HarborOne Foundation presents URI with $50K for talent-development program

HARBORONE FOUNDATION presented the University of Rhode Island a $50,000 gift to support the university’s talent-development program. Pictured, from left, are Ted Shear, URI talent-development academic adviser; Kathy Collins, URI vice president for student affairs; Scott Sanborn, HarborOne Bank executive vice president of commercial lending; scholars Jarell De Los Santos and Leo DiMaio; Brenda Kerr, HarborOne Bank senior vice president of retail banking; Ed Givens, URI talent-development assistant director; scholars Benjamin Ndayishimiye and Amari McDonald; Gerald Williams, URI talent-development director; scholars Adriana Perez and Rob Peterson; Joseph Casey, HarborOne Bank president and chief operations officer; Phillip Kydd, HarborOne Foundation vice president; and Kristina Moyet, URI talent-development associate director. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND
SOUTH KINGSTOWN – HarborOne Foundation Rhode Island presented the University of Rhode Island a $50,000 gift to help the university promote the work of its talent-development program, the University of Rhode Island Foundation & Alumni Engagement announced Feb. 11. The university said the program, in its 52nd year, annually provides approximately 1,200 students from disadvantaged…

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