A native Rhode Islander with an unabashed love for her tiny home state, Kristin Zosa Puleo has an MA in Art History, a strong background in non-profit event management and program development, and has taught Art History as an adjunct at the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI). She is currently the Programs Manager for Leadership Rhode Island, where she oversees the Core and College Programs.
Previous to joining the LRI team, Kristin was at Johnson & Wales University, where she worked in the department of Providence Campus Events executing high-level events for the administration, board members and executives. Prior to this position, she was the event and program coordinator at the Culinary Arts Museum at Johnson & Wales University, where she worked to grow the presence of the museum in the community through hands-on public programming, social media outreach, and student-centered events.
Kristin also volunteers for the PVD Lady Project as the City Manager. She is responsible for supporting the overall mission of The Lady Project by ensuring the continued success of the Providence chapter’s events and outreach.