Tuesday, June 8th & Wednesday, June 9th
9am - 4:00pm EDT
The Annual New York City Elder Justice Conference is a nationally renowned educational meeting of 350+ professionals in the field of aging. Participants learn about new trends and developments in elder abuse prevention and intervention while networking with sector experts and peers. The conference includes a keynote presentation, panel, and 12 individual workshops.
The conference is fully virtual. Sessions will be recorded and available to registrants after the conference.
Full conference access - $85 per person
7.5 Continuing education (CLE and CEU) credits available at no additional cost.
Scholarships Available: email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Cancellations accepted and full refunds will be issued up to 24 hours before the conference begins.
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
This program is funded in part by Monroe County Office for the Aging, New York State Office for the Aging, US Administration on Aging, Lifespan of Greater Rochester, and Participant Contributions.
CEU credit is provided by Lifespan of Greater Rochester Inc., which is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers - #SW-0089.
CLE credit is provided by St. John’s Law School, which has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of Continuing Legal Education in the State of New York.
Marie B. Philip has dedicated her distinguished career to the creation of programming and emergency/intervention services for women and families impacted by addiction, sexual abuse, and intimate partner violence. During her tenure, Marie contributed to the development of domestic violence policy, program initiatives and funding, and worked with DV service providers and advocates to improve the coordination of DV services citywide. As a persuasive communicator, she has utilized her voice on behalf of others to streamline processes for clients to minimize re-victimization and empower survivors. In each of her roles, Marie has proven success cultivating community partnerships to create innovative solutions to overhaul outdated systems that perpetuate inequity and structural racism. She specializes in policy development and optimization, coaching, mentoring, and program development.
As Deputy Commissioner for the NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA) for six years, Marie spearheaded HRA Office of Domestic Violence and subsequently Emergency & Intervention Services, which includes the Office of Domestic Violence, Emergency Food and Nutrition Assistance Program, Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP), and Emergency Utility Intervention Program (EUIP). These programs provide a variety of comprehensive emergency social services to vulnerable populations in New York City. Marie expanded the shelter service system by over 90% and built accountability and oversight practices to strengthen local level leadership and stakeholder partnerships. Upon her retirement in 2018, she was recognized with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the NYC Mayor’s Office to End Domestic Gender Based Violence and she also is a recipient of the Susan B Anthony Award from the National Organization of Women, NYC Chapter.