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PROTECTING CHILDREN: AAA Northeast recently donated $5,000 to the R.I. State Police’s Community, Equity and Inclusion Unit to purchase child vehicle seats and perform outreach in underserved communities. Pictured back row from left, R.I. State Police Trooper Roupen Bastijian, Sgt. Wesley Pennington and Capt. Kenneth Jones. Pictured front row from left, AAA Senior Traffic Safety Manager Diana Gugliotta and public affairs specialists Cassidy Duble O’Connor and Joanna Frageorgia.
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Employee health takes a multilayered approach at AAA Northeast

PBN Healthiest Employers Awards 2022 1,500-4,999 EMPLOYEES 1. AAA Northeast CEO (or equivalent): John Galvin, CEO and president Number of employees: 2,909 Two and a half years into the...

Bristol County Savings Bank awards $117K to 14 R.I. nonprofits

TAUNTON – Bristol County Savings Bank recently awarded $116,500 to 14 northern Rhode Island nonprofits as part of its 25th anniversary celebration, according to...
Michele Lederberg

Blue Cross receives philanthropy award from Rhode Island Foundation

MICHELLE LEDERBERG is the executive vice president, chief legal officer and chief administrative officer at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island, which...

Centreville Bank awards $424,600 in grants to 17 R.I., Conn. organizations

WEST WARWICK - Centreville Bank through its charitable foundation recently announced $424,600 in grants for 17 organizations in Rhode Island and Connecticut. Rhode Island recipients...

Commonwealth Care Alliance donates $58K to 3 R.I. food-based nonprofits

PROVIDENCE – Commonwealth Care Alliance, a Boston-based health care organization for people with complex medical needs, has donated a total of $58,000 to three...

Meals on Wheels of R.I. names three new board members

PROVIDENCE – Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island has named three new members to its 2021-22 board of directors. Jaclyn Cotter, an associate for...
BRENDA SEAGRAVE-WHITTLE, left, Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island’s chief marketing officer, and Tracy McCaughey, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island's managing director of compliance and ethics and corporate compliance officer, have been named Career Achiever and Outstanding Mentor, respectively, in Providence Business News' 2021 Business Women Awards program. / COURTESY HUGHES FIORETTI PHOTOGRAPHY / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Seagrave-Whittle, McCaughey among top honorees recognized in PBN’s 2021 Business Women...

PROVIDENCE – In looking back on her 30-plus years working in health care, Brenda Seagrave-Whittle is in awe of those who worked with her...
TALENT SCOUT: Jess Hutchinson, a Bank of America Corp. vice president, provides career guidance to employees from Maine to Florida so the bank can retain its exceptional personnel. / COURTESY BANK OF AMERICA CORP.

Hutchinson’s focused on lifting her colleagues

PBN 2021 Business Women Awards Financial Services Woman to Watch: Jess Hutchinson, Bank of America Corp. Jess Hutchinson keeps a sticky note on her desk with...
WELL-PREPARED: Meghan Grady, executive director of Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island, said the nonprofit is focusing on innovating and modernizing its programming in preparation to meet an increased need for its services. / PBN PHOTO/ ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Grady ensures home-bound seniors are fed and safe

PBN 2021 Business Women Awards Health Care Services Woman to Watch: Meghan Grady, Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island As a lifelong Rhode Islander, Meghan...
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS announced its honorees for the 2021 Business Women Awards program.

Seagrave-Whittle heads PBN 2021 Business Women honorees

PROVIDENCE – Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island Chief Marketing Officer Brenda Seagrave-Whittle has been selected by Providence Business News as this year's Career...

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