Mia V. Marsh, a resident of New Main Street in the Village of Haverstraw was recently honored by the Rockland County Economic Development Corporation (REDC) “Forty Under 40 Young Business Leaders Recognition Program” for her work in non-profits and for jump starting the Haverstraw Farmers Market. Mia is currently restoring a beautiful Queen Ann house in the Village, on New Main Street, and is running for local government for a Village Trustee position.
MAKING A POSITIVE MARK ON ROCKLAND COUNTY
Our County’s future leaders are working to achieve great things in their fields as well as finding time to give back to their communities.The Rockland Economic Development Corporation (REDC) honors these individuals. The Forty Under 40 Young Business Leaders Recognition Program features a wonderfully diverse group of very deserving people. They have embraced their own philosophies and pushed their talents and skills to help make the Rockland community a better place to live and work.
Each candidate was nominated by his or her peers, employers, clients and community organizations, based on their dedication and commitment to their jobs and communities. A distinguished committee of individuals who live and work in Rockland County selected 40 recipients from the nominations that were received. The Selection Committee based their decisions on three general areas; professional and entrepreneurial accomplishments, community involvement, and the nominee’s positive impact on the Rockland community.
The Forty Under 40 program was established in 2002, to recognize the bright up-and-coming young members of the Rockland County business community. Young men and women who are taking Rockland forward in an encouraging and responsible direction.