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Big Brothers Big Sisters' board member Liz Catucci was recently named by the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce to be their new President and CEO. Liz has served on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of the Chamber of Commerce for the previous four years.

When she was asked about her new role as President and CEO of NRICC, Liz said, "The work the Chamber performs is invaluable for local businesses on various levels, and I am humbled to be given the opportunity to serve the community in this new capacity. Chamber members can be assured that I will continue to advocate on their behalf, and will work to help grow their business through networking and marketing opportunities."

Liz was also named as one of Providence Business News' 40 under 40 for 2018.

Read an interview with Liz Catucci by The Johnston Sunrise.

PBN's 2019 Best Places To Work

Big Brothers Big Sisters Is Honored To Be Named One of Rhode Island's Best Places To Work For 2019

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rhode Island provides a supportive work environment that allows our employees to thrive by leveraging their strengths, allowing them to be successful in their role. The agency has created a culture of positivity by providing generous and competitive benefits, workplace mentoring, opportunities for advancement, while working together to make the community a better place.

Because of this, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rhode Island has been named by Providence Business News as one of 2019's "Best Places To Work".

It takes a concerted effort, involving management and every single employee, to create the kind of environment that makes Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rhode Island a great place to work. We know that when our employees are happy and feel supported, everyone benefits.



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