Transforming one 3-year strategy into another
LRI will play a role in reigniting the national movement by connecting the 750,000 alumni across the country - a growing network of servant leaders conditioned to explore complex systems and seek common ground and compromise for solutions to big problems.
Class projects tackle Burrillville’s opioid epidemic
The nine projects undertaken by the 2017 NU II teams, all focused on the rural towns along the Route 102 corridor, bring the number of Leadership In Action projects to 59 since 2010.
Innovation takes LRI beyond Rhode Island’s borders
Sharing successful programs beyond Rhode Island's borders is now embedded in LRI's new vision statement.
New website features alumni database and more
Become a dues-paying member and receive access to our new searchable alumni database!
An Open Letter: Gary St. Peter
Christine Roundtree remembers Gary St. Peter with great admiration.
Make RI Stronger News
RI Strengths Tours
Starting in 2018, LRI will offer “Strengths Tours of Rhode Island,” an opportunity for visitors to see local businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies where strengths-based practices are flourishing.
CS4RI summit brings tech leaders together to inspire entrepreneurs
In addition to Raimondo, other CS4RI attendees included: R.I. Commissioner of Education Ken Wagner; Barbara Cottam (LRI '00), chair of the R.I. Board of Education; and Leah Gilliam, Girls Who Code vice president of education, strategy and innovation.
Remembering Gary: Generous, full of heart
Gary St. Peter '92, a great champion and longtime supporter of Leadership Rhode Island, died earlier this month, a passenger in a tragic car accident in Palm Coast, FL., where he resided with his wife Jan, the center of his universe.