Angela Agnello has been selected as a receiver of the Long Island Business Information (LIBN) Top 50 Gals in Enterprise Class of 2021 Award. Each individual year, the LIBN Leading 50 Women of all ages in Small business system recognizes the Island’s prime women professionals for company acumen, mentoring and community involvement. This award honors the most influential gals in business, federal government and the not-for-gain discipline.
Agnello joined the College Scholar Association (FSA) at Stony Brook University in 2000 and was lately promoted to Senior Director of Promoting and Communications. As a leader in advertising and communications, Agnello has about 30 years of working experience in the two the greater instruction and healthcare industries. She has been a job product for the lots of pupils that she hires and normally takes under her wing, to assist them build their resume and build skilled skills.
“The LIBN award is a prestigious award and we are lucky to have someone with such talent and perseverance to improving the scholar lifetime working experience on campus,“ said Van Sullivan, FSA Govt Director. “She has a reward where by someone will arrive to her with an thought or challenge they would like to resolve and she is capable to acquire and execute it to make their goals occur correct in a way that is considerably beyond what they imagined. She ‘thinks big’ and it has aided so a lot of college students and departments on campus.”
Agnello is passionate about empowering students to make a big difference in the lives of other individuals which is why she has helped so several on campus groups such as Venture Sunshine, College students for Humanity, Distressed Youngsters and Infants Intercontinental (DCI), the Veteran Learners Organization (VESO) and the Stony Brook Student Nurses’ Affiliation (SBSNA) and the Environmental Club.
She is the recipient of around a dozen awards from Stony Brook College, several of which are for variety and inclusion courses that she created with cultural teams and celebrity cooks these types of as Kwame Onwuachi, Kelvin Fernandez, Aarti Sequeira and Lois Ellen Frank.
Agnello received the Workplace of Multicultural Affairs Partnership Award for her fantastic assistance and contributions to the quality of university student daily life on the Stony Brook campus in partnership with the Business office of the Dean of Learners, the Black Historical past Thirty day period Far Past Award which recognizes a personnel member’s excellent functionality and contributions to the college students of Stony Brook University by demonstrating the core values of learning and encouraging with student good results, excellence, integrity, variety and local community, and the 30th Once-a-year Hispanic Heritage Thirty day period Faculty/Team award and 32nd Annual Hispanic Heritage Month Las Madrinas award in recognition of her contribution to the high quality of life and academic growth and growth of Latino college students at Stony Brook University.
Agnello also been given the Edwin R. Golden Award, a nationwide award for inclusive excellence from the Nationwide Association of College or university Auxiliary Expert services, which recognizes superb campus management, activities and/or systems that market cultural consciousness and inclusion. This award was the fruits of all of the fascinating collaborative applications, solutions, learning experiences, and prospects that she created to rejoice variety and endorse greater inclusion for all associates of the Stony Brook College campus.
“I cannot believe of a individual more deserving of the Prime 50 Ladies in Small business Award. Angela Agnello has excelled at her job, elevated a family, supplied her time and abilities to support charitable corporations and aid underserved teams, and she often finds time to mentor learners. She is an influential woman in the two the business enterprise and nonprofit discipline and uses her abilities to assistance some others,” said Dawn Villacci, FSA Director of West Campus Eating.