Rhode Island Free Clinic Board of Directors

Our Board of Directors directly reflects the diverse community we serve, enhancing our vision and strategic operations as we strive to meet the needs of our patients. Our Board sustains the investment of our volunteers and community partners through collaborative leadership and stewardship, offering dynamic guidance in their respective fields of expertise.  


  • Carrie Bridges, MPH


    Vice President, Community Health & Equity, Lifespan

  • Michele Lederberg, Esq.

    Vice President

    Executive VP, Chief Administrative Officer Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island

  • Patrick Martin, CPA

    Treasurer and Chair of Finance Committee

    Partner, Director Nonprofit Services Group Kahn, Litwin, Renza

  • Diana Ducharme, Esq.


    Partner, Cervenka Green & Ducharme LLC


  • Mary Noons

    President and Chief Operating Officer, The Washington Trust Company

  • Bryanca Colvin

    Assistant Vice President, Amica Mutual Insurance Company

  • Samuel Bradner

    Managing Partner, Peregrine Group, LLC & Peregrine Real Estate Advisory, LLC

  • Jeffrey F Chase-Lubitz Esq.

    Secretary and Chair of Governance Committee

    Partner, Husch Blackwell

  • Jehanne Bjornebye, Esq.

    Assistant General Counsel, Devoted Health

  • Loree Dubois, CPA

    Partner, Kahn, Litwin, Renza

  • Rilwan K. Feyisitan, Jr.

    President & CEO, East Bay Community Action Program

  • Jerry Fingerut, MD

    Rhode Island Executive Office of Health and Human Services Medical Director

  • Brendan Kane

    Chair of Development Committee

    Principal, Peregrine Property Management

  • Joe Perroni

    President and CEO, Delta Dental of Rhode Island

  • Phillip R. Rizzuto, MD, FACS

    Professor of Surgery, Clinician Educator Warren Alpert Medical School, Brown University

  • Caroline Troise, MD

    Internist, Anchor Medical Associates

  • Marina Rodriguez, MD

    Internal Medicine - Retired

  • Melinda Delaney, MD

    Medical Director (ex officio)

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