Candy Ho - Public Salon: Intergenerational Aging in Place





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Published on Feb 23, 2018

Candy Ho gives us an alternative to aging in loneliness.

Candy's Leadership Brand: An infectious force of positive energy, engaging and inspiring to build new horizons with vision and integrity.

As Element's Director & Vice President, Candy is responsible for driving company innovation; building a corporate culture on vision, purpose and values; brand building; community, investor and media relations; strategic development, and leading project sales and marketing. It has always been Candy’s ideal and passion to contribute to society through her daily work. She is grateful for a career that brings deep fulfillment and is rooted in a sense of purpose. To her father, Don Ho's, Aging in Place model, she added intergenerational living to break through stigma around "old folks homes". This intergenerational model won OASIS by element a global award, winning over 950 projects assessed worldwide.

Candy holds a B.Sc. from UBC, where she majored in Integrated Health Sciences and led 13 professional health disciplines under Health Sciences Students' Association as President, mentoring under Dr. John Gilbert, Order of Canada and Senior Advisor on WHO. During university, she volunteered and researched at hospitals, rehab centres and retirement communities. She holds a Certificate in Project Management and a Real Estate Trading Services License, both through UBC's Sauder School of Business

This is Candy Ho's presentation at Sam Sullivan's 30th Public Salon on February 8th, 2018 at the Vancouver Playhouse Theatre in Vancouver, BC.

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