Self-discovery breeds success

WHY IT MATTERS: Amanda McMullen, chief operating officer at Meeting Street in Providence, reads to some of the 5-year-old students in the school's library. From left, Sophia Cairone, Braydon Stelmach, Atticus Michael, Karyss Williams, and Georgia Marton. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
WHY IT MATTERS: Amanda McMullen, chief operating officer at Meeting Street in Providence, reads to some of the 5-year-old students in the school's library. From left, Sophia Cairone, Braydon Stelmach, Atticus Michael, Karyss Williams, and Georgia Marton. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, NONPROFIT With an art history degree freshly in hand, Amanda McMullen left Syracuse University some years ago looking for work in a museum. That search, which led her to Boston and an administrative assistant position at the Old State House museum on the Freedom Trail, also exposed McMullen to the world of…

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