Dr. Jeremy Holloway is a Geriatric Education Professor from Toledo, Ohio. The focus of his research is concentrated on the social determinants of health, specifically self-efficacy, connectedness, and resiliency of older adults. Dr. Holloway developed a curriculum focused on intergenerational programs that include growth mindset, reminiscence therapy, mindfulness, guided imagery/visualization, and S.M.A.R.T. goal-setting practices to nourish internal qualities, resiliency and self-agency of older adults. These best practices address needs related to loneliness and isolation. Dr. Holloway is also an advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion of all peoples. He currently lives in Fargo, North Dakota, with his lovely wife and 4 children.