Kevin Brabazon is an Associate Professor at New York University, Stern Business School and lectures at the Tandon School of Engineering, teaching in statistics, information systems, and management science. He is a former professor/Lecturer in intergenerational studies at Dowling College and Brookdale Center on Aging at Hunter College, and in gerontology at La Guardia College, CUNY.
He has published a number of articles in the intergenerational, aging and economics fields, including two books, Intergenerational Approaches in Aging: Implications for Education, Policy and Practice and Micro Economics, which was published in English in Ukraine.
As a social worker in Harlem, he developed intergenerational services in the six senior centers he managed for Citizens Care Committee and was subsequently involved in developing intergenerational services for NYC Department for the Aging and a USA network of services for grandparents raising grandchildren for the Brookdale Foundation.
Recent conference publications have focused on “wisdom studies” including the neuroscience of wisdom and the implications for social policy. He was also a co-founder of the New York State Intergenerational Network – one of the networks that emerged from a “call to action” from Generations United.