Erie Community College Physics Professor Alfred Stelmach and Erie County Sheriff’s Deputy Elizabeth Fildes, program director, WDNY Human Trafficking Task Force and Alliance, were honored at the 15th annual Minnie Gillette-Joan Bozer Recognition Awards luncheon Wednesday, May 5, 2010 in the Statler Dining Room at ECC’s City Campus.
The Gillette-Bozer Award celebrates the compassion, perseverance and dedication to the needs of women and children, as demonstrated by the careers of Gillette and Bozer.
Award winners have demonstrated leadership in activities contributing to the empowerment of women; the ability to persevere in the achievement of goals despite obstacles; the ability to unite people despite differences in race, political orientation or economic status; and the ability to serve as a role model to others.
Stelmach and Fildes are both residents of Hamburg, NY.
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