Ally McNair - Redefining Retirement

She has a familiar face, having appeared on New Hampshire television for many years. She also knows the media inside out, having been an award-winning journalist at N.H. Public Television and WMUR. Good credentials for her new volunteer role as president of AARP New Hampshire, an organization that’s becoming ever more relevant with the state’s senior population expected to double in the next 20 years. Oh, and did we mention that you could tap her energy field and generate enough power to light a small state? With every presidential candidate making laps through New Hampshire, she’s turning on that wattage to promote AARP’s bipartisan Divided We Fail initiative, which emphasizes health care and financial security as the country’s most pressing issues.
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