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All are Welcome at our Quarterly Meetings

Join us for our upcoming quarterly meetings on the first Thursdays of  March, June, September, and December! We invite everyone to come together and harness the power of collective giving. Bring a friend along for an enriching experience!

We extend a warm welcome to guests and potential new members! Connect with like-minded individuals, explore the vibrant landscape of nonprofit organizations in Rhode Island, and witness the empowering effects of our democratic process.

Feel free to attend the meeting without any commitment to become a member – it's an open invitation to share in the spirit of giving and community building.

Community Conversations event with Amy Gallo at Riff Raff Books

Join us for 
100 Women Who Care RI

Author Talk with 100 Women Member Amy Gallo

"Sometimes trying something new, even something small, can shift the dynamic between you and a coworker who gets under your skin."


Author of "Getting Along" and 100 Women Who Care RI member

Amy Gallo, past Community Conversation speaker

Amy Gallo is a workplace expert who writes and speaks about gender, interpersonal dynamics, difficult conversations, feedback, and effective communication. She is the author of Getting Along: How to Work with Anyone (Even Difficult People) and the HBR Guide to Dealing with Conflict, as well as hundreds of articles for Harvard Business Review.  She  is frequently sought out by media outlets for her perspective on workplace dynamics, conflict, and difficult conversations. Her advice has been featured in The New York Times, Fast Company, Marketplace, and The Austin American-Statesman, as well as on WNYC, the BBC, and ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation).  

You can read more about Amy at her website.

Harvard Business Review's Women at Work podcast

For the past three years, Amy has co-hosted HBR’s popular Women at Work podcast, which examines the struggles and successes of women in the workplace.

Miss Our Event? 

Head over to the Women at Work podcast to hear Amy's live event book talk.

Link here

The Collective Power of Women

Community Conversations past event, The Collective Power of Women
Panelists speaking on The Collective Power of Giving Zoom event

The Collective Power of Women: A Panel Conversation


What an inspiring discussion about the collective impact women can have in our community. Special thanks for our guests for their time and insights Aline Binyungu, Women’s Refugee Care; Cristina DiChiera, The Womxn Project; Naomi Mark, RI Coalition of Black Women and Sarah DeCataldo, Charis LLC.  


It was a delight to learn more about the projects our panelists are initiating and how their efforts are not only challenging existing societal structures, but are having a such a positive impact on making change  Please check out their websites below to learn more about the organizations they represent and the amazing work they are doing to help women in Rhode Island. 


Thank you to everyone who attended The Collective Power of Women conversation and helped make it a success. We look forward to seeing you again at our next Community Conversation event. 

Special Thanks to Our Panelists and Moderator, Sarah De Cataldo

Naomi Mark, Community Conversations panelist

RI Coalition for Black Women


Naomi Mark currently serves as Vice-President of Rhode Island Coalition of Black Women (RICBW). She is a Licensed Realtor and CEO of Black-Market Realty. Naomi earned a BS degree in Business Entrepreneurship from Lynn University and is currently enrolled at Purdue University Communications Master’s Program. 

Aline Binyungu, Community Conversations panelist

Women's Refugee Care


Aline Binyungu, is a former refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and current resident of providence, Rhode Island, and Executive director and Founder of the non-profit organization Women’s Refugee Care WRC providing assistance to refugees from Africa.

Cristina DiChiera, Community Conversations panelist

The Womxn Project


Cristina DiChiera is the Director of the Womxn Project Education Fund, a nonprofit organization that uses the arts to build a more just and equitable Rhode Island. 

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