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Big Ideas For Providence: 10 to Watch

This year's 10 to Watch are taking on the city's most challenging issues

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10 To Watch: Jordan Seaberry

Director of Public Policy and Advocacy, Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence

10 To Watch: Jason Almeida & Sabrina Chaudhary

Partners, Stay Silent PVD & Trade Pop-Up

10 To Watch: Raymond Two Hawks Watson

CEO/Founder, Providence Cultural Equity Initiative

10 To Watch: Jules Opton-Himmel

Owner, Walrus & Carpenter Oysters

10 To Watch: Allen Penniman

Principal Planner, City of Providence

10 To Watch: Taino Palermo

Community Development and Healthy Communities Program Director, School of Continuing Studies at Roger Williams University (Providence campus)

10 To Watch: Chanravy Proeung

Soros Justice Advocacy Fellow, Open Society Foundations

10 To Watch: Antonieta Falconi

Chief Financial Officer, Social Enterprise Greenhouse

10 To Watch: Damian Ewens and Jen Silbert

Project Director & Senior Project Manager, Opportunity@Work

10 To Watch: Marcia Ranglin-Vassell

Incoming State Representative, House District 5

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