Join us for
The 2nd Equity in Innovation Online Salon
March 22, 2022

Connect with colleagues and thought leaders who are  focused on addressing health and financial disparities in this equity and innovation online salon to discuss learnings from AARP’s recent report on how consumers/employees view DEI efforts  and programs aimed at addressing disparities.

Download your copy of the new research report today.


The Future of Equity in Innovation December 2021 Salon

We had our first Salon in December 2021, where we brought together thought leaders around the important work of addressing equity in innovation. Download your copy of the research conducted with innovative companies around practices aimed at addressing disparities and Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives.

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About This Initiative

AARP Enterprise Strategy aims to address the challenges around disparities as we see them.
Why now?

“At AARP, as we look to the future beyond COVID-19, one area of focus for us is to build equity into the recovery in terms of health, wealth and aging. We see an opportunity to build on our efforts to address long-standing disparities in health, economic security and quality of life—and to redouble our efforts to combat racism and ageism. All people should have access to the resources, services and support that empower them to live a life of dignity, good health and purpose—regardless of age, race, or income.”

The challenge

Disparities in the U.S. inhibit longer, healthier, and more productive lives and obstruct the health security and financial resilience that enable people to thrive equitably as they age.

Long-term outcome

In 2030, we will become a more equitable society where race and other social demographic factors do not determine health and economic outcomes or the opportunity to live longer, healthier lives.

Twin goals
  • Reduce health disparities, especially among communities of color and other vulnerable groups
  • Reduce wealth and income gaps by race and other sociodemo-graphic factors