Updated September 30 at 12:30pm
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Radiation oncologist Dr. Scott Triedman works to cure cancer here in Rhode Island and in Rwanda. He talked with Providence Business News about his experiences in Rwanda, his collaborations with colleagues and the progress they are making toward providing high-quality care for those in need. more
Dr. Ann L. Potter is the new medical director at Southcoast Behavioral Health, a 120-bed psychiatric hospital in Dartmouth that is part of Southcoast Health, serving patients in southeastern Massachusetts and parts of Rhode Island. Before joining Southcoast Behavioral Health, Potter worked at The Providence Center in Providence. Potter spoke recently with Providence Business News about her new position at Southcoast Behavioral Health and the entity’s goals and objectives. more
Philip Trevvett, vice chairman of the Urban Greens Food Co-op for the past three years, has been engaged with the not-for-profit organization for more than five years. Here he discusses the organization’s latest developments. more
Ron Carlstrom, owner of Reel Big Media, creates and edits aerial video for real estate brokers and other businesses. The company, based in Lincoln, typically produces one-minute promotional videos using images captured by drones. more
Thomas R. Bryan is a financial adviser at Bryan & Associates, a financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services Inc. A global association recently recognized him for demonstrating “exceptional professional knowledge, client service and ethical conduct,” which he talks about with Providence Business News. more
More than 50 credit union executives gathered at the Statehouse this month to brush shoulders with some of the state’s top political leaders. Paul Gentile, president and CEO of the Credit Union Association of Rhode Island, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Gentile talks with Providence Business News about what the state’s credit unions are looking for this legislative session. more
Dan Corria of East Providence, president for a year and a half of the board of directors in the all-volunteer nonprofit Team Providence Athletic AAU, has been involved with the program for about 10 years. A division of the national American Amateur Union organization, which provides national tournaments and insurance coverage, among other benefits, Team Providence provides sports play for youths 11 to 17 in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts. Here, Corria discusses the mission and his work at the organization. more
Dr. Paul DiSilvestro is director of research at the Program in Women’s Oncology at Women & Infants Hospital. He talked with Providence Business News about a recently released article, “Gender Differences in Scholarly Productivity within Academic Gynecologic Oncology Departments,” written by several researchers associated with the hospital’s Program in Women’s Oncology. more
Dana Borrelli-Murray, the executive director of the Highlander Institute, discusses the organization's latest venture, EduvateRI. She is seeking businesses and entrepreneurs who want to bring innovative ideas and platforms to education. more
For the past 20 years, Jonny Skye has worked with children and families in a variety of capacities. She has experience as a teacher, administrator, program director, researcher and educational equity policy maker, the bulk of which was completed in Providence. Now the executive director of Rhode Islanders Sponsoring Education, Skye has come to like working in the nonprofit sector, calling it a “fascinating experience.” more
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