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Our Board of Directors

The 21-member volunteer AARP Board of Directors — the governing body of our organization — approves all policies, programs, activities and services for AARP. Read

 

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Meet the members of our Executive Team, their backgrounds and their leadership responsibilities. Read

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Welcome to AARP's Public Policy Input Page

On behalf of AARP's Board of Directors and National Policy Council, we invite you to submit your suggestions regarding AARP’s public policies. The National Policy Council will consider your input as they make recommendations to the Board of Directors to update existing AARP policies.

See Also:  AARP's policy development process

Thank you for taking the time to help AARP advance real policy possibilities to create and expand opportunities for people 50+.


 

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How to Input a Single Comment

This form is organized according to the chapters in the AARP Policy Book. To comment, you must select a chapter from top drop-down list and a chapter topic from the bottom drop-down list. Doing this will bring up a comment box where you can input your feedback.  If your specific topic is not listed in the bottom drop-down menu, please select “other.” Press the “Submit” button to send your comment on a specific chapter/topic.

 

How to Input Multiple Comments

You may submit comments on multiple topics in one chapter or multiple comments in multiple chapters. After you enter your first comment, simply choose another chapter/topic from the drop down lists and enter your comments there. After all of your comments have been entered, press the “Submit” button and the form will save all of your comments.

 

If you have any questions about using this form, please email npc@aarp.org.

 

Use the area below for general comments about AARP policy that do not address a chapter or topic in the drop-down menus above.