Marci is Vice President of Marketing and Communications at Encore.org and one of the nation’s leading authorities on career issues and workplace trends. Read Marci’s blog.
Aanchal is Encore.org’s Marketing and Communications Associate, working on digital content and social media initiatives. She has a diverse background in health and social justice activities. Read Aanchal’s blog.
Jim is Executive Vice President of Encore.org, leading the organization’s thought leadership, research and storytelling work, as well as efforts to engage opinion leaders around the encore idea. Read Jim’s blog.
Marc is the Founder and CEO of Encore.org, a social entrepreneur, thought leader, writer and expert on the new face of aging. Marc is a frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review and a member of the Wall Street Journal’s “Experts” panel. Read Marc’s blog.
Paul Irving is Chairman of the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging and distinguished scholar-in-residence at the University of Southern California Davis School of Gerontology. He also serves as Vice Chairman of Encore.org’s Board of Directors. Read Paul’s blog.
Ann is President of Encore.org. and had a long career spanning both legal and operating roles in the U.S. and Europe. Prior to joining Encore, Ann was COO of Acumen Fund, a global venture capital fund focused on goods and services for low-income customers. Read Ann’s blog.
Mike is the National Director of the Encore Fellowships Network. Previously, he held senior corporate legal positions at wireless and technology companies and served as executive director of Super Stars Literacy. Read Mike’s blog.
Eunice Lin Nichols
Eunice is Director of The Purpose Prize program of Encore.org whose long involvement with social-purpose work included leading the pilot program of what is now AARP Experience Corps. Read Eunice’s blog.
Phyllis is Vice President of Encore.org and leads initiatives and research aimed at creating encore opportunities in the nonprofit and government sectors, with particular focus on children and youth. Read Phyllis’ blog.
Karen M. Sughrue
Karen Sughrue is an Emmy-award winning television news producer and veteran of CBS’ 60 Minutes. She leads Encore.org’s “Stories from the Encore Movement” story-gathering project. Her career has combined an interest in social change and global affairs with an observer’s eye and a desire to communicate complicated issues to a wider audience. Read Karen’s blog.
Betsy Werley is Director of Network Expansion at Encore.org. She has dedicated this phase of her career to building the encore movement and helping older adults realize their potential. Betsy spent the first 26 years of her career as a corporate lawyer and a business executive at JPMorgan Chase and moved to the nonprofit sector in 2005. Read Betsy’s blog prior to 2017 here and view her posts from 2017 and later on the Encore Network site.
Ruth Wooden is an Encore.org board advisor who served as President of Public Agenda, a nonprofit that helps citizens understand critical policy issues and the nation’s leaders understand the public’s point of view. Read Ruth’s blog.