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Nancy A. LeaMond


Nancy LeaMond, executive vice president of AARP's State and National Group, leads government relations, advocacy and public education for AARP's social change agenda. LeaMond also has responsibility for AARP's state operation, which includes offices in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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2014 Medicare Trustees Report Urges Responsible Solutions

Posted on 07/28/2014 by |AARP Executive Vice President | Comments

PoliticsThe Medicare Trustees report today reminds us of the financial challenges facing Medicare, along with the overall high cost of health care. With 64 million Americans expected to be enrolled in Medicare by 2020, we must do more to reduce wasteful spending throughout our health care system. For starters, we can reduce costs and find significant savings in Medicare and throughout the health care system with responsible solutions rather than harmful cuts. By improving care coordination, utilizing technology more efficiently, …

Social Security Remains Strong Overall and Separate From the Budget

Posted on 07/28/2014 by |AARP Executive Vice President | Comments

PoliticsSocial Security remains strong as seen in today’s long-term projected outlook by the Social Security Trustees. While today’s report reminds us that we must eventually make modest changes to ensure current and future generations of Social Security beneficiaries receive what they’ve earned, it confirms that Social Security can continue to pay full benefits for nearly two decades. The Trustees once again report that the combined Old Age, Survivor and Disability Insurance Trust can pay full retirement, survivor and disability benefits for approximately two more decades, and about 75 percent of …

El cuidado de los nuestros retorna al hogar

Posted on 07/8/2014 by |AARP Executive Vice President | Comments

En EspañolPor siglos, los hogares nos han dado un techo, un lugar para criar una familia. Después, los hogares tomaron un sitio de honor y se convirtieron en nuestros propios castillos. Y en décadas recientes, los propietarios de viviendas contaron con la revalorización rápida de sus hogares para ayudarlos a obtener seguridad financiera e independencia en cierta medida. Con el paso del tiempo, el hogar ha servido muchos propósitos y su función ha evolucionado desde simplemente brindar albergue a mucho más. …

5 Key Lessons for Engaging Volunteers Online

Posted on 05/21/2014 by |AARP Executive Vice President | Comments

VolunteeringDoes your organization struggle to recruit volunteers for your cause? If so, you are not alone. There are countless groups competing for “share of heart” from folks who are willing to lend their time and energy for the social good. Many nonprofits dream of expanding their volunteer ranks with individuals who bring decades of life and work experience — as well as commitment and passion. What those organizations may not realize is that these ideal candidates are out there… en …

Impact of an Aging America on Individuals and Institutions

Posted on 05/20/2014 by |AARP Executive Vice President | Comments

PoliticsAARP Executive Vice President Nancy LeaMond delivered the following speech on the impact of an aging America on individuals and institutions in an address to AARP staff and volunteers this morning:   Impact of an Aging America on Major Institutions Good morning. Welcome to the 2014 State & National Group Leadership Summit. And a special welcome to the staff and volunteers who traveled from every corner of the country — and beyond — to be here this week. I’d like …

Home Is Where the Health Care Is

Posted on 04/29/2014 by |AARP Executive Vice President | Comments

Great PlacesFor millennia, the home provided a roof over our heads, a place to raise a family. Later on, pride of place set in and the home became our personal castle. And in recent decades, homeowners counted on rapidly appreciating housing values to help secure some measure of financial security and independence. Stay Informed: Sign up for the AARP Livable Communities Newsletter Over time, the home has served many purposes, and its function has evolved from simply providing shelter to so much more. …