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GERO-Juice 4-25-24 CAU Guild Chair-Jacque Thornton talks scholarship fundraising; Coping with Work Stress

  1. GERO-Juice 4-25-24 CAU Guild Chair-Jacque Thornton talks scholarship fundraising; Coping with Work Stress Adrianne D. Jones 59:45

Clark Atlanta University Guild Chair, Jacque Thornton talks about the largest scholarship fundraiser of the year, Jazz Under the Stars, and what this event means to CAU and the culture of Atlanta. GERO-Juice host, Adrianne D., closes stress awareness month with nine tips on how to alleviate work-related stress: What is your morning routine? Have you thought about incorporating a walk at lunch? A recent study found that men who have five or more daughters may live a long life! Listen to this week’s episode of the GERO-Juice to find out more!

An Ohio native, Adrianne D. Jones is a gerontologist, servant leader, and Chief Executive Officer of Senior Resources and Consulting Services, LLC. She is the creator and host of the “GERO-Juice”, the nation’s #1 senior-focused radio program on Atlanta’s WAEC 860 AM station. Ms. Jones is also an adjunct professor at Clark Atlanta University, where she has designed courses to introduce students to the field of gerontology through a biopsychosocial lens. Additionally, Ms. Jones is the director of public relations for ALTER, a program to educate and create African American dementia-friendly faith communities, and active board member for SageNavigator, Inc., an organization with a mission to advocate and assist seniors and differently-abled adults in navigating their communities for readily-available resources. Ms. Jones has authored two books: Quick Tips On Choosing the Right Homecare Agency and Basic HomeCare Marketing Tips.

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