Marc Ginsberg, J.D., of Bethesda,
Maryland, was appointed to the AARP
Foundation Board of Directors in 2010.
He has served as senior vice president of
APCO Worldwide since 2001. APCO is the
third largest independent global corporate
communications and market development
consulting company in the United States.
Neal Cutler, Ph.D., of Woodland Hills,
California, was appointed to the AARP
Foundation Board of Directors in 2010. He
is currently executive director of the Center
on Aging of the Motion Picture & Television
Fund (MPTF), dean of the American Institute
of Financial Gerontology and an adjunct professor of gerontology at USC and a Fellow of
both the Gerontological Society of America
and the Employee Benefit Research Institute.
J. David Nelson (Selection Chair)
J. David Nelson, M.B.A., of Old Greenwich,
Connecticut, was appointed to the AARP
Foundation Board in 2008; he is also a
member of the AARP Board of Directors,
Class of 2014. Mr. Nelson is executive vice
chairman of VaporStream Inc., a software
company from Chicago that has created an
innovative application that provides effective private email communications that are
read and then gone forever, also reducing
the unnecessary costs of email storage and
Kathleen Edmond, J.D., of Edina,
Minnesota, was appointed to the AARP
Foundation Board of Directors in 2010. She
is currently Chief Ethics Officer at Best Buy.
She established Best Buy’s Ethics Office to
support its global operations. Ms. Edmond
is a member of the Conference Board
Global Council of Business Conduct and a
founding member of Best Buy’s Corporate
Responsibility Governance Committee and
Enterprise Risk Management Council.