Sally Brown (on left) is an experienced program designer, facilitator and advocate, focusing on youth and aging. As part of her 34-year career at Amherst H. Wilder Foundation, she directed the Neighborhood Leadership Program. She has been an active community leader throughout her life holding many leadership roles including that of executive director for the Gray Panthers (locally and nationally). She has an MA in Special Education and an MEd from Columbia University.
Mia Bremer (on right) is an accomplished personal fitness trainer, medical exercise specialist and balance and mobility specialist. She has worked one-on-one with older adults for 20 years, presented locally and nationally on wellness topics, written for national magazines and managed a six-million-dollar fitness center as fitness director at Friendship Village of Bloomington. She is passionate about helping people thrive as they age and believes that sharing our many gifts is our responsibility to others and ourselves in later life. Mia is a 2004 Evolve grad (then called Advocacy Leadership for Vital Aging). She has a BS degree in Scientific and Technical Communications from the University of Minnesota.