Friday, June 5, 2015

Seton Hall to Honor Essex County Natives

South Orange, New Jersey: South Orange's Seton Hall University will honor several Essex County natives and school alumni during a gala this month in Morris County. The "Many Are One" Alumni Awards Gala will be held on Friday, June 12th at the Hanover Marriott in Whippany. The Humanitarian Award will be given to Ingrid Johnson, a Newarker who is the Manager of Patient Access and Bed Management at Atlantic Health's Overlook Medical Center in Union County. Johnson will be honored for her dedication to the Newark and New Jersey Coalitions Against Human Trafficking and the Covenant House in Newark. Service Awards will be presented to Camelia Valdes, who is a Newark native, and Gregory Acquaviva, who is a Bloomfield resident. Valdes is the Passaic County Prosecutor and Acquaviva is the chief of staff for Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno. The event will be hosted by Glenn Schuck of 1010 WINS Radio. To learn more, call Seton Hall University (973) 378-9849.

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