The Volunteer Center of United Way joined over 120 supporters on June 28th for the 2012 Leadership Westchester Graduation at the Gateway Center at Westchester Community College in Valhalla. Included among the graduates were Nancy Levin, Joanne Taylor and Paula Wedlaw, all from New Rochelle.
Leadership Westchester is a cutting-edge learning curriculum that prepares passionate, knowledgeable, and highly skilled individuals to assume positions of influence and impact, particularly as board members at nonprofit organizations in the region. Graduates from the 17 years strong program include leaders from business, public and nonprofit sectors who become part of the Leadership Westchester Alumni Association. Albert D. (Doug) Rogers of New York Life received the Alumnus of the Year Award. For more information call The Volunteer Center at 914-948-4452 or visit www.volunteer-center.org/leadership
Pictured(L-R): Leadership Westchester program facilitator David Severance of Rye; Andrea Bloome of Cortland Manor; Kristine Stallone of Tuckahoe; Nicole Stansbury of Elmsford; Annette McLaughlin of Harrison; Nathalie Monin Voelker of Larchmont; Joan Grangenois-Thomas of Port Chester; Joanne Taylor of New Rochelle; Nancy Levin of New Rochelle; Kathleen Haverlack of Bronxville; Sara Cashen of Dobbs Ferry; Daniel Huang of Forest Hills; Monica Ko of Hartsdale; Kevin Langtry of Somers; Julia Salem of Ossining; Paula Wedlaw of New Rochelle; and Kathy Doscher of Bronxville. Not pictured: Leigh Taylor Mickelson of Ossining; Anthony Montalbano of Flushing; Laura Traynor of North Salem; and Kimberly Foster of Elmsford. (photo courtesy of Paul Schneiderman of New Rochelle)