Molloy College Announces Additions to Board of Trustees
Donna Dellomo is Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Perfumania Holdings, Inc., a vertically integrated designer fragrance retailer and wholesaler with more than 320 independent retail store locations throughout the United States, Puerto Rico and the USVI. She is also a Certified Public Accountant in New York State. In 2014 Donna was awarded the Financial Executive of the Year award by the Institute of Management Accountants. In 2011 she was named the Long Island Business News CFO of the Year of a public company with revenue above $50MM.
Diane Esposito is an accomplished research scientist whose interest lies in human genomics, particularly its applications to cancer research. She is currently a Research Compliance Specialist and Research Investigator at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Diane not only received her B.S. from Fordham University, she also received her M.S. in Biology and her Ph.D. (in Genetics/Cell Biology) from Fordham. In addition to her robust cancer research career, she is also an adjunct professor at the graduate school level.
David Hagan is Executive Director of Why Me Inc., a non-profit organization that provides support for families dealing with childhood cancer. He began his relationship with Why Me in 1993 as a father when his son, Ben, was diagnosed with leukemia. While his involvement continued, he worked as a Senior Financial Analyst for Fleet Bank and Bank of America for fourteen years. Combining his accounting and finance background with his personal experience created a natural fit for both David and Why Me Inc.
Born and educated in Bangladesh, Zaki Hossain immigrated to the United States in 1979. After working in the machine design industry and earning his master's degree in mechanical engineering from Brooklyn Polytechnic, he co-founded Modern Packaging Inc. in 1989, where he still serves as the company's president. In 2008 he became the primary benefactor for the Zaki Hossain Center for Hypertension, Diabetes and Vascular Disease at the NUMC. Mr. Houssain current serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Long Island Foundation. In 2012 he was recognized (by the Long Island Business News?) as one of the top 50 businessmen on Long Island.
Margaret Mayce, O.P., is a member of the Sisters of St. Dominic, Amityville, NY. A graduate of Molloy with a B.A. in Sociology, Sister Margaret currently serves as the NGO (non-governmental) representative for Dominican Sisters International at the United Nations.
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. Previously, Greenfield 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. 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. 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. Salvatico previously served as a management consultant to the Allegria Hotel in Long Beach. He 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."
At the May 5 Board of Trustees meeting, Dan Henry was reappointed to a second 3-year term as chair of the Board. Henry joined the Board in May 2001 and was chair of the Mission Effectiveness Committee of the Board from 2001-08. He also served on the Fiscal Affairs Committee (2004 - 2005) and the Ad Hoc Faculty Liaison Committee (2005 - 07). Henry was Vice Chair of the Board from 2005 -08 and became chair in 2008.
A resident of Rockville Centre, he has been the executive vice president and chief financial officer of American Express since October 2007. His experience and expertise have been invaluable in leading Molloy through this period of growth and expansion.