ALEXIS ABRAMSON, PhD
THE GLOBAL EXPERT ON EVERYTHING AGING
Transitions Coach | Gerontologist | Trend-Spotter | Industry Consultant | Keynote Speaker | Product Spokesperson | Researcher | Trainer
Meet Dr. Alexis
Alexis Abramson, PhD, has dedicated over 25 years to the ‘Business of Aging’ with a specific eye toward the 40+ y/o market. As a proven industry consultant and spokesperson, Abramson is frequently retained to help organizations develop target-rich products, services, and deliverables geared toward multi-generational population segments. Abramson is also an in-demand keynote and panel speaker at industry conferences and consumer-focused gatherings.
A sample of her consulting client list includes L’Oréal Paris, Walmart, Philips, COMCAST, Marriott ADP, Duracell, Ameriprise, AARP, Humana, AIG, National Golf Foundation, Kroger, Harvard, BMO Private Bank, Kimberly-Clark, Siemens, AAA, Comfort Keepers, Northwestern Mutual, P&G, Beltone, Subway, Genworth, Arthritis Foundation, and many more.
Her commitment to understanding multi-generational consumers has been featured in many national publications, including TIME, Forbes, Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur, and People. Dr. Alexis is an Emmy and Gracie award-winning journalist who has frequently appeared as an on-air expert for NBC’s Today show, CNN, CBS, FOX, MSNBC, and numerous other media outlets. In addition to her popular blog, Dr. Alexis is a featured contributor to many top-tier websites and the author of five highly acclaimed books.
Abramson’s vast background also involves extensive work as the lead researcher for numerous global projects. She is particularly accomplished in data analysis, full report/white paper development, quant./qual. methods, agile/design thinking, etc. She is frequently asked to serve as the spokesperson when key research findings must be translated for public consumption, C-Suite/board members, employees, stakeholders, and customers.
Dr. Abramson received a Doctorate in Gerontology from the prestigious University of Southern California. She was trained in Cybersecurity Fraud Prevention (managing and responding to consumer risk) at Harvard University.