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Fit for Life: Set the Bar Higher! According to Travel and Leisure, our nerdy college students and artsy locals, found in coffee bars across the city, make us sexy. All the more reason to stop by Coffee Exchange for that afternoon brew. Providence is more than just good looking--we stole a high score for sophistication, too. The publication says northern cities embracing a more earthy and hipster vibe tended to edge out the Southern California girls and the New York City rich and famous.

This year, the beauty went more than skin deep, and Providence shined. The New York Post wrote in , "Narragansett's returns over the last two years have not been up to snuff and, through the first eight months of this year, the firm is down 2 percent…" The Post said funds from that fund were returned to investors. Block spent hundreds of thousands of dollars trying to build the Moderate Party and as its candidate, but left it this week to run for governor as a Republican. The Dartmouth grad is likely to pour hundreds of thousands of his own dollars into the race.

One of Forbes's "most promising CEOs under 35," he has been particularly active in education reform in the state, serving on the Board of Regents, helping bring Teach for America to Rhode Island, and pushing for the Race to the Top grant -- not without ruffling more than a few feathers along the way. Goldstein and his brother Sidney built CVS into a healthcare and retail power. Since retiring in , Goldstein has been a political force and financial donor to a range of education efforts including charter schools and The Met school in South Providence.

He is a partner in several Providence Equity funds where he has served on numerous corporate boards. Politically active in the election cycle, he gave to Romney for President and to both Democrats David Cicilline and Sheldon Whitehouse. The father and son team have pursued different tracks. Artemis ed the leadership team at Brown University as Chancellor after a storied career at AIG, the insurance behemoth. He and his family have been philanthropic supporters of Brown University and Rhode Island Hospital and have established several t chairs. The two-term former Governor was a former Old Stone Bank and Cookson America exec before making the switch to politics -- and wielded enough influence even prior to winning the seat to convince Cookson to headquarter at the former train station in Providence, now the current home to the RI Foundation.

His tenure as Governor was rocky at best, and what is proving now to be its defining moment is the doomed 38 Studios deal he helped usher through. His deep pockets and fundraising ties could explain his role on Cranston Mayor Allan Fung's exploratory committee for a run at Governor in Fung says he would have opposed the 38 Studios deal, so the question of Carcieri's influence on the Mayor's campaign -- whether it is policy or money -- will be watched closely.

Architect and developer Antonio Guerra purchased the then-mothballed Brown and Sharpe complex from the company in the late 's. Over 40 years, Guerra, who was ed by his son Tom and his son-in-law Tony Thomas, painstakingly rehabbed each building and developed it into the premier work-live complex in the state. Most Rhode Islanders know very little about the compound company headquartered in Pawtucket.

Fain stepped down as president and will be an ever-greater influence on a range of community issues. The company is one of the largest privately owned companies in southern New England. He founded the company in and led it to its IPO. Before Summer Infant, Macari was vice president of product development and general manager of Safety 1st, Inc.

It takes a lot of wealth, impact on Rhode Island and roots to make the list for a summer resident, but Royce checks off all three. Royce is a Brown grad and went on to found the wildly successful Royce Funds. He has invested tens of millions in developing the Ocean House in Westerly and the Weekapaug Inn into brimming expressions of Victorian architecture.

She came to Brown with an already exceptional in academia, which included Dean of Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs -- where she founded the Center for Health and Wellbeing in Paxon's own emerging influence in the state will no doubt come into play as Brown looks to expand further in the city's emerging "Knowledge District. From growing up in Woonsocket to Harvard to a near-entry position at Industrial National Bank, Terry Murray grew and merged Fleet Bank from a regional to global player.

At his height he was one of the most powerful bankers in America and along with Citizens Bank had created a banking center in Providence. Murray is no longer the force in politics and business in Rhode Island, but he still casts a long shadow and is a giving force. Gilbane as well as Paul Choquette have been two of the leaders in growing Gilbane from a strong regional construction force to a national firm over the past four decades. Gilbane has served on many of the top corporate and philanthropic boards in the region over the years including Fleet Bank, United Way, US Lacrosse, and as a trustee at Babson College.

Gilbane, Inc has emerged as a multi-billion company and one of the top privately held companies in the United States. Goldner reinvented Hasbro from a toy manufacturer to an entertainment company. Creating a movie and entertainment culture was no easy task but it paid off with wins like the Transformer movies.

Ira Magaziner deed Brown's curriculum as an undergrad, made millions as a business consultant before selling his firm Telesis to Towers Perrin and helped de Hillary Clinton's healthcare program when Bill Clinton was President, but the truth be told, it's Suzanne Magaziner that Hillary comes to visit. Now, the couple's son Seth has announced he wants to be the next General Treasurer in a race pitting him against Frank Caprio. Kim Chace held an annual position on the Forbes list and held a board seat for many years on Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Board.

Chace died in , and his vast fortune was spread among his wife, Elizabeth, the founder of Residential Properties; his son, who is a wealth management consultant; and his cousin, developer Buff Chace. Each of the three has been active in business and philanthropy. Buff has the highest profile largely because of his battle with the city of Providence over tax stabilization and his plans for the Superman building.

The former Wall Street investment banker brings strong financial experience to Brown. As one top government staffer says, Tisch le with "an iron hand" as it relates to his management and negotiating approach. Meyer was linked to the defeat of the ballot question in Newport approving expansion of table games for Newport Grand. The Newport philanthropist is a big donor to Democratic causes. Ryan began as a pharmacist with CVS in and worked his way up through the ranks to become chief executive 20 years later.

A trustee at his alma mater, URI, Ryan was the chief benefactor of the 7,seat arena named after him on campus. Although he now resides in Florida, Ryan has reportedly been active in conversations pertaining to pharmacy studies as they relate to housing a new t RIC-URI school of nursing in the Dynamo House in Providence. He oversees all aspects of the global development, marketing and sales of the company's broad portfolio of medical device solutions. Mahoney took over the CEO position last year. The business is focused on Community College Partnerships. Politically, Perik is an influential Democratic fundraiser.

He and his wife Liz host a major national leadership event at their Jamestown home for Nancy Pelosi to benefit the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. The event has raised millions for Democrats. Perik received a B. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. His successor Ned Handy now follows in his footsteps in making the move to the oldest community bank in the nation and the largest independent bank in Rhode Island. In a de facto business partnership, Kim Chace and Sherman teamed up to build BankRI into one of the leading community banks in region.

Today, Sherman is the special master on the massive pile of foreclosure cases. She is also a close advisor to Gina Raimondo. Subramaniam was named chairman in , three years after being named president and CEO. Today, Steinberg has been working to recreate the largest private foundation from a very quiet organization into a force for positive change.

His influence as head of RI Foundation is ever growing as he works to create a new, involved and activist organization that is promoting Rhode Island to Rhode Islanders and promoting innovative ideas to recreate the Rhode Island economy.

He made his money back in the day at Fleet Bank in the glory days. Verrecchia has played a key role as a bridge in the transformation from a toy manufacturer to an entertainment company — the shift from Mr. Potato Head to Megan Fox. Choquette was legal counsel to the Governor in the early s.

Starting then, the former Brown football star has helped Gilbane to grow into a major national construction force. The younger Choquette was also a football star at Brown and has worked his way up the family business and was named to Gilbane Building Company's Mid-Atlantic Business Unit.

The former venture capitalist is now an all but announced candidate for Governor. The architect of pension reform was the darling of reformist and local and national business communities for her leadership and expertise. Two years later, she is under nearly constant attack from unions, Forbes columnist Ted Siedle, and Rolling Stone writer Matt Taibbi for her shifting pension dollars to hedge funds.

The mega-developer owns and operates many of southern New England's biggest developments. His controversial purchase and teardown of the old Produce Market on the backside of Providence Place Mall still stains the city. Howes is the million dollar women in Rhode Island healthcare. Crisafulli is managing one of Providence's largest law firms, has become a super lawyer on many of the biggest deals and lobbying for his old team at GTECH and for Twin River.

He earns tens of thousands lobbying, but his big payday was his exit from GTECH, which included a multi-million payout. The third-highest ranked power couple on the list. Walk around the core of downtown Providence and most of the buildings are owned and managed by the Paolino real estate empire. Joe Jr. Paolino is becoming one of the leading forces behind the scenes both at the state political level and in the city. His efforts to push Angel Taveras towards a gubernatorial run and Buddy Cianci for a return to City Hall are just two of his ongoing efforts.

Rick Bready left the CEO position after building Nortek into a leader in home and commercial building products. He restructured the company twice.

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