Vol. 17, No. 1
Advanced Cardiology Techniques Enhance & Expand Treatment Options at Winthrop's Institute for Heart Care
Winthrop Elects New Members to Board of Directors
Scientific Research is Basic to Winthrop's Mission
Weight Management Program Takes Aim at Obesity
New Translation Service Breaks Language Barrier
Jay's World Foundation Dedicates Fifth Room in Cancer Center Unit
Winthrop's Lung Cancer Center: Cutting-Edge, Compassionate & Comprehensive Care
Winthrop's Home Health Agency Among Nation's Elite
Winthrop's MS Treatment Center Continues to Elevate Standard of Care & Research
New Pre-Diabetes Intervention Program Takes Flight at Winthrop
Organ Donor Network Medal of Honor
McCormack Fund Shows Support for Cardiopulmonary Stress Lab
A True Champion
Bay's Big Bash
The Franceschini Family Supports Colon Cancer Research
Evening of Tasting and Giving
Lippert Family Dinner Dance Raises $35,000 for Cancer Center for Kids
Residency Programs Get the Nod
Truckloads of Toys
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A devoted group of community leaders, Winthrop-University Hospital's Board of Directors oversees the Hospital's growth and development. Board Members willingly give their time and resources so that this 110-year old Hospital can continue it's strong tradition of providing high quality, comprehensive healthcare services in a "Welcoming & world class" environment.
Kevin T. Curran
Kevin Curran is Senior Vice President, Marketing, for Optimum Lightpath, the business telecommunications division of Cablevision Systems Corporation. He is responsible for strategy, planning and overall revenue performance. Prior to joining Cablevision in 1998, Mr. Curran was Vice President of Marketing for Broadview Networks in New York City.
He holds a B.S. in accounting from Pennsylvania State University and an M.B.A. from Columbia University. He has served on the boards of the Red Cross (Suffolk County Chapter) and the Long Island Philharmonic. He also is a member of the Executive Committee of the Commerce Bank Golf Classic. Mr. Curran resides in Garden City with his wife, Nancy, and their daughter.
A Garden City resident, Soraya Gage is a producer with NBC News. Ms. Gage has been widely recognized for outstanding television journalism. She has worked on several award-winning projects, including the Emmy-nominated "Sudden Impact: The Ripple Effects of Drunk Driving." Ms. Gage was also a producer on Dateline NBC's "Blackout: Minute by Minute" and "The Capture of Saddam," both of which were nominated for Emmys.
Ms. Gage holds a B.A. from Trinity College and an M.A. in journalism from Columbia University. She is active in community service, and has served on committees for Winthrop's Yuletide Ball and the Buckley Country Day School Silent Auction. Ms. Gage and her husband, George, have three children.
Eric Krasnoff has been Chairman, CEO and Director of the Pall Corporation for more than a decade. Since he joined Pall in 1975, the company has expanded its operations to more than 30 countries.
Mr. Krasnoff also serves on the Board of Trustees for Long Island University, is Chairman of the National Blood Foundation, and is active with the National Center for Disabilities.
Mr. Krasnoff holds a B.A. in anthropology from Columbia University.
Joseph L. Mancino
Joseph Mancino's successful career in banking began in 1960, when he joined Roslyn Savings Bank, and continued until he retired as its President and CEO in 2005.
A dedicated advocate of community service, Mr. Mancino is also on the boards of the Theodore Roosevelt Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Helen Keller Services for the Blind, Abilities and the Interfaith Nutrition Network (INN).
A graduate of the State University of New York's Empire State College, Mr. Mancino holds a degree from the Graduate School of Savings Banking. He also holds an advanced certificate from the American Institute of Banking and a Doctor of Humane Letters from Empire State College. The father of two grown children, he resides in Garden City with his wife, Laurel Anne.
Yvonne M. Mowatt
Yvonne Mowatt is Manager of Community Services for Girl Scouts of Nassau County. In addition, she serves as Eucharistic Minister and family counselor at the Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Church in Roosevelt. Prior to assuming her position with Girl Scouts of Nassau County in 1990, she was Second Vice President with Chase Manhattan Bank in Manhattan.
Mrs. Mowatt also serves on the boards of many community service agencies, including the Coordinating Agency for Spanish America (CASA) and the Long Island Women's Agenda.
After graduating from the Instituto Justo Arosemena College in Panama, where she grew up, Mrs. Mowatt graduated from the American Institute of Banking.
Mrs. Mowatt resides in Baldwin with her husband, Stanford, with whom she has two adult daughters and two grandchildren.