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HEALTHY CONVERSATION: Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island staff members, from left, Peter Rocha, technology risk manager; Tracy McCaughey, managing director of claims; Nicole Hass-Rodriguez, executive assistant; Amber Dicks, senior corporate board assistant and executive assistant; Doris De Los Santos, supplier diversity program manager; Jordan Martin, assistant compliance officer; and Famsheera Abdulkhader, health data analyst, meet at the health insurer’s Providence office.

Blue Cross & Blue Shield of R.I. is an invaluable resource...

PBN 2022 Diversity Equity & Inclusion Awards Health Care – Large Company: Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island AS PART OF ITS CORE...
ADVANCING CAREERS: Staff members at AAA Northeast gather at the company’s Providence office. A year ago, AAA Northeast launched a career exploration program that provides a learning platform for employees of diverse backgrounds and talents who are performing well in their current roles.

Developing talent drives AAA Northeast forward

PBN 2022 Diversity Equity & Inclusion Awards Not For Profit: AAA Northeast FINDING NEW TALENT is a challenge facing every business post-pandemic, which makes investing...
HEAD OF THE CLASS: The Rhode Island Foundation recently launched a college loan repayment program to help the Providence Public School District recruit and retain teachers of color. One participant is Maria Taveras, pictured, who is working on a math lesson with her second grade class at Fortes Lima Elementary School. 

Rhode Island Foundation is investing in creating a stronger community

PBN 2022 Diversity Equity & Inclusion Awards Nonprofit: Rhode Island Foundation AT THE RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION, addressing the underlying causes of inequity and working to...
BUILDING THE FUTURE: College Unbound Director of Admissions Jose Rodriguez, left; co-founder, Provost and President Adam Bush; and Sylvia Spears, vice president for administration and innovation, talk during a work session at the Providence nonprofit. 

College Unbound offers a pathway that changes lives

PBN 2022 Diversity Equity & Inclusion Awards Higher Education: College Unbound College Unbound is working to reinvent the college experience for underserved adult learners, many...
UNITED: YMCA of Greater Providence Assistant Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Kira Wills, standing, addresses her colleagues at the organization’s Providence office. Wills says the YMCA is for all, which is reflected by its staff being comprised of individuals who are neurodivergent, have disabilities, speak multiple languages, identify as LGBTQIA and are different ages.

YMCA of Greater Providence has been a community anchor for more...

PBN 2022 Diversity Equity & Inclusion Awards Social Services Agency: YMCA of Greater Providence THE YMCA OF GREATER PROVIDENCE has served as an anchor institution...
SAFE SPACE: Kevin Matta, in addition to his role as Amos House’s chief human resources and diversity officer, is the board president for Diversity & Inclusion Professionals Inc., an organization that offers advice and training for human resource and diversity officers across Rhode Island. 

For Matta, changing the system is lifelong commitment

PBN 2022 Diversity Equity & Inclusion Awards Diversity Champion: Kevin Matta Diversity & Inclusion Professionals Inc. Board President Amos House Chief Human Resource And Diversity Officer KEVIN...
TEAM PLAYERS: From left, Marcum LLP accounting services staffer Grace Mayer; certified public accountant and accounting services staffer Meng Zhang; marketing staffer Jody Eisner; Senior Billing Coordinator Paul Dean; and Administrative Services Manager Helena M. Venda collaborate on a project at the firm’s Providence office. 

Equality starts with respect at Marcum LLP

PBN 2022 Diversity Equity & Inclusion Awards Accounting: Marcum LLP WHEN INTERVIEWING for her new position as the director of diversity, equity and inclusion at...
LOCAL IMPACT: Gilbane Inc. has utilized G.O. Services, a subsidiary of Gilbane Building Co., to include local workers on projects and drive economic development. Pictured, from left, working on the Newton Pavilion renovation project in Boston are G.O. Foreman Dan Pattavina, Gilbane Project Safety Manager Mike Morganelli, G.O. laborers Mike Jackson and Darius Hines, Gilbane project engineers Nicole Wormuth and Erica Wentz, and G.O. Vice President and Business Unit Leader Kahlil Olmstead. 

Gilbane Inc. changes the landscape on job sites and the community

PBN 2022 Diversity Equity & Inclusion Awards Architecture/Construction/Design: Gilbane Inc. Most of the meetings at Providence construction company Gilbane Inc. begin with what Chairman and...
LAB WORK: From left, Amgen Rhode Island scientists George Boras, Natalie Kieon and Bishouy Sharoubim join together in a laboratory inside the West Greenwich manufacturing facility. 

Amgen Rhode Island is on a journey to being strong allies...

PBN 2022 Diversity Equity & Inclusion Awards Biotechnology: Amgen Rhode Island AT AMGEN RHODE ISLAND, having a workforce that reflects the diversity of the patients...
WAKANDA FOREVER: From left, Bryony Bouyer, Hasbro Inc.’s senior vice president of diversity and inclusion and multicultural strategy; Olga Lowe, manager of global brand development and marketing; Tayla Reo, product development manager; and Phil Johnston, senior creative writer, pose with arms crossed in a salute made famous in Marvel Entertainment LLC’s Universe’s “Black Panther” movie. 

Equity is serious business for this toy company

PBN 2022 Diversity Equity & Inclusion Awards Entertainment: Hasbro Inc. WITH ITS STORIED, almost centurylong history, Pawtucket-based Hasbro Inc. is known as the corporate parent...
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