Meet the 2023 Tau II Class

Tau IIs by the Numbers

27% of class members work in the Government sector, 38% work in the Non-profit sector, and 30% work in the Private sector

Tau IIs by the Numbers

The Tau IIs represent 25 unique industries

Tau IIs by the Numbers

34% of class members identify as BIPOC, 64% as White, 3% preferred not to answer

Tau IIs by the Numbers

58% of class members were born outside of Rhode Island

Tau IIs by the Numbers

The oldest class member is 65, the youngest is 24

Tau IIs by the Numbers

The median age of class members is 42

Tau IIs by the Numbers

The Tau IIs represent 29 RI, 1 CT, and 2 MA cities and towns

Tau IIs by the Numbers

66% serve on a board or commission

Tau IIs by the Numbers

74% of class members serve as coaches or mentors

Tau IIs by the Numbers

Collectively, the class directly manages 2,521 people, and more broadly oversees 6,648 employees in their workplaces

Tau IIs by the Numbers

As a cohort, their Top 5 CliftonStrengths are: Achiever - Learner - Relator - Responsibility - Input

Stefanie Abate

Blue Cross & Blue Shield of RI

Ashley Blauvelt

Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management

Melissa Book

Coastal1 Credit Union

Nicole Brouillette

US Naval War College/DoD

Anita Bruno

RI Women in the Trades

Kristine Campagna

Rhode Island Department of Health

Aymar Ccopacatty


Jim Cenerini

Rhode Island Council 94, AFSCME, AFL-CIO

Anne DaSilva

Peregrine Group LLC

Ann Durham

Providence After School Alliance

Robyn Earley


Jay Farias

RIDOT Office on Highway Safety

Kristin Farley

Dimeo Construction Company

Allori Fernandes

Jane Addams Resource Corporation

Beth Flanagan

ALS Association

Emily Garthee

Rhode Island Parent Information Network (RIPIN)

Aniece Germain

Cranston City Council

Meg Grady

Meals on Wheels of RI

Yvonne Graf

Office of the Lieutenant Governor of Rhode Island

Alex Gonzalez

City of Providence

Evelyn Guillen

eGuillen-Services LLC

Kasha Hanflik

Girls on the Run Rhode Island

Tom Hannon

Rhode Island National Guard

Jamie Hansen

Kahn, Litwin, Renza & Co., Ltd.

Alex Hurd

Discover Newport

Jeff Jefferson

Locke Lord LLP

Zak Keathley

Rhode Island Governor's Workforce Board

Geri Kuklinski

Clearway Health

Jessica Kumar

Cox Business

Marie Lalyre

Dorcas International Institute

Steve Larson

The Washington Trust Company

Jamie Leiva

Harvard Medical School

Jess Levy

Frito Lay/PepsiCo

Ivette Luna

Blue Cross & Blue Shield of RI

Andrew McConville

Cetrulo LLP

Yoli Macias

Conexion Latina Newport

Oliver Majewski

Gilbane Building Company

Trish Marlar

The Beacon Mutual Insurance Company

Doreen Maroney

U.S. Department of State

Michelle Rosa Martins

Women and Infants Hospital

Ben Mellino

Amica Mutual Insurance

Kathy Moar

Rhode Island Energy

Carrie Morse


Chuck Nardozza

AAA Northeast

Kerri Nunn

General Dynamics Electric Boat

Caroline Ogonowski


Obed Papp

Healthy Communities Office

Josh Parks

Adler Pollock & Sheehan PC

Tina Pedersen

Real Access Motivates Progress

Kim Rauch

RI Department of Human Services

Susan Roberts

American Red Cross

Jose Rodriguez

College Unbound

Kelsey Ryan

Coastal Medical Physicians

Tina Santos

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rhode Island

Donna Schneider

Lifespan Health System

Carlos Sical

Providence Police Department

Gabriel Soden

Child & Family

Mike Sollitto

Burrillville School Department

Christi Sperry

Pediatric Audiologist

Trisha Suggs

Department of Behavioral Health

Eric Sung

Providence College

Pete Turner

Cox Communications

Mike Valdes

Giant Shoulders

John Viau

Modern Design

Amy Vincenzi

RI School for the Deaf

Kilah Walters-Clinton

Executive Office of Health & Human Services

Tammy Warner

R.I. Office of Postsecondary Commissioner

Crystal Wild

Loring Advisory Group

Shaquita Wilson

Bristol County Savings Bank

Jeffrey Wosencroft

University of Rhode Island