AARP Foundation President
Claire Casey, AARP Foundation’s new president leads strategic direction and efforts to achieve its vision of a country free of poverty where no older person feels vulnerable.
Casey comes to the Foundation from Economist Impact, where she was the global head of Policy & Insights. Her work focused on driving awareness and action on critical global issues such as food security, global aging and more. Casey also founded FP Analytics, the research and analysis division of the FP Group and publisher of Foreign Policy magazine and she has more than 2 decades of experience providing evidenced-based strategic advisory services to Fortune 100 corporations, foundations, governments and international institutions.
She holds an MA in International Economics and International Relations from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, and a BA in International Politics and Economics from Middlebury College.
AARP Foundation Board Chair
Libby Sartain, of Bastrop, Texas, MBA is an independent advisor, working with companies on human resource issues. With more than 40 years of experience in human resources, she is also an author and frequent public speaker, using her HR leadership and management experience at companies in technology, transportation and manufacturing. She led human resources at Yahoo! and at Southwest Airlines during transformative periods. Both companies were among Fortune magazine’s “Best Places to Work” during her tenure. She is Chair of the Board of SHRM Foundation, the former board chair of the Society for Human Resource Management and is on the board of ManpowerGroup. She resides in Texas.
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Diane D. Miller
Vice Chair, AARP Foundation Board of Directors
Diane D. Miller, of Sacramento, Calif., is President and CEO of Wilcox Miller & Nelson, a human capital consulting firm located in Sacramento, California. Prior to joining her firm, Ms. Miller served as Vice President of Portfolio Management for a national real estate investment company, which at that time was the second largest in the nation.
Ms. Miller is a certified public company director through the Director Certification Program at UCLA’s Anderson School of Business, and holds a current Certificate of Director Professionalism, Board Governance Fellow, and Master designations from the National Association of Corporate Directors. Since 2007, she has been facilitating public, private and nonprofit company board evaluation and governance education programs.