Friday, October 5, 2018

SAGE Adds New Board Directors

SAGE the nation’s largest LGBT elders advocacy org has welcomed Dawn Fischer, Carlene Jadusingh (CJ) & Myron Sulzberger (“Mickey”) Rolfe to its national Board of Directors. Michael Adams SAGE CEO stated, “With tremendous ongoing growth both in New York City & around the country, SAGE is reaching more LGBT older people than ever before. We welcome Dawn back to the board & the addition of CJ & Mickey, takes our Board of Directors to the next level. The knowledge & expertise offered by these board members make them true assets for the next phase of SAGE’s work.” Dawn Fischer is a registered nurse who has worked in the HIV Unit at Sherman Oaks Hospital in Los Angeles, the Intensive Care Unit at NYU, The Wellington Hospital in London & The New York Organ Donor Network. Dawn lives in Brooklyn with her wife of 24 years, Stacey Friedman & their two children. Carlene Jadusingh (CJ) is an attorney at the Law Office of Carlene Jadusingh in New York, specializing in general civil litigation as well as immigration law. Jadusingh is the former president of the LGBT Bar Association of Greater New York (LeGaL). Jadusingh added, "We are all getting older, so let us work together to make our world feel less threatening, less lonely, safer & more inclusive for our LGBT elders.” Myron Sulzberger Rolfe is president and founder of the Rolfe Company Inc., the theatrical design representation firm in New York City & a former four-term chairman of the board of directors at the Gay Men’s Health Crisis. Rolfe concluded, “After several years of philanthropic work & Board service I’m delighted to become a member of the SAGE USA family… We’re at a fascinating time in LGBT history, one that is being defined right as we live it.”
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