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PBN announces 2019 Business Women Awards honorees

PROVIDENCE – Molly Donohue Magee, executive director of Southeastern New England Defense Industry Alliance, has been named the 2019 Career Achiever, and Kimberly Silvestri,...
THE APPLICATION DEADLINE to apply for the 2019 Business Women awards is April 10.

Deadline to apply for PBN Business Women awards approaches

PROVIDENCE – The deadline to apply for the PBN Business Women awards is April 10.Honorees will be selected as Industry Leaders and Women to...
AT THE TOP OF HER GAME: BankNewport President and CEO Sandra J. Pattie heads to the podium at the 2018 PBN Business Women Awards luncheon to accept her Career Achievement award.  / PBN PHOTO/
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Business Women spotlights state’s often-hidden potential

PBN held its 11th Business Women Awards luncheon May 24, and it was, as they all are, an event with a positive energy that...

People are what pay off

Ten years ago, PBN inaugurated its Business Women Awards luncheon, and it remains one of our most enjoyable events. The energy of the year’s...
USING ALL THE TOOLS: Morgan Durfee, senior marketing manager at TribalVision, uses multiple media to get her clients’ messages across, with video taking an important role in campaigns. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Durfee pursues clients’ perfect presentation

Women to Watch, Creative Services | Morgan Durfee, TribalVisionBy the time TribalVision Senior Marketing Manager Morgan Durfee joined the Warwick-based, outsourced-marketing company, she’d already...
VANGUARD: Jennifer Hogencamp, center, BlumShapiro’s sole female partner, created BlumShapiro’s successful hospitality practice and is working to mentor other women in leadership positions at the firm. She speaks with Sarah Morre, left, senior accountant, and Matt Godino, audit manager. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Hogencamp nurtures hospitality practice, female leadership at BlumShapiro

Women to Watch, Financial Services | Jennifer Hogencamp, BlumShapiroJennifer Hogencamp, BlumShapiro’s only female partner in its 80-person Cranston office, appreciates the public accounting...
BUILDING WEALTH: Edythe M. De Marco, founder of The De Marco Group at Merrill Lynch Wealth Management in Providence, wants to encourage more women to work in the financial-services industries, and takes pride in training talented people to grow their clients’ assets. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

De Marco fosters wealth-nurturing team

Industry Leader, Financial Services | Edythe M. De Marco, Merrill Lynch/Bank of AmericaYou can talk about how Edythe M. De Marco joined Merrill...
NO STANDING STILL: From left, Cassie Dana, event coordinator at DK Communications; owner Dyana Koelsch; and Jane D’Arcy, the director of marketing, review a project in the PR firm’s Providence office. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Koelsch taps story telling for public relations clients

Industry Leader, Creative Services | Dyana Koelsch, DK CommunicationsRhode Island is full of stories to tell, and Dyana Koelsch is a master storyteller. That...
DETERMINED LEADER: Head of School Suzanne Fogarty has led Lincoln School through many recent changes with a committed attitude and speedy execution. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Fogarty’s leadership lends luster to Lincoln School

Industry Leader, Nonprofit | Suzanne Fogarty, Lincoln SchoolSince September 2014, Lincoln School, the nation’s only all-girl school rooted in Quaker values, has undergone...
ALTERING CEO: Sara S. Johnson, co-president and CEO of Pro-Change Behavior Systems, has led lifestyle-changing interventions improving people’s health through psychologically directed software applications. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Johnson melds psychology, technology to encourage healthier living

Women to Watch, Health Care Services | Sara S. Johnson, Pro-Change Behavior SystemsWhen Sara S. Johnson was young, she was asked what she wanted...
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