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HOSPITAL HONCHO: Arthur Sampson, a member of the Lifespan CEO Council and president of The Miriam Hospital, is successfully navigating Miriam through a disruptive period in the industry.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

In Lifespan leadership role, Sampson’s a natural

2019 C-Suite Awards | CAREER ACHIEVER: ARTHUR SAMPSON | LIFESPAN CORP. HE’S A CLASSICAL PIANIST and a cooking enthusiast who happens to run a hospital...

CEOs can only be as good as their C-Suite allows them...

Who are the highest-performing CEOs? The ones with the best people around them, in other words, the best C-Suite. For instance, without having a workforce...
CREDIT IS DUE: Lisa Roth Blackman, chief philanthropy officer at the Rhode Island Community Food Bank, and her team have been instrumental in raising the visibility of the nonprofit and its mission.
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Blackman keeps capital flowing at the food bank

2019 C-Suite Awards | CHIEF PHILANTHROPY OFFICER,NONPROFIT: LISA ROTH BLACKMAN | RHODE ISLAND COMMUNITY FOOD BANK LISA ROTH BLACKMAN, chief philanthropy officer of the Rhode...
LENDING AN EAR: Michelle Dexter, Rhode Island Quality Institute senior director of human resources, invites all sorts of feedback from co-workers in her constant effort to improve the workplace culture. 
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Rhode Island Quality Institute’s Dexter is invaluable in her listening post

2019 C-Suite Awards | CHIEF HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER, NONPROFIT: MICHELLE DEXTER | RHODE ISLAND QUALITY INSTITUTE MICHELLE DEXTER, senior director of human resources at the...
SHARED GOALS: Noah Benedict, Rhode Island Primary Care Physicians chief operating officer, puts special emphasis on getting input from everyone on his team.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Team spirit crucial to Benedict’s game plan at R.I. Primary Care...

2019 C-Suite Awards | CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, PRIVATE COMPANY: NOAH BENEDICT | RHODE ISLAND PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS CORP. SINCE BECOMING CHIEF operating officer of Rhode...
PBN HAS ANNOUNCED the winners of the 2019 PBN C-Suite Awards.

PBN announces 2019 C-Suite Award winners

PROVIDENCE – Providence Business News on Friday announced the winners of its 2019 C-Suite Awards, recognizing top C-level executives in the public, private and...
APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2019 C-Suite Awards are due by March 13.

Application deadline for C-Suite Awards approaches

PROVIDENCE - Applications for PBN's 2019 C-Suite Awards Program are due by March 13. Recipients of the C-Suite Awards will be honored at a ceremony...
PBN FILE PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Most-read stories on PBN.com in 2018

1. 2018 40 Under Forty winners chosen POSTED ONLINE: JUNE 8. Providence Business News chose the winners for its 14th annual 40 Under Forty...
JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY Chief Operating Officer and President of the Providence Campus Mim L. Runey speak to the crowd at PBN's third annual C-Suite Awards dinner after receiving the program's Career Achiever award. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Dedication, continuous learning rewarded at PBN C-Suite Awards event

PROVIDENCE – Mim L. Runey knew from her undergraduate days that she wanted a career in academia. But perhaps she didn’t know just how...
NOURISHING LESSONS: Mim L. Runey, right, Johnson & Wales University chief operating officer, hosts her cabinet meeting, which includes, from left, Diane D’Ambra, vice president of human resources, and Marie Bernando-Sousa, senior vice president of administration and enrollment management.  / PBN PHOTO/
RUPERT WHITELEY

Runey steers Johnson & Wales toward food’s global influence

CAREER ACHIEVER | Mim L. Runey, Johnson & Wales University, chief operating officer Mim L. Runey has worked for Johnson & Wales University – at...

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