AARP Rhode Island names Howlett state president

FORMER LT. GOV. Elizabeth Howlett has been named state president of AARP Rhode Island, the nonprofit organization announced Tuesday. / COURTESY AARP RHODE ISLAND

PROVIDENCE – Former Lt. Gov. Elizabeth Howlett has been named state president of AARP Rhode Island, the nonprofit organization announced Tuesday.  Howlett succeeds Marcus Mitchell, whose term expired at the end of 2023. Mitchell took over the volunteer position in December 2021. “We are delighted that Elizabeth has stepped into this key volunteer leadership position,”

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