Pawtucket-native Stephanie Nunes returns to RI as YIA’s Program Administrative Director to give back to her community after leaving 7 years ago to pursue her career in the field of social work.
If you’re looking to give back this January in honor of MLK Day, we’ve got a great list of local opportunities just for you.
At the age of 32, Cassy Oliveira is an optometrist with her own private practice in Providence, RI. This impressive first-generation college graduate shares how she got to this point at such a young age.
As a hard-working professional, lack of time, consistent travel, and a rushed schedule can sometimes lead to poor eating habits. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. Jess Evora is excited to share with you some strategies she uses to stay on track, even during busy times at work.
Boston-native Fabiola “Fabi” Brunache discusses persistence through personal loss, her transition to Rhode Island, and how she was able to thrive in her entrepreneurial pursuits despite being one of very few minorities in the predominantly White Real Estate profession.
Young Entrepreneur Wale Alesh shares his beautiful perspective on life, which accompanies both his eye for fashion, and his love for West African culture.
She stepped outside of her comfort zone and it paid off. Meet Elected Pawtucket School Committee Member (and Pawtucket City Council At-Large Candidate) Elena Vasquez.
Pawtucket-Native Jessica Correia shares her journey to becoming a National Qualifying Bikini Competitor, and discusses the power of goal-setting and mental discipline.
2018 is proving to be quite the year for minority entrepreneurs, and those of us in Rhode Island have plenty of help waiting for us. With so many local small business resources and so many reasons to start, this may be the right time to turn your dream into a reality.
Steve Duque has been skateboarding since he was 13 years old. He had no idea that this pastime would turn into something so special.