R.I. Black Business Association celebrates new HQ, equity business hub

CONGRESSIONAL MEMBERS joined Rhode Island Black Business Association founder, CEO and President Lisa Ranglin Monday to celebrate the acquisition of 220 Smith St. which will serve as the organization's new headquarters and as a small-business hub. Pictured from left, rear, are Ranglin, U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza, U.S. Sen. Jack Reed, U.S. Rep. David Cicilline, Neil Steinberg, CEO and president of the R.I. Foundation, and Keith Stokes, Providence director of Business and Development. / COURTESY SEN. JACK REED'S OFFICE
PROVIDENCE – State and local leaders joined Rhode Island Black Business Association founder, CEO and President Lisa Ranglin on Monday to celebrate the acquisition of a building that will serve as the organization's new headquarters and an equity business hub. The 220 Smith St. building in located near the Statehouse. It will serve as a…

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