The Young Professionals Committee was created for Huntington Township Chamber members between the ages of 21 and 35 from business, not-for-profit and government industries.
Woodbury, NY - May 14, 2018 - Huntington Town Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci recognized 30 young professionals at the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce’s 10th Annual “Celebrate Long Island’s Young Professionals” event at Crest Hollow Country Club on May 2.
Supervisor Lupinacci honored 30 young professionals under the age of 30 for the impact they have in their communities and industries. He also honored Jennifer Cassidy for receiving the “Scott Martella Alumni Award,” recognition given to a past honoree for strengthening their bond with the local community.
“I want to thank Jennifer Cassidy for her dedication to the Huntington community,” said Supervisor Lupinacci, continuing: “Through the various roles she has taken on with the Chamber, now serving on its Executive Board, as Treasurer and Co-Chair for both the Young Professionals committee and the Women in Business committee, as Co-Founder and Treasurer of the MaryJayne Casillo Foundation for Cancer Research and Awareness, her involvement with Leadership Huntington and the Huntington Library Foundation, she has had a tremendous impact on our local community, and in Suffolk County in her role as a member of the County Legislature’s Next Generation Advisory Council.”
Supervisor Lupinacci also acknowledged Scott Martella’s family who were in attendance that evening.
The Young Professionals Committee was created for Huntington Township Chamber members between the ages of 21 and 35 from business, not-for-profit and government industries. Young, influential people come together to share their experiences, utilize each other's resources, generate business and build their careers.