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Executive director of the Partnership for Providence Parks talks about the second annual Winter/Spring Parks Academy. more
The Rhode Island Foundation’s strategic plan for the next five years makes “inspiring philanthropy” a new priority and creates a new position within the organization responsible for assessing the foundation’s progress toward its goals. more
The van Beuren Charitable Foundation has awarded the Preservation Society of Newport County a $625,000 grant toward the creation of an endowed “Fund for Fellows” to support original research and scholarship in history, design and preservation. more
After the Providence Preservation Society lost its previous executive director to a Florida art gallery, the organization turned to the Sunshine State for a replacement, hiring Jennings, Fla. native Charles Brent Runyon in October. Runyon, who goes by his middle name, brings a background in electrical engineering to a job that has traditionally focused on defending unloved structures from the wrecking ball. But like other groups across the country, the preservation society in its middle age has become more involved in “place making” and city revitalization efforts, or urbanism, which often combines new development with historic rehabilitation. more
New executive director at Providence Public Library discusses his plans and objectives for the organization. more
Todd Martin, a tennis pro who ranked globally in the 1990s, has been selected to succeed Mark L. Stenning as CEO of the International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum, the nonprofit announced Tuesday. more
Blackstone Valley Prep Mayoral Academy has been awarded a $56,650 investment from The Champlin Foundations to fund technology and other items for its new high school opening this coming fall. more
Board member and second vice president of the Art League of Rhode Island talks about the nonprofit’s work and the IonaFest more
Joseph Grady, who was named senior fellow for public policy at The Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy at Salve Regina University earlier this year, has spent years researching the ways that people interpret communications. more
Interim executive director of the Northern Rhode Island Collaborative talks about the organization’s work and his goals for his time at the helm. more
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