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THE ‘RITE’ STEP: Among the programs Cooper Woodard, The Groden Network’s chief clinical officer, has helped lead in continuing the organization’s mission is the residential intensive treatment and evaluation program, a community-based, staff-secured setting where clients receive behavioral and psychiatric assessment support and stabilization. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Woodard continues Groden Network’s mission to help others

C-SUITE AWARDS 2020 CHIEF CLINICAL OFFICER, NONPROFIT/SOCIAL SERVICE AGENCIES: Cooper Woodard | The Groden Network AS A MEDICAL STUDENT at Allegheny College in Pennsylvania, Cooper...
FIXER-UPPER: Upon arriving at Providence Children’s Museum in 2017, Associate Director Jennifer Bose quickly took action to help upgrade several operating systems in order to get the museum up to date. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Bose’s creativity, leadership at Providence Children’s Museum on full display

C-SUITE AWARDS 2020 RISING STAR: Jennifer Bose | Providence Children’s Museum JENNIFER BOSE had never visited a museum when she chose to major in art...
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It’s up to us to make R.I.’s ‘new normal’ a better...

In these extraordinary times there is evidence of hope and generosity all around, just as there is uncertainty and urgent, extreme need. We are...
Andrew Schiff / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Five Questions With: Andrew Schiff, Rhode Island Community Food Bank CEO

5Q: Andrew Schiff | CEO, Rhode Island Community Food Bank 1. How much more food is being distributed by Rhode Island Community Food Bank...
Karen Santilli, / PBN FILE PHOTO/STEPHANIE ALVAREZ EWENS

Five Questions With: Karen Santilli

Karen Santilli | CEO and president, Crossroads Rhode Island 1. You’ve been urging the state to establish a permanent funding stream for housing. Has...
Eileen Hayes. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Five Questions With: Eileen Hayes, CEO of Amos House

Eileen Hayes | CEO, Amos House 1. What changes have been instituted since the COVID-19 pandemic became an issue for Rhode Island? Amos House...
UNITED WAY OF RHODE Island will hold its inaugural 401Gives Day April 1, with the goal to raise $1 million for nonprofits in the Ocean State.

United Way’s upcoming 401Gives Day seeks to raise $1M

PROVIDENCE – The United Way of Rhode Island will launch a statewide campaign early next month to help raise significant funds for nonprofits across...

College Visions executive director Figueroa to leave organization, join PPSD leadership...

PROVIDENCE – A local nonprofit that provides resources to low-income individuals to help with the promise of higher-education opportunities will be seeking a new...

Center for Women & Enterprise names Martinez new R.I. director

PROVIDENCE – The Center for Women & Enterprise, a nonprofit that partners with the U.S. Small Business Administration to offer services to women entrepreneurs,...
Tom Giordano has served as executive director of the Partnership for Rhode Island, a nonprofit comprised of chief executives from the state’s largest employers and nonprofits, since the organization’s founding in 2017. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

The power of partnership

Tom Giordano | Partnership for Rhode Island executive director The partnership addresses big-picture issues that affect all Rhode Islanders. The lessons we’ve learned can be...

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