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College Leadership Rhode Island 2012 Class Announced

October 15, 2012 (Providence, RI) - Nominated by college leadership and their peers and selected through LRI's application/interview process, this year's College Leadership Rhode Island class, …

October 15, 2012 (Providence, RI) - Nominated by college leadership and their peers and selected through LRI's application/interview process, this year's College Leadership Rhode Island class, sponsored by Amica Insurance, consists of 29 young leaders from 10 colleges/universities.

"These students were selected because of the accomplishments and future potential they've demonstrated at such an early age," said Mike Ritz, Executive Director, Leadership Rhode Island. "Our program, in its eighth year, deepens connections participants make with the state of Rhode Island."

2012 College Leadership Rhode Island Class

-Emily Ackerman

Johnson & Wales University, Junior, International Business

-Saadia Ahmad

Providence College, Junior, Public and Community Service Studies

-Jennifer Anello

Providence College, Senior, Management

-Dan Brown

Salve Regina University, Senior, Political Science

-Mike Cahill

Salve Regina University, Senior, Politics/International Studies

-Matt Coupe

Johnson & Wales University, Junior, Business Management

-Liz Fallon

Johnson & Wales University, Junior, Accounting/Finance

-Danielle Gaboury

Endicott College, Senior, Hospitality Management

-Emily Greagori

Johnson & Wales University, Senior, Sports/Entertainment/Event Management

-Caroline Heider

Providence College, Sophomore, History

-Kristina Hillinger

Johnson & Wales University, Senior, Sports/Entertainment/Event Management

-Maeve Jopson

Rhode Island School of Design, Senior, Industrial Design

-Lauren Maloney

Salve Regina University, Senior, Political Science and Philosophy

-Kevin Manuel

Roger Williams University, Senior, Business Management

-Conor Mitchell

Johnson & Wales University, Junior, Creative Advertising

-Mimi Mutoni

Salve Regina University, Senior, Political Science

-Kelsey Newton

Providence College, Senior, Business Management

-Jen Otoski

Johnson & Wales University, Junior, Fashion Merchandising & Retail Marketing

-Don Previe,

Johnson & Wales University, Senior Management

-Jo Rebelo

Providence College, Graduate Student, Accounting

-Gina Roberti

Brown University, Junior, Geology-Biology

-Irene Rojas-Carroll

Brown University, Sophomore, Education (History and Policy track)

-Michael Rose

Providence College, Senior, Art History

-Cynthia Silva

Rhode Island College, Junior, Psychology and Chemical Dependency/Addiction Studies

-Komlan Soe

University of Rhode Island, Senior, Political Science and Sociology

-Hannah Spillane

Salve Regina University, Junior, Nursing

-Gino Tetreault

Rhode Island College, Junior, Secondary Education: English

-John Torres

Year Up/CCRI, Sophomore, Information Technology

-Kenia Trinidad

Rhode Island College, Senior, Gender and Women's Studies

The first session day began at (add)Ventures, an award-winning multidisciplinary brand communications firm headquartered in Providence, as students conducted an exercise about expressing their authentic selves while interacting with other young leaders throughout the day. The students will tour Crossroads Rhode Island and interact with non-profit leaders at their second monthly session.

The semester-long course is free of charge for participants and consists of six half days from September to December.

For more information about College Leadership Rhode Island, please contact Leadership Rhode Island at 401-273-1574 or www.leadershipri.org

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