Paul Torre has been a member of HeartShare’s Board since 1997 and served as Secretary since 2005. He was elected Chairman after the passing of Ralph Subbiondo, the Chairman since 2002. Mr. Torre is Executive Vice President of American Stock & Transfer Company’s mutual fund division, The Altman Group, and has more than 20 years of mutual fund proxy experience.
“I am very proud and fortunate to be a part of the HeartShare family and look forward to working closely with my colleagues on the Board to provide Bill Guarinello and his staff with over-site, leadership and support long into the future as they continue doing such great work for so many deserving children, adults and families served by HeartShare,”
Salvatore Calabrese has been a member of HeartShare’s Board since 2006 and was elected Secretary to succeed Mr. Torre. Mr. Calabrese is the owner of RE/MAX Metro, a real estate firm which helps individuals buy and sell their homes.
“The staff and I are delighted that Paul and Sal have been appointed to these new roles,” said William R. Guarinello, HeartShare’s President and CEO. “They are both dedicated Board members who give of themselves to the people we help every day.”
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Celebrating its 97th year, HeartShare is a nonprofit organization that assists nearly 20,000 New Yorkers. Its wide array of services assist individuals with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities through numerous programs including education services, adult day programs, residential services, case management, recreation programs, family support services, and health services. It also provides counseling, after-school programs and assistance with foster care and adoption to children and families, supports people affected by HIV/AIDS, and administers low-income energy assistance programs. HeartShare is proud that 90% of all revenue goes directly to its programs and services. HeartShare is accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Services for Families and Children and is a BBB Accredited Charity. For more information, visit www.heartshare.org or follow on Facebook or Twitter.