Thank you to all our volunteers!
It’s National Volunteer Week, and this year the value and importance of those who give of their time to help others has an added resonance as the world suffers from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. From those on the front lines, to those helping their local communities, recognizing the work of volunteers is perhaps more important than ever.
As part of National Volunteer Week, the West Windsor Arts Council is also honoring five very dedicated individuals who went above and beyond in service this past year, awarding them the Volunteers of the Year award. Chris Mittendorf of Plainsboro and Maureen Connolly-Hersh of West Windsor are recognized for their high-level commitment to both the arts and to the community. High school students Zia Ostawal, Julia Kundu and Anika Kapoor are recognized for the hours they have given to the Arts Council and for their steadfast readiness to help.
Chris Mittendorf and Family
Maureen Connolly-Hersh and Family
Over 120 dedicated and energetic individuals make up the volunteer roles at the West Windsor Arts Council. These folks share their time and skills in service of transforming the world around us through the arts. WWAC volunteers help in many ways from organizing and running exhibitions, to event support, fundraising, serving on advisory committees, and by providing leadership through board membership. Day in and day out, each individual’s contributions are greatly appreciated and valued.
Sreya None Jonnalagadda
Ruth Kusner Potts
Rashad Malik Davis
Ann Marie Miller
Shefali Shah Chong
Sai Pranav Theerthala
West Windsor Arts Center sends a sincere thank you to Chris Mittendorf, Maureen Connolly-Hersh, Zia Ostawal, Julia Kundu, Anika Kapoor, and all our volunteers for sharing their talents with West Windsor Arts Council and welcomes members of the community to join this vital team. For more information, visit www.westwindsorarts.org/volunteer.
The West Windsor Arts Council was established as an IRS designated 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization in 2002. The WWAC is not affiliated with any local, county, or state governmental agency. It has an independent volunteer board of trustees, and is registered as a charity with the State of New Jersey.