R.I. Council for the Humanities taps Francis as new director

ELIZABETH FRANCIS, former director of corporate and foundation relations at Brown University, will take over as executive director of the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities in mid-January. / COURTESY THE RHODE ISLAND COUNCIL FOR THE HUMANITIES
ELIZABETH FRANCIS, former director of corporate and foundation relations at Brown University, will take over as executive director of the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities in mid-January. / COURTESY THE RHODE ISLAND COUNCIL FOR THE HUMANITIES
PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities has announced Elizabeth Francis as its new executive director. Francis, who will begin in mid-January, will replace Mary-Kim Arnold, who has held the executive director position since 2007. Arnold is leaving her five-year post at the Council for the Humanities in order to join the staff…
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