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Business Women
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Attorney Alicia Samolis feels very lucky to have the opportunity to specialize in employment law – or what she calls the "juicy side" of business law. "Employment disputes often involve a lot of human elements," said Samolis, a partner at … more
Nicole D'Andrea wanted her MacBook to fit inside her "Mr. Arrogant" handbag, one of several styles her company designs, so she put the zipper on the side. "I try to keep the pieces stylish but classic and functional," she explained. "I want … more
For Robyn Smalletz, success is a family business. Smalletz is the president and CEO of Gloria Duchin Inc., a metal gift and jewelry-designing company started by her mother in 1979. Both her father and husband also have worked at the … more
Anyone who's ever planned a wedding, or a large-scale party, knows it's typically a lot of work. But for Stephanie Frazier-Grimm, founder of Couture Parties LLC and nonprofit The Confetti Foundation, it's her full-time job and she loves it. … more
The nominator for Yahaira "Jay" Placencia, a Providence Business News 2015 Woman to Watch, has known her for less than a year. But that was enough time for her to make a big impact. "She has an overflowing personality," U.S Trust, Bank of … more
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
With an aging baby boomer population and a health care system in flux, people want a variety of options when it comes to their health. Dr. Nancy Gagliano has been instrumental in fulfilling this demand in her supervision of CVS Health's … more
Beating a life-threatening illness led Lisa J. Raiola to launch a culinary incubator on Oct. 3 that is breathing new life into not only her career but the careers of 30 startup entrepreneurs. At 52, Raiola, who lives in Bristol with her … more
Entrepreneurial by nature, Deborah Schimberg did not foresee while studying comparative literature in the late 1970s at Brown University that she would eventually found and run a company that makes chewing gum from sustainable ingredients. … more
Rhode Island native Renee Evangelista, a specialist in complex estate planning and settlement techniques, showed the courage of her convictions in 2014 when she left the international legal player Edwards Wildman (now Locke Lord) to form a boutique … more
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