Loch Sheldrake, NY (June 16, 2014) - The SUNY Sullivan Foundation is pleased to announce its 2014 Women Who Make A Difference honorees. This year, seven women will be recognized in six categories for their contributions to the Sullivan County community, and will be celebrated during a ceremony and cocktail reception to be held at BHR in Rock Hill.
The 2014 categories & honorees are:
Higher Education: Lisa Lindquist, former professor, SUNY Sullivan division of Liberal Arts and Humanities
Healthcare: Dr. Katherine Seibert, Oncology, Hudson Valley Healthcare
Law Enforcement: Sgt. Cheryl Crumley, Sullivan County Sheriff’s Department
Volunteerism : Hon. Josephine V. Finn, Monticello Village Justice; Former SUNY Sullivan Trustee; founder, D.R.E.A.M. Tank; NYS Board of Regents
Pay it Forward: Glorianne Ellison and Kara Passante, Founders of Ride to Survive Sullivan County
Tourism Development: Roberta Byron Lockwood, CEO, Sullivan County Visitor’s Association
The ceremony and cocktail reception to honor these women will take place on Thursday, August 21 at 6:00 pm at BHR (Bernie’s Holiday Restaurant) in Rock Hill, NY. The event is open to the public by reservation, and the cost is $50.00 per person. Reservations can be made by contacting Hillary Egeland at SUNY Sullivan at (845) 434-5700, extension 4377. Please make your reservation no later than August 18.
The SUNY Sullivan Foundation works to secure private funds used to supplement the college's traditional revenue sources. In doing so, the Foundation provides scholarship assistance, funding for equipment and enrichment programs, and the ability to enhance and strengthen selected academic areas and programs that prepare a student for life after formal education. SUNY Sullivan awards approximately $100,000 in scholarships each year, made possible by generous contributions from alumni, donors, friends and neighbors.