Diane Pratt

Former Chairperson at AARP Foundation

Diane Pratt

Diane Pratt

Former Chairperson at AARP Foundation

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Ms. Diane Pratt is on the Board of Directors at AARP, Inc. (District of Columbia).

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Former Member, Oregon Executive Council at AARP Foundation

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Member, Board of Directors at AARP, Inc. (District of Columbia)

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Emeritus Professor of Political Communications at California State University - Sacramento

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Professor at Michigan State University

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Former President-Telecom Group at R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co.

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Chairperson at AARP Foundation

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Founder at Thurgood Marshall College Fund

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Chair, Board of Directors at AARP, Inc. (District of Columbia)

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Member, Board of Directors at AARP Foundation

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Former Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer at Lighthouse International

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Diane Pratt
Former Chairperson at AARP Foundation
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Member, Board of Directors
Prior - 2016

A country free of poverty and where no older person feels vulnerable. See Schedule O.AARP Foundation serves vulnerable people 50+ by creating and advancing effective solutions that help them secure the essentials.

Director
Prior

AARP Uncertainty is the new normal. Americans age 50 and over face choices and pressures unlike those of any other age group — choices no one could have prepared for. Older workers suffer the largest increase in long-term unemployment, the longest spells of joblessness and the least likelihood of finding jobs. Many are living paycheck to paycheck, and one in four workers has burned through his or her savings. Having worked hard, paid taxes and served their country and communities, they find themselves in circumstances far beyond what they could have prepared for. Many of them are one step short of economic catastrophe. Those who are 50 and over and struggling need a voice and an advocate now more than ever. AARP Foundation — a charitable affiliate of AARP — serves that purpose. Building on AARP's reputation and expertise, AARP Foundation has the ability to support and work with local organizations and programs nationwide to coordinate, fill in the gaps and help effective initiatives grow. This multiplier effect ensures we don't duplicate resources or reinvent the wheel. By 2030, one in every five Americans will be age 65 or older. Let's not wait until poverty becomes a way of life they can never escape. Through the programs of AARP Foundation, we can give struggling Americans 50 and over a chance to recover their confidence, regain a foothold and stay on track. The more we do now, the less we'll have to do later.

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