Rosemary DeJulio, PhD (Fordham `07) to receive The Graymoor Sharing Hope Award
Fordham University's dedicated Faculty Adviser, Rosemary DeJulio, PhD (Fordham `07), will be honored, along with her husband Thomas DeJulio, Esq., by the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement with the Graymoor Sharing Hope Award. The 20th Anniversary of the Sharing Hope Celebration Dinner will take place in October, when the award will be presented to the DeJulios. Both Rosemary and Tom have been dedicated to helping children and young adults through their volunteer work with Kiwanis International and their work at Fordham University. Along with her championing of Alpha Sigma Nu at Fordham, Rosemary is also the Assistant to the President of the university. Tom serves as the university's General Counsel as well as serving as President of Kiwanis International. Rosemary has also held leadership positions within Kiwanis and been a dedicated member for the past twenty-five years. For their dedication to service, the DeJulios will receive The Graymoor Sharing Hope Award, a testament to the inspiration they provide and the impact they have on the lives of children and young adults in New York and around the world.
"Kiwanis International is an international organization of volunteers working to improve lives of children at both the individual and community levels, through Service Leadership Programs. The organization, founded in 1915, now serves in over 80 countries and boasts 600,000 members." ~ abridged from www.kiwanisone.org
Thank you, Rosemary, for all you do for Alpha Sigma Nu at Fordham University. Your work with the Society, the university, and Kiwanis all exemplify the pillars of Alpha Sigma Nu - scholarship, loyalty, and service. No one is more deserving of this award. We congratulate you!