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At Blount, looking out for workers
 also boosts community

Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island 2019 500-1,999 EMPLOYEES #4: Blount Fine Foods Inc.CEO (or equivalent): Todd Blount, CEO and president Number of employees: 716Although Blount Fine...

At Bryant education,
wellness aligned

Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island 2019 500-1,999 EMPLOYEES #3: Bryant UniversityCEO (or equivalent): Ronald K. Machtley, president Number of employees: 688Bryant University’s wellness program for employees...

Company, employee health 
intertwined at Thielsch

Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island 2019 500-1,999 EMPLOYEES #2: Thielsch Engineering Inc.CEO (or equivalent): Thomas E. Lent, CEO and president Number of employees: 635Cranston’s Thielsch Engineering...
KEEP ON TRUCKING: Elizabeth Robson started on the lowest rung of her family’s business, JF Moran, decades ago and worked her way up – including earning a law degree – until she was named president in 2015. She also teaches at Johnson & Wales University. 
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JF Moran president has enduring love of logistics

Business Women Awards 2019 | INDUSTRY LEADER, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Elizabeth Robson, JF Moran Inc.Sometimes, younger generations have little interest in following footsteps into their...
POWER UP: Since taking over as executive director of the Newport County Chamber of Commerce, Erin Donovan-Boyle has raised the profile of one of Rhode Island’s largest business-advocacy groups.
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Erin Donovan-Boyle gives Newport County Chamber a big energy boost

Business Women Awards 2019 | WOMEN TO WATCH, SOCIAL SERVICES/NONPROFITS Erin Donovan-Boyle, Newport County Chamber of CommerceERIN DONOVAN-BOYLE’S BACKGROUND prepared her well to be...
SHE’S A WINNER: Rachel Barber, IGT senior vice president and chief technology officer of gaming and lottery, started with GTECH as a software engineer 28 years ago and a merger with IGT hasn’t stopped her corporate climb.
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IGT’s Barber has taken her game to the top levels

Business Women Awards 2019 | INDUSTRY LEADER, TECHNICAL SERVICES  Rachel Barber, IGT Inc.Rachel Barber remembers fondly how she loved video games as a kid.“I liked...
A GIVING PERSON: Angela Bannerman Ankoma, executive vice president and director of community investment for United Way of Rhode Island, oversees millions of dollars in grants to programs and organizations annually.
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Community needs are Bannerman Ankoma’s chief concern

2019 C-Suite Awards | RISING STAR: ANGELA BANNERMAN ANKOMA | UNITED WAY OF RHODE ISLAND“If you were to ask me two years ago if...
A HEALTHY EDUCATION: William M. Davies Jr. Career and Technical High School seniors in the health careers program, front, from left, Claudia Tomczyk, Cortny Botelho, and back, from left, Emily-Rose Furtado and Destiny Torres, learn the technical skills required in many parts of the health care industry.
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Davies tailors its educational offerings to the needs of R.I.’s economy

Business Excellence Awards 2018 Excellence in workforce development : William M. Davies Jr. Career and Technical High SchoolStudents attending William M. Davies Jr. Career &...
DILIGENT DUO: From left, sisters Gail Almeida Parella and Lisa Almeida Sienkiewicz in their store, Gil’s Appliances in Bristol. The two have worked to modernize the store and make it an integral part of the community. 
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Sister team works Gil’s Appliances into a modern community niche

Business Excellence Awards 2018 Excellence at a women-owned business: Gil’s AppliancesSisters Gail Almeida Parella and Lisa Almeida Sienkiewicz take pride in the fact that...

Tiffany & Co. | The Lombardi Trophy

THE STORY: For nearly two centuries Tiffany & Co. has been making style-defining jewelry and landmark designs. And in Cumberland, they manufacture the Vince...
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