May 19, 2015: AFCM Task Force celebrating the news that Age-Friendly Corte Madera has been recognized by the World Health Organization as a member of the Global Network of Age-Friendly Cities! (L-R: Cheryl Longinotti, Marge Cavalli, Pati Stoliar, Carla Condon. Not pictured, Carol Zeller and Ralph Marchese)
Co-Chairs Pati Stoliar and Carol Zeller
Pati Stoliar, RN (Co-Chair) Carol Zeller, RN, MSN (Co-Chair)
Marge Cavalli Ralph Marchese Cheryl Longinotti, PhD
Carla Condon, Town Council Liaison
Using the World Health Organization's (W.H.O.) Age-Friendly Network as a platform for information exchange and mutual support, the Task Force will conduct an initial baseline analysis and then promote improvements based on identified areas of need.