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SPEARHEADING CHANGE: Toby Ayers, executive director of Rhode Island for Community and Justice, is leading programming to help bring the community together and establish youth empowerment across cultures. / PBN PHOTO/DAVID HANSEN

Toby Ayers, Rhode Island for Community and Justice executive director


Leaders & Achievers 2022 TOBY AYERS Executive director, Rhode Island for Community and Justice WHILE ATTENDING COLLEGE, Toby Ayers won a fellowship to study in...
JOY E. FOX, CEO of Jamestown-based strategic communications firm Clarendon Group Inc., was recently named the chairperson for the Sophia Academy board of trustees. Sophia Academy, based in Providence, is an all-girls middle school that provides a culturally and gender-responsive education grounded in social justice. 

Fox named Sophia Academy board chair

JOY E. FOX, CEO of Jamestown-based strategic communications firm Clarendon Group Inc., was recently named the chairperson for the Sophia Academy board of trustees....

Creating more options for families and girls to enjoy Scouting

My three older brothers and I grew up in Scouting and became Eagle Scouts in the 1970s and early ’80s. My sister Marjorie loved...

We’re missing a chance to solve migration

As the global number of asylum seekers continues to increase, migration is now a political lightning rod on both sides of the Atlantic. And...
WOMEN MADE 18 cents less per dollar than men in Rhode Island in 2016. / COURTESY NATIONAL PARTNERSHIP FOR WOMEN AND FAMILIES

R.I. gender wage gap smaller than U.S. avg., 2nd largest in...

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island had the No. 20 smallest gender pay gap in the nation, with women in the Ocean State earning 82 cents...

URI professor Vaccaro named pillar

ANNEMARIE VACCARO, associate professor of human development and family studies at the University of Rhode Island’s College of Health Sciences, recently was named a...
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