Claudewell S. Thomas, M.D., M.P.H., Professor Emeritus Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences Geffen School of Medicine UCLA.
Lloyd Rogler, Ph.D., Albert Schweitzer Professor Emeritus of the Humanities, Fordham University.
Kai Erikson, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus American Studies & Sociology Yale University.
Robert M.Vidaver, M.D., Professor Emeritus Psychiatry Geisel School of Medicine Dartmouth.
Sheila Wellington, M.P.H., M.Sc., Former Clinical Professor, Stern School of Business; former Director of CATALYST; former Secretary of Yale University.
Curtis Patton, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus Infectious Diseases & Epidemiology Yale University School of Medicine (School of Public Health).
Leland K Hall Sr., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus Union Institute & University Graduate School.
Bertram S. Brown, M.D., Former President Hahneman Medical School, former Director of N.I.M.H.
Saul Feldman, Psy.D., CEO Emeritus, Hartford Behavioral Health.
Judith Gordon, Ph.D., Lecturer in Psychiatry, Senior Fellow Urban Ethology Program, Yale University.
Don Spencer, M.F.A., Art Instructor and conservative thinker.
Jacob J.Lindenthal, D.Ph., Ph.D., Ph.D., Professor of Psychiatry & Director Institute for the Public Understanding of Health & Medicine, New Jersey Medical School Rutgers University.
Katherine Gaskins – I think, as you get older, you feel small. It is not that your life hasn’t had consequence, but you see the consequence in a broader picture, within a broader context and, unless you are the one in every hundred years, you realize that, though not inconsequential, you are small.
I am a Sexagenarian, retired, a writer, a participant in our social democratic process, a friend, an aunt, a sister.
I am a sometime contributor/commenter to The Octogenarians blog.
You can find out more about me, here.
E.B. Klein, Deceased November 8, 2016.