MADISON, NJ - Madison resident Eric Anderson will be honored at the 38th Annual Awards Dinner, sponosred by Tri-County Scholarship Fund (TCSF). Anderson will be presented with the Hall of Fame Award.
Anderson is Co-President of Aon, oversees the Reinsurance Solutions and Retirement Solutions businesses, and leads Aon’s activities in Europe, Middle East and Africa and
Latin America. According to his biography, provided by TCSF, he received an MBA from Fordham University and a B.A. from Colgate University. Serving on the board of Covenant House in New Jersey, Andersen has worked to help homeless, at-risk, and run-away youth. .
In addition to honoring Anderson, Ray and Cathy Donovan and Douglas L.Kennedy will also be honored. All three honorees believe in and support the TCSF mission to provide partial scholarships for many of the state’s most financially disadvantaged children, enabling them to attend accredited K-12 values-based, private and parochial schools.
“We are delighted to honor the extraordinary success of these three distinguished individuals and especially to recognize their contributions to the needy children in our state” explained Prudence Pigott, President of Tri-County Scholarship Fund. “Our honorees’ accomplishments in their industries and in serving the community exemplify everything we want our scholarship recipients to follow in their own educational journeys, in the workforce, and in giving back to their own communities.”
The Awards Dinner is the largest fundraiser for the New Jersey non-profit which has provided over $27 million for over 32,000 scholarships since its inception in 1981.