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Company Overview of American Association of Retired Persons

Company Overview

AARP is the largest organization for the improvement of life for older Americans. Anyone 50 years or older can be a member and receive services from or contribute to the not-for-profit organization. AARP is one on the largest lobbying groups in the United States, spending more than $40 million a year.

601 E St Nw

Washington, DC 20049-0003

United States

Founded in 1958





Key Executives for American Association of Retired Persons

Chief Executive Officer
Age: 68
President and Member of The Board of Directors
Age: 65
Managing Editor and Director
Chief Financial Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

American Association of Retired Persons Key Developments

American Association of Retired Persons Presents at Bloomberg's Longevity Economy Conference, Oct-10-2013

American Association of Retired Persons Presents at Bloomberg's Longevity Economy Conference, Oct-10-2013. Venue: Crosby Street Hotel, New York, New York, United States. Presentation Date & Speakers: Oct-10-2013, Jody Holtzman, Senior Vice President, Thought Leadership, Robert G. Romasco, President and Member of The Board of Directors.

AARP Announces Appointment of Robert Love as New Editor-in-Chief of ARP The Magazine

AARP announced that it has appointed Robert Love as the new Editor-in-Chief of AARP The Magazine. He worked as Managing Editor and Vice President at Rolling Stone, Love oversaw all aspects of editorial direction, staffing and strategic planning. Love will be based in Washington D.C. and report directly to Myrna Blyth. Nancy Perry Graham, who most recently held the position of Editor of AARP The Magazine will also be transitioning to a new role as Editor-in-Chief of AARP's Life Reimagined digital portal.

AARP Appoints Bill Johnston-Walsh as State Director in Pennsylvania

AARP announced the appointment of Bill Johnston-Walsh to the position of state director. In his new role, Johnston-Walsh will lead advocacy, community outreach and education work throughout Pennsylvania for AARP. Johnston-Walsh has worked for AARP for seven years, most recently as Manager of State Operations for the association's Pennsylvania office. He also served as Interim State Director of AARP Massachusetts for nine months in 2012. Johnston-Walsh began his AARP career as an Associate State Director for Advocacy for AARP Pennsylvania in 2000. Before re-joining AARP in 2008, Johnston-Walsh spent six years as a Deputy Secretary in the Pennsylvania Department of Aging under Governor Ed Rendell where he managed much of the agency's day to day operations. His previous work in the public sector also includes directing the Public Education and Information Unit for the Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office.

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