Caroline Servat is an associate director at the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging. Her work focuses on developing collaborative partnerships and producing policy research for long-term care and next-generation senior housing solutions. Recently, she co-authored a working paper for the Wharton Pension Research Council on innovative public/private strategies to finance and deliver long-term care. She also developed and launched a new initiative, Age-Forward 2030, which aims to help cities prepare for an increasingly diverse older population by integrating population aging into strategies for economic growth, inclusion, and resiliency. In 2018 and 2019, she was selected to speak on aging and the future of cities at the SXSW Conference. Servat studied political science and theater at Bates College and completed her master’s degree in public policy at the University of Southern California. She serves as a member of the public policy committee for the American Society on Aging.