Today, Mayor Brett Smiley announced Paul Winspeare as the Chief Human Resources Officer for the City of Providence. Winspeare brings over 10 years of strategic human resources management and talent acquisition experience in the public and private sector to lead recruitment, employee satisfaction and human resources strategy for the Smiley Administration.
Mayor Brett P. Smiley today delivered his budget address for fiscal year 2024 to the Providence City Council, local leaders and community members. The proposed budget reflects the Mayor’s top priorities: investing in city services, providing robust education opportunities, improving neighborhood safety and ensuring Providence has a sustainable economic future.
Mayor Brett P. Smiley will join Providence Police Chief Oscar Perez and Healthy Communities Acting Director Rachel Newman Greene on efforts to provide a safe opportunity for the disposal of expired or unused medication throughout Providence this upcoming Saturday, April 22, 2023, from 10AM to 2PM at select locations, in observance of National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.
Today, Mayor Brett Smiley announced Sheila Dormody as the Chief of Policy and Resiliency for the City of Providence. Dormody is joining the City of Providence with over 30 years of leadership in policy research, development, and advocacy and has been on the forefront of the state’s efforts to address climate change and promote social equity. Mayor Smiley has also hired James Moore as the City’s Director of Inspections and Standards.
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