Cranford, NJ – The Union County College Foundation is excited to welcome five members to its board. The newly elected trustees are:
- Adam Bell, of Short Hills, is President of The Rotuba Extruders, Inc. and Pen Company of America which is based in Linden.
- Azariah Clifton, of Bloomfield, currently serves as Community Relations Coordinator for Infineum based in Linden.
- Stephanie Forrest, who is from Summit, is the Government Affairs Officer for South Jersey Industries based in Union.
- Carmen Rivera, of Clark, is the Vice President Business & Community Development Officer at Spencer Savings Bank in Elizabeth.
- Barry Rossen, who is from Westfield, serves as Executive Vice President of Hansome Energy Systems in Linden.
The Union County College Foundation’s Mission is to cultivate resources in support of Union College of Union County, NJ students to accelerate the pace of their educational success. Foundation funds provide vital scholarships and innovative programs as well as equipment to enhance opportunities and experiences for Union students.
“The Foundation is happy to welcome these five generous community leaders to its Board. Each new member brings their unique business and industry expertise coupled with the desire to make a positive impact on the greater Union County region. With their help, we hope to expand our ability to support the students at Union College of Union County, New Jersey,” said Foundation Executive Director Doug Rouse.
If you are interested in learning more about how you change the lives of Union students, email Doug Rouse at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (908) 709-7113. To learn more about the Union County College Foundation go to www.ucc.edu/union-county-college-foundation.