Meet the department
The Department of Marketing and Communications is represented by a diverse group of professionals who are able to assist and counsel the college community on a range of communication issues. In addition to media relations, the Department of Marketing and Communications is responsible for college publications, internal and external communications, speechwriting, editorial services, graphic design standards, advertising, website content, many special events and sponsorships, and photography. Contact us.
|Becka Carroll||Assistant Director of Brand Marketing & Advertising||401-825-1086||[email protected]|
|Angie Escalante Orrego||Social Media Coordinator||401-825-1055||[email protected]|
|David Fischbach||Communication Design Specialist||401-825-2082||[email protected]|
|Amy Kempe||Director of Marketing & Communications||401-825-2028||[email protected]|
|Michael Parente||Manager of Communications & Marketing||401-825-1249||[email protected]|
|Brendalee Peckham-Bell||Senior Graphic Designer||401-825-2195||[email protected]|
Spring 2022 Dean's List
Students enrolled in a degree program who have completed 12 credits with a grade point average of 3.25 or higher each semester with no grade lower than “C” are eligible for the Dean's List.
From the festive, well-decorated graduation caps to the sounds of Pomp and Circumstance filling the arena, CCRI returned to the Dunkin’ Donuts Center for its first in-person commencement since 2019.
Despite a long battle with COVID with pregnant with her second child, Providence's Christine Williams – a mother, student, and entrepreneur – never gave up on finishing her degree at CCRI.
At first glance, 60-year-old Ryk McIntyre might not seem like the typical CCRI student, but the Fine Arts major encapsulates the spirit of the Class of 2022 as this year's commencement speaker.
CCRI is one of 10 finalists in Lumina Foundation’s TheMillion Dollar Community College Challenge, which will award $1.9 million to amplify marketing at America’s community colleges.
From passion to purpose
Ilyus Evander (they/them), a transfeminine student from Providence, is studying Technical Theater at CCRI and recently released their second poetry book exploring family relationships through dreams.