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The assistant vice principal of enrollment services at Rhode Island School of Design, Anthony Gallonio has worked in higher education for more than 20 years. After his daughter was diagnosed with cancer in 2010, he and his wife, Michelle La Riviere, founded the National GRACE Foundation, an organization that helps young cancer survivors and their families navigate the college application process. As executive director, Gallonio hosts college admission and financial aid nights across the country to educate families on the realities of college enrollment. more
1 You were a 2008 corps member in Charlotte, N.C. How can that experience carry over to your role as executive director? One of the most important things my experience as a corps member provided me is a deep belief that all children can … more
Barbara Stamp is a sales associate for Residential Properties Ltd. in Barrington. A lifelong resident of Bristol, she has been a top producer for the company since she joined the office in 1992. more
Amanda Roman, communications and events coordinator at Tech Collective, Rhode Island's industry association for bioscience and information technology, talks about the expanded 2016 Tech10 Awards program with Providence Business News. more
Joseph J. MarcAurele is the chairman and CEO of Washington Trust Bancorp Inc. The company last week released second-quarter financial results showing a slight profit drop of 3.9 percent to $11.1 million compared with the same period last year. MarcAurele talked with Providence Business News about what he’s seeing on the company’s balance sheet and how it’s reflective of the regional, national and international economies. more
Mark J. Brice, attorney at Decof, Decof & Barry, has represented children and families in medical malpractice and product liability cases for more than three decades. He spoke with Providence Business News about medical malpractice lawsuits and how medical technology is bringing changes to litigation. more
Community service may be a pasttime for some people, but for Dan Corley, school reform advocate and founder of Community Preparatory School, it is the focus of his career. In 1984, Corley founded Community Preparatory School in the heart of South Providence and for the past two decades has implemented and refined innovative teaching techniques that have enabled Community Prep to grow from a small, neighborhood, inner-city school to a model in urban education. more
1 Ethics reform will make it to statewide voters in November, years after legislators were removed from Ethics Commission review. Why this year? It was the convergence of a number of things. Common Cause has been out there pushing this … more
David Andreozzi is principal of Andreozzi Architects, a Barrington-based architecture firm that specializes in historically based, residential and commercial projects throughout New England. Educated at Rhode Island School of Design, Andreozzi started the company in 1988. He is the current vice president of the New England Institute of Classical Architecture and Art. In 2014, he was the national chairman for The American Institute of Architects’ Custom Residential Architecture Network. The work of Andreozzi Architects has been featured by PBS on “This Old House” as well as through numerous awards. more
Todd Thomas, founder of Tinker Bristol, a nonprofit manufacturing incubator and co-working space, talks about representing Rhode Island at the 2016 National Week of Makers held in Washington, D.C., in June. more
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