NEW: Morales, Kwan and Narducci on Elorza Transition Team
Thursday, December 11, 2014
“I’m grateful that such an esteemed group of people has volunteered to lead the work of our transition committees,” Mayor-elect Elorza said.
The Steering Committee will work closely with Elorza Transition Co-Chairs Lisa Ranglin, Victor Capellan, and Sally Lapides to facilitate the work of ten different transition committees.
The transition commitees are as follows:
Connie Pemmerl, Bert Crenca, Scott Duhamel
Toby Shepherd, Anna Cano Morales, Carrie Feliz
Ken Bell, Chanda Womack, Pastor Antonio Aquino
Sports, Recreation, & Youth Programming:
Michelle Kwan, Councilman Nick Narducci, Adeola Oredola, Angel Subervi
Arts, Culture, & Cuisine:
Kaitlyn Roberts, Asher Schofield, Sussy Santana,
Enrique Martinez, Garry Bliss, Carmen Diaz-Jusino
Ethics, Transparency, & Open Government:
Phil West, Susann Mark, Aida Crosson
Housing & Neighborhood Development:
Sen. Juan Pichardo, Melissa Husband
Julius Kolawole, Nicole Pollock,
Barbara Fields, Ed Pacheco, Ron Crosson
To sign up for a committee and find information about the transition, interested parties can visit Mayor-elect Elorza’s transition website.
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Chafee & Cicilline Aide
Former top aide to Lincoln Chafee and David Cicilline is a big Elorza supporter (following Smiley's exit) and was part of the core group of the failed Anybody But Cianci effort.
She worked for Chafee in DC and came back to RI to serve as Chief of Staff for Cicilline during his tenure that created the City of Providence's fiscal meltdown.
Carpionato is the mega developer who is one of the finalists to develop the 195 parcels -- and is the owner of the still yet-to-be developed Fruit and Produce warehouse site in Providence.
He ranks 17th on GoLocal's list of RI's Richest and Most Influential.
While Tom donated to Elorza, his father and visionary behind the transformation of the former Brown & Sharpe complex into the leading live-work environment in the City of Providence - now the Foundry office complex and the Promenade apartments -- donated to Cianci.
His family made GoLocal's Richest and Most Influential.
Former Hosp. President
The former President of Women and Infants Hospital is now an executive with Care New England. Her husband Kelly Sheridan has ben a lobbyist for everything from the Providence Chamber to big tobacco.
#19 on GoLocal's ranking of the Richest and Most Influential.
Hunter is lead consultant for the Working Waterfront in Providence - the group is at the forefront of the battle between the pro-industrial users like Sims Metals (Elorza) and the mixed use plans of Cianci. This week the two Mayoral campaigns made charges and counter charges about what is the right plan for Allens Avenue and the Port of Providence.
Founder of BIF
Saul Kaplan is emerging as the biggest thought leader in RI. His BIF Summit attracts many of the country and world's biggest thought leaders in business.
His Business Innovation Factory is a business think tank and consulting firm. He is the former EDC director and a business MINDSETTER™ to GoLocalProv.
Moses is the boss of the firm Moses & Alfonso - one of the top political firms in the City. Recently, the firm paid a $4.4 million settlement for the firms involvement with 38 Studios.
The firm has been a strong supporter of sitting Providence Mayor Angel Taveras.
Former Fleet Bank CEO
J. Terrence and Suzanne Murray
The former CEO of Fleet Bank built the bank into one of the largest in America before selling to Bank of America. The bank has the tenant at the now vacant Superman Building. Murray now lives in Palm Beach, Florida.
While the Murrays lives outside of RI for most of the year, they still ranked #36 in GoLocal's Richest and Most Influential.
Former BankRI CEO
The former BANKRI CEO was once rumored to be a candidate for Mayor of Providence. Sherman has been active in politics and the community.
She is now a special master in resolving the federal forclosure crisis. She ranks #23 on GoLocal's Richest and Most Influential.
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