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Mark J. Brice, attorney at Decof, Decof & Barry, has represented children and families in medical malpractice and product liability cases for more than three decades. He spoke with Providence Business News about medical malpractice lawsuits and how medical technology is bringing changes to litigation. more
Community service may be a pasttime for some people, but for Dan Corley, school reform advocate and founder of Community Preparatory School, it is the focus of his career. In 1984, Corley founded Community Preparatory School in the heart of South Providence and for the past two decades has implemented and refined innovative teaching techniques that have enabled Community Prep to grow from a small, neighborhood, inner-city school to a model in urban education. more
1 Ethics reform will make it to statewide voters in November, years after legislators were removed from Ethics Commission review. Why this year? It was the convergence of a number of things. Common Cause has been out there pushing this … more
David Andreozzi is principal of Andreozzi Architects, a Barrington-based architecture firm that specializes in historically based, residential and commercial projects throughout New England. Educated at Rhode Island School of Design, Andreozzi started the company in 1988. He is the current vice president of the New England Institute of Classical Architecture and Art. In 2014, he was the national chairman for The American Institute of Architects’ Custom Residential Architecture Network. The work of Andreozzi Architects has been featured by PBS on “This Old House” as well as through numerous awards. more
Todd Thomas, founder of Tinker Bristol, a nonprofit manufacturing incubator and co-working space, talks about representing Rhode Island at the 2016 National Week of Makers held in Washington, D.C., in June. more
Robert Donovan is the executive Director of the R.I. Health and Educational Building Corp., which is celebrating its 50-year anniversary. Donovan talks with Providence Business News about the economic impact the quasi-governmental organization has had in Rhode Island. more
Dr. Ann L. Potter is the new medical director at Southcoast Behavioral Health, a 120-bed psychiatric hospital in Dartmouth that is part of Southcoast Health, serving patients in southeastern Massachusetts and parts of Rhode Island. Before joining Southcoast Behavioral Health, Potter worked at The Providence Center in Providence. Potter spoke recently with Providence Business News about her new position at Southcoast Behavioral Health and the entity’s goals and objectives. more
Karen A. Santilli is president & CEO of Crossroads Rhode Island, which aims to solve homelessness by practicing evidence-based methods to secure stable homes for individuals and families. She was PBN’s “2015 Business Women Industry Leader” in nonprofit services. Additionally, she was named the “2011 Fundraising Professional of the Year” by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Rhode Island chapter, and she’s a ZETA II graduate of Leadership Rhode Island. more
Christopher Samih-Rotondo is the community organizer for the Tenant and Homeowner Association at DARE, or Direct Action for Rights and Equality, a Providence-based organization. He has held this position for five years. He is a graduate of Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash., and an occasional contributor to local media, including the RI Future blog. more
Chris Drumgoole, chief technology officer of GE Digital, a tech division of General Electric, discussed why Providence was chosen for a GE Digital location with Providence Business News and the kind of work that will be taking place in Rhode Island’s capital city. He also explained why GE is expanding into the tech arena. more
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