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McKee has sizable lead over Kalus in Boston Globe/ Suffolk University...

PROVIDENCE – Another poll shows Democratic Gov. Daniel J. McKee with a sizable lead over Republican Ashley Kalus, one month out from the November...

Women in Science: Cracking the Code

To stay competitive globally, the nation needs the talent and creative ability of all of its people—both women and men. However, women make up...
Rachel Best founded Providence’s Small Steps Therapy in 2013 in order to serve the area’s growing need for speech, language and feeding therapy. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Count on core values

Rachel Best | Owner and speech-language pathologist, Small Steps Therapy LLC Creating a work environment that maintains a positive culture in a female-dominated industry is...
DEVELOPING LEADERS: Co-owners Lisa Bergeron, right, founder, managing partner and chief visionary officer, and Tejal Tarro, left, managing partner and chief services officer, converse with Kevin Matta, director of client engagement and inclusion, at Advancing Workplace Excellence in Providence. The firm provides targeted talent-development programs, coaching options and more.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

How to invest in human capital

Advancing Workplace Excellence is a small Providence firm in a field that’s been gaining recognition in recent years called human-capital consulting. Human capital and human...

9 DANCERS.ONE NIGHT.ONE CAUSE.

The Greater Providence YMCA Dancing Under the Stars is stepping back into the spotlight for season two. The special gala, on June 20 at...

Pay-equity fight not over in R.I.

Women earn a median of $43,541 in Rhode Island, ­according to data from the National Partnership for Women & Families, which cited U.S. Census...

List: Women-run businesses

Total number of employees managed by chief women executives listed, including on just-missed list: 24,449 Just missed the list: 1. (tie) A Child’s University | No....
GETTING INVOLVED: Malcolm A. Makin, president of Professional Planning Group, says it’s critical for women to be involved when financial decisions are made. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Women urged to close savings gaps

Americans aren’t saving enough, in general. And women, in particular, have reasons to be concerned. They live longer, which means their savings must last longer. Because...
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