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Our Board of Directors

Camille Marocco, MBA

Camille is an experienced CFO with over 20 years’ progressive management experience in not for profits. She applies creative problem-solving skills and efficiently manages time in fast-paced, deadline driven environments to complete revenue cycle process improvements, patient services, cross-functional team interactions. Camille has thorough knowledge of grants development, management and implementation. In her current role as a CFO she is responsible for all financial operations of the organization. She has implemented new accounting software and revamped all accounting processes. Manages all public and private grants. Established strong relationships with banks, renegotiated mortgage, secured line of credit. Work closely with programs to ensure compliance with funding sources.


Sarah Caterina, LCSW-R


Senior Director Behavioral Health Service Lines Whitney Young Health Care, Albany, NY 

Sarah’s Certifications: Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Registered Psychotherapist, Licensed Clinical Supervisor Sarah has been recognized for her exceptional practice within the field.   In 2019, she was the Heart of Her Award Recipient- for mentoring and starting Help Save The Next Girl Chapters across the U.S. and Canada to empower young women and educate regarding predatory behavior. In 2023 she was the recipient of the Exemplary Community Service Award by the Capital District Women’s Bar Association- for outstanding leadership and community service to promote justice for women impacted by the legal system.

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Peter Craig - Owner, Craig Hill Consulting LLC

Peter  has an extensive background in financial management. Peter is a forward-thinking and dynamic business strategist, adept at harnessing boundless energy to drive transformative change.He currently works with multiple clients to provide a range of CFO/Controller Services  services from project-based assistance to complete accounting oversight. Pete specializes in integrating with each organization to grow the systems, processes, and people to maximize effectiveness and accuracy of information.


Vince Speenburgh earned his Bachelor of Science degree double majoring in biology and psychology, finishing with honors. He then went on to complete his Masters in Public Health with a concentration in health policy, management and behavior. During his studies, Vince worked in the clinical setting as a patient technician in the emergency department and critical care at St. Peter’s Hospital and St. Clare’s Hospital (now Ellis Primary Care), respectively. In addition to his studies and clinical work, he worked as a graduate assistant at NYS DOH Patient Safety Center and Albany’s Capital City Rescue Mission (CCRM). At NYS DOH he performed extensive evidenced-based research on medication errors and pressure sores in home care and presented best practice recommendations to the Patient Safety Enhancement Committee. He helped develop and evaluate a Healthy Hearts program for CCRM by conducting a needs assessment, developing a cardiovascular disease screening tool, and performing a process evaluation.


Vince has continued follow his passion and interest in delivery of high-quality healthcare services working across many sectors of health care. Vince has worked for a large integrated health system, health care consulting, and health plans. Vince’s current position is Network Program Manager at MVP Health Care. In this role, Vince is responsible for business development and execution of specific MVP Network programs.


Vince lives in Burnt Hills, NY with his wife, two children and chocolate lab. He enjoys spending time with his family and being the best role model for his kids. Vince stays active playing golf, basketball, slow-pitch softball, running road races, and triathlons.

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Aaron is a global, Fortune 100 financial executive with a deep background developing and executing market value, revenue, margin, and cash flow growth strategies in $500 million to $15 billion organizations.  During his 28-year, international career (Americas, EMEA, APAC) with General Electric he developed expertise across a large number of industries, technologies, and national/local cultures.  Aaron currently serves as board advisor and consulting CFO to KIRSH Helmets, an innovative helmet technology startup based in Schenectady, New York.

Prior to his current role with KIRSH Helmets, Aaron served as CFO of GE Global Research for seven years where he partnered with the CTO and Chief Science Officer to build a strategic research portfolio to drive five to ten-year growth. He oversaw the investment of over $1 billion annually to develop early-stage opportunities, horizontal technologies impacting multiple businesses, and applied science to differentiate GE’s products.


 Aaron has extensive international experience including as Global Controller for GE Oil & Gas where he led controllership, accounting, audit, treasury, and corporate financial reporting functions for a $15 billion, 400-entity, global, SEC-reportable operating segment.  In that role he supported revenue growth from $4 billion in 2005 to $15 billion in 2012 (23% CAGR) and a 20%+ earnings CAGR that conservatively translated into a $20 billion market cap increase.  He led the successful post-acquisition integration of five transactions valued at $10+ billion and built an effective risk management, control, and reporting culture and infrastructure in diverse, challenging locations across Africa, Latin America, Middle East, and Russia/CIS.


Aaron holds a BS in Finance and Technology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is a graduate of GE’s financial management leadership development program.


Dr. Leslyn E. Williamson has more than 25 years of diversified health care experience. She came to Ellis Medicine from Mount Sinai Brooklyn, where she served as Vice President of Patient Care Services. In this role, Dr. Williamson focused on leadership development and staff development, improving quality and patient experience outcomes, and transforming the work environment through staff engagement.

She has also served as the Director of Patient Care Services at Mount Sinai Beth Israel in Manhattan; Director of Inpatient Services at Northern Westchester Hospital in Mount Kisco, New York; and held a variety of positions at Montefiore Medical Center in the New York metro area between 2003 and 2013.

Dr. Williamson earned her DNP from Rutgers University, her MSN from Mercy College, and an MPH from New York Medical College. She is certified as a Nurse Executive, Advanced through the American Nurse Credentialing Center. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, the New York Organization of Nurse Executives, American College of Health Care Executives, and the New York Academy of Medicine.


Eric Hess -  Schenectady County Legislature District 4, Minority Leader

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