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ProJo: Providence Revolving Fund has new executive director

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Carrie Zaslow has been selected to be the new executive director of the Providence Revolving Fund, board president Christine West announced Tuesday.

Zaslow has a strong background in community development and finance through her 11-year tenure at Local Initiatives Support Corporation, and earlier experience at Randolph Savings Bank and the Housing Network of Rhode Island, according to the announcement.

“Carrie shares our vision of how historic preservation is vital and relevant within the larger realm of responsible community development and positive social impact,” West said in the announcement. “The board feels Carrie has the leadership and skills needed to guide the organization in its ongoing evolution and continue its exceptional record of responsible investment in historic properties.”

Zaslow will replace Clark Schoettle, who is retiring at the end of June after 34 years at the fund. A celebration of his career will be held Tuesday, June 26 at the Providence G Rooftop from 4-7 p.m.

The Providence Revolving Fund is a community-based, non-profit, development and lending corporation with a mission to preserve the city’s architectural heritage and stimulate community revitalization. The PRF manages a $12-million historic preservation fund for neighborhood and downtown revitalization in Providence.

Courtesy of Providence Journal 



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