Romano Earns Servant Leader Award
Anthony Romano Receives Student Servant Leader Award
“The greatest among you will be your servant. All who exalt themselves will be humbled, and all who humble themselves will be exalted” (Matthew 23:11-12)
Public Service Month is an annual celebration of Seton Hall's servant leadership mission and commitment to service. This month-long series of programs encourages students to consider careers in the public service, nonprofit and faith based sectors while also giving back to the community through volunteerism. The Student Servant Leader Awards Ceremony, which honors students for their commitment to service, calling to serve, and for the significance of their service experiences, is one of the month’s special events.
Anthony Romano, a Stillman junior, is one of three student servant leader award recipients. Romano is a management major and a resident assistant in Boland Hall. He is involved with the local animal shelter, the Jersey Animal Coalition, and helps to run St. Anne’s Parish annual festival.
Henry Amoroso, J.D., associate professor of legal studies, and president and CEO of Catholic Health and Human Services, provided the ceremony’s keynote address.
For a complete list of award recipients, see below:
Student Servant Leader Award Recipients
- Daniel Foley
- Michael Loeven
- Anthony Romano
Student Servant Leader Honorable Mention
- James Cochran
- Penny DeVito
- Gabriel Rohaidy
Public Service Month Essay Contest Winners
- Anne Touhill
- John Bartolick
For more information please contact:
Kristen Weis Bourgerie