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MARY E. NOONS, left, executive vice president and chief retail lending officer for The Washington Trust Co., and Haley Lattinville, personnel manager for the town of North Kingstown, were named the Career Achiever and Rising Star, respectively, at Providence Business News' 2021 C-Suite Awards virtual program Thursday. / COURTESY THE WASHINGTON TRUST CO. / PBN PHOTO / RUPERT WHITELEY

Noons, Lattinville among 10 recognized at PBN’s C-Suite Awards

PROVIDENCE – Mary E. Noons gets the most satisfaction seeing how she has influenced others to succeed. Noons, The Washington Trust Co.’s executive vice president...
FORCE FOR CHANGE: Cortney Nicolato, CEO and president of United Way of Rhode Island, says opportunities for change are what keep her motivated, starting with “breaking down systemic racism and inequities and injustices in this state.” / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Nicolato brings ‘bold energy’ to leadership role at United Way of...

PBN C-SUITE 2021 AWARDS Cortney Nicolato United Way of Rhode Island CEO and president The past year has been difficult for most, but under CEO and President...
401 GIVES DAY raised $2.1 million Thursday for 420 local nonprofits.

United Way’s 401 Gives Day eclipses $2M in raised funds for...

PROVIDENCE – United Way of Rhode Island’s second annual 401 Gives Day exceeded the organization's own expectations Thursday, and all the while gave the...
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS announced Friday 10 honorees for its 2021 C-Suite Awards program.

Washington Trust’s Noons named Career Achiever in PBN’s 2021 C-Suite Awards...

PROVIDENCE – Mary E. Noons, executive vice president and chief retail lending officer for The Washington Trust Co., has been named the 2021 Career...
THE ANNUAL 401 GIVES DAY, scheduled for April 1 and run by the United Way of Rhode Island, hopes to raise $1.5 million this year to support local nonprofits.

401 Gives Day goal is $1.5M for nonprofits on April 1

PROVIDENCE – In early March 2020, United Way of Rhode Island officials were in the final stages of planning a unique day-long event to...

Five Questions With: Cortney Nicolato

Cortney Nicolato is the CEO and president of United Way of Rhode Island. On March 2, the affordable-housing bond was passed overwhelmingly by state...

Special election to decide fate of capital improvement projects

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s voters have been tasked with deciding whether the state will spend $642 million on seven proposed capital improvement projects. The total...
A GROUP OF nonprofits and R.I. Housing and Mortgage Finance Corp. launched Monday its 'Yes on 3' campaign urging Rhode Islanders to approve the affordable-housing bond in the March 2 special election.

R.I. Housing, local nonprofits create ‘Yes on 3’ campaign urging voters...

PROVIDENCE – A group of nonprofits and the state’s housing agency are collaborating to urge Rhode Islanders to approve a bond measure next month...
UNITED WAY OF RHODE ISLAND has launched a five-year, $100 million strategic plan to create transformative change in the state, including improving racial equality and creating a nonprofit association.

United Way of R.I. launches 5-year, $100M investment plan to create...

PROVIDENCE – Improving racial equality in Rhode Island, creating more affordable housing across the state, increasing reading proficiency in local children and out-of-school time...
THE REACTION TO Gov. Gina M. Raimondo being selected as President-elect Joe Biden's secretary of commerce has been mostly positive. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Raimondo’s Cabinet appointment garners mostly positive reaction from local leaders

PROVIDENCE – Elected and politically tied officials, company executives and nonprofit leaders on Friday offered both congratulations and criticism to Gov. Gina M. Raimondo...
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