Ms. Bialo is an attorney admitted to practice in New York and Texas with extensive corporate legal experience as in-house counsel to several international corporations. She is a graduate of University of Illinois (BA) and University of Texas Law School (JD). She is a Past President of The Junior League of Westchester on the Sound (2001-2002) and was the driving force in the founding of Furniture Sharehouse. She has received numerous awards in recognition of her work with Furniture Sharehouse, including United Way of Westchester & Putnam’s 2010 Dorothy Allen Community Service Award; Larchmont-Mamaroneck Tri-Municipal Human Rights Commission; 2011 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Award; L’Oreal 2012Woman of Worth Award; 2013 New York State Woman of Distinction nominated by Sen. George Latimer; 2015 Leadership Westchester Alumna of the Year.
Mr. Bialo is an attorney with 49 years of experience in litigation of complex civil cases, and recently retired from Emmet Marvin & Martin, a 216 year-old Wall Street law firm. He is a graduate of the University of Rochester (BS), New York University Law School (JD) and the London School of Economics (LLM). A former Mayor of Larchmont, Mr. Bialo has served on the boards of directors and committees of numerous public and private agencies and organizations, including as Vice Chair of the NYS Municipal Bond Bank Agency for 15 years.
Ms. Brown is a Principal with the international tax & accounting firm of KPMG, where she has specialized in international assignment tax and global mobility services for more than 17 years. Ms. Brown also served The Junior League of Westchester on the Sound as Treasurer for two years and Ways & Means Vice President for one year.
Meg Callaci is a longtime resident of the Hudson Valley Rivertowns having lived in Tarrytown for over 30 years where she and her husband raised their three children. She currently works as a real estate sales agent with Corcoran Legends Realty specializing in the Rivertowns. Prior to her work as a real estate agent, she enjoyed a long and rich career in advertising, marketing and sales where she served a wide variety of clients in travel, banking, magazine publishing, fashion to name a few. She also served as Director of Business Development for a technology company. She has worked as a team member and a team leader, a director of client services and most recently as President of her own marketing consultancy.
After a career in consumer banking, Ms. Eifler retired to raise her family in White Plains, NY, and was active with the PTA and PTA Council. She has also been active in civic affairs, and served on the White Plains Recreation Advisory Board. In 1996 she was named to the NY Hospital Task Force, a group appointed by the mayor to work with NY Presbyterian Hospital to seek a balance of appropriate land use for the benefit of the hospital and the city. She has also worked with Gilda’s Club and as a Literacy Volunteer.
Linda Ellis has been a volunteer tutor at Literacy Solutions NY, Inc. since 2003. Her prior teaching experience includes more than 20 years as an adjunct instructor, teaching writing and literature in local colleges – Elizabeth Seton, Westchester Community, and Pace University. Linda is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and The Graduate Center of City University of New York..
Gail Fattizzi of Goldens Bridge is the regional manager for ERA Insite Realty Services, a residential brokerage firm serving Westchester, Putnam and Fairfield Counties. She served as the 2020 President of the 13,000-member Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors and is the incoming President of the HG Realtor Foundation for 2022. In addition to organizing dozens of volunteer projects for the Foundation to benefit non-profits throughout the community, she has served on the Advisory Board for The Bridge Fund of Westchester as well as Back-to-School Clothes for Kids.
Stephanie Giroux, Chartered Financial Analyst, is currently the Market President for BNY Mellon’s suburban NY and NJ wealth management business. Across her 30 year career, she has advised high net worth and foundation/endowment clients using customized planning solutions and managed client advisory teams. Stephanie is a member of the Estate Planning Council of Westchester County and Impact 100 Westchester, a women’s philanthropic organization. She is a Rye resident and graduate of Tufts University.
Mrs. McGrath retired in 2011 from education after a 39 year career. She spent 33 years as both as a teacher and administrator at Pelham Union Free School District. Her most recent positions in Pelham included District Director of Technology and Director of Secondary Education. Mrs. McGrath received her BA in Mathematics from the College of New Rochelle and her MA in Mathematics Teaching from Lehman College. She received her administrative certification from the College of New Rochelle. Until a few years ago, Mrs. McGrath was the St. Bernard’s Church coordinator for the Open Arms Saturday outreach program. She currently serves as the Director of Volunteer Development for Furniture Sharehouse.
Maureen Zaback holds a BS in Economics/Accounting from the College of the Holy Cross in MA. Her professional career includes time in public accounting in Boston and as an internal auditor at Reader’s Digest. Ms. Zaback, a longtime Sound Shore resident, has led and volunteered for various PTA committees as well as the St. Ignatius School scholarship benefit, County Harvest, and Furniture Sharehouse as a volunteer personal shopper.