Do you enjoy working for a cause? Do you want to team up with other leaders to enhance the quality of life of Delawareans as they age? Then you might want to join AARP Delaware’s Executive Council.

The Executive Council member is part of a team of leadership volunteers, who under the guidance of the State President and State Director carry out AARP’s strategic priorities in Delaware. You will have the opportunity to provide guidance and assistance to state office staff on a variety of activities such as special projects, research, diversity outreach, and community organizing.

Candidates should have a few key qualifications:

• Commitment to the goals and priorities of AARP
• Demonstrated strategic thinking and planning abilities
• Knowledge of Delaware issues and activities
• Research skills
• Networking and community partnering skills
• Ability to work with diverse populations

Executive Council members are appointed by the State President for a one or two year term. Quarterly meetings are held to facilitate an ongoing dialog on issues pertinent to Delaware including Caregiving, Retirement Security, Livable Communities, Transportation, Fraud and more.

Fill out a volunteer application by contacting Kimberly Iapalucci at




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