Save the date because we’re about to celebrate!
On November 15th, Spectrum360 will hold its 4th annual Hall of Fame dinner at the gorgeous Park Savoy Estate in Florham Park, NJ. As in years past, it will be an inspiring night to remember with dinner, dancing, auctions, and a DJ.
This year, we’re proud to honor two incredible friends of Spectrum360: as our Corporate Honoree, Charles Pascarella of Pascarella Wealth Management and as our Humanitarian Honoree, Kristen Olson of Tenna, LLC. Join us in celebrating their passion and commitment to our work!
Both honorees have a long history with Spectrum360. Charles was first introduced to us in the Spring of 2014 through a discussion about a profit sharing plan with Pascarella Wealth Management Group of Benjamin F. Edwards & Co. Being no stranger to autism, Charles jumped on board with our mission and became eager to help by offering financial and wealth management advice. From there, the relationship grew when Charles joined the Fore the Kids Golf Tournament planning committee in 2016. He’s been an integral part of the event by providing sponsorships and soliciting in-kind donations.
Kristen Olson’s history with Spectrum360 is both longstanding and multi-faceted. As a Vice President of the Board of Directors and mom to Spectrum360 student Cameron, she’s no stranger to the organization’s values! She volunteers at Spectrum360 whenever possible and is always willing to provide advice or lend a hand. In 2013, she took an extended leave of absence from The Conti Group to put her skills to work for Spectrum360. Today, Kristen is COO of Tenna, LLC, a start-up technology solution that allows companies to track and manage their assets. We’re so grateful for her invaluable expertise in business and her compassion.
Read more about Charles and Kristen here!
We hope you’ll polish up your dancing shoes and come join us! Each year, our Hall of Fame dinner raises crucial funds that allow us to provide educational, vocational, life and social skills programs for children, adolescents, and adults across the full spectrum of autism and related disabilities. By joining us as a sponsor or guest, you’ll be helping us meet the needs of our students and clients on an individualized level and provide them with options across their lifetime. Options are growing here as we look to the future of our students and clients…and if there was ever an excuse for a toast, it’s most certainly to that!
You can register for the event as a sponsor or guest here. If you have questions about your registration or would prefer to order your tickets on the phone, please contact Corinne at 973-509-3050 x 285.
Curious to know exactly where funds raised in support of the Hall of Fame dinner go? Please click here!
Corinne Frankenfield, Development Coordinator at Spectrum360, joined the organization in August 2016 following a position in the Development Department of Gilda’s Club Westchester County, NY. Always interested in storytelling, non-profits, and community, Corinne completed her Bachelor’s from Bennington College in Cultural Anthropology and received her Master’s from NYU Steinhardt in Arts Administration. She believes that when people come together to share their personal stories, dreams, and ideas anything is possible. She’s made it her passion to help others achieve success and to preserve their unique stories and points of view. When not working, Corinne loves knitting, trying out new cookbook recipes, and seeing live music.