Molloy College announces additions to Board of Trustees
Jeffrey H. Greenfield is a managing partner with NGL Group in Lynbrook, has served as president of the Council of Insurance Brokers of Greater New York (CIBGNY), and is a past president of the Professional Insurance Agents of New York State, Inc. (PIANY). He currently serves as Chairman of the Nassau County Planning Commission and also serves on the LIPA Board of Trustees. Jeff served on the Molloy College Board of Trustees from 2000 to 2012.
John P. McEntee, Esq., a partner at Farrell, Fritz, P.C., concentrates his law practice in commercial litigation at the trial and appellate levels, representing corporations, partnerships and individuals in a broad variety of business disputes. He served as an Assistant District Attorney in Nassau County and as an Assistant Deputy Attorney General with the New York State Organized Crime Task Force. Mr. McEntee was recently elected president of the Nassau County Bar Association.
Sister Mary Pat Neylon, Ed.D., an alumna of Molloy College, was recently elected Prioress of the Dominican Sisters of Amityville. She has spent the past 28 years working at Molloy as associate professor of communications, chair of the department of communications, and chair of interdisciplinary studies. She also served as Founding Director of the Faculty Professional Center from 1999 to 2013. Sister Mary Pat has received numerous awards during her tenure at the College, including the Faculty Recognition Award, the Faculty Council Award and the Distinguished Service Medal.
Kenneth J. Pritchard, P.E., is Vice President of Municipal Engineering at D & B Engineers and Architects, P.C. in Woodbury, a leading environmental and civil engineering firm. Mr. Pritchard is currently a class representative of the Alumni Partners Program of the Energeia Partnership at Molloy College. He also serves as Secretary for the Long Island section of the American Society of Highway Engineers.
Robert Salvatico is a Partner and Senior Vice President of Operations for Jaral Properties, Inc. and Jaral Management Corporation, both Mineola based companies, formed to manage family-owned hotel properties and investments. He previously served as a management consultant to the Allegria Hotel in Long Beach. Mr. Salvatico is a member of the Energeia Partnership at Molloy College and also serves on the Board of Trustees for the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City.
"One of Molloy College's strengths is its unique culture," said Dr. Drew Bogner, the College's president. "I look forward to the many contributions these talented individuals will bring to our rich, multi-faceted, and expanding academic environment."