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Business Women
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A Providence Business News 2015 Woman to Watch award winner, Jessica Granatiero wasn't nominated by a supervisor or a business colleague but by a friend and longtime admirer of her uniquely dynamic success. Granatiero owns and operates the … more
Cheryl Merchant has always been driven to lead and to teach. Back in 1984, after graduating with her bachelor's degree in business administration from Alma College in Alma, Mich., Merchant embarked on a career at General Motors as a … more
1You recently led WBEZ/Chicago Public Media. How do Providence's and Rhode Island's audiences compare? American audiences in every town or city have high aspirations for the public-media institution that serves their community. But no two … more
Connie Laverty O'Connor, senior vice president and chief customer officer of International Game Technology, knows the importance of collaboration, of building a strong team. At once unquestionably accomplished and exceptionally humble, her … more
It is no exaggeration to say that PBN's Business Women Awards program shines a spotlight on the best in Rhode Island. But this year, we've gone global. The two headline winners in this year's program – IGT's Connie Laverty O'Connor and … more
In a time when casinos are proliferating across the region, Megan McGuinness' job is to find new ways to entice patrons to choose her clients over the competition. McGuinness, owner of McGuiness Media & Marketing LLC, entered the casino … more
Ann Marie Fillion always had an affinity for both numbers and people — those two attributes have translated into a career that transcends the typical accountant's role in business. Born in … more
Sensata Technologies President and CEO Martha Sullivan was named the Bryant University 2015 Women’s Summit New England Businesswoman of the Year Friday at the daylong event held Friday at the school’s Smithfield campus. more
She could have been a lawyer or entered government service or journalism. But two years in a middle school classroom convinced Heather Tow-Yick that she would focus on a career in education. more
Barbara Sokoloff knew one thing when she decided to start her own consulting firm nearly 30 years ago: She wanted to help transform "holes in the urban fabric" into vibrant communities. Sokoloff, a 72-year-old Providence native, says an … more
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