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CAREER COACH: Charise Wilson opened Workforce Ready Solutions, an employment coaching business, in Lincoln in 2019.
PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO

Wilson uses her experience carving her own path to help others...

Charise Wilson knows firsthand how valuable mentors are, especially for a job hunter who’s determined to move up but doesn’t know how to get...

At RIC, Hope Scholarship is bringing about change

Ariel Polanco didn’t see many opportunities beyond high school as he was growing up, but his aspirations extended far beyond the Providence neighborhoods he...
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS has named 34 honorees for the 2024 Business Women Awards program.

Gemma Foundation’s Gemma-Corcelli, Day Pitney’s Evangelista among PBN’s 2024 Business Women...

PROVIDENCE – Maria Gemma-Corcelli, executive director of the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation, has been selected by Providence Business News as this year’s...
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Nancy Stone

PBN Health Care Heroes 2024 Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant: NANCY STONE Lifespan Cardiovascular Institute nurse practitioner; Community College of Rhode Island nursing professor What led you to...
RAYMOND DIPASQUALE, who led the Community College of Rhode Island for a decade and was also commissioner of higher education for the state, died April 4 at the age of 74. / COURTESY MASSASOIT COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Former CCRI president, state higher ed commissioner DiPasquale dies at 74

PROVIDENCE – Raymond DiPasquale, whose 45-year career in higher education included him leading the Community College of Rhode Island for a decade and aiding...
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS has announced 15 honorees for its 2024 Health Care Summit & Health Care Heroes Awards program.

Miriam Hospital’s Barrett named Career Achiever in PBN’s Health Care Heroes...

PROVIDENCE – Ann Barrett, the director of nursing resources at The Miriam Hospital, has been chosen as the Career Achiever in Providence Business News’...
LETTER OF THE LAW: Noah Kilroy turned his life around after he was prosecuted on drug charges and spent 18 months in federal prison two decades ago. Now he’s a lawyer and uses his life experiences in his practice as a criminal defense attorney. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Lessons of his past prove useful in his legal career

There is a misconception prevalent outside of legal circles that criminal defense attorneys are seen as a sanctuary of trust for those accused of...
Cody Fino was named 
Community College of Rhode Island’s executive director of workforce partnerships 
in November 2022.  / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Recruit through training

Cody Fino | Community College of Rhode Island ­executive director of workforce ­partnerships With low unemployment rates, employers need to develop innovative strategies to find...

More Rhode Islanders are earning 4-year college degrees 

You might call it a bachelor party: Rhode Island saw an almost 4% increase in bachelor’s degrees in 2022, according to new national data from a...

URI trustees to consider 3.5% tuition hike for both R.I. and...

Tuition at the University of Rhode Island would increase 3.5% for both in-state and out-of-state students in the next academic year under a proposal...
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