Shri Service Corps™ is our 501(c)(3) non-profit arm, which provides free yoga and wellness programs to undeserved populations in Rhode Island who cannot afford such opportunity.
Studies have shown that a consistent yoga practice can help people reduce stress, gain focus, increase flexibility, strengthen muscles and improve moods. Our programming, provided by certified and experienced yoga teachers of all backgrounds, is committed to creating more positive, productive and healthy communities.
Board of Directors
David Mongeau, WCVB-TV (Chair)
Ed Mastriano, Cox Communications (Vice Chair)
Bob Farrell, WJAR-NBC 10 (Treasurer)
Lori Solinger, WJAR NBC 10 (Secretary)
Sheri Santos Kennedy, MPG Drug, Crossmark
Alison Bologna, Executive Director
Heather Bryant, Director of Development
Marilyn Gallucci, Sodexo
Stacia Soucy, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island
Amy Gravell, The Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket
Maria Gemma, Executive Director, Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation
Matt Kaplan, Co-founder and CEO of Peacelove Studios
Dr. Kathleen Carty, PhD, President and owner of Vantage Point, Inc.
James Faulkner, ACI / prisons consultant
Bonnie Combs, Community Advocate
Dr. Theresa Bologna, EdD
Pat Bologna, nonprofit administrative and managerial consultant
IN MEMORIAM: Jim Gillen, Director, Anchor Recovery Community Center who passed away July 2015 but whose memory lives on at Shri