New CEO At Tourette Association of America
The Tourette Association of America, the Bayside-based national non-profit organization serving the Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorder community, has selected John Miller as its new President and CEO. As the President and CEO of the Tourette Association.
Miller comes to the Tourette Association after five years as the CEO and Executive Director of the American Red Cross on Long Island. His achievements include upgrading the organization’s management, public affairs, revenue infrastructure and unifying the organization as a whole. Miller has overseen the largest Red Cross responses in Long Island history: Hurricane Irene and Superstorm Sandy; where he worked with government officials, celebrities, donors, volunteers and media from across the country and around the world. He also served on the ARC Greater NY Regional Leadership Team where he directed the mergers of the Nassau, Suffolk and Shelter Island organizations into one.
Miller was named as Outstanding CEO for 2014 by Long Island Business News and received the highly competitive HIA-LI Business Achievement Award.
Prior to the Food Bank, Miller’s most notable experience included serving as Commissioner of Public Works for the Town of Babylon, N.Y. and COO of Mercy College.
More than 300 students met requirements for graduation from SUNY Oneonta following the fall 2015 semester. Graduates were honored at a December recognition ceremony hosted by college President Nancy Kleniewski. They also are eligible to participate in the college’s commencement on May 14.
The following area students graduated from SUNY Oneonta in December:
Palden Sherpa of Forest Hills, graduated with a BA degree in Art; and Marlene Pinales of Richmond Hill, graduated with a BS degree in Psychology.