Senior Resource Fair Presenters

Lynn Crimando, MA, Yoga Therapist, Certified Personal Trainer, Corrective Exercise Specialist

Lynn Crimando, MA serves as the lead teaching mentor for YogaUOnline’s Wellness Educator Program. She is a yoga teacher, C-IAYT Yoga Therapist, board-certified Health and Wellness Coach, and a Buteyko Practitioner. Lynn is certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine as both a Certified Personal Trainer and a Corrective Exercise Specialist. She has a private practice in the New York City area and teaches ongoing classes on behalf of Health Advocates for Older People. To learn more about Lynn, visit her website: yogalynn.com.

Steven Davis, Career Coach, Renaissance Solutions

Job Search Strategist, Recruiter, Resume, LinkedIn and Interview Coach. Steven transfers knowledge about job search strategies that work, empowering job seekers to receive interviews and secure offers.

Marzena Ermler, Career Coach, Manager Career Services NYPL

Career Coach Marzena Ermler helps to achieve her clients’ goals by coactively designing career move strategies and connecting them with the highest quality of events and unique job search resources.

Hannah Fagin, Coordinator of Adult and Academic Programs at the Museum of Modern Art

Hannah Fagin is a museum educator and public programmer based in New York. She currently serves as Coordinator of Adult and Academic Programs at MoMA where she produces talks, workshops, and artist projects. Hannah holds a BA from the University of Pennsylvania and an MA in Art History from University College London.

David Freudenthal, Director of Government Relations at Carnegie Hall

David Freudenthal is the Director of Government Relations at Carnegie Hall, where for the past twenty years he has sought to share Carnegie Hall’s robust free program offerings with his fellow New Yorkers of all ages.

Madelyn Freundlich, Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer

Madelyn teaches pilates, barre, yoga, senior fitness and water exercise and loves working one-on-one with older adults.

Chris Gould, Master Trainer, Asphalt Green

Chris joined the Asphalt Green staff in 2019 and has been in the fitness industry since 2001. He focuses on identifying and correcting muscle imbalances for clients recovering from injuries. Sports and fitness have always played a large role in Chris’ life and has given him a sense of purpose. Chris’ training philosophy is that exercise prevents injuries.

Wendy Handler, Director, Onsite & Special Programs/Onsite@Home

As DOROT’s Director of Onsite & Special Programs (now Onsite@Home), Wendy and her team are responsible for developing innovative programming to support DOROT’s engaged community of older adults.

Gladys Perez-Mojica, Community Relations Manager, Theatre Development Fund (TDF)

Gladys establishes partnerships with organizations that serve New Yorkers of all types, including seniors. Recently, Gladys and her colleagues in TDF’s Public Engagement Programs department began creating virtual viewing events for seniors with internet connections to be enjoyed from their computers and tablets. She is looking to continue connecting with many organizations that serve seniors in order to connect as many NYC seniors as possible to the community via the performing arts. GladysP@TDF.org

Marjorie Shuster, Coordinator of Literary Events, The Streicker Center of Temple Emanu-El

I’ve been with the Streicker Center for 5 years, and also serve as the librarian of the Temple. I’ve been a librarian for over 30 years in various organizations.

Hannah Swanson, Dance Teacher, Lenox Hill Neighborhood House

Hannah Swanson is a Dance Teacher at Lenox Hill Neighborhood House. Hannah graduated from Western Oregon University with a degree in Dance and a minor in Physical Education.She also worked as a Dance Instructor in her hometown of Anchorage, Alaska, where she also performed with professional dance company Pulse for two seasons.

Lorraine Novack Voytek, Director, Connect Through Tech

Lorraine is a proponent of client-centered program design who understands the potential of including technology as one option for improving quality of life and program outcomes for the people she serves. Her current focus is on using technology to deliver programming to older adults and enabling them to use technology to connect with others and access resources for independent living.

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