The Raben Group’s policy breakfast with Rob Romasco, president of AARP
As president of AARP, Rob Romasco serves as the chief volunteer spokesperson for the nation’s largest organization dedicated to improving life for people age 50+.
Across the country he addresses pressing issues, such as the need to strengthen and improve Social Security and Medicare, and the nation’s immutable, changing age profile that is reshaping every facet of society, including the need to recruit and retain experienced workers.
Elected to AARP’s all-volunteer Board of Directors in 2006, Mr. Romasco became president in 2012, following a long career as a corporate executive. He was senior vice president of customer, distribution, and new business development for QVC Inc.; executive vice president and chief marketing officer of CIGNA Inc.; president and chief executive officer of J.C. Penney Insurance; senior vice president of American Century Investments; director of strategic customer development for Corporate Decisions Inc.; and chief financial officer of Epsilon, a pioneer in the database marketing industry.
Mr. Romasco has served on boards of companies both large and emerging, as well as on the advisory board of the Eugene Bay Foundation, making grants to community-building organizations in Philadelphia.
Mr. Romasco is a graduate of Brandeis University and Harvard Business School. He currently resides in Burke, Virginia with Audrey, his wife of 37 years, who is a community activist in her own right.
This policy breakfast is not a fundraiser and space is limited, so please let us know immediately if you plan to attend by emailing Rosa Mendoza at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 202-587-2870.
8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Location: The home of Robert Raben
213 E Street NE
Washington, DC 20002 (located a block from Union Station