Updated January 23 at 9:23pm
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Larry Samuels, president of Kenzan LLC, a software engineering company in Providence, talks with Providence Business News about the firm, its involvement in the TechHire initiative and the “hack nights” it holds to connect with the larger tech community. more
Dennis McLeavey is professor emeritus of finance at the College of Business Administration at the University of Rhode Island. McLeavey teaches an investment portfolio management class that uses actual money through the Ram Fund, which has tripled in size since its inception 15 years ago. more
Jason Valdes, an 18-year-old from Warwick, represented the country in Compétences Québec/Skills Canada, an invitational Olympic-style competition and leadership program held from May 3-7 in Quebec City. He competed in the computer-aided design and drafting portion of the event. more
Dev Singh is senior vice president of specialty banking at Webster Bank based in Providence. He talks with Providence Business News about his section of the business, how it differs from traditional banking groups and how condominium associations and homeowners associations think about yearly expenses. more
David W. Widmann is vice president of appraisals for Providence-based Sweeney Real Estate & Appraisal. He previously worked for Rodman Real Estate and has been in the commercial real estate business for 12 years. He responded recently to questions focused on the commercial appraisal process. more
As director of the Lifespan Comprehensive Cancer Center, Dr. David E. Wazer oversees cancer services across the Lifespan system to deepen its capabilities in cancer care, broaden its research and and ensure the highest standards of care and support for patients and families. He spoke with Providence Business News about the CCC and its upcoming partnership with the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. more
Mark J. Meiklejohn is president and CEO of Bank Rhode Island and a member of its board of directors. A lifelong resident of Rhode Island, Meiklejohn talks with Providence Business News about cybersecurity, the rising threat of cyberattacks to financial institutions and other industries, and what measures the bank is taking to protect itself. more
Connor Dowd is operating principal and principal broker for Keller Williams Newport and East Bay. He unfortunately has had experience with real estate-related scams that are being reported in Rhode Rhode Island. According to Dowd, representatives of the Boston field office of the FBI estimate $800,000 was targeted by scammers nationwide last fall, which has since grown to $2.4 billion. more
Executive Director Shannon Reedy of Cumberland founded the nonprofit Chase the Cure Inc. after her youngest son, Chase, was diagnosed with a terminal lysosomal storage disease known as Niemann Pick Type C (also referred to as childhood Alzheimer’s because of its symptoms), shortly after his second birthday in October 2011. The mission of the nonprofit, which became a 501(c)(3) in 2013, is to help move treatments for the disease out of the lab and to patients. Here Reedy discusses the nonprofit’s origin and mission in greater detail. more
Charles Reppucci, executive director and chief operating officer with the Providence law firm Hinckley Allen & Snyder LLC, is the newly elected chairman of the Care New England board of directors. Reppucci talks with PBN about potential upcoming changes and challenges for Care New England. more
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