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Business Women
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Only good fortune and timing kept Christine Cunneen from arriving at two scheduled meetings at the World Trade Center on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. She was a certified professional accountant, at the time working for an accounting firm in New York that had offices in the Empire State Building and on Long Island. more
Ten years into her career at HCC Marketing in Barrington, Kerry Chaffer learned from a confidant that the “chemistry” she engendered in making clients comfortable was not necessarily her biggest asset. more
I would like to begin by thanking Providence Business News for this amazing honor. more
First I would like to thank Providence Business News, Bank Rhode Island, and all the other sponsors for this very prestigious award. It was a complete surprise, and I very much appreciate the honor of being selected for the Business Women Mentor Award this year. more
The path for women interested in anthropology and archaeology 30 years ago was teaching – not a direction in which Deborah Cox necessarily wanted to go. more
Nearly 400 of Rhode Island’s business leaders attended Providence Business News’ seventh Business Women Awards program Thursday, May 29, in which 26 of the state’s most accomplished executives and entrepreneurs were recognized for their accomplishments. more
Where to begin with the superlatives? Now 7j14 more
Lisa Konicki is going full-speed ahead 17 years into her role as executive director of the Greater Westerly-Pawcatuck Area Chamber of Commerce. more
One of Lynsey Colgan’s current goals is to “find a curriculum for the new kindergarten program.” more
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