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About Lively

Our History

Lively is the place where active adults in the Pittsburgh region go to pursue their passions, share their ideas, and help shape their communities.

Launched in early 2015, the genesis of Lively Pittsburgh goes back much further. Through their own experiences in public health, three childhood friends began discussing a problem that they had observed in their professional work. They began seeking solutions to bridge the gap between service providers and aging adults in the community who want or need access to them.

Initially focusing on the Pittsburgh region where they grew up, the founders of Moringa Living LLC performed extensive research and discussions with stakeholders and residents at the city, county, state, and national levels. Based upon this feedback it was decided to explore partnerships with several agencies, and in early 2014 the Resource Center for Active Aging (RCAA) was created. The RCAA is a membership network of human service agencies committed to the development of new, progressive programs and resources for a more age-inclusive community. 

The information gleaned from the six founding agency members as well as incredible research and design contributions from students at Carnegie Mellon University’s HCII program, shed light on our most important findings: aging adults are a highly valuable asset to our communities with a very different idea of retirement than previous generations.

Have a class you’d like to attend? A group you’d like to start? An idea you’d like to see happen? Knowledge or skills you’d like to share? Whatever it may be, and our network of partners can help to make it happen.

Log on, explore, contribute, and act. It’s your site, your community, and most importantly, your life.

Contact Lively

Moringa Living, LLC
9675 Highland Rd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15237

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Scott Wolovich   Pittsburgh, PA

Scott Wolovich, PT is a co-founder and President of Moringa Living LLC (creator of Lively Pittsburgh and the RCAA network). Scott is a physical therapist who has spent the past 10 years working primarily with older adults in community-based care.

In addition to his work at Moringa Living LLC. and his physical therapy work, Scott is a co-founder and current board chair of New Sun Rising, a Pittsburgh PA non-profit organization that ignites, launches, and grows grass-roots social impact projects.

Scott graduated from Ohio University with a B.S. in Biology, and from the University of Pittsburgh with a Master’s in Physical Therapy.

Jamie Beadle Columbus, OH

Jamie Beadle PT, OCS is a co-founder of Moringa Living LLC. Jamie is a physical therapist that has spent the last 10 years in the field of occupational health and wellness. He is currently the on-site physical therapist at The Ohio State University, where he works daily with employees following an injury or illness. He is also responsible for the development of programs/initiatives that seek to improve overall employee health and wellness.

Jamie received his B.S. in exercise science from Penn State University, and a Master’s in Physical Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh. He is board certified in orthopedics through the American Board of Physical Therapy.

Karee El-Attar   South Eastern, PA

Karee El-Attar MBA MHA, co-founder of Moringa Living LLC, is a healthcare executive with over 15 years of experience specializing in new product development, market access marketing and reimbursement. A native of Murrysville PA, Karee is very excited about the opportunity to bring the promise of "Lively" to Pittsburgh. He currently resides in South Eastern Pennsylvania with his wife and three children.

Karee earned his BS in Marketing as well as a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Health Administration in Long Term Care from the University of Pittsburgh.

Jason Jablon  South Eastern, PA

Jason Jablon is the Program Coordinator for Lively Pittsburgh.   Jason is an Educator by trade and is also a stay at home Dad.  He works with local partners to build the Lively community, while creating new programs and workshops for adults to live a healthy and active life. In addition, he teaches Yoga to children at the CC Melon Library and has developed a wealth of knowledge on nutrition and healthy eating.

Jason graduated from Clarion University with a degree in Secondary Education in 1998.