Greenwich, November 5, 2020 – The American Red Cross Metro NY North Chapter is proud to welcome Morgan E. Crabtree of Gilbride, Tusa, and Last & Spellane and Chrissy Magliocco von Oiste of Empire Merchants LLC, Wine & Spirits Distributor to its Board of Directors.
“I am thrilled to welcome Morgan and Chrissy to the Red Cross team. Both have a long history and passion for community service that truly exemplifies the spirit of the Red Cross. I look forward to working with them to help deliver our mission across our region,” said Stephanie Dunn Ashley, CEO, American Red Cross Metro NY North Chapter.
“Morgan and Chrissy are two incredible civic and philanthropic leaders. Their experience and dedication to the community is a wonderful addition to our Red Cross board,” said Giovanna Miller, Chair, Board of Directors, American Red Cross Metro NY North Chapter
“I have always tried my best to give back to my community by volunteering and fundraising for a number of organizations. What makes joining the American Red Cross different is the immense effect one chapter has on millions of people at a global level. The Red Cross defies conventional assumptions that there must be a narrowly tailored mission statement in order for an organization to be impactful. Instead, the Red Cross' reach aligns with what most people believe to be fundamental for a successful society. From aiding families who are victims of tremendous natural disasters, supporting military families, combatting the effects of a global pandemic, and everything in between - the Red Cross is there in a meaningful way. It is an honor to do my small part by serving as a member of the Board of Directors for the Metro New York North Chapter of the American Red Cross,” said Morgan E. Crabtree.
“I joined the American Red Cross board because I wanted be part of a team that offers daily disaster relief, coordinates blood drives and provides community outreach. The past year has shown us what an important role the Red Cross plays in helping those who are suffering and I wanted to be a part of this mission,” said Chrissy Magliocco von Oiste.