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Welcome to the sched tool for choosing the panel sessions that you would like to attend. Please note there are two panel sessions at 9:30 am and two panel sessions at 10:30 am. Kindly choose the panels you prefer in each of these two time slots. Please email Betsy Santarlasci at betsy@ripartners.org if you have questions.
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Diane Lynch

Social Enterprise Greenhouse
Providence, RI
Diane Lynch has been a Social Enterprise Greenhouse partner since June 2009.  She has served on the Loan Committee and the Board since 2011, and was Chair from 2013-2017.  Diane serves as a Director of the public/private Partnership for Greater Providence, which supports economic development projects with a positive social impact in the greater Providence area. She also serves as a Commissioner on Rhode Island's Agricultural Land Preservation Commission. Previously, Diane was a management consultant with Booz, Allen, working primarily in the food sector, assisting domestic and international food manufacturers and retailers in the areas of operations, logistics, strategy and product launch.  From 2009-2011, she was the Director of Social Enterprises at Amos House, working with their catering, restaurant, baking mix, and home improvement businesses. She holds a BA from Brandeis University and an MBA from Boston University. Her public service experience includes work in education, municipal planning and urban environmental planning.  Diane and her family live in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, where they grow hay and barter with local farmers who need access to pasture land.