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RICHMOND _  Peter Goldin has been appointed Interim State Director for AARP Virginia to manage the organization’s programs in the Commonwealth.


Goldin, AARP’s Virginia’s federal advocacy director, took on the Interim State Director role on April 14. He was appointed by AARP Southeast Regional Vice President John Caine when Bill Kallio retired. Kallio wound up a 27-year career with AARP on April 13. He was Virginia’s first state director, serving since 1998, and was the organization’s longest-tenured state director.


Goldin joined AARP in 2011.  He holds a BA in Political Science and International Studies from the University of Richmond and a law degree from The Catholic University of America - Columbus School of Law.  He is a native of Reston and resides in the Richmond area.


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