Colleen West Named President of The Rollstone Foundation
SAYVILLE, NY — The Rollstone Foundation has announced that Colleen West has been named President of the organization. Ms. West is also the President and Founder of Enright Court Reporting, a provider of court reporting, legal transcription and video deposition services based in Sayville, New York, and President of Enright Sten-Tel, providing medical transcription to healthcare providers.
Ms. West also serves on the Board of United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) of Suffolk County,and served as its President from 2009 to 2011. She has been honored several times for her philanthropic efforts and business achievements. In 2009, she was honored at the UCP of Suffolk’s annual Dinner Gala and was named “Woman of the Year” by Times-Beacon Record Newspapers. She was also inducted into Long Island Business News’ Hall of Fame for being named one of the Top 50 Women in Business three times.
She is a graduate of the Long Island Business Institute and the Dale Carnegie Institute, where she served as a Graduate Assistant. She also graduated from the Energeia Partnership — The Academy for Regional Stewardship at Molloy College, of which she is now a member.
The Rollstone Foundation awards monetary grants to prospective parents who are willing to open their hearts and homes to a special-needs child but do not have the financial means to do so. These special-needs children come from other parts of the world.
“I am pleased to become president of this amazing organization,” Ms. West said. “The Rollstone Foundation does wonderful work assisting families who would like to adopt special-needs children from other countries, where they struggle to receive the healthcare they need to survive. One child at a time, Rollstone is making an enormous impact in the lives of children and their adopting families. I look forward to working with our dedicated Board Members in bringing awareness to Rollstone’s mission.”
For more information, visit www.rollstone.us.