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PBN recognizes top Business Women of 2024

PROVIDENCE – Maria Gemma-Corcelli believes that everyone put on this earth has a purpose and sometimes, she said, you have to find that purpose. Gemma-Corcelli,...
LIFE’S WORK: Along with her staff, Kerry Evers, co-CEO and president of ProChange Behavior Solutions Inc. in Narragansett, has successfully enabled people to make lasting behavior changes and improve their well-being at work, at home and at play.
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Pro-Change Behavior Solutions’ Evers finds solutions to change people’s lives

2024 Business Women Awards INDUSTRY LEADER | PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: Kerry Evers ProChange Behavior Solutions Inc. co-CEO and president EVERYTIME KERRY EVERS and her staff at ProChange...

Meet Amgen Women Leaders in Science

We invite you to join us for an enlightening forum featuring Alli Ferguson and Satpal Kundra, two distinguished women leaders at Amgen. In this...
ESTABLISHING RELATIONSHIPS: RI Bio Executive Director Carol C. Malysz feels that building relationships within the life sciences sector leads to economic growth and everyone benefits as a result. 
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Malysz at RI Bio turned collaboration into a science

2024 Business Women Awards INDUSTRY LEADER | NONPROFITS: Carol C. Malysz RI Bio executive director THE LAST SEVEN YEARS leading RI Bio as its executive director have...
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS has named 34 honorees for the 2024 Business Women Awards program.

Gemma Foundation’s Gemma-Corcelli, Day Pitney’s Evangelista among PBN’s 2024 Business Women...

PROVIDENCE – Maria Gemma-Corcelli, executive director of the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation, has been selected by Providence Business News as this year’s...
Carol C. Malysz was named executive director of RI Bio, a Providence-based life sciences trade organization, in 2017. She is retiring in June. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Results speak loudest

Carol C. Malysz | RI Bio executive director Through strategic initiatives and a commitment to listening to our members, we’ve successfully elevated RI Bio from...

Eight organizations receive $795K in Innovation Network Matching Grants

PROVIDENCE – Eight organizations focused on entrepreneurship and business support services received a total of $795,378 in Innovation Network Matching Grants, the R.I. Commerce...
DOWN TO A SCIENCE: Neil D. Steinberg, second from right, chair of the R.I. Life Sciences Hub, speaks during a panel discussion on the state’s life sciences sector at Providence Business News’ 2024 ­Emerging Industries Summit at the Providence Marriott on March 13. Also on the panel are, from left, Dr. Gaurav Choudhary, medical director of Lifespan Corp.’s Cardiovascular Institute clinical trials office; Justin Fallon, Brown University professor and founder of biotech company Bolden Therapeutics Inc.; and Carol Malysz, executive director of RI Bio. PBN Editor Michael Mello, standing at right, moderates.
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Panel: R.I. biotech sector has catching up to do

Like most leading voices in Rhode Island’s emerging life sciences ­sector, Neil D. Steinberg doesn’t try to deceive himself on Rhode Island’s standing in...

RI Bio executive director announces retirement

PROVIDENCE – RI Bio, a life sciences professional trade organization, has announced that Executive Director Carol Malysz will be retiring at the end of...

PBN’s 2024 Emerging Industries Summit slated for March 13

PROVIDENCE – Opportunities for investment and job growth in the state’s blue economy, renewable energy, biotechnology and other life sciences are among the topics...
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