Alisha Howard has joined Mesa County RSVP as executive director.
Howard succeeds Jean Brewer, who retired after working for the organization 24 years, 18 as executive director.
Howard brings to her duties experience in marketing and nonprofit organizations. Prior to joining Mesa County RSVP, she worked as marketing and human resources director for a home health care company.
Mesa County RSVP engages volunteers age 55 and over. The 550 volunteers who work with the organization contribute nearly $2 million worth of services to 60 nonprofit organizations, which in turn enables those organizations to serve those in need in the community.
For more information about Mesa County RSVP, visit the website at www.rsvpgrandjunction.org.
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