Dick Ambrosius is an evangelist for positive aging, marketing strategist, professional speaker, storyteller and motivator with over 40 years’ experience in the fields of aging service delivery, senior living, wellness, customer service and marketing.
He is the Founder and Principal of Positive Aging® LLC. His previous positions include VP or Outreach and Business Development for start-up brain fitness company, NeoCORTA, two national senior living development and management companies, Founder and CEO of Phoenix Systems Inc., Executive Director of the Iowa Lakes Area Agency on Aging, and chair of the Rebranding Aging Task Force for the International Council on Active Aging (ICAA) that helped launch their Changing the Way We Age Campaign.
In 1980, President Reagan appointed Dick as the youngest member of the National Advisory Committee to the 1981 White House Conference on Aging where he delivered a keynote address on rural aging. He has delivered keynote addresses and workshops in 49 states and consulted with a variety of Fortune 500 companies, corporations, nonprofit agencies, associations and government agencies. In 1997, he was selected “South Dakota’s Entrepreneur of the Year” by Entrepreneur Magazine for identifying the potential of the aging marketplace. He holds both BA and MA degrees in Political Science and is a decorated Viet Nam veteran.
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