Sarah Lenz Lock is senior vice president for policy and brain health in AARP’s Policy, Research and International Affairs (PRI), leading AARP’s policy initiatives on brain health and care for people living with dementia, including serving as executive director of the Global Council on Brain Health, an independent collaborative of scientists, doctors and policy experts. She coordinates AARP’s role in the Leadership Council of Aging Organizations.
Lock is a frequent writer and public speaker on issues related to healthy aging. She has been quoted or appeared in numerous media outlets, including The New York Times, NPR, Good Morning, America, The Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, CBS News, the Baltimore Sun and the Chicago Tribune.
She serves on numerous boards and is a member of the American Society on Aging, the Gerontological Society of America, the Dementia Friendly America National Council, the Stakeholder Advisory Committee for the National Institute on Aging’s IMPACT Collaboratory, and the National Academy of Social Insurance.