FLORHAM PARK, NJ - Local business owner Danielle Lindner of The London Day School was honored Wednesday with the Mary A. Mullholland Service Award by the Boy Scouts of America, Patriot's Path Council, at their annual "Tribute to Women" luncheon.
“It was such an honor to be recognized with so many wonderful women by the Boy Scouts for doing something I’m so passionate about…helping to make children’s lives better”, said Lindner.
The luncheon is an annual event at which the Boy Scouts honor outstanding women who serve as exemplary role models for youth through their vocations or avocations and who live their lives according to the ideals of the Scout Oath and Law.
Through this event, funds are raised to support the award-winning child abuse prevention programs offered to the community at large by the Boy Scouts of America. The Patriot's Path council ranks first of all the Boy Scout councils in teh nation in their fight against child abuse.
Lindner is an entrepreneur, author, and child advocate who founded The London Day School, a school for children in preschool through kindergarten, in 2010. She saw a need for an enriching, challenging and socially engaging program for young children with a specialty designed curriculum that incorporates character education into a scaffolding approach to learning. Lindner's program develops essential academic skills as well as children’s social and emotional intelligences.
In addition to running The London Day School, Lindner is an author who places great emphasis on character education. She has written a children’s book series which reflects that. "Miss Danielle’s Preschoolbuds" is comprised of 16 books and addresses everything from sharing to facing your fears. The series was recently developed into a 7-episode television show and both the shows and the books are available on Amazon.