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September 18, 2019Cart

Business

by Westchester County Business Journal
by WCBJ

Mercy’s scholarship dinner

From left:  William M. Mooney Jr., Westchester County Association; Marsha Gordon, The Business Council of Westchester; Cynthia A. Rubino; Joan Mooney; William M. Mooney III, Signature Bank; and Kevin Plunkett, Simone Development Cos.

Mercy College recently held its 37th annual Trustees’ Scholarship Dinner at Glen Island Harbour Club in New Rochelle. 

The college honored Joseph P. Carlucci, vice chairman of its board of trustees and a partner at Cuddy & Feder LLP, with the Community Leadership Award. 

Johnson & Johnson received the Community Partnership Award.

Cynthia A. Rubino, president and CEO of YMCA of Central and Northern Westchester, who was a 1982 graduate of Mercy, received the Alumni Achievement Award. A student in the class of 2018, Nicoll Baez, was honored with the inaugural award for student achievement. 

An assistant professor at Mercy, Gary Bernstein, who formerly was vice president of finance at IBM, received the Lifetime Achievement Award.