Anju Joshi has over 30 years of experience working in the field of gerontology, and teaches courses such as Continuum of Care, Death and Dying in Later Life and Perspectives on Disabilities, Chronic Illness and Aging. She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Health, Aging and Society, and focuses on experiential learning, where she aims to get students out of the classroom and into real-world world situations. A founding board member of the Hamilton Council on Aging, she has also served on the board of the Hamilton Community Care Access Centre, the former Visiting Homemakers’ Association, and the National Case Management Network. Currently, she is Chair of the Improving Access to Ethno-Cultural Seniors project and a board member of the Hamilton Community Foundation.
Graduate Certificate in Gerontology, University of Florida
M.A., Economics, Dalhousie University
B.A., Economics, Dalhousie University