Fit for Life Foundation (FFL) announced the appointment of Sandor Nagy as operations and program manager. As the Foundation’s first employee, Nagy will help guide FFL’s growth and advance its vision of healthy aging.
Previously, Nagy spent 20 years at the World Economic Forum (WEF). As associate director of the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, he contributed to the creation of national Social Entrepreneur of the Year Awards and headed up the selection of laureates in Europe. After 10 years with the foundation, he joined WEF’s event team as senior event operations manager for global and regional events.
Jack Lowe, the initiator of the Fit for Life Foundation and a member of the Board, said: “Sandor’s appointment as our first employee marks an exciting new chapter for our foundation. His organizational and management skills will be particularly valuable as we work to strengthen our FFL Awards program and build a global community dedicated to improving older people’s lives through innovation at the grassroots level.”
The Fit for Life Foundation is a Liechtenstein-registered non-profit. Its flagship program, the Fit for Life Awards, provides financial support for innovative, impactful projects with a focus on middle-aged (40+) and older adults (65+).