Tricia has over 20 years of experience working with various non-profits and for-profits organizations throughout the Hudson Valley.
Tricia previously worked at Planned Parenthood where she was the Director of Communications, placing her in charge of all messaging including social media, print media and branding. She has also worked for Vassar BrothersHospital Foundation where she was responsible for fundraising goals, communication, and social media.
Big thanks to the SLCH Auxiliary who has raised the funds for a high tech Ultrasound machine in the Emergency Department.
SLCH is proud to announce its newest Board of Trustees Member, David Potack. David brings with him more than seventeen years of managerial experience and is currently the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Unitex, the family owned and operated textile Rental Company. In addition to his work at Unitex, David also serves as Chairman of the Government Affairs Committee of the National Industry Trade Association (TRSA).
Cheryl Schuster and John Bilancione stand in front of the NICU
John Bilancione, Manager of the Birthing Center and NICU has re-introduced the Cuddler program. The Cuddler program is for babies born in the NICU. Since the program has been reopened Cheryl Schuster is the first volunteer to join. Cheryl will be soothing, talking and cuddling the babies. This is essential to the social development of the child.
For more information, or to volunteer please contact LaAsia Baldwin ext. 2391.
SLCH’s October Star of the Month, Caroline Zeoli, ED Administrator Coordinator, has been an employee since 2007. She is being recognized for her constant stellar service to customers and fellow employees. Caroline brings her positive outlook and demonstrates acts of kindness every day.
The Dyson Foundation has awarded the Greater Newburgh Partnership a $250,000 grant to help fund the updating and revisions of the City of Newburgh Zoning Laws.
GNP has enlisted a skilled and qualified regional company specializing in cutting edge zoning law redevelopment, Allee King Rosen & Fleming (AKRF) to design and implement the process. The project will launch in early December 2012 and take no more than eighteen months to complete.