Please plan to join us on Wednesday, June 9th, 2021 as we celebrate our Women of Achievement, our Service Woman of the Year and our scholarship recipients from high schools around Rockland as well as a graduate of Rockland Community College and BOCES. More details coming soon.
Kelly Campbell will be recognized for her work as an Agency Transformation Consultant. Campbell was a board member of Rockland’s Workforce Development Board as the former owner of the cause marketing agency Liqui-Site Designs Inc. Through that firm, Kelly mentored young professionals in the Rockland County community, and the firm served to enhance the resources of Rockland County not-for-profits for 14 years. Campbell received the Rockland Economic Development Corporation’s Forty under Forty award in 2012 and has been actively involved with Soup Angels Soup Kitchen in Nyack. In addition to coaching creative and technology leaders across the country, she has been a digital consultant to Facebook and NASA. She is currently writing her first book on the awakening process that many leaders experience as they discover their life's purpose.
Kenyatta Jones-Arietta will be recognized for the growth of her real estate company, as well as her community service activities. R2M Realty. Inc. (Ready to Move) was established in 2014 and gives 3% of their home sale commissions to their buyers' and sellers' selected local charity of choice. Jones-Arietta is a recipient of the Rockland Economic Development Corps’ Forty Under Forty (2011), a graduate of Leadership Rockland (2015-16), past president of the South Orangetown Rotary (2015-16) and currently sits on the board of directors for The Nyack Center. Jones-Arietta is known for her customer service and mentoring support of other professionals in the real estate industry and is a true role model for women looking to grow their business while giving back to their community.
Kathleen Cuneo Ph.D. will be recognized for her outstanding support of the RBWN mission over the past several years. Cuneo, Vice President of Membership, provides outstanding support to increase membership and retain existing members. She also Chairs the RBWN Scholarship Committee which reviews up to 60 scholarship applications each year to choose students to receive the $1,000 scholarships provided by RBWN.