Why We Built Vitality Society for Coaches

Designed for people 60 and better, Vitality Society™ is all about helping you create a pathway to positivity, purpose and pleasure. That’s why we say 60 and better — because 60 is good, but 60+ is better.
We connect forward-thinkers, thought-leaders, and champions of change so you are individually transformed and collectively mobilized to live the life you imagine and deserve. Our logo shows circles of colors — representing infinite opportunities to learn, grow, and meet people.

Our Philosophy

The Vitality Society™ philosophy is based on the latest longevity research that shows you can love a longer, happier life when you connect with people beyond your usual social circle of family and close friends.
We harness the power of technology to connect you to people at a similar stage of life and surround you with the support of Coaches via an online platform. These connections and communities serve as the basis for in-person opportunities and experiences.
Embark on the exciting journey of designing and experiencing your ideal vitality plan. Refuse to be defined by an age at any stage.
Why We Built Vitality Society™

Our Origin Story

Vitality Society™ is the brainchild of Meredith Oppenheim, a vitality visionary for 30 years who earned a US Congressional Award for her commitment to improving the quality and length of life of older people. Oppenheim combined her Harvard Business School MBA training with her decades as an executive in the senior housing industry, to create a 4-step, 8-principle program designed to provide people 60 and better with a vitality plan to enrich their lives with community and purpose, supported by coaching.

What You’ll Get in Vitality Society™

As a member of Vitality Society™, we want you to get immediate value from being here. That’s why we’re aiming to offer these simple benefits:
  1. Experience exclusive content and conversations you can’t find anywhere else.

  2. Choose from courses and individual one-on-one sessions with our Coaches who are thought leaders in their fields.

  3. Meet people at your stage of life, who share your interests, possibly live near you or who are or were in the same line of work as you, or who care about the same topics.

  4. Make better, more well-informed decisions about what is— and is not — most important to you.

  5. Swap stories, experiences, and ideas (not necessarily advice) around our shared mission.

  6. Find a bit of inspiration, thought-provoking conversations, and expert perspective each day.