PACE Organization of Rhode Island Honors External Partners at Annual Meeting

December 7, 2018

PACE Organization of Rhode Island recognized its external partners during its 2018 Annual Meeting in Providence, RI. Community partners, educational organizations, business partners, staff and caregivers were honored for the help they provided to the organization throughout the year.

The organization recognized Roberta Doran, of the Tri-County Community Action Agency (TCCAA), for the community partnership of the agency; Todd Olszewski, PhD, of Providence College, for the academic partnership of the college; Cognify, for its business partnership; and Rosali Figueroa, for being an outstanding caregiver to her mother-in-law, who is enrolled in PACE.

“We find it important to reflect on our accomplishments from the past year and to show gratitude to community partners and employees at our annual meeting,” said Joan Kwiatkowski, CEO of the PACE Organization of Rhode Island. “Through strategic partnerships and collaboration, PACE is able to grow and make positive changes to help us better serve our participants and communities.”

PACE Organization of Rhode Island is a Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE®). The program serves older adults who wish to maintain their independence and live in the community.

2019 board chair Chris Woulfe and CEO Joan Kwiatokowski attended the annual meeting.

PACE Organization of Rhode Island recognized community and business partners, caregivers, educational
partners, board members and staff at its annual meeting. (Photos by Michael Schmitt)
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