We are pleased to announce that for the second year in a row, Denise Arboleda, VP of Sales at Compulink, has been recognized as one of New York City’s Responsible 100 by City & State.
“Each year, City & State puts a spotlight on 100 exceptional individuals who are quietly putting in the time and effort to help address and overcome these and other challenges – and, fundamentally, to assist their most vulnerable neighbors. These business, government, nonprofit and advocacy leaders, carefully selected from hundreds of nominations, display both the idealism that underpins the belief that change is possible and a realistic understanding of the dedication required to effectuate real and enduring change. In short, this is a group that illustrates what it means to be socially responsible.”
When asked what social responsibility mean to her, Denise had this to say – “Through my work I am faced with challenges that call on me to display social responsibility. At times it may be through our annual internship program we open up for high school students, giving an eye-opening experience of what it means to work in the IT industry. In other cases, it may mean going above and beyond for a customer and delivering a solution that will truly benefit their organization rather than push the latest IT trend. It also means contributing to and giving back to our community. By participating in our local community, we are able to help share a brighter future for those just starting out.
Denise, from everyone at Compulink, we are extremely proud of you and your impact on the NYC community. This award is not only a testament to your leadership and expertise, but your compassion and drive to help others succeed.