The Many Ways Ethel Percy Andrus Made History

As we celebrate Women’s History Month, I realize how fortunate I am to walk in the footsteps of Ethel Percy Andrus, who founded AARP in 1958, the year I was born. As I seek to “disrupt aging” — to change the conversation in this country about what it means to grow older — I often think about the enormous challenges she faced as she sought to bring about social change during her time. Dr. Andrus was truly a “disruptor” in …

DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT: Norma Kamali

Visionary. Icon. Pioneer. Those are the adjectives often associated with powerhouse American designer Norma Kamali, 67, who with 30+ years of design experience continues to evolve her eponymous fashion company. Kamali, who has been lauded with a plethora of style awards – from the Council of Fashion Designers of America to the Fashion Walk of Fame – remains a constant on today’s fashion scene. She is no longer just known as the creator of the red bathing suit Farrah Fawcett …