Living United, Putting Community First
LEADERSHIP AND ADMINISTRATION
I. Lanre Ajakaiye
Chief Operations Officer
Larry Warner, DrPH
Mary Ann Canavan
Accounting Manager, Grants, Payroll, and AP
Accounting Manager, Fundraising Internal Audit
RESOURCE AND ENGAGEMENT
Director, Corporate Relations
Senior Program Manager, Andar & Resource Operations
Senior Program Officer, Volunteer Engagement and Volunteer Center Manager
Coordinator, Corporate Relations
COMMUNITY IMPACT AND EQUITY
Program Officer, Housing and Economic Policy
Director, Community Investments
Program Officer, Child Development and 2-Gen Initiatives
Administrative Assistant, Community Impact and Equity
Project Manager, 211 Data and Resources
Program Officer, Grant Development
Program Officer, Workforce Development and Economic Mobility
Executive Director, Grantmakers Council of Rhode Island
Bi-Lingual Community Resource Specialist, 211
Senior Program Officer, MME
Maria Sol Cuesta
Bi-Lingual Options Counselor, POINT
Community Resource Specialist, 211
Five Qs With: Anthony Botelho
Providence Business News
Anthony Botelho serves as senior vice president of commercial banking and team leader for the commercial and industrial group at The Washington Trust Co. He was recently appointed to lead the bank’s commercial lending growth in Connecticut, where the company recently opened a New Haven commercial lending office. Anthony also serves on United Way of Rhode Island's Board of Directors.
Rethinking how one of R.I.’s largest nonprofits can grow
The Boston Globe
In October, [Idrees "Lanre"] Ajakaiye was appointed the new chief development officer at... United Way of Rhode Island where he'll be in charge of helping... United Way achieve its current strategic plan, which outlines the nonprofit's investment of $100 million over five years to help achieve racial equity.
City Council gives final approval to $10M reparations budget
Providence Business News
A two-yearslong effort to bring racial reparations to Providence achieved a milestone Wednesday... The approved funding largely mirrors recommendations set forth by a city panel based on community input, but with one major change that shifts some money into a COVID-19 Equity Fund to be managed by United Way of Rhode Island.
The stage is set. On Wednesday, Feb. 1, the latest Nonprofit Innovation Lab will culminate as 10 Rhode Island organizations make their final pitch for a chance to secure seed funding to help bring their unique program idea to life. The program showcase and pitch night will be held at The Guild in Pawtucket beginning at 5 p.m.
After a record-breaking year that saw more than 13,000 Rhode Islanders come together to make donations totaling $3.1 million in support of hundreds of local nonprofits, 401Gives is gearing up for a return on April 1 with sights set higher than ever. Nonprofits that wish to participate and raise funds for their work are invited to register now.
Leaning into an innovative opportunity to better their organizations and… strengthen the ability of the state’s nonprofit sector to serve Rhode Islanders, a group of 11 nonprofit leaders recently completed United Way’s Executive Director Learning Circle… The fellows spent a year in the program, and their achievement was celebrated on Dec. 16 during a gathering at United Way’s Providence office.
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