AARP Adds New Names To Its Online Editorial Team

Now that it’s revealed its revamped website, AARP has added a few new members to its online editorial team.

Bernard Ohanian becomes vice president and editor of AARP’s digital properties.

Andy Boltax joins AARP.org staff as senior content manager, working with various departments within AARP to develop online content.

Betsy Carpenter joins AARP as editor of the Health and Home & Garden channels.

Virginia Cueto will act as the executive producer of AARP.org en Espanol, the Spanish-only web property related to AARP’s Spanish-language content.

Mike DeSenne is the new editor for the Money and Work channels at AARP.org.

Teo Furtado will become executive producer of AARP.org, determining and executing the editorial vision of the site.

Cathy Ginther will handle content deals and large-scale editorial projects for AARP.org.

Amy Greber is being promoted from her current position as community producer for AARP.org to the newly created position of social media editor. She will be responsible for integrating social media into AARP.org and focusing on user engagement.

Carolyn Hall becomes the director and managing editor for the site.

Mary Hickey becomes editor of the Relationships and Personal Growth channels at AARP.org.

Kim Keister will head the Politics & Society and Giving Back channels on AARP.org.