Author Bio – Arthur Koff


Arthur Koff and his dog Duncan

Picture of Arthur Koff and his dog Duncan

Art graduated from Dartmouth College in 1957 and did his postgraduate work at the University of Chicago Executive Program. He started his career with the Chicago Sun Times after which he spent 40 years in advertising communications with both national and international advertising agencies.

After “retiring” Art spent several years as a consultant working with employers involving the aging work force and with seniors addressing the challenges facing them as they prepared for retirement.

Art has made presentations at local, national, and international association meetings, conventions and trade shows. He has appeared on TV several times and been quoted as an authority on the new developments and challenges that affect older Americans in the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Money Magazine, Fortune, in major newspapers and on hundreds of Websites.

Art founded in early 2003 and the site has developed into a major destination for retirees, people planning retirement and Americans with responsibilities for older family members. RetiredBrains provides information on a wide variety of subjects and includes a free job board connecting employers looking to hire older workers with seniors and boomers looking for employment..

Art’s book Invent Your Retirement Resources for the Good Life, published by Oakhill Press, is a complete reference guide for those planning retirement and for retirees themselves.

About David Desautel

The owner and operator of The Boomer Blogs, a retired computer professional living in Sequim, WA, a Vietnam veteran, a life-long Elvis Presley fan, and co-owner (with my wife Malen) of a great online business site selling new & used treasures - your 24/7 garage sale destination!

1 response to Author Bio – Arthur Koff

  1. I always like to know a little bit about the person whose posts I’m reading

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