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George Wiley Center
32 East Ave
Pawtucket, RI 02860
Office phone: 401-728-5555
Camilo Viveiros, Coordinator
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Camilo has been the George Wiley Center Coordinator / Executive Director since the founding Director's retirement in 2016, preceded by his role as lead organizer for 4 years. With nearly 30 years of community organizing  experience, locally and beyond, Camilo is deeply dedicated to pushing for both short- and longer-term collective goals. Bringing his background as a first generation working-class organizer, trainer, and strategist, Camilo works to build community power toward justice and liberation.  


Camilo Viveiros
Coordinator / Executive Director

Daisy Benitez
Bilingual Health Equity and Transportation Justice 

Daisy is an international activist for immigrant rights and economic justice. We are fortunate to continue to collaborate with Daisy beyond borders!


I'm a low-income Afro-Latina fighting for justice in all facets of our society. I hope to continue working with local groups to further an agenda that centers working people, like the George Wiley Center has been doing for decades.


I consider myself a passionate individual when it comes to community work. There’s something about assisting others through situations I can relate to that drives me. I’m originally from Chicago and grew up in Uptown. Art has always been a natural talent, during my sophomore year of high school I completed an artist apprenticeship at gallery 37. I attended college for computer animation and graphic design, but ultimately landed a career as a tattoo artist; my specialty is realism. In 2006 I moved to Massachusetts where I worked in the management field and preformed administrative and secretarial duties. I now live in Pawtucket assisting at the George Wiley Center. I’d like to help as much as I can, motivate others to push through hard times and find their potential.

I'm passionate about community organizing, education, and visual art. Originally from southeastern Connecticut, I am so happy to be working with my community at the GWC for economic justice for all Rhode Islanders, and towards a just transition to renewable energy that centers low-income and working class people and people of color.

Alesia Ross

Ever since I was a child I knew that God had a purpose for my life but I didn't quite know what my purpose was. I knew that he put in my heart to love people, no matter race, color, creed. Especially when I was going through segregation in the 60s, me and two other black children in all white private school... being a single mom raising four children on my own, showing them and teaching them that you have to be educated and work to make it in this world. I have 13 grandchildren. And the way this world is, I want to help to make it a better place for us all.


By working at the George Wiley as a community organizer, I'm learning so much about grassroots organizing and social and economic change. I'm able to speak to clients and members because I can relate to a lot of injustice, such as homelessness, incarceration, and drug addiction. I'm the best example because I've been through it. So being part of the George Wiley staff is a great honor. This is something that I always wanted to do. I'm going to be 60 years old. It's never too late to follow your dream.

Naomi Bradford
Video Designer

Naomi Bradford is a multimedia artist and videographer living and working out of Providence, Rhode Island. Naomi’s mission is to bring ideas to life, no matter how small the initial spark, and push them to be as clear, beautiful, and engaging as possible. On the weekends, you can catch her reading somewhere under a tree.

Directions to the George Wiley Center
32 East Ave, Pawtucket, RI 02860

Located in downtown Pawtucket, Rhode Island,
the George Wiley Center is 2 miles north of Providence.


Our office is in a first floor storefront, wheelchair accessible and children are welcome. 


By Bus

From Providence, take Bus #1 or the R-Line to downtown Pawtucket.
Buses stop in front of the George Wiley center office, or at the Pawtucket Transit Center, a 2 minute walk to our office.

#1 Bus Schedule 

R-Line Bus Schedule   



By Car

From points South  (Warwick, Cranston, Providence, etc.)

Take Route 95 North
EXIT 27 "Downtown Pawtucket"
Go through 2 sets of lights (2 short blocks)

LEFT at 3rd light onto George Street

Go over the highway, through light (pass Murphy's Law on the right)

RIGHT at next light onto East Ave

Follow down hill, curving to the left, staying on East Ave

George Wiley Center on the right, 32 East Ave

(across the street from Blackstone Valley Community Health Care)

Street Parking available


From points North  (Attleboro, Boston)

Take Route 95 South

EXIT 27 "Pawtucket, North Providence"

RIGHT off the exit ramp onto George Street

(pass Murphy's Law on your right)

RIGHT at next light onto East Ave

Follow down hill, curving to the left, staying on East Ave

George Wiley Center on the right, 32 East Ave

(across the street from Blackstone Valley Community Health Care)

Street Parking available



By Bicycle (from Providence)

Easily reached by bicycle from Providence, just 2 miles north.

Several options:

Follow Hope Street north, it will turn into East Ave when you enter Pawtucket, continue 2 miles and the George Wiley Center is on the right at 32 East Ave.

Take North Main Street north, bearing right at the split to stay on Pawtucket Ave, as you enter Pawtucket. Follow Pawtucket Ave for 2 miles, merging left onto George Street. Cross the highway and take the first right after Murphy's Law restaurant onto East Ave. Follow the hill down to the left onto East Ave and the George Wiley Center office is on the right at 32 East Ave.




Kinverly Dicupe

Bilingual Food Security Organizer

Ninya Smith

Assistant Bookkeeper

Lily Kirby

Communications and Digital Organizer

Community Organizer