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THE RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION awarded more than $360,000 in grants to 15 medical research projects. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

R.I. Foundation awards $360K in medical research grants

PROVIDENCE – Fifteen medical research projects have been awarded more than $360,000 in seed funding from the Rhode Island Foundation to help with various...
SPARKING IMAGINATION: Rhode Island Foundation Grant Programs Officer Ricky Bogert talks with students at an elementary school in Providence. 
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PBN BEST PLACES TO WORK 2022 Small Company 11. Rhode Island Foundation Employees in R.I.: 49 CEO AND President; Neil D. Steinberg Questions answered by: Neil D. Steinberg What three...
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DR. TIMOTHY J. BABINEAU, former CEO and president of Lifespan Corp., officially resigned on May 31 but will stay on as a consultant until September. Babineau is one of numerous people who have said they'll be leaving high-profile positions in Rhode Island over the next year. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Can R.I. weather the exit of so many leaders?

A wave of recent retirement and resignation announcements from top executives leaves the state facing a potential leadership gap in some of its most...
RECOVERY MODE: R.I. Department of Health Interim Director Dr. James McDonald, left, talks about the health care industry’s workforce woes at the PBN Health Care Summit on April 6. Also on the panel are, from left, Dr. Claire Levesque, chief medical officer for commercial products at Point32Health; Dr. Raymond O. Powrie, Care New England Health System executive chief of medicine; Dr. Matt Collins, chief medical officer and executive vice president at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island; and Dr. Timothy J. Babineau, Lifespan Corp. CEO and president. PBN Editor Michael Mello, standing, moderates. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Is Rhode Island facing a leadership “brain drain” amid a wave...

On June 2, the state said its interim health director, Dr. James McDonald, will be leaving the department next month. The announcement is the...
NEIL D. STEINBERG will retire on May 1, 2023, as the Rhode Island Foundation's CEO and president. / PBN FILE PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

R.I. Foundation leader Steinberg to retire in May 2023

PROVIDENCE – In about a year’s time, the leader of Rhode Island’s largest nonprofit funder will call it a career. Neil D. Steinberg announced Monday...
NEIL D. STEINBERG, Rhode Island Foundation CEO and president , told attendees Thursday at the foundation's annual meeting that the state is "at risk" of not having the workforce it needs to properly operate in 10 years if societal issues aren't immediately addressed. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

Steinberg warns R.I. workforce ‘at risk’ if societal issues not addressed

PROVIDENCE – During the Rhode Island Foundation’s annual meeting on Thursday at the R.I. Convention Center, CEO and President Neil D. Steinberg gave attendees...
LASTING MARK? Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza, who cannot run in November for another term, is hopeful a renovated Industrial Trust Co. Building will add to the vibrancy of Kennedy Plaza, which the city is eying for a $140 million overhaul. / PBN PHOTO/PAMELA BHATIA

TO THE RESCUE? ‘Superman’ building project could key downtown recovery

The Industrial Trust Co. Building holds a towering place in Neil D. Steinberg’s memory. He started his banking career there nearly half a century ago,...
CHIEF COMMUNICATOR: Arianne Corrente joined the Rhode Island Foundation six years ago and is now focused on raising the profile of the nonprofit as vice president of marketing and communications. 
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Communication key to raising funds at Rhode Island Foundation

2022 C-Suite Awards: Nonprofit/Social Service Agency | Arianne Corrente, Rhode Island Foundation vice president of marketing and communications Arianne Corrente has worked at the Rhode...
NEW LIFE? After sitting vacant for nine years, Providence’s “Superman” building would be revived for residential and other uses under a $220 million plan that still needs some city ­approvals. / PBN FILE PHOTO/CHRIS BERGENHEIM

Saving ‘Superman’ part of bold post-COVID vision

It was a scene reminiscent of a 2003 gathering in the governor’s office that was then occupied by Republican Donald L. Carcieri. At that...

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