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Richard Rosenbaum, Greenberg Traurig CEO, Receives the Boys & Girls Club of Mount Vernon Corporate Citizenship Award

NEW YORK — March 25, 2015 — Richard A. Rosenbaum, chief executive officer of the international law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP, is being honored with the Corporate Citizenship Award by the Boys & Girls Club of Mount Vernon. The club serves more than 1,200 youth in a variety of programs, which enable young people—especially those who need it most—to reach their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens.

“I am humbled to receive this honor,” said Rosenbaum. “I deeply admire the work of the Boys & Girls Clubs, and I am so inspired by the dedicated people who work day in and day out to encourage youth to not only succeed academically, but also develop positive values. This organization, its great people, mentors, and facilities, give countless kids a great head start by providing a safe space to learn and grow, all while having fun.”

The Corporate Citizenship Award, will be presented March 25 at The Surf Club in New Rochelle, New York, and honors those who are committed to empowering young people. Also being honored are: Augie DiFeo, president of White Plains Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM with the Distinguished Businessman Award; Earl Tatum, former NBA player with the Notable Alumni Award; Hill Harper, actor, author, and activist with the Humanitarian Award; and Jaron Dobson, named Boys & Girls Club of Mount Vernon Youth of the Year.