Honors & Charity
Barack Obama for President-Inaugural Committee 2008
National Council of Civic Leaders, Hillary Clinton for President 2007
In October 2006, Sylvia Rolinski was selected by her piers as a "Super Lawyer" published in the March 2007 issue of Washington, D.C. Super lawyer magazine on law and politics
Sylvia Rolinski was founder and Chairwoman for the Syracuse University Art Council in Washington, D.C
Women’s Leadership Forum, DNC, Executive Board, Washington, D.C.
Democratic National Committee, Business Council Member, Washington, D.C.
CleanTech - Sylvia Rolinski serves on the Board of Directors of Cleantech Corridor, a New York not-for-profit organization. Its passion is environmental sustainability. Its mission is to accelerate the adoption of clean tech solutions everywhere and provide the forum for expert dialogue and resources to generate renewable energy employment under the umbrella of urban sustainability.
AHEAD, Inc. - Sylvia Rolinski is Chairwoman of the Board of Directors for the not- for-profit Adventures in Health, Education and Agricultural Development, Inc. (AHEAD, Inc.) which works in remote areas of Africa, especially Tanzania: “Rebuilding the human spirit one child at a time.”
Humanity, Inc. - Sylvia Rolinski is the founder and chairperson for the foundation, Humanity, Inc., which endorses the U.N. Convention on children and serves orphans and hearing impaired throughout Bulgaria.
Sylvia Rolinski has served as a mentor at Georgetown University Law Center, International Law Society
Sylvia Rolinski was published in People magazine October 11th, 1993, 12th Edition
In October 1993, Sylvia Rolinski was awarded the No Nonsense American Woman of the Month in recognition of her becoming in 1992, the first American and first woman to serve as Chief of Staff to the President of the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York
Ms. Rolinski has enjoyed the status of barrister with the Charles Fahey Inns of Court in Washington, D.C. and membership with the National American Inns of Court
Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Judge 1991
Nominated to the Order of the Knights of Malta 1991