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Puffin People- Gladys Miller-Rosenstein

Gladys Miller-Rosenstein

Executive Director, Board of Directors

Gladys earned her Masters in education from New York University and spent twenty-five years teaching in the public schools of New York City and Rockland County. As Executive Director, Gladys oversees the day-to-day activities of the Puffin Foundation, as well as those of the Puffin Cultural Forum. She also plays a key role in Puffin’s grant making. She helped to start the grant program, giving 18 grants the very first year.

Along with her husband, Puffin President Perry Rosenstein, Gladys serves on the board of the Teaneck Conservancy, which turned a 46-acre dumpsite into a vital wetlands park featuring artwork created from organic and inorganic waste material from the site. She and Perry also enrich the cultural life of Teaneck through other venues. They helped establish the Teaneck Film Festival, an afterschool program called, “Puffin Super Strides,” and a summer three-week “Nature in the Park” program for elementary school children in conjunction with the Teaneck Community Education. Perry and Gladys each have three grown children and between them ten beloved grandchildren.