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One major role of business executives – maybe especially those in human resources – is to teach. Many successful people say they owe the benefit of their experience to professionals coming up behind them. more
All too often, the focus on health care delivery today is on “our sick-care system” and not on wellness, said Heather Provino, CEO of Provant Health Solutions of East Greenwich. more
In what she describes as her “short 30 years” of working in the health care system, Cathy E. Duquette has always attempted to view the workplace as a place where a team environment, partnerships and collaborations can triumph. more
These days, banks can seem like characters in blockbuster movies: swirling in drama, thriving under turmoil, operating in crisis mode. Melissa Trapp, who manages Bank Rhode Island’s investment services, declares that she is “not headline material.” But she embodies the values that banks purport to deliver: sound judgment, a personal touch, little fanfare. more
Ann M. Kashmanian never thought about working in the health care industry when she was studying for a master’s degree in business administration at Northeastern University. Today, she helps keep several Ocean State hospitals on sound financial footing and works to make sure health care is available to everyone. more
The broadcast-news business in four states helped Angela Geryak Wiczek earn her chops in communications before it lost her in 1999 to the staff of GTECH Corp. She worked as a television reporter, anchor and producer in Kentucky, Indiana, New York and Pennsylvania. more
Helena B. Foulkes took a big risk in 1997. The Harvard-educated MBA was doing well at CVS Caremark Corp., working her way up the retail merchandising and buying sector at the Woonsocket-based company. She was comfortable and successful in that role – which is exactly when great executives prove themselves by taking a leap. more
It is clear from the sound of her voice that Kati C. Machtley is having a good day. The founder and director of the Women’s Summit at Bryant University is beaming, because the Bryant varsity lacrosse team just won the Northeast Conference championship. more
Walk into People’s Credit Union in Middletown and you might see Ellen Ford, the president and CEO, sitting at a desk with an elderly woman, helping her balance her checkbook. more
There are no brothers now at Scialo Bros. Bakery. The business that’s held a place on Atwells Avenue on Federal Hill in Providence since 1916 has been owned and operated by sisters Carol Scialo Gaeta and Lois Scialo Ellis, who grew up living above the shop, since 1993. more
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