Leading Providence Public Library into its next chapter

ONE FOR THE BOOKS: Aaron Peterman, Providence Public Library chief operating officer, has played a key role in the library’s $25 million renovation, including helping to get millions of dollars in tax credits and reimbursements for the project.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
ONE FOR THE BOOKS: Aaron Peterman, Providence Public Library chief operating officer, has played a key role in the library’s $25 million renovation, including helping to get millions of dollars in tax credits and reimbursements for the project.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
2019 C-Suite Awards | CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, NONPROFIT: AARON PETERMAN | PROVIDENCE PUBLIC LIBRARY AARON PETERMAN, chief operating officer at Providence Public Library, is excited about the $25 million library overhaul he’s been overseeing since 2016. And rightfully so. A wing of the Washington Street building that was constructed in 1953 – more than one-third…

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