Lois Reboli, President
Lois Reboli is the widow of Joseph Reboli. She has an extensive collection of Reboli paintings and has been cataloging his work as well as the many articles and artifacts associated with his life. She has a degree in Elementary Education from SUNY at Stony Brook, and a MA in drawing and painting from LIU at CW Post. Ms. Reboli taught art in public schools for over 30 years. Since retiring in 2009, she has been working part time as Artist in Resident at Southampton Elementary School, Southampton, New York.
Colleen Hanson, Secretary
Colleen Hanson was Executive Director of Gallery North from January 2000 until her retirement in September 2010. Her work at Gallery North was recognized in 2005 with the Village Times Beacon award as Woman of the Year in Art, and in 2008 as Woman of the Year for the Three Village area. Prior to her role as Gallery North Director, Ms. Hanson worked as an educator. During her four years of teaching in California school districts, she won an award for science curriculum development and was named New Teacher of the Year, Los Angeles County. On Long Island, she developed gifted student curriculum and taught the Gifted Student Program for a LI school district; was the Staff Development Coordinator at Center Moriches Unified School District; and was a lecturer in education at Stony Brook University for both the Department of Education and the Earth and Space Sciences Department. Born and raised in South Dakota, she received a B.S. from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis; an M.ED from Smith College; and a P.D., Ed. Administration, LIU at C.W.Post.
BJ Intini, Vice President
BJ Intini has a Bachelor of Art degree from SUNY at Stony Brook in Fine Art and Art History and studied sculpture in Italy. Ms. Intini was the Assistant to the Executive Director of Gallery North from 2001 – 2009. Since 2003 she has been the President of the Farmingville Historical Society and has written grants and been responsible for the restoration of the Bald Hill School in Farmingville, opening of the 102 acre Farmingville Hills Park, and the redesign and construction of the Farmingville-Holtsville Veterans Memorial Site.
Carolyn D. Slawski, CPA, Treasurer
Carolyn is a Long Island native who graduated in 1982 from Dowling College. Upon graduation she became a staff accountant with David Klein. She is currently in private practice serving individuals and small businesses with offices located in Islandia NY. Her maxim is "Knowing your business is my business".
Project Manager for the Renovation of the Reboli Center
Frank Intini is a retired Army Colonel with more than 36 years of experience in increasingly responsible leadership and management positions, including his 16 years as an Aviation Support Facility Commander. In the corporate world, he is a proven seasoned professional with over 14 years Project Management/Facilities Management experience from 1 July 2000 until his retirement on 25 July 2014. He was responsible for the management of a maintenance and repair program for a 205-acre and 66-building (approximately 1.8M sq,ft,) military installation, as a $68M ten-year BASOPS Contractor. His responsibilities included the day-to-day supervision and oversight of 51 multi-trade personnel, including 5 managers and supervisors, and the synchronization of the following functional areas: Building and Structures and Utility Systems; Building Maintenance; Roads and Grounds; Pest Management; Refuse Collection; Supply and Storage; Logistical Support Operations; Human Resources; Estimating and Subcontracts; and Quality Control. Mr. Intini had P&L responsibility for the the annual budget; capital purchases; and maintenance and repair operations. He is a two-time award winning Project Manager winning the Installation Management Command DPW BASOPS Contractor of the year award. The competition for this award was between 156 military installations, world-wide.