It’s A New Year! Resolutions from Rhode Island Business Leaders…

Arthur Yatsko

2016 President, Rhode Island Association of REALTORS®

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My New Year’s resolution is to help make the RI Association of Realtors an even greater asset to our members and the communities they serve. We can accomplish that by promoting the importance of housing as an economic driver and by helping to facilitate an environment in which all Rhode Islanders can meet their housing goals. By embracing the National Association of Realtors recently adopted Commitment to Excellence, our state association can be an impactful vehicle for positive change.


Gina Raimondo

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My New Year’s Resolution is to continue to expand opportunities so everyone can make it in Rhode Island. I will be working hard in 2016 to see that all Rhode Islanders have opportunity by building skills, creating jobs and innovating in government. We all have a role to play in Rhode Island’s comeback. Together, we are rebuilding our state’s middle class. We have momentum – it’s working. A happy and healthy New Year to all Rhode Islanders!



Maria Gemma

Executive Director, Gloria Gemma Cancer Research Foundation RISBJ - Pictures from RI Business Leaders' New Year Resolutions 3

The team of the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation is excited to enter 2016 with an ambitious vision of providing even more breast cancer education and resources to the many diverse communities of Rhode Island. In a state where 1 in 6 women will be touched by breast cancer, many individuals and families need a support structure to help them navigate through turbulent time in their lives.

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