Taylor has been the manager of the Senior Services/Aspen Club program for 23 years with University of Colorado Health. She manages health screenings, wellness programs and overall benefits for the Aspen Club members, who are age 50 and older. She has worked with older adults in a variety of non-profit and for-profit organizations for more than 25 years in the areas of senior housing, fitness, volunteerism, nutrition and to name just a few.
“Jill Taylor is well-deservedly a leader in Larimer County,” said AARP State Director Morie Smile. “She has grown the Aspen Club to 22,000 members by consistently providing resources to older residents in Fort Collins and the surrounding area. I am thrilled that Jill has agreed to take this leadership role with AARP.”
Taylor has been the co-chair of the health promotion and wellness tract for the American Society on Aging. She also has served on many boards, including the Fort Collins Meals on Wheels, Co-facilitator for the Larimer County Senior Network group, Retired Senior Volunteer Program, Fort Collins Senior Advisory Board, and the Larimer County Office on Aging. Currently, she is working on age-friendly communities.