Board of Trustees
John P. Reilly
Mr. Reilly is president of Dynamic Applications, which develops custom, web-deployed software applications for Fortune 500 and middle-market companies, including Merrill Lynch and Schering-Plough Corporation. Mr. Reilly also served as Director of Product Development at MapInfo and a number of start up technology companies. Mr. Reilly is a current board member and former board president of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region, and serves on the board of the Albany-Colonie Regional Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Reilly was named one of The Business Review’s “Top 40 Under Forty” in 2000, and received the Big Brothers Big Sisters President’s Circle Award in 2001. Mr. Reilly earned a degree in electrical engineering from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Kelly M Walborn is an RPI graduate with an MBA focused in leadership and innovation. Her career highlights with local, startup software companies include MapInfo and Treo Solutions, where her roles have included instructional design, project management, and business analysis for their top tier clients. Kelly's strengths include team leadership, change management, and coaching adults in their professional behaviors and processes. As a former foreign exchange student and ex-pat, she has a soft spot for helping young adults reach their goals. Kelly is involved in various non-profit organizations as a volunteer.
Carl S. Young
Carl S. Young is former president of the Albany-based New York Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, a group representing nonprofit and public long term care providers in New York State. He retired from that position in 2009. At NYAHSA, he worked on member relations, strategic planning and public policy advocacy. In addition to his role as president of NYAHSA, he served as president of the Foundation for Long Term Care, the association's research and education affiliate. Before joining NYAHSA in 1989, Mr. Young served as Broome County executive from 1981-1988. Under his leadership, the county implemented a nationally-recognized alternative health care delivery system for the elderly and received more than 75 national, state and private sector awards for program and management excellence. A former high school history and government teacher in the Binghamton City School District, Mr. Young also served four terms in the Broome County Legislature. He is a graduate of Middlebury College and Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Affairs.
Mr. Kimbrough has served as a police officer in the Albany Police Department since 1992. Since joining the department he has had several different assignments ranging from uniformed patrol officer, to Outreach officer, to his current position as Community Services officer. His awards and accomplishments include the Albany Police Department “Exceptional Duty Medal” (2004), Albany Police Athletic League Officer volunteer of the year (2007) and the “Target and Blue” Police Officer recognition (2007) by Target stores. He was honored in February 2008 by the Albany Common Council for his work in the community. He holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from the State University of New York at Albany.
Mr. DiGianni is a Budget Fellow in the New York State Division of the Budget, where he has worked since 2007. Mr. DiGianni is the Division’s Contracts Officer, responsible for procurement and managing the Division’s contract portfolio. Prior to joining the Division, Mr. DiGianni was an Adjunct Professor at the Nelson A. Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy at the State University of New York at Albany, where he taught courses on political thought and American politics. Mr. DiGianni is a graduate of the Management Development Studies Program in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University, and holds a bachelors and masters degree in political science from the University at Albany.
Cornelius D. Murray
Neil is a senior partner with O'Connell & Aronowitz PC's Health Law practice and supervising partner of our Appellate Law, Constitutional Law, and Indian Gaming practices. He has represented many clients in the health care industry and is currently General Counsel for the New York State Health Facilities Association where he focuses on issues involving complex Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement issues, regulatory compliance, and certificates of need. Neil has lectured widely on legal matters affecting the health care industry and on administrative law. He has served as Chair of the Administrative Law Committee of the New York State Bar Association and as Chair of the Legal Task Force of the American Health Care Association. A Fellow of the NYS Bar Foundation, Neil is a past president of the Albany County Bar Association. He is listed in the publication "The Best Lawyers in America” and has also earned Martindale-Hubbell’s highest peer review rating of AV Preeminent.
Wayne Boomer is the Vice President of Finance and Operations with Apprenda. Previously, Wayne was the CFO and Senior Vice President of Finance for On2 Technologies, a publicly traded software company that designed video codec technology, acquired by Google in 2010. On2 was the first publicly traded company Google had acquired. During a five year tenure as CFO and VP of Finance at Inmedius, an international software and services company in Pittsburgh, Boomer was a central part of the executive team. As Finance and Operations Director of MapInfo in the UK, Boomer led EMEA G&A operations for the company.