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Merry Caswell is the administrative director of the First Star University of Rhode Island Academy and former principal of Slater Middle School in Pawtucket and Newport’s Cluny School. more
1 What are a few of the advantages in the recent move from Providence to Pawtucket? Providence was great to be right in the middle of everything, but it was really just an office. The move to Pawtucket means we've taken that leap toward … more
The Steel Yard, an industrial arts nonprofit based in Providence, recently announced it would hire KITE Architects to design plans for the restoration and renovation of its 12,000-square-foot studios. In responses to the Providence Business News, Steel Yard Executive Director Howie Sneider elaborated on the plans. more
In February Katje Afonseca was promoted from director of development to executive director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ocean State. She is the organization’s youngest-ever executive director in its 50-year history. more
Kenneth Burke recently was named assistant director of capital projects for the University of Rhode Island. He previously served as general manager of the Rhode Island Water Resources Board, a position he held since 2009. He responded recently to questions posed by Providence Business News. more
Leandra Elberger, senior communications and development manager for New York City-based Venture for America, discussed with Providence Business News how the organization hosts a five-week training program at Brown University every year with the new cohort of Venture for America fellows. The program prepares them so that they will be ready to make an immediate impact on their companies and communities when they begin their placements at the end of the summer. Starting today, members of five classes of Venture for America fellows will return to Brown for three days to participate in activities centered around building the Venture for America community and fostering entrepreneurship in cities like Providence. more
In July 2016, Amanda Leite became executive director of the American Heart Association - Southern New England, after previously serving as senior Heart Walk director for the organization. She talked with Providence Business News about the AHA’s role in helping Rhode Islanders reduce their risks of heart attacks and cardiac disease and her new role with the AHA. more
Michael D. Croft, CEO of Volute, which bills itself as the world’s first composable learning marketplace, talks about the Lincoln-based business with Providence Business News. more
Dr. Susan L. Koelliker, a radiologist with Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island, a Care New England Hospital, and assistant clinical professor of diagnostic imaging at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, has been named the new chief of diagnostic imaging at the Providence hospital, effective Jan. 1, 2016. more
Magnus Jonsson, chief marketing officer for A.T. Cross Co. in Lincoln, discusses the venerable company’s recent announcement that it will distribute Sheaffer pens in the global corporate gift sector. A.T. Cross, known for fine writing instruments, also recently launched a Star Wars pen line. Jonsson talks about Cross’ plans going forward. more
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