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The AARP Alabama state office opened in 2001, and since then the volunteers and staff have been working to improve the lives of Alabamians age 50+ and their families through outreach, advocacy, and legislative activities. Those efforts are led by eight full-time staff members and a 10-member volunteer executive council who work with hundreds of dedicated volunteers throughout the state. Those volunteers, along with Alabama’s more 430,000 AARP members, are the backbone of the organization and a driving force in every effort.
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Wendy Hogue of Mandan has joined the staff of AARP North Dakota as senior operations associate.
Maria Dent, AARP Nevada
AARP is pleased to announce the appointment of Maria Dent as AARP Nevada State Director. Dent, who has served as the state’s community outreach director since 2003, brings extensive experience in aging issues, community services, volunteer programs and multicultural engagement to her new position.
Doreen Riedman
Doreen Riedman of Bismarck has joined the staff of AARP North Dakota as associate state director for community outreach.
Blanca Castro
We are pleased to announce that Blanca Castro has joined the staff of AARP California as the Senior Manager of Advocacy. She is based in our Sacramento office, located across the street from the California State Capitol. In her role, Blanca will work with our state's leadership staff and volunteers to develop political strategies to address the issues facing Californians age 50 and older.
Blanca Castro
Tenemos el gusto de anunciar que Blanca Castro se ha unido al personal de AARP California como Gerente Sénior de Abogacía. Ella está basada en nuestra oficina de Sacramento, localizada enfrente del Capitolio. En su papel, Blanca trabajará con el liderazgo de nuestro personal y voluntarios para desarrollar estrategias políticas para abordar los temas que afrontan los californianos de 50 años y más.
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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 Advocacy Ambre Marr, Senior Operations Administrator Cindy Lahr and Senior Program Assistant Mandy Suiter.
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