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Five Questions With: Thomas Seewoester

With Tia Bush moving on to another role with Amgen Inc., Thomas Seewoester takes her former position as vice president of site operations for...

Five Questions With: Junior Ortega

Junior Ortega is in a unique position with one of the world’s largest banks. He manages one of only two “community bank” financial centers...

Five Questions With: Linda Hunter

Linda Hunter, certified nurse midwife in the Midwifery Program in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Women & Infants Hospital, was recently appointed...

Five Questions With: Anna Thompson

Anna Thompson is the studio art coordinator for the Cove Center, part of The Groden Network in Providence. She has worked with the organization...

Crossroads Rhode Island awarded $5M from Bezos Day One Fund to...

KAREN A. SANTILLI is the president and CEO of Crossroads Rhode Island, which recently received a $5 million grant from the Bezos Day One...

Five Questions With: Keith Fernandes

Keith Fernandes is the president of the Providence Apartment Association. The association is a volunteer organization of landlords who own property across the city,...

Five Questions With: Sree Dasari

Entrepreneur Sree Dasari found a need in the marketplace: a way to practice public speaking, a common source of discomfort for many. Dasari, who...

Five Questions With: Marcus Charlemagne

Marcus Charlemagne was recently named assistant vice president and manager for The Washington Trust Co.’s new North Providence branch, set to open at 1588...

Five Questions With: Ruth Feder

On Dec. 6, the Mental Health Association of Rhode Island launched its RI Parity Initiative, a statewide public awareness campaign to educate and empower...

Five Questions With: Jay Coogan

Jay Coogan is the president of IYRS School of Technology & Trades in Newport. He joined IYRS in October after nine years with Minneapolis...
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