Special Olympics R.I. CEO Dennis DeJesus to retire July 1

DENNIS DEJESUS, left, CEO of Special Olympics Rhode Island, will retire on July 1 after leading the organization for the last 12 years. DeJesus is pictured with past board member Michael A. Gamboli. / COURTESY SPECIAL OLYMPICS RHODE ISLAND
DENNIS DEJESUS, left, CEO of Special Olympics Rhode Island, will retire on July 1 after leading the organization for the last 12 years. DeJesus is pictured with past board member Michael A. Gamboli. / COURTESY SPECIAL OLYMPICS RHODE ISLAND
SMITHFIELD – Special Olympics Rhode Island is now looking for a new leader. The organization announced late Wednesday that its CEO, Dennis DeJesus, will retire on July 1 after leading the prominent local sports nonprofit for 12 years. DeJesus said in a statement that it was a difficult decision to step away from Special Olympics…

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