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Danielle Arigoni is Director of Livable Communities at AARP, where she works to support AARP’s 53 state offices (including DC, USVI and Puerto Rico) -- and the more than 500 localities and several states enrolled in the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities -- to create great places for all people of all ages. Danielle leads the team responsible for supporting Age-Friendly Network members; developing free practitioner-focused publications on topics ranging from ADUs to placemaking to rural livability; and delivering direct technical assistance to nearly 100 communities each year. Her team also disseminates a free weekly newsletter on livable communities-related issues, reaching more than 100,000 local leaders around the country. Danielle is an urban planner by education, and has more than 20 years of professional experience contributing to more sustainable and resilient federal, state and local policy, including prior leadership positions at USEPA and HUD. She also serves as a Board Member for the League of American Bicyclists. Danielle holds a Master’s Degree in Regional Planning from Cornell University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Planning from University of Oregon.