She wants to help women connect, thrive and ‘energize their lives’

BETTER TOGETHER: Shannon Sexton Potter opened the UpRiseHer coworking space in Providence last July to help women build a community and empower one another. 
PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
BETTER TOGETHER: Shannon Sexton Potter opened the UpRiseHer coworking space in Providence last July to help women build a community and empower one another. 
PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Walking into one of the rooms at UpRiseHer is almost like walking into your own living room. Warm colors, patterned chairs, soft pillows and, of course, blankets – these are some of the features that make the space feel so “homey.” The distraction-free space is perfect for productivity and for the hardest work-from-home days. This

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