AARP Nebraska has named Todd Stubbendieck as its new leader starting in 2020. He will lead the team of the state’s 100 plus volunteers.
The Nebraska native has more than 20 years of leadership and public policy experience. He worked as the Deputy Assistant Administrator for Legislative Affairs at the U.S. Agency for International Development among other political positions in Washington.
“Todd’s impressive breadth of policy expertise and his successful efforts to build bipartisan coalitions and relationships to pass legislation on Capitol Hill will be a huge asset to our AARP advocacy work in Nebraska,” said AARP Nebraska President Dave Holmquist.
“As someone who grew up in a small town in rural Nebraska, Todd is excited to work with AARP staff and volunteers to enhance AARP’s impact, visibility and engagement efforts across communities.”
He will help direct programs to improve health, finances and well-being of 194,000 members.