Women CEOs Leading in Rhode Island

What is the current state of female leadership in Rhode Island?

In Rhode Island, two long-time prominent CEOs, Connie Howes and Merrill Sherman, are moving onwards in retirement, leaving big shoes to fill at the top.

However, a small but strong group of women in Rhode Island who are tops in their organziations are making a major impact in their industries -- and on the Rhode Island economy.

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