Three Wise Women: Changing their Local and International Communities

On January 17th, 2017 NOIAW's New York Chapter Honored Three Wise Women. From left to right: Elissa Montanti, Hon. Saliann Scarpulla, and Judith D. Grimaldi  Photo Credit: Bill Higgins

On January 17th, 2017 NOIAW's New York Chapter Honored Three Wise Women. From left to right: Elissa Montanti, Hon. Saliann Scarpulla, and Judith D. Grimaldi Photo Credit: Bill Higgins

It was an evening to remember. On January 17th the National Organization of Italian American Women’s New York Chapter gathered to honor Three Wise Women: Elissa Montanti, Founder and Executive Director of Global Medical Relief Fund, Judith D. Grimaldi, Partner of Grimaldi & Yeung, LLP, and Hon. Saliann Scarpulla, Justice of the Supreme Court, NY County Commercial Division.  ...

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