En español | For the past decade, Gabriela Zabalúa-Goddard has turned her passion to serve into a powerful information source for the Hispanic 50+ community. In 2002, Zabalúa-Goddard took the helm of AARP's bilingual Hispanic publication, AARP VIVA and turned it into a signature portfolio of award-winning multimedia properties, including print, online, radio, and TV segments and specials.
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In 2010, Zabalúa-Goddard launched and hosted a national weekly radio show AARP VIVA su segunda juventud (now expanded to a daily on SiriusXM as AARP VIVA Radio). She has regularly appeared as a radio and television guest on Univision, Telemundo, CNN en español, and Bloomberg. Zabalúa-Goddard has also been a special correspondent for AARP’s My Generation on PBS and for on-line specials, interviewing celebrities, activists, and politicians such as Raquel Welch, Plácido Domingo, Alan Alda, and President Felipe Calderón. Born in Argentina, Zabalúa-Goddard is a Communications graduate from the University of Buenos Aires. She is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.