Stratford, N.J. – Each day, volunteers of all ages donate their time and talents to Kennedy Health, bettering our local communities. Kristin Monckdon, a Sicklerville resident and recent graduate of Timber Creek High School there, was recently recognized for her dedication to Kennedy’s mission with a scholarship toward her college education. Ms. Monckdon has been a junior volunteer with the Guest Services Department of Kennedy University Hospital in Stratford for the past three years.
“We are so grateful for all of our volunteers,” said Michelle Gollapalli, Kennedy’s VP of Development and Executive Director of the Kennedy Health Care Foundation. “On behalf of Kennedy’s executive team, we are proud to honor these two very special junior volunteers – their efforts have not gone unnoticed.”
This fall, Ms. Monckdon will study biology at Rutgers University – Camden. She is working toward a career in physical therapy or pharmaceuticals.
Shown, left to right, are: Kelly Hageman, Kennedy Corporate Manager of Development; Michelle Gollapalli; Kristin Monckdon; Jeannette Torissi, President of the Laurel Auxiliary; and Bob Aulicino, Kennedy’s Chief Administrative Officer – Stratford.