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In Their Own Words

A broad range of financial needs calls for a broad, comprehensive perspective. /

Aptaker new director at KLR Wealth

Peri Ann Aptaker has been named director of KLR Wealth Management LLC, a division of Kahn, Litwin, Renza & Co. Aptaker joined the firm...
"WE'RE A Rhode Island business, so we're committed to supporting other local businesses and believe strongly in reinvesting in our community," said Michael Rauh Jr., Washington Trust executive vice president. /

Five Questions With: Michael Rauh Jr.

The Washington Trust Co. is constructing a new branch on Warwick Avenue in the Governor Francis neighborhood of Warwick, which will open by the...
Funding of education and research must be prioritized. /

Carberry joins pelvic-surgery department

Cassandra L. Carberry has joined the Division of Urogynecology and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Women & Infants...
"KEESEH OPENED its doors just a few months before the economy really took a beating. Despite that, we are where we expected to be in our original business plan, so we consider ourselves successful," said Asher Dunn, founder of Keeseh Studio LLC. /

Five Questions With: Asher Dunn

Asher Dunn is the founder of Keeseh Studio LLC, a collaborative design shop that offers both services and classes from its headquarters at Pawtucket’s...
You belong to your credit union; at a bank you conduct transactions. /

White new chair Credit Union Association of R.I.

Stephen J. White, president of the Westerly Community Credit Union, has been named chairman of the Credit Union Association of Rhode Island. A...
My philosophy ?is to run the business and not let the business run me. /

Wicklund new exec. chef at Napa Valley

Erik Wicklund has been named executive chef for Napa Valley Grille at the chain’s Providence Place location. Wicklund brings a diverse amount of experience...
MAKING IT: Kipp Bradford, left, and Brian Jepson are the organizers of the first ?annual Maker Faire, which is run with the support of MAKE Magazine. /

Maker Faire Rhode Island may become annual event

They’re engineers, industrial designers, programmers, artists and artisans. Most have strong technology skills, but what unites them is a love for making things –...
"WE WOULD be remiss if we did not take steps that we believe will help minimize as much as possible the spread of both the seasonal and 2009 H1N1 flu viruses," said Dr. Mary Reich Cooper, Lifespan chief quality officer.  /

Five Questions With: Dr. Mary Reich Cooper

The flu season is only just beginning, but to protect patients from H1N1 and other flu viruses, the Lifespan health system last week implemented...
"THE CURRENT issue facing our parent company has had no impact on the continued success or operations of Providence Place," said Will Malone, Providence Place general manager. /

Five Questions With: Will Malone

Will Malone became the general manager for Providence Place in late April. He was most recently the Northeast region vice president for mall owner/operator...
"BECAUSE THE loan is based on an anticipated tax refund, it is possible that when someone files their income taxes that their refund is not enough to repay the loan," said Steve Borgerson, vice president and regional mortgage manager for Rockland Trust. /

Five Questions With: Steve Borgerson

MassHousing, the independent public agency charged with making housing affordable in Massachusetts, is looking to help first-time homebuyers take advantage of the $8,000 federal...
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A summit on the topics of diversity and inclusion will be held at the start of the awards program. Attendees will learn from experts during a discussion of best practices. For details, including the list of winners, panelists and ticket information, click below.

Wednesday December 5, 2018

Crowne Plaza, Warwick
8am–11am