Age-Friendly NYC was launched in 2007 in response to the global Age-Friendly Cities initiative of the World Health Organization. Age-Friendly NYC strives to make New York City inclusive and accessible to seniors. Today, over one million people in New York City are age 65 or older. That number is projected to increase by more than forty percent by 2040. In this interview, director of the New York Academy of Medicine, Lindsay Goldman describes the history, activities, and evolution of Age-Friendly NYC.