Tina Tran

Current Role: State Director
Tina Tran, AARP Texas director
Lawmakers can pass legislation to shape our state as a place where Texans can live and age well into retirement, whether in the big cities or rural communities.
Time is taking its toll on my aging body
Texas legislators can protect medically vulnerable people in their homes and in long-term care facilities.
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Rosalinda Martinez of Houston, TX has been named Director of Community Strategy for the nationwide nonprofit’s Texas operations. Rosalinda previously served as Associate State Director of Outreach and Advocacy for the Houston team. Rosalinda has been with the AARP Texas team for 2.5 years, during which time she has led Hispanic/Latino outreach efforts, caregiver support programming, and developed new opportunities for volunteer leadership in Houston. In her new role, Martinez will lead a team of four staff and hundreds of volunteers in Austin and Houston.
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A commentary by AARP Texas State Director Tina Tran
You'll never be alone
Across Texas, 3.4 million unpaid family caregivers are providing nearly 3 billion care hours each year to ensure the health and wellbeing of older parents, spouses, partners, and friends with chronic disabling or serious health conditions.
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