The Rowan College Foundation at Gloucester County will celebrate its annual Gala, in partnership with Rowan College of South Jersey (RCSJ), on Friday, April 29 from 6–10 p.m. at the Estate at Monroe in Williamstown, N.J. This year, RCSJ will recognize Inspira President and CEO, Amy Mansue, as “Person of the Year." Mansue's commitment to building and enhancing local partnerships between the medical community and educational institutions like RCSJ has made a significant impact in the South Jersey region.
A graduate of The University of Alabama with undergraduate and graduate degrees in social work, Mansue has held executive positions throughout her career, from Senior Vice President of Strategic Development to Chief Experience Officer of RWJBarnabas Health. A proven leader, Mansue is an asset to the South Jersey medical community, and RCSJ is proud to partner with Inspira under her leadership.
This April's Gala marks another year of promoting student achievement through scholarships for deserving students in need of financial assistance. Through fundraising events such as the Gala, the Foundation has generated more than one million dollars for student scholarships by bringing together area business leaders, dignitaries, College alumni, faculty, students and staff to financially assist RCSJ scholars. During the past year, the Foundation awarded more than $350,000 in scholarships to eligible students.
The public is encouraged to attend “The Gatsby Gala" for an evening of camaraderie, fine dining, dancing, and entertainment featuring a live performance by The Bachelor Boys Band – all while supporting the worthy cause of student scholarships and honoring a respected community leader. Tickets are $150 a person and can be purchased online at RCSJ.edu/gc/Gala. For more information, call 856-681-6242 or email [email protected].
Rowan College of South Jersey's Gloucester Foundation is located on Tanyard Road in Deptford, just off Exit 56 of Route 55.