What Year Did AARP Start?

Answer AARP, the largest organization for people over age 50 in the United States, was founded in 1958. The organization has 40 million members, and offers programs and services to improve the quality of ... Read More »

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Who is the CEO of AARP?

A. Barry Rand succeeded William Novelli as chief executive officer, or CEO, of AARP in March 2009. He is the organization's first African-American CEO and a former CEO of Equitant Ltd. and Avis.Re... Read More »

What is AARP?

The American Association of Retired Persons AARP is a nonprofit organization for individuals age 50 and older. AARP members have access to numerous benefits, including access to programs related to... Read More »

What does AARP mean?

AARP stands for the American Association of Retired Persons. According to its website, AARP has three founding principles: "To promote independence, dignity and purpose for older persons; to enhanc... Read More »

Who serves as the CEO of AARP?

As of June 2010, A. Barry Rand is the CEO of AARP. Rand spent much of his professional career at Xerox, starting as a sales representative and rising to executive vice president of worldwide operat... Read More »