When Dawn Sweeney changes jobs on Oct. 1, she will be traveling a lot further than just the two miles that separate AARP’s headquarters from that of the National Restaurant Association in Washington, D.C. As the newly appointed president and chief executive of the NRA, Sweeney can expect to find plenty of issues that need attention when she arrives, not to mention the 103 bosses she will report to on the NRA board of directors and the NRA Educational Foundation’s board. ...
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