Cristina Martin Firvida, Vice President of Financial Security and Consumer Affairs for Government Affairs, AARP
Cristina Martin Firvida is AARP’s Vice President of Financial Security and Consumer Affairs for Government Affairs. She manages AARP’s federal lobbying on Social Security, pensions, retirement savings, financial services and other aspects of retirement financial security, as well as consumer issues, the federal budget, taxes, labor, housing, utilities and transportation. Prior to joining AARP, Cristina was Director of Government Relations at the National Women’s Law Center, a leading research and advocacy organization for women’s equality and economic independence. Cristina also worked at the Children’s Defense Fund as Women’s Law and Public Policy Fellow at Georgetown University Law Center. Cristina earned a Juris Doctorate from Cornell Law School, and a B.A. in philosophy with honors from Yale University.