Five Questions With: Anthony Maione

ANTHONY MAOINE, president and CEO of United Way of Rhode Island, said the $50,000 gift from Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island to the Good Neighbor Energy Fund will help more than 100 people keep warm. / COURTESY UNITED WAY OF RHODE ISLAND
ANTHONY MAOINE, president and CEO of United Way of Rhode Island, said the $50,000 gift from Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island to the Good Neighbor Energy Fund will help more than 100 people keep warm. / COURTESY UNITED WAY OF RHODE ISLAND
These are not the easiest of times for the leader of a social service nonprofit. Just ask Anthony Maione, the president and CEO of United Way of Rhode Island since January 2005. Three years ago, at the depths of the Great Recession, he had to trim staff. Then he had to pull back on the…

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