2017 PBN Business Women honorees recognized

TIA BUSH, vice president for site operations for Amgen Rhode Island and Outstanding Mentor for PBN's 2017 Business Women Awards program, spoke at Thursday's luncheon celebration about the value that she has gained from people mentoring her and how she tries to do the same for others as a result.
TIA BUSH, vice president for site operations for Amgen Rhode Island and Outstanding Mentor for PBN's 2017 Business Women Awards program, spoke at Thursday's luncheon celebration about the value that she has gained from people mentoring her and how she tries to do the same for others as a result./PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
PROVIDENCE – More than 300 of Rhode Island’s business leaders attended PBN’s 10th Business Women Awards luncheon Thursday at the Providence Marriott Downtown. The event celebrated the achievements of the 2017 class of 26 women, 14 nominated from the business community and recognized for the first time at the luncheon and 12 profiled monthly in…
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