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Brown receives Vanguard of the Arts award

SHERILYN BROWN, former education director for the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, recently received the Beacon Charter School’s 2018 Vanguard of the...

Five Questions With: Renee Lancia

The new Homewood Suites by Hilton Providence Downtown hotel is expected to open early in 2019, with 120 suites for travelers. Renee Lancia, the...

Five Questions With: Molly Donohue Magee

The Southeastern New England Defense Industry Alliance pre-releases technical topics on Nov. 29, ahead of its Dec. 3 Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology...

Five Questions With: Joshua I. Gorra

As managing director of Strategies for Wealth, New England, Joshua I. Gorra works closely with the entire management team at the Providence affiliate of...

Five Questions With: Dr. Carol A. Wheeler

Dr. Carol A. Wheeler, a reproductive endocrinologist at the Fertility Center at Women & Infants Hospital in Providence, recently became the only Rhode Island...

Five Questions With: Lou Perrotti

Lou Perrotti, director of conservation programs at Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence, is an experienced, broad-based conservationist and zoologist with more than 20...

Nee awarded Roving Ambassador for Peace World Peace Prize

GEORGE NEE, president of the Rhode Island AFL-CIO, recently received the Roving Ambassador for Peace World Peace Prize from the World Peace Prize Awarding...

Five Questions With: Linda Pearson

Blockchain is a buzzword in business, and a valuable tool in transparency for manufacturers and others. Linda Pearson is principal at Sansiveri, Kimball &...

Five Questions With: Margo Cook

As president of Nuveen Advisory Services, Margo Cook leads the company’s global client organization, overseeing product, marketing and distribution for the firm, which has...

Five Questions With: Joseph A. Nagle

In 1992, Delta Dental of Rhode Island CEO Joseph A. Nagle and his wife, Jan, received devastating news: their son Colin was diagnosed with...
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