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Editor in Chief Claire McIntosh

Claire R. McIntosh is editor in chief of Sisters From AARP, and a senior editor at AARP The Magazine and AARP Bulletin. She has also contributed award-winning content to platforms such as Essence, Ebony, Working Mother, Heart & Soul, Black Enterprise, Crain's New York Business, Bettycrocker.com, Food Network, MSNBC, NBC, Generalmills.com and aarp.org. She is a coauthor of Health And Healing for African Americans.
Editor in Chief Claire McIntosh's Articles
, December 18, 2020
Season’s greetings from Sisters. Please enjoy this holiday coloring page created for you as our gift. Relax, sip some cocoa and take time for beauty, peace and joy.
, December 4, 2020
This month brings a special opportunity to build connections that can benefit your business,  brand or bottom line — but only if you’re hopeful, intentional and authentic.   
, November 6, 2020
We can fight loneliness, make lifesaving changes, reimagine our futures, find love and happiness. Meet the winners of our Sisterhood Is Self-Care Contest and learn how.
, October 23, 2020
To avoid or manage “maskne,” discoloration, dry skin, chapped lips, irritation and other issues as winter approaches, dermatologists recommend a few simple steps.
, October 2, 2020
Invite your besties to break out the markers and join you for a virtual coffee break as you mindfully create a colorful, joyful and serene scene celebrating sister-friendship.
, August 28, 2020
The strength, prosperity and well-being of our country are in peril. Black women essential frontline workers who risk their lives to protect it need real change, not chump change.
, August 14, 2020
Hair isn’t just what’s on our head — it unites Black women and symbolizes where we are headed. Writer, producer and image activist Michaela Angela Davis shares a vision for what’s to come.
, June 26, 2020
As we celebrate Sisters’ 100th issue, Black Music Month and our 250,000+ subscribers, you can enter for a chance to win a $100 Visa Gift Card.
, April 6, 2020
These therapeutic plants do more than pretty up your nightstand.
, April 6, 2020
Slash money-wasting “basics” that are actually non-essentials.