Greenwich, Conn – The American Red Cross Metro New York North Chapter — serving Westchester and Rockland Counties, the US Military Academy at West Point and Greenwich, Conn. — is proud to announce the appointment of Jill Coyle as the Chair of its Board of Directors.
“I am so honored to lead the Metro New York North Board for the American Red Cross. I am passionate about the humanitarian mission of the Red Cross and its impact both locally and globally. As a volunteer and board member for over 15 years now, I look forward to continuing this work, serving with an absolutely incredible and dedicated group of fellow Red Cross board members.” said Jill Coyle.
“We are so grateful that Jill will continue her service to the American Red Cross in this new role. Her passion and commitment to serve will help strengthen and elevate our work in the communities we serve and beyond,” said Stephanie Dunn Ashley, CEO, American Red Cross Metro New York North Chapter.
Coyle’s Red Cross journey, one with local, national, and international reach, began in London with the British Red Cross, and later grew in Greenwich, Conn. with the American Red Cross Metro NY North Chapter. Coyle has served as a Board Member as well as Chair of their Red & White Ball. Coyle is also Vice Chair of the American Red Cross in Greater New York Regional Board of Directors and a member of the organization’s Tiffany Circle National Council.
In addition to her work with the Red Cross, Coyle serves as a board member at the Breast Cancer Alliance, Horizons at Brunswick, American Associates of the Royal National Theatre and the London Children’s Ballet.
Coyle is a graduate of Notre Dame, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering, where she is a member of their Undergraduate Advisory Council and their Women’s Initiative Steering Committee.
The Metro New York North Chapter also elected four new board members. Each member will serve a three-year term:
Andrew Amill, Publisher of Greenwich Magazine, Chief Revenue Officer, Moffly Media
Pamela Farr, Philanthropist
Patti Glassford, CFO & Strategic Project Manager GE (Ret.)
Joe Kelly, Chief Executive Officer, Uranium Markets
Additionally, the organization announced the 2021-2022 executive committee members:
Elizabeth Boutry - Secretary
Co-Chair, Community Preparedness Committee
Peter Carlson – Co-Vice Chair
Co-Chair, Philanthropy Committee
President, Carlson & Carlson, Inc.
Colleen Hempleman – Co-Vice Chair
Co-Chair, Service to the Armed Forces Committee
Anna Cappucci – Co-Chair Service to the Armed Forces Committee
Morgan E. Crabtree, Esq. – Co-Chair, Biomedical Committee
Juris Doctor, Tax Law Concentration Trusts/Estates, Gilbride, Tusa, Last & Spellane
Lisa Cooper – Co-Chair, Community Preparedness Committee
Vice President, Business Development, Chief Executive Group
Pamela Farr – Co-Chair, MNYN PreResponder Building Campaign
Janine Kennedy – Co-Chair, Board Engagement Committee
Patti Glassford – Co-Chair, Nominations Committee and Co-Chair, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee
CFO & Strategic Project Manager GE (Ret.)
Alessandra Messineo Long, Esq. – Co-Chair, Nominations Committee
Founder and President, Law Offices of Alessandra M. Messineo Long, LLC
Giovanna Miller – Co-Chair, MNYN PreResponder Building Campaign
Kim Nichols, MD – Co-Chair, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee
Physician, Nichols MD of Greenwich
Chrissy Magliocco von Oiste – Co-Chair, Red and White Ball 2022
Owner, Empire Wines
Andres S. Moreira, MHA – Co-Chair, Biomedical Committee
Senior Director, Patient Experience & Patient Relations, Mount Sinai Health System
Heather Wise – Co-Chair, Philanthropy Committee
Co-chair, MNYN PreResponder Building Campaign
Madeline Liongson – Co-Chair, Youth and Young Patrons Committee
Research Program Specialist, Weill Cornell Medicine
Brad Walker – Co-Chair, Youth and Young Patrons Committee
Owner, Shreve, Crump & Low