Christina Bevilacqua, director of programs and public engagement at the Providence Athenaeum, was recently awarded the Tom Roberts Prize for Creative Achievement in the Humanities by the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities. The prize, which awards individuals with innovative approaches to traditional humanities, recognized the Athenaeum’s salon series created by Bevilacqua in 2006. The salons feature weekly conversations on topics ranging from history, art and politics to architecture, education and health care.
Chris Brandon has been appointed vice president, solutions architecture and technical services at GreenBytes Inc., where he will be responsible for overseeing solutions architecture and technical services for the company’s storage optimization solutions for desktop virtualization.
Siobhan Scalia Carroll has been named senior vice president, public relations at The Perry Group, where she will be the agency’s lead communications strategist for accounts in the high-tech and financial-services sectors.
John Rodman, director of museum experience at the Preservation Society of Newport County, recently earned the Marketer of the Year Award at this year’s Nonprofit Marketing Conference. Rodman, who has worked at the society since 1999, led the museum’s marketing team to achieve its highest visitation growth in a decade last year. Under his tenure, the Newport Mansions have become one of the four most visited museums in New England.
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