Release date: 7/16/2015


Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley Welcomes New Employees


POUGHKEEPSIE, NY – The Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley proudly welcomes two talented employees to its staff.

Roksolana Geramita, CPA, has been named Chief Financial Officer. A longtime resident of Wingdale, she joins the Community Foundations after more than 20 years as a Vice President and Auditor at Riverside Bank, and previous service in municipal finance departments. Ms. Geramita holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and economics from Rutgers University. She serves as an adjunct instructor in the Business Department at Dutchess Community College and is a member of the Mid-Hudson Chapter of the New York State Society of CPAs.



 
Aliza Krevolin, MSW, joins the Community Foundations as Development Assistant. New to the Hudson Valley and living in Kingston, she previously served as the Active Aging Program Manager at Generations Incorporated, a Boston nonprofit. Prior work included policy research and grassroots advocacy at Charles Group Consulting and strategic planning and leadership development at Combined Jewish Philanthropies. Ms. Krevolin earned her bachelor’s degree in sociology and history from Brandeis University and master’s degree in social work from Boston University.







About The Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley
Serving all of Dutchess, Ulster and Putnam counties, the Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley administers $53 million in assets to provide much needed support to the community through grants and scholarships. The Foundation’s purpose is to connect people who care with causes that matter. For information about charitable giving through the Community Foundation, its grant programs, or to obtain a copy of the organization’s Annual Report, please visit www.cfhvny.org.



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