The Soapbox and Toolbox for New York State's Nonprofits

NYCON Board Officers

David M. Rottkamp, CPA Chair BIO
Grassi & Co., Audit Partner & Not-for-Profit Practice Leader; Partner-In-Charge of New York City Office  

Julie H. Krieger, 1st Vice-Chair
Administrative Vice President & Group Manager of the Middle Market Commercial Banking Division for M&T Bank in the Hudson Valley

Jo Ann Golden, CPA, 2nd Vice-Chair
Retired, CPA firm; Community Leader

Patricia A. Johnson, CPA, Treasurer
Canisius College, Assistant Professor

Yulitza S. Franklin, Secretary 
NYS Department of Financial Services, Principal Community Development Analyst

NYCON Board Members

  • David Adkins, Ph.D. - NYS Office of Information Technology Services
  • David S. Birdsell, Ph.D. - School of Public Affairs, Baruch College, Dean
  • Martin Conroy - Retired, Community Leader
  • Joanne Florino - Cornell University Library Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Atlantic Philanthropies Archives Project Lead
  • Angela Gray, CPA - Hoffman Eells & Gray, CPAs, P.C., Partner
  • Alan S. Harris, Esq. - Retired former Legal Aid of Rochester CEO; Community Leader
  • Jesse KoeppFenimore Asset Management, Inc., Senior Client Relationship Manager
  • Ellen Kotlow - Community Leader
  • Jacqueline Mahoney- Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region, Director of Grantmaking
  • Vincent Marrone - Public Strategies, LLC, Principal
  • Jane B. O’Connell - Altman Foundation, President
  • Marcus Q. Pryor  - Peter M. Pryor Associates
  • Joshua A. Sabo, Esq. - Law Office of Joshua A. Sabo, Principal
  • Gary M. Schuster, Esq. - Jacobwitz & Gubits, LLP, Partner
  • Tiombe Tallie Carter, Esq. - Tallie Carter Law, Attorney

Ex-Officio *Non-voting status due to serving as previous board chair. 

  • Henry Cohen
  • Lynn Videka, Ph.D.  

NYCON Executive Management Team

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NYCON develops and promotes an effective and vibrant charitable nonprofit community throughout New York State.  We strengthen organizational capacity, act as an advocate and unifying voice, help to inform philanthropic giving, and conduct research and planning to demonstrate relevance and impact.