AARP Indiana

Posted on 09/1/2013 by | AARP Indiana | Comments

About AARP You can reach us during business hours at: One North Capitol Avenue Suite 1275 Indianapolis, IN 46204-2025 Phone: 1-866-448-3618 (toll-free) Fax: 317-423-2211 or 2299 inaarp@aarp.org  Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Local Map Media inquiries:  Contact Katie Moreau, kmoreau@aarp.org, 317-423-7105. Directions: AARP Indiana is in downtown Indianapolis at the northeast corner of Capitol Avenue and Washington Street, across from the State Capitol building. We are committed to helping Hoosiers 50+ live their best lives possible.  Join us on …

There’s a Volunteering Niche that Fits You

Posted on 07/1/2013 by | AARP Blog Author | Comments

About AARP By Nancy Johnson • Terry Vertrice Almon spent more than two decades in management at a worldwide cosmetics company. Today she uses skills she learned as a trainer and meeting planner in a new field: volunteering for AARP. Almon, 76, said she loves being able to use her professional experience and people skills as a member of AARP Indiana’s legislative team, advocating for older residents, and as a volunteer distributing AARP information at senior fairs and health expos. Statehouse advocate In …

Curt Sylvester of Ft. Wayne Selected to Serve as Next AARP Indiana State President

Posted on 01/15/2013 by | AARP Indiana | Comments

About AARP Long-time AARP Indiana volunteer leader and Ft. Wayne resident Curt Sylvester has been selected as the organization’s next state president.  This is the top volunteer leadership position for AARP Indiana – a non-profit, nonpartisan social change organization with nearly 860,000 members statewide that advocates on issues critical to Hoosiers 50+ and their families. “We are so fortunate to have someone of Curt’s caliber and commitment to the organization step into this role,” said AARP Indiana State Director June Lyle.  “Curt …

AARP Indiana: Who We Are

Posted on 05/1/2012 by | AARP Indiana | Comments

About AARP With more than 855,000 members statewide (as of Jan 2013), AARP Indiana’s small, but mighty, staff  relies on an extensive network of volunteers to help us in our goal of ensuring Hoosiers 50+ live their best lives possible.  Our staff is led by AARP Indiana State Director June Lyle, and consists of Associate State Director for Communications Katie Moreau, Associate State Director for Community Outreach Mandla Moyo, Associate State Director for Advocacy Networks Sarah Waddle, Associate State Director for State …