August 9, 2009
Radcliffe Named Projo's Executive V.P. of Finance and Administration
PROVIDENCE , R.I. - Sandra J. Radcliffe of North Scituate has been named executive vice president of finance and administration at The Providence Journal. A 28-year employee of The Journal, she will continue to serve as the company's chief financial officer and has added the responsibilities of non-editorial administrative matters.
" Sandy 's business acumen and publishing experience will be critical to The Providence Journal's future success as we navigate through these challenging economic times and beyond," said Howard G. Sutton, Providence Journal Company publisher, president and CEO.
"This is a well-deserved promotion," added Sutton.
Radcliffe has worked in various roles within the newspaper's finance department including senior vice president, vice president and director. She is the president of The Providence Journal Charities and a trustee of both The Providence Journal Charitable Foundation and The Journal-Bulletin Santa Claus Fund, now affiliated with the annual Children's Holiday Hope Fund.
Radcliffe has a bachelor of science degree in accounting from Providence College, where she currently serves on the President's Council.
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