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“[Their] argument is universal: that it is never too late to do whatever it is you yearn for" The Times of London, feature on AGEIST, 10/12/17

“AGEIST is a work of art.” Chip Conley, founder of Joie de Vivre hotels and Airbnb board member. 12/15/17

“AGEIST has struck the perfect tone. This has to happen. This is my generation.” John Loken, SVP William Morris IMG. 8/10/17

“I have been dreaming of building something like AGEIST for the last 10 years” Marlo Thomas, actress, activist. 6/21/17