For more than fifty years, A.A.R.P. has helped people fifty and over improve the quality of their lives� With forty million members and offices nationwide, it is also a powerful political force� The outgoing C.E.O. discusses the organization�s agenda and challenges that lie ahead for aging baby-boomers


  • William D. Novelli Chief executive officer, AARP

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