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AARP and Blue Star Families Host Tele-Town Hall to Highlight Key Resources to Help Female Veterans and Military Spouses Boost Job Search, Overcome Underemployment

Tele-Town Hall Will Highlight New Findings on Military Spouse Employment
Thursday, September 29, 2022 1:00 p.m. Mountain

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WHERE:
Register here. To receive embargoed data on military spouse employment from Blue Star Families’ annual Military Family Lifestyle Survey , please contact Alex Guerin at aguerin@aarp.org and Avery Royster at aroyster@mercuryllc.com

WHAT:
AARP and Blue Star Families will host a tele-town hall to help female veterans and military spouses learn how to effectively leverage their military skills and experience to give them an edge in today’s competitive job market and avoid underemployment. The tele-town hall will highlight key resources and tools such as AARP’s Veterans and Military Spouses Job Center. The tele-town hall will also highlight new findings on military spouse employment from Blue Star Families’ annual Military Family Lifestyle Survey.

WHO
Kathy Roth-Douquet, CEO, Blue Star Families
Laura Torres, Senior Manager of Workforce Partnerships and Diverse Talent Sourcing, Blue Star Families
Lourdes Tiglao, Executive Director, Center for Women Veterans, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Jaime Chapman, COO and Co-Founder, Military Spouse Chamber of Commerce
Danielle Williams, Social Media Strategist, AARP, and U.S. Army Veteran
Lacey Craig, Senior Program Manager of Human Resource Military and Diversity Recruiting, T-Mobile
E’Beth Goad, Personal Brand and Change Strategist

WHEN: Thursday, September 29, 1:00 p.m. Mountain

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