. have one or more chronic condition and by 2020 this number is expected to increase to 157 million Americans. Over one in three U.S. households is involved in caring for a relative or friend aged 55 or older. Many caregivers are caught between the needs of their young families and the daunting task of caring for their older relatives. Watching a loved one grow old is filled with emotional upheaval, when you compound that with other stresses —rush-hour traffic, deadlines, sick children, dirty laundry—caregivers are often left holding the bag. They feel a pressure to be all things to all people, often ending up as the martyr and giving themselves the short end of the stick.

 

  • This informative, yet uplifting, presentation will suggest ways the audience members can juggle their various caregiving responsibilities.
  • Gives sound tools to help them let go of their feelings of guilt.
  • Discusses practical ways to get family members to help with caregiving demands.
  • Shares the best ways to avoid butting heads with aging loved ones by fostering their independence.
  • Overviews how being the “CEO of Your Own Caregiving” can allow audience members to juggle both giving care and a career.

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