Mission of ICCC

The ICCC was founded in 1994 by the late Dr. Albert Bush-Brown, architectural historian and Professor Dianne Davis to stimulate and showcase innovative concepts that address global longevity challenges and  opportunities. Through educational programs, conferences, technical support and international student architectural competitions, ICCC promotes a “ Society for All Generations.”

Focus Areas

Education and training, urban planning and design, health, information and communication technology, public-private partnerships, tourism, and public administration.

(ICCC) is a not-for-profit organization that has Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations. ICCC acts as a bridge linking government, civil society organizations, the private sector, universities and the United Nations in their efforts as a catalyst for new solutions that enhance and encourage adaptation and or replication in both developing and developed countries. ICCC is mainstreaming the impact of the new digital era on the 21st century growing “Agequake.”

Since its inception, ICCC has been committed to the principle that private enterprises and individuals can help society improve communities and social public activities. This is one of ICCC’s essential goals. ‘Hospitality Design in Healthcare and Senior Communities,’ authored by ICCC’s co-founders, inspired it’s advocating a holistic approach to the “Graying of Society.”

Twenty-three renowned world leaders since 1996 have been presented with ICCC “Caring” Awards for their contributions to society.

ICCC is a US tax-exempt 501 (c)3 organization The International Council for Caring Communities

ICCC acts as a bridge linking government, civil society organizations, the private sector, universities and the United Nations in enhancing new ways of viewing an integrated society for all ages.

Since its inception, ICCC has been committed to the principle that private enterprises and individuals can help society improve communities and social public activities. This is one of ICCC’s essential goals. Twenty-three renowned world leaders since 1996 have been presented with ICCC “Caring” Awards for their contributions to society.

ICCC BOARD OF DIRECTORS

OFFICERS:

Founding President
Professor Dianne Davis

Vice President
Mr. Edward Buyes

Vice President
Ms. Tingyu (Christine) Gong

ADVISORY BOARD:

Mr. Giorgio Balestrieri
UN DPI Representative
Public Private Partnerships Consultant

Mr. Mark Barasch
b2 Media

Ms. Edith Claman, ASID
Primarily Seating, Inc., USA

Ms. Kate Fischer
Words By Fischer, Inc., USA

Dean Urs Peter Gauchat
School of Architecture
New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA

Dr. Rod Hackney
RIBA, UK

Dr. Harry N. Heinemann
Economic and Cooperative Education Consultant

Mr. Richard Jordan
UN ECOSOC Representative

Arq. Joseph Katanik
Hudson River Architects, USA

Dr. Gisela Loehlein
Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), Dubai

Dr. Bryan O’Young, MD
Rehabilitation Without Walls
Clinical Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine
New York University Medical Center, USA

Dr. Peter Mathias
Bridge Research and Development, UK

Dr. Alexandre Sidorenko
European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research

Dr. Neil Solomon
Medical Advisor

Professor Jan Wampler
School of Architecture & Planning
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA