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Emily Hall has been elected president of DESIGNxRI. Hall is director of marketing and a senior associate at Union Studio Architecture & Community Design. She holds an MBA from the University of Rhode Island and a master's degree in industrial design … more
Rhode Island is a hotbed for design. Providence is home to the third-highest number of industrial designers per capita in the nation. And a study of the creative industries in Rhode Island between 2007 and 2012, which included a recession, … more
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, NONPROFIT With an art history degree freshly in hand, Amanda McMullen left Syracuse University some years ago looking for work in a museum. That search, which led her to Boston and an administrative … more
John Seeley has been elected vice president of DESIGNxRI. Seeley is a principal and creative director at SurfaceMatter Design and he has been a board member of DxRI since 2014. He holds a B.F.A. from the Rhode Island School of Design and M.F.A. from … more
Nonprofits today are trying to thrive in an economic environment that is not optimal. The challenges they face morph every day, requiring nimble responses, reallocated resources and fresh eyes. And more nonprofits – in a very real sense, … more
The Rhode Island Foundation has awarded eight nonprofits serving the state’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer communities with more than $57,000 in grants through its Equity Action Fund. more
Updated 2:30 p.m. Despite recent signs of an improved economy, one in eight Rhode Island households lacks adequate food, according to the 2015 Status Report on Hunger in Rhode Island from the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. more
Certified public accountants at LGC+D raised $4,221 in their Bucks for the Buzz fundraiser. more
The AIDS Walk RI, taking place Sept. 13, will recognize a person or organization dedicated to the fight against HIV and AIDS with the first annual Hope Harris Award. more
Melissa Cummings will chair the 2017 Southern New England Go Red For Women Luncheon, an annual women’s event emphasizing cardiovascular health. As a cornerstone piece of the American Heart Association Go Red For Women movement, the event raises awareness and urges action to prevent or survive the greatest and fifth-greatest killers of women – heart disease and stroke, respectively. more
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