Updated March 25 at 12:26pm
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Paul Gentile is the president and CEO of the Cooperative Credit Union Association, which serves credit unions in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Delaware. He talks with Providence Business News about this year’s legislative session in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, and what he’s keeping a close eye on at the federal level. more
R. John Davenport, an adjunct associate professor of neuroscience at Brown University, is managing director of the Brown Institute for Brain Science, which supports research among more than 100 Brown faculty members. more
A 25-year veteran of the public relations and development industry, Marlene LeRoy now serves as the director of public relations and development at Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island. more
1 In December, BOND, in partnership with the Center for Women & Enterprise, announced BOND-PLX – an educational learning exchange for minority and women business owners to learn about the construction industry. What was the catalyst for the move? … more
(Updated 11 a.m.) The rental market on the East Side of Providence has entered the busy season, in preparation for renewal of contracts and new leases, which typically starts in June. Samson Realty, at 346 Wickenden St., has specialized in student rentals for more than 20 years. more
Peter Nelson, vice president of engineering at NetCenergy, an information-technology services firm, talks about how the company is hosting a free cybersecurity informational session on March 14 at its Pontiac Avenue headquarters in Cranston, and how businesses can protect themselves from cyberattacks. more
Daniel J. Rosenbach, president of IGWE Trust LLC, is the decades-long owner and operator of Cape Cod's iconic Red Cottage Restaurant. He talks with Providence Business News about the trust, its investments and its history. more
Lawrence T. Saulnier is director of nursing at Visiting Nurse of HopeHealth, a new position at the agency. He came to HopeHealth, a nonprofit community-based home health provider in Lincoln in November 2016, with many years of clinical expertise and leadership experience. more
As a young man, Bernard Georges emigrated from Haiti to Rhode Island, where he graduated from Central High School in Providence. He later went on to receive a master’s degree in public administration from Roger Williams University in 2014. more
1 You previously were vice president for student services at the City University of New York. How is that system similar to Rhode Island College? It was vastly different, in that CUNY is a collection of 25 campuses with 274,000 students. … more
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