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JUGGLING ACT: Christopher Earle, director of information systems for the YMCA of Greater Providence, has been called upon to perform duties beyond his core ­responsibilities. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Earle’s skills go beyond technology at YMCA of Greater Providence

PBN C-SUITE 2021 AWARDS Christopher Earle YMCA of Greater Providence director of information systems YMCA of Greater Providence Director of Information Systems Christopher Earle’s importance to his...
SELF-STARTER: Haley Lattinville, personnel manager for the town of North Kingstown, which lacks a human resources department, took it upon herself to learn various HR tasks and responsibilities, which allowed her to guide the town through the COVID-19 pandemic. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Lattinville’s eagerness to learn, take on challenges shines bright in North...

PBN C-SUITE 2021 AWARDS RISING STAR Haley Lattinville Town of North Kingstown personnel manager Haley Lattinville’s hands-on approach and eagerness to learn new tasks came in handy...
ALTERED INDUSTRY: R.I. Health Insurance Commissioner Patrick Tigue, top right, discusses the future of health care after the COVID-19 pandemic during a second panel discussion at the PBN Health Care Summit on April 8. Also participating is, clockwise from top left, moderator Michael Mello, PBN editor; Dr. Claire Levesque, Tufts Health Plan chief medical officer for commercial products; Dr. Michael Bradley, CEO and president of Orthopedics Rhode Island Inc.; and Dr. Matt Collins, chief medical officer and executive vice president of Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island.

Has pandemic brought changes for the better?

The COVID-19 pandemic has forever altered a lot about the health care system since it first arrived in March 2020 – telemedicine, behavioral health,...
SIGNS OF THE TIMES: National Marker Co., creator of safety identification signs and products, increased its sales by more than 25% in 2020, as its products were in high demand during the COVID-19 pandemic. At right, manufacturing technician Tim Egan looks over some signs. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Company buy-in allows NMC to adapt production on the fly during...

PBN Manufacturing Awards 2021 Overall Excellence at a Midsize Manufacturer: National Marker Co. National Marker Co. has been creating safety identification signs and products since 1934....
PHARMACIST ASSIST: Jeanine Sinanan-Singh, co-founder and CEO of Vitae Industries Inc. in Providence, says the company’s AutoCompounder, which allows pharmacists to mix ingredients to create the proper dose of medication for an individual patient, was the first product of its kind to market. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS

Vitae’s AutoCompounder increasing efficiencies in personalized meds for pharmacies

PBN Manufacturing Awards 2021 Emerging Manufacturer: Vitae Industries Inc. Vitae Industries Inc. works to promote efficiency in pharmacies with the assistance of its AutoCompounder product. Drug compounding...
R.I. EXPANSION: Rohan Persaud, plant manager and executive director at Amgen Rhode Island, stands outside the company’s new next-generation biomanufacturing plant in West Greenwich. He is overseeing the startup and licensing of the facility.  / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Amgen’s new $200M next-gen biologic plant a first in U.S.

The cargo that arrived in 2019 at the Port of Davisville in North Kingstown from overseas was something that had never been shipped to...
holiday cheer: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rhode Island employees gather for a Christmas party at the office.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rhode Island provides the right match...

PBN DIVERSITY & INCLUSIONS 2020 AWARDS Social-Services Agency: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rhode Island AS AN ORGANIZATION devoted to providing children in Rhode Island communities...
COMING TOGETHER: Construction workers Louiz Jandielson, left, and Vitor Dos Santos work on a home that is being put together by SWAP Inc. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

SWAP Inc. makes neighborhoods a home again

PBN Business Excellence Awards 2020 Community Involvement: SWAP Inc. NEIGHBORHOOD REVITALIZATION HAS BEEN a focus within Rhode Island’s capital city for SWAP Inc. since the...
SITE MANAGEMENT: Gilbane Inc. CEO Michael McKelvy, center, speaks with Dauris Nunez, left, and Nury Ruiz during construction of the Twin River Tiverton Casino Hotel. / COURTESY GILBANE INC.

Gilbane Inc. has a solid core to keep building from

PBN Business Excellence Awards 2020 Excellence at an Enterprise Company: Gilbane Inc. AS A COMPANY now in its sesquicentennial year of operation, Gilbane Inc. continues...
THE RIGHT INGREDIENTS: William M. Davies Jr. Career & Technical High School students, from left, Miracle Dunn, Aiden Nivar-Julius, Dorothy Tavares and Madyisen DaGraca sharpen their cooking skills in a culinary class.  / COURTESY WILLIAM M. DAVIES JR. CAREER & TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL

Davies offering students an early start to stronger future

PBN Business Excellence Awards 2020 Excellence in Education: William M. Davies Jr. Career & Technical High School STUDENTS WHO ATTEND the William M. Davies Jr....

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