April 23, 2012 | last updated June 4, 2012 12:06 pm

CT BUSINESSES RECOGNIZED FOR COMMITMENT TO YOUTH MENTORING

More than 130 Connecticut businesses were honored for their commitment to youth mentoring and named to The Governor's Prevention Partnership's Corporate Mentoring Honor Roll, during an award ceremony in Rocky Hill. The inaugural inductees of the Connecticut Mentoring Hall Of Fame — created to recognize and honor individuals within a corporation or business who have significantly influenced the field of youth mentoring in the state — were also announced. Pictured, from left, are Leonard Lee, deputy commissioner, Department of Public Health; Jill Spineti, president/ CEO, The Governor's Prevention Partnership; Connecticut Mentoring Hall of Fame inductees Mike Ayles, principal at Antinozzi Associates; Margaret Livingston, president/ CEO, Guilford Savings Bank; Laurance Selnick, senior vice president, Webster Bank; and keynote speaker David Shapiro, CEO, MENTOR.

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