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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,, Food Network, MSNBC, NBC, and She is a coauthor of Health And Healing for African Americans.
Editor in Chief Claire McIntosh's Articles
We’re giving away copies of ‘Coleman Hill,’ a spellbinding family saga from debut novelist Kim Coleman Foote.
, September 22, 2023
Sisters are out here aging beautifully! To enter for a chance to win $500, tell us why you look and feel great at the age you are now.
, August 4, 2023
‘The Nigerwife,’ by Vanessa Walters, is a Good Morning America Book Club pick and will air as an HBO miniseries. Enter for a chance to win a free copy.
Talk isn’t cheap. Our families and friends are losing money to scams at the rate of $9 billion a year. A language and culture of victim shaming is helping thugs get away with it.
You already know one of these behaviors can be deadly. The other five are ‘harmless’-seeming habits of booked and busy people.
Invite your besties to break out the markers and join you for a coffee break as you mindfully create a colorful, joyful and serene scene celebrating sister-friendship.
We’re giving away copies of Miss Aldridge Regrets, a delightful historical novel in a new series by Louise Hare.
, March 3, 2023
We exhale roughly 8 million times a year. Chances are you could be doing it better. Take a moment to try conscious breathing and begin reaping benefits.
, February 17, 2023
Whether we’re celebrating reaching a weight loss milestone or starting over after a setback, these tips can help us avoid the dreaded yo-yo effect.
, September 30, 2022
We are moms, mentors, aunties, neighbors, grandmothers and more to teens facing challenges we never imagined when we were their age. Please join and share this important conversation.  
, September 1, 2022