Technology Helping to Steer Fast Growing Company Feb 2014

Marianne Caserta began working at Atrion Networking Corporation in 1997 as Controller, until her move to CFO in 2006. Over the years her responsibilities have progressed as Atrion has grown from a $4 million company to over 75 million.



‘Moving Mountains’ -- One Small Stone at a Time Nov 2013

After graduating from Scituate High School, Dorothy Pascale attended Providence College (PC). While at PC she took on her first accounting job, as an accounting clerk at the then-named Hinckley Allen law firm in downtown Providence. Her first professional accounting experience came after graduating from PC, when she began working at Gaines Vollucci & Co., now known as Muto Vollucci & Co. It was an experience that set her on a career path to success.



Airport System Plays Vital Role for State's Economy Aug 2013

In addition to T.F. Green Airport, the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) is responsible for five general aviation airports throughout the state: Block Island, Newport, North Central, Quonset and Westerly. Brian Schattle, CPA, a Rhode Island native and proud member of RISCPA, is senior VP of Finance and Administration and CFO at the RIAC.



Working with Numbers May 2013

Scott DiChristofero is chief financial officer at one of the state’s largest non-profits, Gateway Healthcare. It is an organization with a $60 million budget and approximately 950 employees. Gateway Healthcare services some 22,000 Rhode Islanders.  



Listening to Clients at the Root of Giving Back Jan 2013

To Richard G. Carriere’s way of thinking, there is indeed a place for philanthropy in business. An essential place, he says. Carriere, CFP, CAP, Senior Vice President, Financial Advisor, and Financial Planning Specialist for The North Atlantic Group at Morgan Stanley, sees the very idea of giving back as embedded in the fabric of the accounting profession.



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