AARP Wisconsin today announces the appointment of Terrence R. Moore of Milwaukee to its Executive Board – a group of high-level volunteers who provide leadership and develop strategies for the work of the nonprofit and non-partisan organization that has approximately 820,000 members in Wisconsin alone.
Moore was appointed to the two-year post by Donna McDowell, the Wisconsin State Volunteer President of AARP, and will take office immediately.
“Terrence truly embodies everything AARP strives to accomplish,” said AARP Wisconsin Director Sam Wilson. “He understands the importance of giving people over 50 the means to prepare for all phases of their lives. His experience and expertise will be a tremendous asset to the Executive Council and as a recognized leader in the Milwaukee region, we look forward to his contributions to ensure AARP does the right work to improve the lives of all. as they get older.
The executive council is made up of community leaders from across the state, including the AARP Driver Safety and Tax-Aide community service program leadership, who volunteer to provide AARP Wisconsin with a broad perspective on the issues. needs and experiences of people aged 50 and over.
“This group contributes to the development of our statewide strategic plan and helps build relationships with individuals and organizations that help meet the needs of those over 50 across the state,” Wilson said.
As a pastor, entrepreneur, business developer and educator, Moore said he has been able to use his skills, talents and gifts to communicate and build relationships across diverse social, cultural and economic backgrounds. . Among his attributes is the ability to help bridge the gap in his church and community to bring better understanding between different generations and cultures.
“Due to my activities and involvement in various communities, I hope to expand the reach of AARP in Milwaukee and throughout the state to share the knowledge and resources of the organization on a larger scale,” Moore said. “I am very excited to represent AARP in this capacity as I am very committed to helping and advocating for the well-being of our seniors. “
Wilson said, “Terrence is committed to being a strong and capable voice to carry out AARP’s mission here in Wisconsin, which is to make life better for all of us,” Wilson said. “We are delighted and honored to have Terrence on the team leading our statewide efforts.”
AARP is a non-profit, non-partisan organization with over 37 million members that helps people turn their goals and dreams into real possibilities, strengthens communities and fights for the issues most important to them. families such as health care, job security and retirement planning. . We champion the interests of consumers in the marketplace by selecting high-quality, high-value products and services to carry the AARP name and helping our members earn discounts on a wide range of products, travel and services. A trusted source for lifestyle tips, news, and educational information, AARP produces AARP The Magazine, the world’s largest circulation magazine; AARP Bulletin; www. aarp.org; AARP television and radio; AARP books; and AARP VIVA, a bilingual information source. The AARP does not endorse candidates for public office and does not contribute to political campaigns or candidates. The AARP Foundation is an affiliated charity that provides safety, protection and empowerment to older people in need with the support of thousands of volunteers, donors and sponsors. AARP has offices in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. Learn more at www.aarp.org.