Rochester, N.Y. – Nov. 12, 2015 – The William B. Joslin Award is given to an individual with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities “who has overcome challenges to succeed in their Preferred Source employment choice,” according to the NYSID website. Michelle R., who works at CDS Monarch’s Unistel facility, was nominated for NYSID’s William B. Joslin Outstanding Performer Award. This also coincided with October’s National Disability Employment Awareness Month.
“This is about opportunity and success,” CDS Monarch President/CEO Sankar Sewnauth said. Michelle is just one example of someone who has taken the opportunities available to her and has seen great success. She’s a hard worker, and this nomination is proof of that. We have a great team of hard workers at Unistel, and we’re always pleased to take the opportunity to show them that their hard work does pay off.”
CDS Monarch assists People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Veterans, and Seniors to live and thrive in their communities, by delivering high-quality, personalized life planning and transition support. To learn more about CDS Monarch please visit www.cdsmonarch.org.
Unistel — a subsidiary of CDS Monarch — has been a trusted partner to small and large companies around the world, sub-contracting food and product manufacturing, assembly, sourcing, consolidation, warehousing and logistics. We pride ourselves on
providing over 30 years of expertise, innovation and outstanding customer service. To learn more about Unistel please visit www.unistelindustries.com.