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T-Mobile to acquire almost all of U.S. Cellular in $4.4B deal...

T-Mobile is buying U.S. Cellular’s wireless operations and certain spectrum assets in a deal valued at $4.4 billion, and further consolidating the industry. T-Mobile would...

PBN recognizes top Business Women of 2024

PROVIDENCE – Maria Gemma-Corcelli believes that everyone put on this earth has a purpose and sometimes, she said, you have to find that purpose. Gemma-Corcelli,...

Now is the time to ID your success factors

As we move deeper into 2024, it’s a good time for Rhode Island small-business owners to reflect on the state of their business and...
GOAL-ORIENTED: Amber Bichun helps facilitate growth and continuous education among Citrin Cooperman & Co. LLP’s young employees at the firm’s Providence office. 

Citrin Cooperman’s Bichun is passionate about giving back

2024 Business Women Awards WOMAN TO WATCH | FINANCIAL SERVICES: Amber Bichun Citrin Cooperman & Co. LLP partner AMBER BICHUN UNDERSTANDS that her leadership impacts her...
CLEAR MESSAGE: New Harbor Group Managing Director Lauren Greene uses her communication and networking skills to share her clients’ stories with the public. 

New Harbor Group’s Greene informs the public, inspires change

2024 Business Women Awards WOMAN TO WATCH | CREATIVE SERVICES: Lauren Greene New Harbor Group managing director LAUREN GREENE GREW UP watching and reading the news....
BEST MEDICINE: Through her work at Thrive Behavioral Health Inc., Daisy Bassen allows Brown University students to watch her work with children attending Thrive’s Eleanor Briggs School, sit in on art therapy classes and meet with other staff. 

Helping others was Bassen’s destiny

2024 Business Women Awards WOMAN TO WATCH | HEALTH CARE SERVICES: Daisy Bassen Thrive Behavioral Health Inc. medical director DAISY BASSEN WANTED to have a career...
POSITIVE FUTURE: Michelle Carr, executive director for Leadership Rhode Island, has also worked to support youths via the Prepare RI program, helping incoming high school juniors secure internships. 

Carr a driving force at Leadership R.I.

2024 Business Women Awards WOMAN TO WATCH | PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: Michelle Carr Leadership Rhode Island executive director WHEN SHE FIRST STEPPED into her role as...
LIFE’S WORK: Along with her staff, Kerry Evers, co-CEO and president of ProChange Behavior Solutions Inc. in Narragansett, has successfully enabled people to make lasting behavior changes and improve their well-being at work, at home and at play.

Pro-Change Behavior Solutions’ Evers finds solutions to change people’s lives

2024 Business Women Awards INDUSTRY LEADER | PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: Kerry Evers ProChange Behavior Solutions Inc. co-CEO and president EVERYTIME KERRY EVERS and her staff at ProChange...
HEALTHY CHANGE: Rosemary A. Costigan began her career in health care and worked at Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island in Pawtucket for more than 20 years before becoming the Community College of Rhode Island’s interim president. 

Costigan always felt at home at CCRI

2024 Business Women Awards INDUSTRY LEADER | EDUCATION: Rosemary A. Costigan Community College of Rhode Island interim president A RECENT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE and first-generation college...
FLEXING MUSCLE: Among her roles, Quonset Development Corp. Chief Operating Officer Chelsea Siefert oversees the expansion of Quonset’s Flex Campus, which provides growing businesses access to modern industrial and warehouse spaces.

Siefert makes Quonset a point of emphasis

2024 Business Women Awards WOMAN TO WATCH | GOVERNMENT: Chelsea Siefert Quonset Development Corp. chief operating officer CHELSEA SIEFERT’S RESPONSIBILITIES as ­Quonset Development Corp.’s chief operating...
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