Governor Raimondo hosts First Cabinet Meeting

Governor Raimondo Hosts First Cabinet Meeting

Encourages her team to be innovative, collaborative
 
PROVIDENCE, R.I.
- Governor Gina M. Raimondo Tuesday met with her Cabinet for the first time to lay out the vision of her administration - to create opportunities for all families. Following the meeting, the Governor's office hosted an informal meet and greet for the cabinet with members of the General Assembly.
 
"My team will be focused on working together to create opportunities for Rhode Islanders by building  skills, attracting entrepreneurs, and fostering innovation," Raimondo said. "By working together across state government, we will ignite Rhode Island's comeback."
 
Meeting attendees included:
 
o   Mike DiBiaise -- Department of Administration
o   Stefan Pryor -- Office of Commerce
o   Elizabeth Roberts -- Office of Health and Human Services  (also representing BHDDH, DCYF)
o   Tom Mullaney -- Budget
o   Paul McGreevy -- Department of Business Regulation
o   A.T. Wall -- Department of Corrections
o   Deborah Gist -- Department of Elementary & Secondary Education
o   Jamia McDonald and Pete Gaynor -- Emergency Management Agency
o   Janet Coit -- Department of Environmental Management
o   Michael Fine -- Department of Health
o   Kathleen Hittner -- Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner
o   Melba Depena -- Department of Human Services
o   Charlie Fogarty -- Division of Elderly Affairs
o   Scott Jensen -- Department of Labor and Training
o   Jonathan Womer -- Office of Management and Budget
o   Kevin McBride -- Adjutant General
o   Jim Purcell -- Office of Postsecondary Education
o   Stephen O'Donnell -- Department of Public Safety
o   Michael Lewis -- Department of Transportation
o   Kim Ripoli -- Division of Veterans Affairs
o   Rosemary Booth Gallogly -- Department of Revenue 

(release from Governor's Office)