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Nancy LeaMond

Nancy A. LeaMond

Nancy LeaMond is the chief advocacy and engagement officer for AARP, widely seen as one of the most powerful advocacy organizations. Leading its government affairs and legislative campaigns, she has the responsibility of driving the organization’s social mission on behalf of Americans 50-plus and their families. She also manages public education, volunteerism, multicultural outreach and engagement, and she directs major AARP initiatives that include supporting family caregivers through advocacy, education and innovative programs, and expanding AARP’s local footprint in communities across the country.
As lawmaker consider Social Security's finances, it is crucial that they recognize the program's impact on women's lives.
Once again, the Earned Income Tax Credit is out of reach for the oldest low-income workers without dependent children. We think that's a mistake.
AARP is pushing lawmakers for more support for caregivers, but we also want caregivers to know how to empower themselves.
AARP will never stop fighting to protect Social Security, so it stays strong for you and future generations of Americans.
Last week, President Biden delivered his State of the Union address to a divided Congress – and a divided nation – and it already feels like the 2024 election is right around the corner.
According to the Harvard Business School, more than seven out of every 10 U.S. workers have what amounts to a demanding second job – providing unpaid care for their older parents, spouses, or other loved ones. These dedicated employees often struggle to balance all their responsibilities on the job…
As 2023 legislative sessions begin around the country, AARP will continue to push for measures to support family caregivers and those who depend on their care.
AARP helped pass new measures in dozens of states in 2022 to make life easier for family caregivers.
En español | Every single day, 65,700 dedicated individuals join the ranks of family caregivers. From hard-working young people to aging relatives, they represent every generation and community, now numbering more than 50 million Americans.
En español | When we talk about family caregiving, we usually focus on the dedicated souls who provide so much help to ailing loved ones. But this message is directed to a different audience: the employers that caregivers work for outside the home.
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