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Qualified to lead staffing services

CEO (or equivalent): Timothy Harrington, chairman; Emily Harrington, CEO 2015 Revenue: $7,814,857 2013 Revenue: $5,193,619 Revenue growth: 50% Cranston-based Qualified Resources International Inc., founded in 2010, is...
CEO (or equivlant): Gregory A. Woods, CEO and presidentNumber of employees: 281

Success: a 3-pronged approach to wellness

According to AstroNova Inc., its Whole Wellness concept – addressing an employee's body, mind and soul – helped create a 30 percent decline in...
CEO (or equivalent): Robert A. DiMuccio, chairman, CEO and presidentNumber of employees: 3,522

Employee feedback drives wellness effort

Despite employer health care costs having risen nationwide by about 6.3 percent, Amica Mutual Insurance Co.'s Wellness Program has cut those costs by 3.2...
FINDING AN EDGE AT HOME: Soon after taking over the family jewelry manufacturing business, Stefanie Taylor added new designing staff, many locally based, to create unique merchandise, one of the reasons sales continue to grow. With her at Gennaro's Cranston facility are Lindsay Fornaciari, left, and Jordan Mele, both junior merchants. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Creating new, bigger niche

Stefanie Taylor, president of Gennaro Inc. in Cranston, started working at the company while attending the Lincoln School in Providence. As a college student,...
MAKING CONNECTIONS: Deborah Viveiros, vice president and associate relationship manager for Webster Bank, has used her native Rhode Island connections to drive business for the bank. Here she talks with Joe Monteiro, vice president, relationship manager business banking. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Community ties drive success

In December 2008, when Deborah Viveiros was 28 years old, she was recruited to manage Webster Bank's new location in Barrington as vice president...
FACILITATING GROWTH: Susan LaMonica, center, chief human resources officer for Citizens Financial Group, has sharpened the bank's approach to managing its people to facilitate its move away from Royal Bank of Scotland. With her are Donna Bauman, senior vice president, director of employee communications, left, and Kathy Baran Paiz, vice president, reward manager. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Facilitating Citizens’ new path

CHIEF HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER, PUBLIC COMPANY Susan LaMonica, chief human resources officer of Citizens Financial Group Inc., the nation's 13th largest bank, mentions the word...
EMPOWERING GIRLS: A college internship pushed Shanna Marzilli toward social issues, and her goals today at Plan International USA are designed to have a global impact. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Making a difference globally

CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER, NONPROFIT Plan International USA Chief Marketing Officer Shanna Marzilli didn't always envision herself in marketing. While pursuing her undergraduate degree in political...
DRIVING ACA-INSPIRED INNOVATION: Dr. Francisco "Paco" Trilla has used opportunities presented by the Affordable Care Act to help grow Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island's reach and effectiveness. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Solutions builder: Dr. "Paco" Trilla

CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER When the Affordable Care Act passed in 2010, Dr. Francisco "Paco" Trilla, chief medical officer of Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island,...
CEO (OR EQUIVALENT):John J. Rizzo, president and CEO2014 REVENUE: $10.6 million2012 REVENUE: $5 millionREVENUE GROWTH: 112%

Federal contracts propel ADI’S growth

ADI Energy, an energy-services company based in Smithfield, provides clients with plans on how to use energy most efficiently by analyzing their systems and...
CEO (OR EQUIVALENT):Mark D. Correia2014 REVENUE: $13.5 million2012 REVENUE: $7.3 millionREVENUE GROWTH: 84%

Worker well-being driving growth

With the rise in workplace health consciousness over the past 10 years, it's no wonder that Preventure Inc. is experiencing so much growth. The...
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