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Must R.I. give Citizens what it wants?

The 11th-hour budget amendment submitted by Gov. Daniel J. McKee asking to overhaul how Rhode Island-based banks are taxed had some questioning whether the...
RELATIONSHIP BUILDING: Hilda Castillo, an engagement and outreach specialist for Advance Rhode Island Clinical and Translational Research, encourages members of the Latino community to participate in clinical trials by developing connections and trust. 

Ensuring Latinos have a place in clinical trials

Hilda Castillo knocked on the door of a home day care in Providence several years ago and explained she was working on a clinical...
CLEAR MESSAGE: New Harbor Group Managing Director Lauren Greene uses her communication and networking skills to share her clients’ stories with the public. 

New Harbor Group’s Greene informs the public, inspires change

2024 Business Women Awards WOMAN TO WATCH | CREATIVE SERVICES: Lauren Greene New Harbor Group managing director LAUREN GREENE GREW UP watching and reading the news....
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.

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...
HEALTHY CHANGE: Rosemary A. Costigan began her career in health care and worked at Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island in Pawtucket for more than 20 years before becoming the Community College of Rhode Island’s interim president. 

Costigan always felt at home at CCRI

2024 Business Women Awards INDUSTRY LEADER | EDUCATION: Rosemary A. Costigan Community College of Rhode Island interim president A RECENT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE and first-generation college...
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. 

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...
SITUATION ROOM: Among her roles with the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport, Shelley McInnis is involved in developing combat system trainers, which teach submarine crews in environments that replicate as closely as possible what they will find on actual subs. 

NUWC’s McInnis is on the front lines of innovation, national defense

2024 Business Women Awards INDUSTRY LEADER | TECHNICAL SERVICES: Shelley McInnis Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport mission capability manager, customer advocate and tech program manager...

R.I. gets $19M for community health centers, medical research

PROVIDENCE – The U.S. Department of Health has awarded $19 million for community health centers and medical research across the state, members of Rhode...
WAYNE T. SALISBURY Jr., who has been leading the R.I. Department of Corrections on an interim basis since January 2023, has been nominated by Gov. Daniel J. McKee to be the agency’s permanent leader. / COURTESY OFFICE OF DANIEL J. MCKEE

Salisbury nominated as permanent R.I. Dept. of Corrections director

EAST PROVIDENCE – The interim director of the state’s Department of Corrections has been picked by Gov. Daniel J. McKee to take the position...

R.I. DLT renews funding for university biotech programming

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – As the Ocean State seeks to raise its profile in the regional and national life sciences sector, the R.I. Department of...
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