Business Ethics Awards
Members join the Rotary Club as representatives of the highest levels of achievement in their particular business or profession. In addition, the importance of upholding high ethical standards in business has always been an integral element of the Rotary creed. Every year, the White Plains Rotary Club solicits nominations from its members of non-Rotarian who demonstrate high ethical standards in business. Nominees must have demonstrated high ethical standards, honesty and fairness in their dealings with customers, employees and other parties.

2002 was our second annual Business Ethics Awards.

The White Plains Rotary Club has selected two well deserving individuals to be the recipients of the Club’s Second Annual Business Ethics Award. The awards will be presented on May 14, 2002 to Ms. Susan Arterian Chang, editor and publisher of the White Plains Watch and Mr. Mario Aloia, owner and operator of Post Road Sunoco service station in White Plains.

Here, Councilwoman Rita Malmud presents Susan Chang with a Proclamation from the city of White Plains.

Brian Wallach (right) nominated Susan for the award.


Committee Chair Bob Barber (right) presents the second annual Business Ethics award to Mario Aloia during the luncheon, with a congratulatory comment. Club president Nick Wolff reacts with a laugh.
Bob Barber presents Susan Chang with a plaque honoring her and her organization (the White Plains Watch) on May 14, 2002.
Last year, the White Plains Rotary Club presented its Ethics Award to Mr. Tom Stuart, owner and operator of the Hillside Shell Service Station in Valhalla and to Mr. Richard Bayliss, owner of Nu-Way Cleaners and Tailors in White Plains.


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