About AARP Maine

Posted on 04/19/2013 by | AARP Maine | Comments

Contact AARP Maine:1-866-554-5380 Statewide

1685 Congress Street

Portland, ME 04102

ALL MEMBERS OF THE MEDIA: Jane Margesson, jmargesson@aarp.org, (207) 229-5628

EMAIL: ME@aarp.org

FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/aarpmaine

TWITTER: www.twitter.com/aarpmaine

WEBSITE: www.aarp.org/me

AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, membership organization with a social mission. We envision a society in which everyone ages with dignity and purpose. AARP is dedicated to enhancing quality of life for all as we age.  We lead positive social change and deliver value to members through advocacy, information & service.  AARP MAINE CHAPTERS connect and engage members in communities throughout the state through service projects, educational programs and social gatherings.  For an AARP Chapter near you, call toll-free 1-866-554-5380. AARP ADVOCACY empowers members to take action on AARP legislative issues at the state and federal levels.  You can see our current state legislative priorities at www.aarp.org/me.  To get involved, contact the state office at 1-866-554-5380 or register as an AARP e-advocate at www.action.aarp.org    WHO is AARP Maine?  Meet our Staff and Volunteer Executive Council!

AARP Maine State Staff (Photo L-R: Ilene, Lori, Jane, John, Greg)

Photo: AARP Staff

Lori Parham, State Director, 207-776-6304, lparham@aarp.org

John Hennessy, Director for Advocacy & Campaigns, 207-776-6303, jhennessy@aarp.org

Jane Margesson, Director for Communications & Media Relations, 207-776-6301, jmargesson@aarp.org

Ilene Knight, Senior Operations Administrator, 207-776-6312, iknight@aarp.org

 

AARP Maine Volunteer Executive Council

Rich Livingston, Auburn – AARP Maine Volunteer State President

Roberta Downey, Bangor

Susan Hartford, Dresden

Meredith Tipton, PhD., South Portland

Priscilla Parisien, Portland

Marion Pawlek, Kittery Point