McGunagle leads CCAP’s comprehensive effort to assist needy families

ROOTING INTEREST: Joanne McGunagle, Comprehensive Community Action Program president and CEO, visits CCAP’s new greenhouse, which will help produce vegetables for the agency’s food pantry. Behind her is Lee Beliveau, CCAP vice president of development and corporate affairs.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
ROOTING INTEREST: Joanne McGunagle, Comprehensive Community Action Program president and CEO, visits CCAP’s new greenhouse, which will help produce vegetables for the agency’s food pantry. Behind her is Lee Beliveau, CCAP vice president of development and corporate affairs.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Business Women Awards 2019 | INDUSTRY LEADER, SOCIAL SERVICES/NONPROFITS Joanne McGunagle, Comprehensive Community Action Program JOANNE McGUNAGLE has been president and CEO of the Comprehensive Community Action Program since 1985 and has witnessed myriad changes with the Cranston-based social services agency, many of which she implemented. The private nonprofit was formed under the Economic Opportunity…

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