Ramsey Alwin works to position AARP as the global leader in challenging outdated beliefs and sparking new solutions related to financial resilience and longevity so people can choose how they age. Alwin engages with provocative thinkers to bring the best ideas from a wide range of perspectives to bear on AARP’s programs, policy work, and products. Prior to arriving at AARP, Alwin served as Vice President of Economic Security at the National Council on Aging, Director of National Economic Security Programs at Wider Opportunities for Women, and spent six years in the research, training, and advocacy division of the National Association of State and Community Services Programs representing the governors’ interests. Alwin has been featured in major media outlets including The Wall Street Journal and New York Times and has testified before Congress. She holds a B.A. from Simmons University and a Master’s degree from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University.