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Sabina MatosDEMDemocrat Lieutenant Governor
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Sabina Matos (born February 13, 1974) is a Dominican-American politician serving as the 70th Lieutenant Governor of Rhode Island since April 2021. Sabina Matos is the first Afro-Latina lieutenant governor and the first Dominican-American to hold state-wide office in the United States. A member of the Democratic Party, she previously represented Ward 15 in the Providence City Council and served as its president.

Education3 - 3 of 1
Rhode Island College
Bachelor of Arts Communications, Public Relations
1996 - 2001
Past Positions1 - 8 of 8
Lieutenant Governor
State of Rhode Island
2021 - Current
Council President
Providence City Council, Rhode Island
2019 - 2021
Council Member
City of Providence, Rhode Island
2011 - 2019
Former President Pro Tempore
Providence City Council, Rhode Island
Associate Director
New Roots Providence
2008 - 2013
Administrative Coordinator
Making Connections Providence
2004 - 2008
Former President
Rhode Island Latino Civic Fund
Former President
Educational Center for the Arts and Sciences
Other Experience1 - 8 of 8
Former Board Member
Latino Policy Institute
Former Board Secretary
Olneyville Housing Corporation
Former Member
Olneyville Neighborhood Association
Former Member
Direct Action for Rights and Equality
Former President
Latina Leadership Training
Former President
Univocal Legislative Minority Advisory Council
Former President
Rhode Island Latino Political Action Committee
Founding Member
Latina’s United for Change