Diane Citrino has been inducted into the Nutley, New Jersey Hall of Fame. Other Nutley Hall of Famers include lifestyle maven Martha Stewart and famous sports shooter Annie Oakley. To be eligible for induction, candidates had to have either been born in Nutley, resided there for at least 10 years or have graduated from Nutley High School and have outstanding state, national or international achievements.
Diane, a Nutley native, was honored for her excellent work in the areas of fair housing and civil rights for women and minorities. The Hall of Fame Committee also noted her “rich practice history [that] benefits the companies that hire her to investigate matters related to employee conduct, as well as the outside lawyers to whom she acts as special counsel and colleges and universities seeking assistance, counsel, and improvement with their Title IX policies and procedures.”
The Nutley Hall of Fame is housed in the Nutley Public Library where inductees’ names have been engraved onto brass “leaves” on a painting of a large tree symbolizing Nutley’s status as a Tree Municipality.
Congratulations to Diane for this distinguished honor! For more information, go to https://nutleyhalloffame.nutleypubliclibrary.org/2019-citrino/