NEW YORK, April 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Video News Release -- We've all heard the anti-aging mantra—"50 is the new 30!" or "60 is the new 40!" Although it sounds great in theory, CEO of AARP Jo Ann Jenkins disagrees. 50 is 50, and she, for one, likes the look of it.
In interviews with reporter Laura DeAngelis, Jo Ann talks about her new book, Disrupt Aging, and changing the way we look at getting older. Jo Ann covers the important issues facing people 50+ and gives tips to achieving the best life possible in three core areas – health, wealth and self.
As the CEO of an organization dedicated to age advocacy in a youth-obsessed culture, she also shares tips to combat ageism in the workplace and in our communities. You can also find out how you can help #DisruptAging at www.aarp.org/disrupt-aging