Halima Adams, Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator, Immigration and Refugee Programs, Church World Service (CWS)
Suhaly Bautista-Carolina, Senior Managing Educator, Audience Development and Engagement, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Maria Begg-Roberson, Education Administrator & Councilwoman, NYCDOE & The Borough of Rutherford
Chanelle Church, Senior Director, Corporate Partnerships, Every Mother Counts
Alison Cuzzolino, Director of Finance, MoMA PS1
Alison Cuzzolino (she/her) is the Director of Finance at MoMA PS1, an institution devoted to today’s most experimental, thought-provoking, and socially-driven contemporary art. In this role she is responsible for the financial health and stability of the institution, and was integral in guiding it through the COVID-19 closure period. Prior to MoMA PS1, Alison held a similar role at Lehmann Maupin and worked closely with the gallery’s diverse roster of artists. Alison started her career at Goldman Sachs, where she held financial management roles for nearly ten years, and most recently as a Vice President in Management & Strategy in the firm’s London office. She graduated cum laude from Villanova University with a BS in Finance and International Business, and completed the Arts Business certificate program at New York University. Alison has recently joined the Board of The Laundromat Project, and is the Board President of the condo building where she resides in Brooklyn with her husband.
Camille DeClementi, VP, ASPCA Animal Hospital, ASPCA
Dr. Camille DeClementi (she/her) oversees the ASPCA Animal Hospital (AAH) in New York City. AAH provides life-saving care and relieves suffering for animal victims of cruelty and neglect who come to us through our internal partners: ASPCA Adoption Center, Kitten Nursery, Community Medicine and Community Engagement teams; and through our external partners: NYPD and other NYC organizations. Additionally, AAH provides subsidized care exclusively for animals whose owners are experiencing financial challenges and could not otherwise afford medical care for their pet. Dr. DeClementi also is a media spokesperson for the Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) on poisoning topics. She received her BS in Biology from Lebanon Valley College of Pennsylvania, and her VMD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. She practiced emergency and general medicine in Pittsburgh and Tennessee before joining the APCC in 1999. Dr. DeClementi became a Diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology in 2006 and the American Board of Veterinary Toxicology in 2007 and is a Certified Veterinary Journalist. She has spoken on various clinical veterinary toxicology issues and has authored several peer-viewed articles and book chapters. Dr. DeClementi is a past co-owner of the Animal Emergency Clinic in Champaign, IL.