Stephanie Green Awarded the Eleanor Roosevelt Distinguished Service Award

Eleanor Roosevelt Distiguished Service Award 2012

Eleanor Roosevelt Distinguished Service Award 2012

In a ceremony on May 17, 2012, Stephanie Green of Green Brook, NJ was honored with the 2012 Eleanor Roosevelt Distinguished Service Award by the Somerset County Federation of Democratic Women. Melonie Marano, president, presented Stephanie with the award. Michelle Huresky, also of Green Brook, introduced Stephanie and spoke of her many contributions to the community.

Stephanie Green’s mantra is, “Don’t complain or criticize unless you are willing to be part of the solution; get involved and help make the change you seek.” True to her word, Stephanie has been a member of, and volunteered with, many organizations including the Jaycees, Rotary International and charities such as Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.

Stephanie moved to Green Brook in 2000, and became active in the Green Brook Democrats two years later. She has volunteered time, effort, energy, and resources to host fundraisers, and to plan, promote and attend events for both Green Brook and Somerset County Democrats.

Since 2005 Stephanie has been a member of the Green Brook Board of Education. She also serves as a Trustee of Temple Har Shalom in Warren, NJ and is an incoming member of its Executive Board. This experience has served to underscore the importance of governance in good times and, during these last few years, in times of economic uncertainty and crisis.

Stephanie has a B.S. from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an M.B.A. from Saint Louis University and enjoys her career in Information Technology. Her proudest accomplishments are her three sons ages 17, 13, and 9, It is for them that she continues to work to make a difference and shape the communities within which we all live.

Check out photos from the evening.

Stephanie Green 2012

Melonie Marano honors Stephanie Green, 2012 Eleanor Roosevelt Distinguished Service Award Recipient

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