Rowan College Foundation and Rowan College of South Jersey (RCSJ) honored Amy Mansue, president and CEO, Inspira Health, as its Person of the Year at the college’s Gatsby Gala: Swinging into Students’ Success on April 29.
The Rowan College Foundation and RCSJ honored Mansue for Inspira’s commitment to building and enhancing local partnerships between the medical community and educational institutions. Her selection also recognizes the commitment of Inspira’s Board of Trustees to support the education of tomorrow’s health care providers.
“For more than 50 years, Gloucester’s Rowan College Foundation has supported student success through scholarships to help make a quality education accessible and affordable. Donations and fundraising events, like the Gala, provide our students with the financial assistance to reach their academic goals,” said Rowan College of South Jersey President Frederick Keating. “The Foundation’s choice to name Amy Mansue “Person of the Year” is fitting and well deserved. Amy is committed to educating future healthcare professionals and employing them within the South Jersey region. This is especially evident by the recent partnership agreement between the College and Inspira, which reinforces the relationship between the education and medical communities by providing scholarships and program funding.”
Inspira Health and RCSJ recently entered into a decade-long partnership to expand RCSJ’s nursing and health professions programs at the college’s Cumberland and Gloucester County campuses. In addition to funding scholarships, the partnership will develop new programs to meet the needs of the community.
This award represents the efforts of 6,500 employees who support Inspira Health's mission to improve the health and well-being of our community,” said Mansue. “Inspira’s commitment to the community is captured in this partnership, which will create stronger and more affordable health training programs for the next generation of health care professionals. It truly takes a village to build healthier communities, and I am grateful that we have RCSJ as a partner as we work to improve health and reduce disparities here in South Jersey.”">