Community Foundation Announces New Board Members
(Targeted News Service Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) SYRACUSE, N.Y., June 18 -- The Community Foundation of Central New York issued the following news:
On June 18, 2014, the Central New York Community Foundation Board of Directors elected three new members, who will serve three- year terms:
J. Daniel Pluff, ICM
Senior Vice President and Financial Advisor,The Pluff, Hooley, Black Group of Morgan Stanley
As senior vice president at Morgan Stanley, Dan focuses on investment planning, asset allocation, growth and income strategies. He created Financial Fitness on WCNY-TV and previously served as host and producer of the popular show for more than 20 years. Dan is a graduate of the S. I. Newhouse School at Syracuse University. Upon the completion of executive education courses at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and the Graduate School of Business at the University of Chicago, he received the designation of Investment Management Consultant. Dan is active in the community and has previously served on the Board of Directors for Hospice of Central New York and was Chairman, Board of Directors for the OnCenter Complex in Syracuse.
David A. Holstein, Esq.
Member, Bousquet Holstein PLLC
David is a member of the law firm Bousquet Holstein PLLC, and serves on its Board of Managers. His practice areas include trusts and estates, mergers and acquisitions, not-for-profit organizations, private foundations and charitable organizations. He has volunteered for many local charitable organizations including the Jewish Community Foundation of Central New York, the Everson Museum of Art, the SUNY ESF College Foundation and the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology (MoST).
Vice President, Syracuse Educational Opportunity Center
Tim serves as Vice President of the SUNY Educational Opportunity Center, which is operated by Morrisville State College. He has served at Morrisville State College for more than 16 years, administering scholarships and programs to promote access and diversity to education. He created the Sheila Johnson Institute and the Academic Enrichment Center and also directed both the Collegiate Science Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) and the Arthur O. Eve Educational Opportunity Program (EOP). He has served on various nonprofit boards including the Association of EOC Directors across New York State, the New York State Fair Advisory Council, YMCA of Central New York, and CenterState CEO.
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