The College of Westchester Charitable Foundation
13th Annual Scholar Recognition Event Thursday May 19, 2022
A Message from the Co-Presidents Dear Friends, Congratulations! What an honor to be named a CWCF Scholarship recipient. Clearly you are all hardworking, determined individuals and should be very proud of this accomplishment. We only wish we had the opportunity to celebrate with you in person, but we’ve all had to pivot these last couple of years. While we are saddened by the fact we didn’t get to meet you and your family in person, all that truly matters is that you and yours are safe and healthy. We wish you much continued success and happiness in all you do.
Ted Miller Co-President, CWCF Board
Marissa Weidner Co-President, CWCF Board
About Ted Miller: Education has played such an important role in my life that it makes it difficult for me to contain my passion about it, and I am so proud to be Co-President of the CWCF Board. My parents grew up in the Great Depression, and they were the first in their families to graduate from college. My mom earned her Ph.D. and was a college professor at a time when that was almost unheard of. My dad, who sold newspapers on the street corner at age five, went on to become a Patent Attorney and Vice President of a large corporation after earning multiple degrees from prestigious institutions. Clearly, education totally changed both their circumstances and life paths, and in turn, did the same for those of myself and my sister, and then subsequently for our own children... the reverberation is limitless. Education inherently has a wonderful and profound multigenerational effect; our students, who are harnessing the power of education in order to improve their own lives—some of whom are the first in their own families to attend college – are indeed doing the same for generations to come. About Marissa Weidner: For me, my role as Co-President of the CWCF Board is extremely personal. I am thrilled to be in a position to support the amazing students of CW. I know how bright their future is as I am an alum and my career has far exceeded any expectation I had prior to attending the school! As a student, I learned what was possible, I was enabled to succeed, and the direction of my life was forever changed. For these reasons, I value the opportunity to stay involved, to help students realize their potential and I feel privileged to represent not only the CWCF Board but also the amazing students that are so deserving of your scholarship dollars. These students have the drive to succeed and your support is invaluable to them! So, congratulations to all of our deserving scholars! We wish them much continued success and happiness.
On Behalf of The CW Charitable Foundation Board of Trustees
Congratulations Scholarship Recipients Thank you also to our Sponsors, Donors, and Participants for your ongoing dedication and support to our students. Ted Miller, Co-president Marissa Weidner, Co-president Mary Magdalene O. Anyansi, Trustee Annette Casserly, Trustee Mary Beth Del Balzo, Trustee Dan Lansen, Trustee
Dr. Jen Ratner, Trustee Dr. Shamva Wright-Shingler, Trustee Karen Smith, Vice President Nancy Trim, Trustee Frank Williams, Jr., Trustee
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Meet the Emcee Ted S. Miller Datakey Consulting, Founder & President
Ted Miller is the Founder & President of DataKey Consulting, a growth accelerator firm that specializes in taking organizations and their management teams to the next level. Over the past ten years, DataKey has completed close to a thousand engagements, across hundreds of companies. DataKey takes pride in their 90% client re-engagement rate. “Our entire focus is on providing tangible output and building enterprise value. We absolutely love what we do, the fact that our clients return to us is just so fulfilling.” Says Company Founder and CEO Ted Miller. Prior to founding Datakey, Ted held Executive positions at Billion Dollar Hi-Tech International Companies Axcelis and Teradyne. Ted held instrumental roles in accelerating growth, strategic planning, and building world-class customer service organizations. Ted has a voracious appetite for learning, earning multiple degrees from Tufts University, Boston University School of Management, and completing post graduate studies with a three year intensive management program affiliated with MIT Sloan. Ted sits on several Boards, including the Business Council of Westchester, comprised of 1,000 companies. He enjoys running, swimming, skiing, and spending time with family and three rescue dogs.
HUGE SHOUT OUT to all of the absolutely amazing College of Westchester Scholarship award recipients. All of us at DataKey Consulting are inspired by your achievements and we know you are well on your way towards your life goals. Go get ‘em!!
Corporate Honoree Marissa M. Weidner Webster Bank Chief Corporate Responsibility Officer Marissa Weidner serves as Chief Corporate Responsibility Officer for Webster Bank. In her role, Ms. Weidner is responsible for the oversight and execution of a $6.5 billion Community Investment Strategy. Her responsibilities include oversight of all community-facing activities across the company, including Supplier Diversity; Community Reinvestment and Fair and Responsible Banking; Community Engagement and Philanthropy; Government Relations and Public Affairs; and Environmental, Social and Governance efforts. In addition, Ms. Weidner is responsible for the oversight of Webster’s Business Resource Groups’ focus on community partnerships, volunteerism and charitable giving. Prior to her current role, Ms. Weidner served as Chief Human Resources Officer for Sterling National Bank where she was responsible for developing and executing human resource strategy in support of the overall business plan and strategic direction of the organization. Originating and leading HR practices and objectives to create an employee-oriented, high-performance culture, Ms. Weidner identified and drove organizational change initiatives designed to significantly increase and maintain colleague engagement. Ms. Weidner is a dynamic, forward-thinking and results-driven professional named a Woman of Impact by the NY Business Journal, was recognized by the Business Council of Westchester as a Rising Star under 40, and is a recipient of the College of Westchester’s Alumni of the year award. At Sterling National Bank, Ms. Weidner took a leadership role in enabling women to achieve their full potential with the creation of a Sterling Mentors program to encourage and assist high-potential colleagues in growing their careers and she also served as Chair of the bank’s Extraordinary Women of Sterling initiative. Ms. Weidner co-led the cultural integrations of Sterling National Bank and Astoria Bank, and also Sterling National Bank and Webster Bank, as they moved through their mergers and led the combined organizations through culture-shaping initiatives. At the WCA, her efforts led to the groundbreaking “Rethinking Westchester” conference that helped set the BLUEPRINT’s course of action. She organized City Showcases to market the county’s cities, and initiated the BLUEPRINT’s Work. Live. Play. initiative to attract and retain young professionals in the county. Ms. Weidner serves as Co-President on the Board of Directors for the College of Westchester’s Charitable Foundation and is also serving on the Junior Achievement of Greater Fairfield County’s Board of Directors. She has previously served on the boards of Volunteer New York, the United Way of Westchester and Putnam, the Westchester/Putnam Workforce Investment Board, the Advisory Board of Fordham’s School of Professional and Continuing Studies, and the Leadership Advisory Council of the YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester. Weidner lives in Sandy Hook, CT with her family and their three dogs.
Marissa Weidner 2022 Corporate Honoree College of Westchester Charitable Foundation
Chief Corporate Responsibility Officer
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Lifetime Achievement Honoree
Kenneth R. Theobalds RiverRun Partners, LLC President & Managing Partner
Kenneth R. Theobalds has decades of experience in public affairs previously, as Vice President for Government and Regulatory Affairs at Entergy with responsibility for Entergy Corporations’ regulatory, state and local government relations across the northeast. A former congressional staffer and assistant secretary to the late Governor Mario M. Cuomo, Mr. Theobalds serves on the board of directors of several business organizations including the Business Council of Westchester, The Westchester County Association, and the Minority Business Development Institute. He is past chairman of the African American Chamber of Commerce of Westchester and Rockland, Inc., and currently serves on the Board of Trustees of New York Medical College and is Chairman of the New York State Insurance Fund. His accomplishments and work in corporate philanthropy have been recognized by numerous organizations including the New York Urban League, the American Red Cross, the NAACP, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Westchester, the African American Men of Westchester, the Westchester County Association, the County Board of Legislators, the U.S. Congress, the National Association of Securities Professionals Foundation, and many others. His professional associations have included, the New York Building Congress, the League of Conservation Voters, the Independent Power Producers of NY, the Conference Board, the Public Affairs Council, and the Partnership for New York City. Mr. Theobalds is a graduate of Cornell University, the Entergy Executive Program and holds a certificate from the Center for Creative Leadership’s Advanced Management Program.
Doris Metzger Miller Datakey Scholarship The 2022 recipient of the Doris Metzger Miller Datakey Scholarship is Sindya Laroche. Sindya is pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration in Health Services Administration.
Sindya Laroche In Loving Memory
Doris Metzger Miller
“Like everything else in life, making the decision to take steps to a better life is always a hard one. Making that decision at 41 years old is even harder. I often worry about how I can keep up, but being a single mom of a now 17-year-old that I am pushing to go to school and get his degree will allow me to show my son with hard work and the mentality, doors will open and things will work out even if you can’t see how it will do so.”
Datakey Consulting, founded by Ted Miller in 2004, recently established this scholarship in honor of Ted Miller’s mom, Doris Metzger Miller. Doris was a remarkable, colorful, and extremely bright woman who grew up quite poor during the Great Depression in Rochester, NY. With her passing, Ted has had many moments of reflection and gratitude for the strong foundation she has given him. Ted feels her greatest contribution as an individual was her encouragement of others, especially women, to believe in themselves enough to further their pursuits in education. Doris had an insatiable desire to learn and she continued to learn well after achieving her Ph.D. She was a college professor, a published researcher, and an instructional designer. When Ted opened his company in 2004, she was instrumental in creating the company name, DataKey. She firmly believed individuals should have the freedom to exercise their intellectual curiosity. Ted believes that it is because of his mother that education has played a key role in his life. The right recipient for this award should possess the same passion for learning, education and growth.
Alumni Scholarship The 2022 recipient of the Alumni Scholarship is Nicole Filder. Nicole is pursuing a Bachelor in Business Administration. “As a returning adult learner in CW’s adult program, I am growing and networking with so many brilliant people. This growth will ultimately lead me to accomplish two very important goals: 1) graduate with my BBA in Business Administration, and 2) obtain a managerial role with my current employer. I know that investing in my education will make me a better, smarter and more confident person; one that will make a difference in this world and bring value to anything I touch.”
The Alumni Association Scholarship was created by one of the college’s Alum who wanted a way to pay it forward and help current students of The College of Westchester realize their dreams of obtaining a college education. This scholarship is awarded every year to a current student with at least 15 credits and a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. In addition to strong academic accomplishments, scholarship recipients are selected based on involvement in leadership and community service activities, and demonstrated financial need.
On behalf of Audiology Associates, congratulations CWCF Scholars. Keep reaching for the stars! And special congratulations to Honorees Ken Theobalds and Marissa Weidner!
John Nunes Technology Scholarship The 2022 recipient of the John Nunes Technology Scholarship is Pierre Bellevue. Pierre is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.
In Loving Memory
“It’s been three years since I moved to America and now, I am about to graduate next year in Information Technology with a bachelor degree. I am so proud of myself for this accomplishment. I believe that my education, experience, hard work and my goals fits nicely for this scholarship. I need to do more work because I am not yet there but having this scholarship will positively affect my emotions and I am certain that it will make a significant contribution to my continuing education.”
John Nunes was a Partner and the Chief Information Officer at Compufit, located in White Plains NY. John was a passionate technologist and an incredibly compassionate soul. In April 2019, John tragically passed away, but his memory lives on for all who knew him. To honor John’s legacy, Compufit has established The John Nunes Technology Scholarship to provide financial assistance to a College of Westchester student who is interested in pursuing a career in IT. John spent his life and career supporting people and would be honored to know that a student is now being supported in his name.
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Mayor Joe Delfino Scholarship The 2022 recipient of the Mayor Joe Delfino Scholarship is Shamar Lloyd. Shamar is pursuing an Associate Degree in Medical Assistant Management “My mother always told me that education was key, that it would better my life in the future and the future of my children. Applying for this scholarship is just another way of showing my determination and dedication to my future, and I know my mother would be proud because I am putting in the work to improve my life.”
This award was created in 2009 to honor friend to CW, former Mayor Joseph Delfino for his fine work and tremendous support of the college. Education for today’s youth has always been a passion of Mayor Delfino’s: “I am all about the kids, about education, taking care of the younger members of our community.” Since CW and former Mayor Delfino have a long, collaborative relationship that goes back more than 30 years, it seemed fitting that an award be created in his honor and is granted annually. The successful recipient must be a White Plains High School student currently attending CW, and most importantly, they must embody Mayor Joe’s spirit of giving.
Shamar Lloyd In Honor Of
Mayor Joe Delfino
Congratulations Scholarship Recipients
Jeanne Sutkowski Scholarship The 2022 recipient of the Jeanne Sutkowski Scholarship is Ashley Borum. Ashley is pursuing an Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Administration.
Ashley Borum In Loving Memory
“If you told me two years ago I would be back in school, I wouldn’t have believed you. When I spoke to my aunt about going back to school, my biggest concern was the financial aspect. However, I’m glad it didn’t derail me. This scholarship will push me more to finish, and I will be able to show my kids that anything is possible. Showing my children it’s never too late will be my biggest accomplishment.”
The College of Westchester Charitable Foundation Board established the Jeanne Sutkowski Scholarship in loving memory of a caring, devoted and hard-working wife and mother who cared for all around her. Jeanne was the wife of CW Chairman Emeritus Ernest H. Sutkowski and mother to President & CEO, Mary Beth Del Balzo; Vice President of Marketing and Media Resources, Nancy Trim and Vice Chair of the CW Board, Karen Smith. Jeanne was also mother to Joe Sutkowski and Jennifer Sutkowski. This scholarship will be awarded on an annual basis to an individual who aspires to work in the health care industry and possesses the same compassion for others as Jeanne did. Special thanks to Jeanne Sutkowski’s family and friends for making this scholarship possible.
Congratulations to the CWCF Scholars and Honorees Best Wishes for Continued Success The 2022 CWCF Scholars, and Honorees alike, are inspirational to all who are connected to the CWCF! They serve as examples of achievement and success. We are honored to support you and this event on behalf of Catie’s Cause, a 501c3 public charity that was founded by the parents of Catie Smith. Catie is a CW Graduate. Sadly, Catie lost her life at 20 years old in December of 2020 due to sustained use of Extra Strength Tylenol and its active ingredient, acetaminophen. Catie went into acute liver failure and was unable to receive a liver transplant as her body failed just hours after being placed on the top of the transplant list. According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information, acetaminophen toxicity is the 2nd most common cause of liver transplantation worldwide, and the most common cause of liver transplantation in the US and UK. It leads to 113,000 calls to poison control centers each year, 56,000 emergency room visits, thousands of hospitalizations, and hundreds of deaths. https://www.catiescause.org For Acetaminophen Safety Tips and Wellness Initiatives
Sponsored by Karen, Dale and Stephanie Smith in Memory of Catie
Radford Quesada Networking Scholarship The 2022 recipient of the Radford Quesada Networking Scholarship is Ralph Cesar. Ralph is pursuing an Associate of Applied Science in Computer Network Administration. “I made a promise to myself; I promised myself to make my family proud. On September 13, 2021, I stepped into the world of computer “IT” Information Technology at the College of Westchester because I want to become a coder and a computer technician, but mostly because I want to help them (my family). They were committed early on in my life to doing everything in their power to instill in me a love of learning and an understanding of the importance of hard work and dedication, so I want to return the favor.”
The College of Westchester Charitable Foundation established this scholarship to honor the memory of Radford Quesada who was part of the CW family from 2008 until his untimely passing in 2015. He was a dedicated employee and a wonderful person who always had a smile on his face and a story to tell. As Junior Network Administrator, he interacted with all staff, faculty, administration and students, and he always exemplified The CW Way in everything he did. His genuine personality inspired everyone that we do have time to just be people, to treat each other with kindness, to take a breath and enjoy life. Since he had such a positive impact on all he met during his service to CW, it was only fitting that a scholarship be named after him. The recipient for this award should possess the same passion for life, happiness and success.
Ralph Cesar In Loving Memory
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Chyanne Landell is pursuing her BBA in Health Services Administration and currently holds a 3.89 GPA. She is the President of the Allied Health Club and works as a tutor in the Learning Center. Chyanne’s dedication to her academic studies and leadership abilities make her an excellent candidate for The Webster Bank Scholarship.
Webster is a leading commercial bank that delivers financial solutions to businesses, individuals, families and partners. With more than $60 billion in assets, we offer digital and traditional service delivery through our differentiated lines of business: Commercial Banking, Consumer Banking and HSA Bank, one of the country’s largest providers of employee benefits solutions.
Kenneth R. Theobalds Scholarship The 2022 recipient of the Kenneth R. Theobalds Scholarship is Mehki Douglas. Mehki is pursuing an Bachelor of Science in Interactive Digital Media and Marketing. Mehki was selected for this award because he really stepped up as the first ever leader of the Gaming Club. In this role, he has been incredibly dedicated, flexible, welcoming and responsible. He has also stepped up as a student leader outside of his club role in other ways, making him truly deserving of this award.
Mehki Douglas Kenneth R. Theobalds is the President and Managing Partner of RiverRun Partners, LLC a Government Affairs and business consulting firm. Mr. Theobalds has decades of experience in public affairs previously, as Vice President for Government and Regulatory Affairs at Entergy with responsibility for Entergy Corporations’ regulatory, state and local government relations across the northeast. A former congressional staffer and assistant secretary to the late Governor Mario M. Cuomo, Mr. Theobalds serves on the board of directors of several business organizations including the Business Council of Westchester, The Westchester County Association, and the Minority Business Development Institute. He is past chairman of the African American Chamber of Commerce of Westchester and Rockland, Inc., and currently serves on the Board of Trustees of New York Medical College and is Chairman of the New York State Insurance Fund.
In Honor Of
Kenneth R. Theobalds
Dr. William R. Papallo Scholarship The 2022 recipient of the Dr. William R. Papallo Scholarship is Lizbeth Coronel. Lizbeth is pursuing an Associate of Applied Science in Business Administration Marketing/Management.
“As I’ve been able to continue my path of education, I have had to take more responsibility and take my first steps into the real world. I have to work at my job which takes up most of my time and it’s been a bit tough especially because school is very important to me. But my job is also very important to me and the opportunities that a degree could give you can be life changing. This scholarship is giving me the chance to succeed and advance in the two things that are most important to me.”
In Loving Memory
Dr. William R. Papallo
The CWCF Board established this scholarship to honor the memory of Dr. William R. Papallo who served as CW President from 1992 to 1997 and then served on the CW Board, ultimately as Chairman. Dr. Papallo was devoted to CW students, staff, and faculty. He believed in the power of education and devoted his life to helping others. The recipient for this annually granted scholarship must exhibit academic excellence and the same passion for learning and leadership qualities as Dr. Papallo.
CWCF Shining Star Scholarship The CWCF Board established this award for students who have a true passion for success and going above and beyond. Recipients of this award display intelligence, determination and creativity, all of which are assets in achieving personal and professional goals. Karla Dipillo is pursuing an Associate of Applied Science in Medical Assistant Management.
“When I came to this country to pursue a better education, I found myself with a bombshell after discovering the monetary worth of my future education will cost me. My first thoughts were to say no, close the door to my education and find another passion that does not involve putting myself in debt. However, pursuing a career in the medical field has been one of my dreams since I was 12 years old, and I was not going to let the lack of money stop me from accomplishing my goals. Receiving a scholarship could make my college experience, one of the best experiences I have ever had. I will not be only involved with getting my education, but I will be giving myself the chance to create memories, meet new people and even finding a new passion.”
Timothy Graham is pursuing an Associate of Applied Science in Computer Network Administration. “It has been two and a half years since I started at The College of Westchester. I have been taking about three classes per semester to ensure I don’t overburden myself and have the proper time to focus on my studies. I work hard and apply myself completely in order to do my best work. This scholarship would be beneficial to my educational goals by allowing me to dedicate the time I need to my classwork and my career goals.”
The Cabinet Members of The College of Westchester would like to congratulate this year’s CWCF Scholar Recipients on their fine achievement. We wish you much continued success! We also congratulate Ken Theobalds and Marissa Weidner on their Honoree Recognition – two very deserving individuals! Mary Beth Del Balzo Lou Commisso Matt Curtis Maria Gangi Warren Rosenberg Michael Sandick Dale Smith Nancy Trim Kelly Walsh
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CWCF Shining Star Scholarship The CWCF Board established this award for students who have a true passion for success and going above and beyond. Recipients Cristin Valdez is pursuing an Associate of Applied of this award display determination and creativity, all Science in Medical Assistantintelligence, Management. of which are assets in achieving personal and professional goals. “My parents were never given a shot at having an education. They were never given a shot to show their full potential and make a difference in the world. On the other hand, I always wanted to be someone in life. To show all my potential and to make a difference in the world. I was also afraid of attending college, because of my age and felt I couldn’t make it. But I did well each semesters and kept my GPA higher than 3.0 I realize age is nothing but a number, and dreams do come true no matter how old you may be or how many children you have. So I put in my mind if I could do it you can too!”
Neranyi Roman is pursuing an Bachelor in Business Administration.
“Here at the College of Westchester, I have found some of the most beautiful, brightest, willing-to-share stars who are helping me find my purpose. This scholarship is one more opportunity to become a better person than I was yesterday. I’m proud I have risen to the challenges of college and connected with such an amazing community. I am grateful for all the people who have been willing to share their light, trusting it wouldn’t be simply lost within me. And it hasn’t been. My goal is to complete my B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees. After I do, I plan to brightly shine the light I’ve been given on others and continue becoming my best me.”
The CWCF Board established this award for students who have a true passion for success and going above and beyond. Recipients of this award display intelligence, determination and creativity, all of which are assets in achieving personal and professional goals.
CWCF Shining Star Scholarship Yoanna Reyes is pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting.
“Education has been a big part of my life. My parents always told me that if I want to get somewhere in life, I would have to be very persistent and work really hard toward my goals. My life has had a ton of adversity in it and with this adversity I have gained a ton of experience. Most importantly, I have learned to put my dreams and myself first, no matter what anyone says. In my heart and my mind, I know what this woman should be and that is to be a woman that graduates CW and pursues all her dreams. Hopefully, my mother will understand why I chose this path, as I aim to alter how women within my culture are viewed. I also hope that my actions inspire others.”
Janie Lizbeth Mendez is pursuing an Associate of Applied Science in Medical Assistant Management. “My parents have always been supportive and they tell me every day to follow my dream. That’s what college is for me. It’s the beginning of how my dreams will start to become a reality. I want to work very hard to be successful in life. I want to accomplish my dream of becoming a nurse to help my parents, siblings, and people who need it, even myself. As a child of immigrant parents, I learned to take responsibilities for my family and myself at a very young age. My family, success and leaving a legacy rank among the three most important things in my life. Due to my past, I keep these three vital factors in mind every single day to help myself succeed.”
Janie Lizbeth Mendez
On Behalf of The College of Westchester’s Board of Trustees
Congratulations Scholarship Recipients Thank you also to our Sponsors, Donors, and Participants for your ongoing dedication and support to our students. Ann Conetta Umstead, Chair Karen J. Smith, Vice Chair Mary Beth Del Balzo, Ex-officio Member & President Barbara Boyington, Trustee Sal Corda, Trustee Carol De Grella, Trustee Suzanne Nappi, Trustee Jes Perilla, Trustee Vin Siegfried, Trustee Nancy Trim, Trustee
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Thank You! On behalf of our scholarship recipients, administration, faculty and staff, thank you for supporting and being part of The College of Westchester Charitable Foundation’s 13th Annual Scholar Recognition. It is your generous contributions that help students succeed in their educational goals. The College of Westchester Charitable Foundation was established to generate funds, develop scholarship programs, and to support learning for students with high motivation and desire to succeed; without the help of these funds, these students might not be able to realize their dream of obtaining a valued college education.
A special thank you to all those who have made donations in the past few months and leading up to our 13th annual event. Every donation counts whether large or small and truly makes a difference in the lives of our students.