Banker battles disparity in wages, opportunity

SHOWING UP: Rhode Island Black Business Association President Lisa Ranglin meets with members at the office. From left: Retired R.I. State Police Lt. John P. A’Vant; Ranglin; Clarence R. Sneed Jr., CEO of S&S Trucking; and Donna M. Sams, Community College of Rhode Island campus coordinator, Providence and Lincoln.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
SHOWING UP: Rhode Island Black Business Association President Lisa Ranglin meets with members at the office. From left: Retired R.I. State Police Lt. John P. A’Vant; Ranglin; Clarence R. Sneed Jr., CEO of S&S Trucking; and Donna M. Sams, Community College of Rhode Island campus coordinator, Providence and Lincoln.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
For Lisa Ranglin – risk and compliance manager for Providence-based Citizens Bank – it’s been a busy professional track. Her executive experience includes more than a decade at Bank of America, having filled a senior program-manager role there before she left the company in 2016. Over the course of her career, she’s earned many accolades…

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