Building Bridges for Mutual Benefit

Presented by Jack Levine
Florida has been described as “the nation’s most multi-generational state.” Addressing the needs and the influence of children, parents, grandparents and super elders is critical to understanding how each will shape Southwest Florida and the state’s economy, public policy and business environment in the next decade.

“Building Bridges for Mutual Benefit” is the subject of our March meeting. Guest speaker Jack Levine will address the most critical challenges facing Florida as seen through the lens of the four major age groups and will offer public relations strategies to help meet those challenges.

Jack Levine is a communications and public policy consultant and founder of 4Generations Institute whose expertise is in developing and delivering messages to the media, public officials and a diverse network of advocates. He helped found Voices for America’s Children, a national advocacy network, and served for 25 years as the president of Voices for Florida’s Children. His 4Generations Institute promotes intergenerational conversation, a commitment to volunteerism and provides counsel for public policy and private sector initiatives for improving family and community life. For more information, visit

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