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Monday, November 12, 2018

In Their Own Words

Fitting Web sites into the palm of your hand

Web browsing on mobile phones can still be awkward. Most sites aren’t designed to be viewed on two-inch screens, and most users keep their...
‘We work with them to identify and address the underlying issues that brought them to us and work towards a long term solution.’ /

Plan USA veteran named Crossroads R.I.’s marketing VP

Karen Santilli has been named vice president of marketing and development at Crossroads Rhode Island. Santilli will be responsible for leading all marketing, fundraising...

Judiciary chief seeks justice in spending for courts

As one of the five state Supreme Court justices in Rhode Island, Chief Justice Frank J. Williams writes more than 20 decisions a year...

Health law expert tapped to head R.I. association

Virginia M. Burke has been named president and CEO of the Rhode Island Health Care Association (RIHCA). Burke brings to RIHCA extensive experience in...
RICHARD GAMACHE, vice president at Elmhurst Extended Care, said that proposed cuts to Medicaid funding could hurt the state’s nursing homes. /

Nursing homes face financial crisis

As vice president/administrator of Roger Williams Medical Center Elmhurst Extended Care, Richard Gamache has tried to change the way employees and patients interact in...

Conway named North Star’s new ‘marketing maven’

Angela Conway has been named “marketing maven” at North Star Marketing. In her new role, Conway will complement and support the marketing and public...
Korina Anja Ramsland /

Ramsland named director of Women’s Center

Korina Anja Ramsland has been named director of the Women’s Center at Johnson & Wales University. She will continue to support the mission of...
Dr. Ahmad Samer Al-Homsi /

UMass director tapped for RWMC transplant post

Dr. Ahmad Samer Al-Homsi has joined Roger Williams Medical Center as director of the Blood and Marrow Transplant Unit. Al-Homsi comes to Roger Williams...

Northern R.I. Chamber wary of state budget cuts

With two full-time lobbyists on staff, the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce will be closely watching the State House this year, said President...

MJSA looks to its past to chart new course for future

Curt Ley got his start in the jewelry business 37 years ago and has seen drastic changes in the industry in Rhode Island, with...
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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