The SCORE Foundation Honors Roslyn Goldmacher with Herb Ausderau Award For Her Dedication and Support of the Small Business Community
Washington, D.C.—The SCORE Foundation presents the Herb Ausderau Award to Roslyn Goldmacher of Westbury, N.Y. Goldmacher, a SCORE board member, accepted the award at The SCORE Foundation’s Evening of Vision dinner in Washington, D.C.
Goldmacher is honored by the foundation for her philanthropic support of the foundation and its mission to support SCORE “Counselors to America’s Small Business.” The Herb Ausderau Award is named for former longtime counselor, national board member and 2001 Walter H. Channing Award of Excellence winner Herbert “Herb” M. Ausderau. As the second major, planned gift donor to The SCORE Foundation, Ausderau dedicated his volunteer service to the American dream of small business ownership through SCORE.
Goldmacher is an advocate for the importance of small business and the spirit of entrepreneurship in America. Goldmacher, an attorney and real estate broker, is the president and CEO of the Long Island Development Corporation and the Long Island Small Business Assistance Corporation. She is active in the Long Island SCORE Chapter and serves as chair of the chapter’s advisory board.
Ken Yancey, executive director of The SCORE Foundation, says, "Roz is a champion for entrepreneurial success. Her dedication, generosity and leadership exemplify the spirit of this award.” Yancey adds, “Her personal support of The SCORE Foundation nationally and of her SCORE chapter locally reflects her deep commitment to public service.”
Goldmacher has received other recognition for her outstanding philanthropic work. She is the recipient of the SBA Pinnacle Award, Women in Business Advocate Award and the Financial Services Advocate Award. She has been honored by the New York State Legislature as the Woman of the Year, and by Newsday as the Volunteer of the Year.
The SCORE Foundation was formed in 2001. The SCORE Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, public charity dedicated to ensuring a lasting legacy of business counseling and training for successful American small businesses by supporting the SCORE Association (www.score.org) and its volunteer corps.