Meet the Class of 2015

As we enter into the 25th year of Leadership Rockland, a new group of participants gets ready to embark on a journey that will expose them to many facets of Rockland County in ways that will be truly memorable.

Welcome to the new class:

VincentAbbatacolaAdminstrative AssistantAbbey Ice & Spring Water
DavidAlterCEOInternational Planning Alliance
DawnBarclayAssociate BrokerKeller Williams
DanielCapraraField TechnicianVerizon
ChristopherCapraManaging DirectorEmerging Media, Inc.
LisaDeckerAssistant Academic Dean - Graduate ProgramsDominican College
ChristineDiltsDirector fo Community EngagementDominican College
Bridget EichingerAttorneyCane & Boniface, P.C.
MichelleGrondahl McCarthyOwner/ PresidentBark Busters Home Dog Training
Rebecca HasbroukManagerVanacore, DeBenedictus, DiGovanni & Weddell, LLP, CPAs
VictoriaHertzExecutive DirectorHopper House Museum
SabrinaHosangCOOCaribbean Food Delights
KenyattaJones AriettaBroker/ OwnerR2m Realty
DesireeLeone StollAssstant EMS CoordinatorCounty of Rockland
GaryLiptonAttorneyOffices of Gary Lipton
Linda LoReDirector, Foundation & Community RelationsSt. Thomas Aquinas College
SusanLynneConsultantRockland Community Foundation
JarrettMathewsMortgage Loan Officer Bank of America
Glenn MeyersGM Electric OperationsOrange & Rockland
TiffanySturdivant MorrisonManagerHudson Valley Community Services
RayNeubauerAccountantGKG CPAs
Donna OuimetteDirector of Human ResourcesJawonio, Inc.
TeresaOShaughnessyBranch ManagerBetter Homes and Gardens
VictorProtasiewiczPolice OfficerClarkstown Police Department
ValicitieRubinoGeneral Manager/ Opertations & EventsNyack Seaport
EugeniaSchatoffDirectorWest Nyack Free Library
DeborahStudnitzerSTAR LiaisonRockland Teachers Center Institute

Alumni Breakfast Panel Discussion

The Changing Face of Rockland
A Panel Discussion

Please join us for breakfast and a panel discussion/Q&A on three interrelated topics critical to the future of Rockland County.

  • Economic Development
  • Education and the Workforce
  • Land Use – Trends in Development

May 14, 2014
8:00 – 10:00 am

Admission: $10.00

St. Thomas Aquinas College – Romano Center
125 Route 340 – Sparkill, NY

Our panel of distinguished presenters includes:

The Honorable Ed Day
Rockland County Executive

Michael DiTullo
President, CEO – Rockland Economic Development Corporation

Charlene Jordan, Ed.D.
Assistant Superintendent for Educational Services – Rockland BOCES

Arlene Miller
Deputy Commissioner – Rockland County Planning Department

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Leadership Rockland Application Deadline Extended to April 25, 2014

Leadership Rockland, Inc. is accepting applications for the next Class of 2015 which runs from September, 2014 through June, 2015.

Deadline for submitting applications is April 25, 2014. Applications are available online at www.leadershiprockland.org/how-to-apply.

Leadership Rockland offers existing and emerging leaders an educational experience focused on the infrastructure of Rockland County, New York – presented by leaders in government, business and non-profit sectors.

The program, which consists of 11 daylong sessions over a 10-month period, engages and challenges its participants to examine issues and seek solutions. Topics include Leadership Skills; Historical Rockland; Environment; Multicultural Communities; Education & Developing Human Capital; Economic Development; Criminal Justice & Public Safety; Healthcare & Emergency Services; Art, Culture, Media and Communications; Politics & Public Policy; and Making an Impact.

Acceptance into the class is competitive. The $1,100 tuition for the ten seminar classes includes all materials, a continental breakfast and lunch, bus transportation when necessary. Please contact the Program Administrator at 845.598.7006 for information on scholarship opportunities.

“Our goal is to attract and nurture exceptional leaders and to provide opportunities and structure for a continuum of professional development activity which will enhance their knowledge of Rockland County” said Jan Degenshein, Chairman of the Leadership Rockland Board of Directors.

The Leadership Rockland program is a valued resource for and in our community.

About Leadership Rockland, Inc.
Leadership Rockland offers existing and emerging leaders an educational experience focused on the infrastructure of Rockland County, New York – presented by leaders in government, business and non-profit sectors. With 600 graduates over a 25-year span, the program consists of 11 daylong sessions over a 10-month period, and engages and challenges its participants to examine issues and seek solutions. To learn more or to apply, visit www.leadershiprockland.org.

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