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Imagine Welcomes Sheila Rostiac to its Board of Trustees

Imagine welcomed Sheila Rostiac of Mendham, NJ to the Imagine Board of Trustees at its June 2015 Board Meeting. Sheila currently serves as as Vice President of Human Resources for PSEG in Newark.

Westfield,NJ- Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss located in Westfield, welcomes Sheila Rostiac, a resident of Mendham, NJ, to the Imagine Board of Trustees. Sheila currently serves as Vice President of Human Resources for PSEG and is responsible for leading compensation, talent acquisition and diversity outreach, talent management, learning and organizational engagement and workforce systems and analytics.  

Prior roles at PSEG include President of the PSEG Foundation and various financial and accounting management positions. Before joining PSEG, Sheila worked for Schering Plough Pharmaceuticals in human resource management and as a Certified Public Accountant for Arthur Anderson. She holds a  B.S. in  Accounting from Lehigh University and an MBA from Centenary College. She is a Certified Senior Professional in Human Resources. Sheila also serves as Treasurer on the board of Lead New Jersey. Sheila resides in Mendham NJ with her husband Ted and her 2 daughters.      

“The amazing work Imagine does to ensure children, spouses and families not only heal but grow as they grieve is critical to the health of all in the community. Everyone has been touched by grief and I am privileged to serve on the board of Imagine championing it’s mission and expanding it’s reach. My passion and commitment to helping children and families who have suffered the loss of a loved one is my way of honoring the lives of two special people I have lost-- my father and my late husband."

Imagine provides free year-round peer bereavement support groups for children age 3-18 who have had a parent or sibling die with concurrent support groups for their parents or guardians.   Support for children and teens living with a parent or sibling with a life-altering physical illness is also available through the Imagine Tender Living Care program. Free year-round support groups are also available for adults 18 and up who have had a friend, sibling, parent or other important person in their life die, or who have a parent, sibling or friend living with an illness.  For support or for more information visit their website at or contact or 908-264-3100. 


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