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SHIP IT: Supply Chain Manager Daphne Johnstad and Supply Chain Director David Seaback, center, check in with Shipping Manager Peter Reynolds at Amgen Rhode Island’s West Greenwich facility.
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Amgen Rhode Island finds antidote for exporting obstacles

Amgen Rhode Island Exporting Excellence, 2019 PBN Manufacturing AwardsWhile Amgen Inc.’s Rhode Island operation usually ships most of its biologic products to the drug manufacturer’s...
TABLE TALK: From left, Jade Manufacturing President Don Boyle discusses a component with Quality Manager Ron Olf, Assembly Manager Donald Campbell, Vice President Chris Burch and Director of Manufacturing Steve Gruner.  
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Jade Manufacturing’s precision is mission-critical

Jade Manufacturing Co. Overall Excellence, fewer than 50 employees | 2019 PBN Manufacturing AwardsSpecializing in “build-to-print” mechanical assemblies and precision components for radar and reconnaissance...
MEETING OF THE MINDS: Toray Plastics President and CEO Michael Brandmeier, center, discusses company business with Chris Nothnagle, left, corporate marketing senior director, and Chief Financial Officer David Jose.
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Toray Plastics’ Brandmeier committed to colleagues’ success

Michael Brandmeier, Toray Plastics (America) Inc. Leadership & Strategy Winner | 2019 PBN Manufacturing AwardsToray Plastics (America) Inc. may be an industry leader in manufacturing...
FOOD INSPECTORS: Employee Maria Velez, left, and CEO Navyn Salem check food packages as they move along the production line at the Edesia plant in North Kingstown.
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Edesia assembles ready-to-use remedy for the world’s hungriest

Edesia INC. Overall Excellence, 50-149 employees | 2019 PBN Manufacturing AwardsProducing peanut-based, ready-to-use foods that help treat different degrees of malnutrition experienced by pregnant women...
A RICH, AND NOW PROSPEROUS HISTORY: From left, Tom Parrish, executive director; Meg Donnelly, cutter/draper; Curt Columbus, artistic director; and Amanda Downing Carney, costume shop director, review costumes for the upcoming production of “A Christmas Carol.”   
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Trinity Rep educates, stimulates on road to fiscal security

Business Excellence Awards 2018 Excellence at a midsize company: Trinity Repertory CompanyFounded in 1963 and housed in a former vaudeville space, Trinity Repertory Company...
MONEY MATTERS: From left, Roxana Mercado and Ellie Parada, Capital Good Fund loan officers, and Andy Posner, founder and CEO, discuss strategies for helping clients navigate debt and personal finance at the company’s office in Providence.
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Capital Good Fund blazing trails out of poverty

Business Excellence Awards 2018 Overall excellence at a small company: Capital Good FundWith nearly one-half of the U.S. population unable to tap $400 in savings...
VANGUARD: Jennifer Hogencamp, center, BlumShapiro’s sole female partner, created BlumShapiro’s successful hospitality practice and is working to mentor other women in leadership positions at the firm. She speaks with Sarah Morre, left, senior accountant, and Matt Godino, audit manager. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Hogencamp nurtures hospitality practice, female leadership at BlumShapiro

Women to Watch, Financial Services | Jennifer Hogencamp, BlumShapiroJennifer Hogencamp, BlumShapiro’s only female partner in its 80-person Cranston office, appreciates the public accounting...
DETERMINED LEADER: Head of School Suzanne Fogarty has led Lincoln School through many recent changes with a committed attitude and speedy execution. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Fogarty’s leadership lends luster to Lincoln School

Industry Leader, Nonprofit | Suzanne Fogarty, Lincoln SchoolSince September 2014, Lincoln School, the nation’s only all-girl school rooted in Quaker values, has undergone...
STEADY HAND: Barbara Riley, right, chief nursing officer, Rhode Island Hospital and Hasbro Children’s Hospital, speaks with registered nurses Wendy Rocha, left, and Sarah Smith at Hasbro.  / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Riley leads nurses to excellence at Rhode Island Hospital

CHIEF NURSING OFFICER | Barbara Riley, Rhode Island Hospital and Hasbro Children’s HospitalBarbara Riley, senior vice president for patient care services and chief nursing...
SEWING UP GROWTH: ParsonsKellogg President Thomas Parsons “Tom” Kellogg III, left, said he’s just a “T-shirt salesman.” Embroidery specialist Monet Sanders works with T-shirts and more for the promotional-products distributor. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Promotional products group backs ‘disciplined freedom’

FASTEST GROWING COMPANIES | $25M-$75M | 1ST PLACE“I’m a T-shirt salesman,” joked Thomas Parsons “Tom” Kellogg III, who said that, beyond that description, he...
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