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Homestar Mortgage loan officer discusses working with Rhode Island Housing, Rhode Island’s “hot” lending market and the state of the local economy. more
Dr. Rebecca M. Reece joined University Medicine’s Division of Infectious Diseases in January 2015. Her clinical and research interests include tick-borne diseases, HIV adherence and retention, and health disparities. Reece talks about the risks of Zika and her role as an infectious disease specialist. more
As the CEO and co-founder of the Lady Project, an economic development nonprofit providing women a forum in which to meet and collaborate, Sierra Barter helps women network on a national scale. She talks about opening the initiative’s 12th chapter, in Tampa, Fla. more
1What is the role of private schools in the Rhode Island education landscape? It is private schools that continue to provide the highest benchmarks for educational excellence. If you want to see tomorrow's best classroom practices, look at … more
Bob Walsh, the former general manager of the luxury residential tower, The Residences Providence, has joined Lila Delman Real Estate International. He responded recently to questions about his expectations at his new position. more
Brian Jepson talked with Providence Business News about the eighth annual Rhode Island Mini Maker Faire held in Providence last month. He said it is the second-oldest independent maker faire, noting that he and Kipp Bradford started it in 2009. more
Attorney Joseph M. DiOrio, principal of the Law Office of Joseph M. DiOrio Inc., recently received a lawyer of the year award from Best Lawyers for the category of banking and finance law. DiOrio talked with Providence Business News about why he received the award, how he got into banking and finance law and what trends he’s seeing in Rhode Island. more
Named University of Rhode Island’s first dean of the College of Health Sciences, Gary Liguori was most recently an educator, researcher and department head at the University of Tennessee. As dean of the college, Liguori will serve as a member of the executive committee of URI’s Academic Health Collaborative, where he will work with faculty across disciplines to build robust and forward-looking educational and research programs relevant to the evolving roles of health and health care in the 21st century. He spoke with Providence Business News about his role as dean and the new college’s plans to expand its research, training and education capabilities. more
Kara Foley is a newly hired policy analyst at Rhode Island KIDS COUNT, a children’s-policy organization working to improve the health, safety, education and economic well-being of Rhode Island’s children. She talked with Providence Business News about the organization's mission. more
1 How did cities and towns fare in the 2016 General Assembly session? On the positive side, an additional $2 million was added, compared to the governor's original proposal, to the Distressed Communities Program, and another $62 million in … more
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