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Christine Smith is the executive director of the Rhode Island Science & Technology Advisory Council. Smith talks with Providence Business News about STAC’s mission to create economic opportunity and jobs in Rhode Island. more
Rebecca Plonsky, a licensed independent clinical social worker, is vice president of integrated behavioral health at CharterCARE Health Partners, which includes Roger Williams Medical Center in Providence and Our Lady of Fatima Hospital in North Providence. Plonsky helped navigate an agreement to create CharterCARE’s new Long-Term Behavioral Health Unit, which has 20 beds for Medicaid-eligible patients who need long-term psychiatric care. She talked recently with Providence Business News about the new LTBHU and its role in the community. more
Richard Culatta is Rhode Island's chief innovation officer. His role will focus on opening up government and using data to solve problems. more
CEO of IDT911 discusses the firm’s data-protection work and ransomware, “the Zika virus” of cybercrime. more
Robert Murray, president of Bond, spoke recently with the Providence Business News about the company’s decision this year to establish an office in Providence. Bond, headquartered in Everett, Mass., has more than 750 employees and operates in nine states. In Providence, it occupies a 5,000-square-foot office at One Cedar Street. The construction management and general contracting company employs about 25 people on Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts projects, which will be coordinated out of the Providence location. more
Lara D’Antuono joined Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick in 1994 as the organization’s child care director. She advanced to the position of development director before being named executive director in 2000. more
Edward Sanderson is executive director of the Rhode Island Historical Preservation and Heritage Commission. The commission administers federal and state tax credits for rehabilitating historic commercial buildings. more
Pat Sabatino, CEO and founder of Providence firm Datarista, talks with Providence Business News about the new company and how it received $350,000 in funding from the Slater Technology Fund. The funding was part of a $1 million seed round led by Slater and other private investors. more
Edward A. Hjerpe III is president and CEO of Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston. The bank is working with New England states to spur economic development through various programs, including Jobs for New England and Helping to House New England. Hjerpe talks with Providence Business News about those programs and how Rhode Island fits into the overall mix. 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
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