Updated September 26 at 4:50pm
PBN Award Winners
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Providence Community Health Centers knows its nearly 350 employees work tirelessly to keep community members healthy, so the organization ensures employees are inspired to do the same to care for themselves. To build health and wellness … more
CEO (or equivalent): Cheryl W. Snead, founder, CEO and president Number of employees: 50 Despite its small employee base – 40 people in Rhode Island and another 10 in California and Alabama – Banneker Industries Inc. has a robust … more
A company that's in the business of showing clients how wellness results in happier, more productive workers sets a high bar for itself internally. Preventure, which offers tools, support and data for corporate wellness programs, can try out ideas … more
Approximately 400 members of Rhode Island’s business community gathered Thursday evening at the Aldrich Mansion to celebrate the career achievements and potential of Providence Business News’ 2016 40 Under Forty honorees. more
Talent is the name of the game. That is, if you want your region to be competitive on the world stage. You see that assumption in Gov. Gina M. Raimondo's emphasis on job training, based on the continuing difficulty that local employers have … more
Where do you see yourself professionally in 10 years? I see my career like one of the projects we design. There is a kickoff, a rewarding design, a construction process full of challenges and obstacles, and a grand opening of the completed work. … more
Why did you select your profession? Litigating cases and helping people resolve their disputes was the best means of applying the strengths honed during my education at URI. Where do you see yourself professionally in 10 years? In the next … more
Where do you see yourself professionally in 10 years? I would love to immerse myself in a totally different cultural experience, perhaps working overseas, building on my experiences with teams that encompass a wide variety of backgrounds and … more
Why did you select your profession? My grandmother had been in the insurance industry for many years, and it was her passion and drive that originally piqued my interest. I realized we shared a lot of the same feelings about the business. If it … more
Why did you select your profession? Completing my undergraduate degree as a Latina, single parent, full-time professional and nontraditional student was a challenge that only a few understand. I knew sharing my knowledge and insight of my experience … more
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