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Organizations Filed Purposes: AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization empowering people to choose how they live as they age. AARP champions positive social change and delivers value through advocacy, information, and service. AARP's vision is a society in which everyone lives with dignity and purpose, and fulfills their goals and dreams.

AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization empowering people to choose how they live as they age.

Community Engagement, Education, and Outreach provides programs, services, tools, information, and advocacy that advance the mission of AARP by helping to fulfill the wants and needs of people age 50+ and their families. AARP's 53 state and territorial offices offer needed assistance, information, and support to Americans 50+ at the state and local levels. This includes a wide range of community-based activities that engage the diverse 50+ population and their families, such as educational programs, health fairs, career expos, and volunteer opportunities. An important element of our state and local work is grassroots advocacy on state and local legislative and regulatory issues, including utility rates, caregiving, and work and save programs.AARP also advances our policy agenda at the national level through advocacy that proactively addresses issues important to people 50+, including caregiving, health, saving and planning, Social Security, and age-based discrimination. Underlying our policy agenda is the in-depth research conducted by AARP, which also provides a foundation for our program development and for the information we provide on key issues affecting 50+ Americans, including, in addition to those listed above, livable communities, work and careers, and more. AARP offers training and education programs that help people 50+ improve their lives, such as AARP Driver Safety courses, technology education through the AARP TEK program, and local workshops and activities on matters such as preventing fraud.AARP also facilitates the participation of 50+ Americans in bringing about positive social change in America. Initiatives include Create the Good, which connects individuals to a network of people, tools, and time-flexible volunteer opportunities; Andrus Awards for Community Service, which recognize people who have made a difference in their communities in ways that support AARP's mission, vision, and direction; and the work of AARP Chapters, which engage members in community service and fellowship.

Publications and CommunicationsAARP is a unique source of information through multiple communication channels on topics of interest to people 50+ and their families. AARP publishes "AARP The Magazine," the world's largest circulation magazine, every other month. "AARP The Magazine" includes the key areas of health, personal finance, work/life transitions, and personal enrichment. AARP also publishes 10 issues of "AARP Bulletin," which reports on such issues as Social Security, Medicare, and topics related to work, saving money, retirement, pensions, health, and quality of life. "AARP The Magazine and "AARP Bulletin," provided to all AARP member households, are also available online to the public.AARP also communicates with members and non-members through its award-winning website, mobile apps, broadcast studio productions, social media, and various other platforms to provide information that is engaging, informative, and useful and to ensure that positive images of aging are reflected in society.

Member Engagement is dedicated to ensuring that AARP provides a valuable member experience to members and that a relevant portfolio of information, programs, benefits, and services is readily available to all members. Members have the opportunity to receive customized information in the manner most useful to them. Assistance for members is available through a contact center reachable by phone or online, which also provides assistance to non-members who contact us.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Jo Ann JenkinsChief Executive Officer40$1,285,002
Nancy A LeamondEVP - Advocacy & Engagement40$736,644
Scott FrischEVP & COO40$696,672
Martha BoudreauEVP & Chief Comm & Mktg40$651,679
Kevin DonnellanEVP & Chief of Staff40$518,113
David MoralesEVP & General Counsel40$482,610
Debra WhitmanEVP & Public Policy Officer40$476,673
Myrna BlythSVP & Editorial Director40$472,736
Nancy SmithEVP & Corporate Secretary40$462,193
Kristin DillonSVP States & Comm Engageme40$456,377
Sami HassanyehSVP Digital Strategy & Mem40$422,872
Mark La CroixVP - IT Services40$421,733
John HishtaSVP Campaigns40$419,012
Jean Cheng SetzfandSVP - Programs40$415,061
Joan R RuffBoard Chair25$6,592
Lloyd JohnsonDirector10$4,105
Catherine Alicia GeorgesNational Volunteer President25$3,112
Libby SartainFirst Vice Chair15$2,478
Neal LaneDirector10$2,452
Joseph F CoughlinDirector10$0
Robert BlancatoDirector10$0
Martha Dally HayesDirector10$0
Annette FranquiDirector10$0
Beth EllardDirector10$0
Jewell D HooverSecond Vice Chair15$0

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