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AARP: A Legacy of Women Who Lead

Posted on 02/15/2008 by | General News | Comments

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We’re an organization that was started by a woman, so we don’t need Susan B. Anthony Day to recognize great female talent. But, why not spotlight women who are doing great things?
Check out these links to AARP’s Board and E-Team and get to know trailblazers like President-Elect Jennie Chin Hansen, General Counsel Joan Wise and Nancy Leamond who heads up Divided We Fail and all of AARP’s Social Impact work. (And there are plenty more where that came from… Joanne, Shereen, Ellie, Bonnie, Cora, Nelda, Mara, Robin, Maeona, Mary and Joanne!)
And on our 50th Anniversary, get to know Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, the feisty former teacher that started this whole crazy thing. She’d be proud of AARP’s new generation of women leaders and of our nearly 20 million women members.

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