Cola using banking experience, skills to fuel LISC’s early-stage impact

DEEPLY ENGAGED: Jeanne Cola uses her experience and the skills she learned working at Citizens Bank for 25 years in her current role as executive director of LISC Rhode Island, an organization that helps get affordable housing and other projects off the ground within the state’s most-distressed neighborhoods. / PBN FILE PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO
DEEPLY ENGAGED: Jeanne Cola uses her experience and the skills she learned working at Citizens Bank for 25 years in her current role as executive director of LISC Rhode Island, an organization that helps get affordable housing and other projects off the ground within the state’s most-distressed neighborhoods. / PBN FILE PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO
Honoree | Jeanne Cola, LISC Rhode Island Career changers are common in today’s workforce. Those switching industries bring broad perspectives and fresh skill sets to new fields but can make the modern-day corporate ladder look more like a winding road at times. But Jeanne Cola is lucky enough to have found her lifelong career at…

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