Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England honors Leading Women

Updated 12:53 p.m. Nov. 10

THE GIRL SCOUTS of Southeastern New England on Oct. 22 honored six prominent women at its Leading Women of Distinction Awards ceremony. Pictured, from left, are: Dana Borrelli-Murray, GSSNE CEO; Kristin Anastasiades, J.F. Moran Co. vice president of marketing; Alisha Pina, Inner Wingspan founder and owner; Elizabeth Burke Bryant, outgoing Rhode Island KIDS COUNT executive director; Marykate Tillinghast, the GSSNE’s Gold Award recipient; Adriana Dawson, Verizon Communications Inc. community engagement director, state government affairs; Central Falls Mayor Maria Rivera; and Sarah Courtemanche, Pawtucket School Department chief officer of teaching and learning. / COURTESY GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTHEASTERN NEW ENGLAND
PROVIDENCE – Six prominent women, including business and nonprofit leaders, and one elected official, were honored by the Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England during the organization’s annual Leading Women of Distinction Awards held Oct. 13 at the Renaissance Providence Hotel. The organization said the honorees were recognized for their contributions throughout the local community,…

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