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March 15, As a woman-owned and women-run business, we know that running an organization is difficult work. We wish we could spotlight every female business owner-operator, policy and academic guru in Rhode Island and across the world! For now, we have put together this list of 12 women who are making a difference in peoples lives and helping to move Rhode Island forward with their daily actions.
Whether they are writing bestselling novels, leading non-profits, or providing people with fresh, local produce they are influencing and inspiring the next generation of Rhody ladies. Take some time this month to appreciate the women in your life and all around us. And if you happen to be a woman, take some time out to celebrate you! Celebrate you! Now booking in Providence and Newport. Sue began as Director in the summer of and by MayRelish Rhody was unveiled.
Sue continues her work through Relish Rhody to build a bigger and better food system. She has great knowledge of food systems and clean energy. Since coming to Rhode Island, she has been consistently involved in both worlds. She has seen a great deal of growth and has overseen it all. During her time as CEO, the Preservation Society received accreditation from the American Association of Museums, becoming one of only accredited museums. Trudy has an impressive history of preserving and bettering New England.
During her 11 years with Save the Bay, Trudy turned it into the largest citizen action organization in New England. We could go on more, but we have more ladies to recognize! Moonrose is chemical-free and specializes in vegetables and cut flowers for their small CSA and restaurant sales. Her partner, Jordan, holds down the fort at Moonrose with their trusty farm dog, Jax. Seeds are saved year after year and everything is loving planted and harvested. Melissa and Jordan put so much love and tenderness into their farm. Their CSA fills up quickly. Follow Rhode Island Red Food Tours on social media to keep up with all of the fun happenings in Rhode Island this month and every month!
Deloris is a star in her own right, working to inspire Rhode Island youth. As a teacher at Central Falls High School, she encourages academic excellence and inspires her students to dream bigger and do better. InDeloris gave the undergraduate commencement address at her alma mater, RIC.
She was awarded an honorary doctorate of education.
She traveled the world as a flight attendant, even drawing from her experiences to write several of her stories. She ultimately returned home and currently resides in Providence. She often explores gender roles, grief, and the complications of romantic love in her works.
Her bestselling memoir, Comfort: A Journey Through Griefshares her personal journey mourning the death of her daughter. It is important for women and men! A woman is not just one thing. She can be all things — happy, sad, mother, boss, feminine, and strong.
Marta has a passion for preserving and sharing history. Inshe published a book based on her work with the Latino Oral History Project. She has curated museum exhibits sharing Latino traditions, culture, and history. Marta strongly believes in collaboration. She collaborates with all sorts of people, so long as they have a story to tell.
In her position as Executive Director of RILA, Marta puts on community events and festivals to promote and preserve the art, history, heritage, and cultures of the Latino communities of Rhode Island. There are several coming up and you can find more information here. You can learn more about Marta and her mission here. Friends or family planning a spring visit? The list keeps on growing! Makers are supported and elevated by Lisa and her team.
Makers are schooled on branding, retail, packaging, and marketing techniques. For those who would rather avoid the farmers market rush, the app is life changing. You can find more information here. InLisa was determined to close the technological disparity in the African American community. BDPA chapters provide information, networking opportunities, and education to minority tech professionals. Learn more about Lisa and her work here. Impressive, right!? Kaitlyn and her Executive Chef, Ashley Vanesse, pride themselves on baking fresh bread and pastries and in-house butchering.
The cafe is open for breakfast, lunch, cooking classes, private events, tastings, and more. It is a great example of a dedicated farm-to-table business in Rhode Island. Check out cooking classes at Easy Entertaining by clicking here. Learn more about Kaitlyn and her team here. From there, she was promoted to director of administrative services and taught communications as an adjunct professor.
She rose even further up the ranks, becoming president of the Charleston campus. After a successful move, Mim moved up to Rhode Island as vice president of institutional planning for the entire JWU franchise. Soon after moving north, she pursued a doctorate in law and policy from Northeastern University. Mim ultimately found her place as Providence Campus President in and has been a visible, hands-on presence ever since.
Bowen Center for Science and Innovation in Johnson and Mary T. Wales would be as proud as we are. Learn more about Mim and her journey here. She was born in a refugee camp in Thailand and immigrated to the United States with her family in Chanda has over a decade of experience in grassroots community activism and educational justice. Keep up with us on social media. Plan ahead — book your private group tour today! Private group tours can be arranged for Newport and Providence, giving you and your group a personalized foodie experience.
Perfect for bachelor and bachelorette parties, birthdays, anniversaries, alumni events, and more. Photo Credit: Cranston Herald. Photo Credit: Providence Journal. Photo Credit: RI Monthly. Marta V. Photo Credit: Providence Monthly.
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