Rotary grants first vocational service award to Dr. Arndell

POSTED: 11/2/12 2:13 PM

St. Maarten – The Rotary Club of St. Martin sunrise honored clinical psychologist Dr. Judith Arndell with the Vocational Service Award.
The rotary established the award this year for citizens that show leadership of the highest standard and that have a proven track record in peace management, dispute resolution or restorative justice. Candidates for the award must also exemplify the Rotary spirit of service above self, and they must display high ethical and moral standards.

Dr. Arndell is the president and co-founder of the Ujima Foundation that operates a residential therapeutic facility for at-risk boys. She has worked as a clinical psychologist on the island for more than 25 years.
Dr. Arndell also offers counseling at the turning Point center for drug and alcohol abuse and she is the president of the board of the Charlotte Brookson Academy of the performing arts. Furthermore she offers curriculum-based professional instructions in theater arts, dance, music, visual arts, health and physical education.
In April of 2008, Dr. Arndell received a royal decoration for her service to the community.

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