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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
, 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.
, April 6, 2020
These three pairs of amazing besties give us serious #girlfriendgoals.
, April 6, 2020
The brilliant and beloved poet spoke to Sisters about activism, music, friendship, faith and aging well.
, April 6, 2020
As maternal instincts blossom, the Duchess’s sweet, loving bond with her mom Doria Ragland takes on a deeper dimension.