A New Face at WaterFire Providence – Edward B. Cabral Joins The Team
Edward B. Cabral Joins WaterFire Providence as the Manager of Sponsorships and Corporate Relations
Edward B. Cabral joined WaterFire Providence as Manager of Sponsorships and Corporate Relations. Cabral brings to WaterFire decades of leadership experience in sales, marketing, and corporate sponsorship. He previously served as executive sales director at the Providence Journal Company where he developed and executed all digital and print advertising sales strategies, working to build successful relationships with a wide range of local, regional, and national corporate clients.
We are excited to have Ed aboard leading our new #Art4Impact campaign to celebrate 25 years of WaterFire transforming place and building community in Providence,” said Peter A. Mello, managing director and coCEO. “We are entering an exciting and important period for the organization and it’s great to have a leader of Ed’s caliber on our team as we continue to grow our significant community impact for our second 25 years.”
A native of the Azores, Cabral grew up in New Bedford, Massachusetts and currently resides in Providence. He and his husband, Tripp Evans, are both active in the arts and culture community.
Cabral will be connecting local, regional and national businesses and corporations with meaningful opportunities to engage audiences and meet marketing and business objectives through WaterFire events downtown Providence and activities in the WaterFire Arts Center in the Valley/Olneyville neighborhood.
For more information about meeting your business objectives through a WaterFire sponsorship or hosting events in the WaterFire Arts Center, please contact Ed Cabral at (401) 443-5546 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feature image – Fires in the Waterplace Park Basin. Photograph by John Nickerson.
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