Roslyn Grammar of Geneva has been honored as one of 30 Young Republican Rising Stars from across New York State.
The Governing Board of the New York State Young Republicans awarded her this distinction on March 12 in Albany.
“Roslyn is a dynamic and excellent representative of the new generation of Republican leaders,” said Trisha Turner, Chairwoman of the Ontario County Republican Committee. “We are so proud of Roslyn, who serves as an OCRC and Town of Seneca GOP committee member. Thank you, Roslyn, for your energy and dedicated service. We are cheering you on.”
Roslyn was born and raised in Geneva, where she grew up on a 350-acre agricultural farm. She was homeschooled from elementary to high school and attended SUNY Fredonia, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in International Studies and a Minor in Political Science. She was a member of Sigma Gamma Phi Sorority and Sigma lota Rho, International Honor Society.
Since graduating, Roslyn has worked in agriculture, energy and lighting management and alcohol distribution. She has been with Constellation Brands since 2017 and currently serves as a Customer Supply Analyst out of the company’s Canandaigua headquarters.
Also at the Albany meeting March 12-13, a new chapter of the Ontario County Young Republicans for 18 to 40-year-olds was chartered at the winter conference. Genevan Ben Vasquez is the chair of the local chapter.