|Dennis M. Corrado, c.o.
As President of the Breukelein Institute, The Reverend Corrado has
spent most of his working years in the administration of community
based projects within the City of New York. Trained in communications,
he has focused the successful fund raising work of the Institute on
inner city children and the small charitable grass roots organizations
primarily based in Brooklyn. The New York Daily News identified him
as one New York’s new leaders for the 21st Century.
James P. Simon, c.o.
As Secretary of the Institute, Brother Simon brings to the Board
his years of development and fundraising experience at the International
Center for the Disabled. Currently Director of Development for a
major Brooklyn inner city school, he works extensively as a fund
raising consultant to struggling educational projects throughout
As a founding Board Member, Mr. Marino brings many years of experience
working within and along side New York City government agencies.
For over 20 years, Mr. Marino has successfully initiated and guided
renewal and renovation projects to completion within the City. Currently
in the private sector, he travels nationally overseeing large transportation
strategies and projects.
Richard Carlson brings years of experience to his position at The Breukelein Institute. Having served either on the board or in leadership roles for organizations such as The Creative Center for Women with Cancer, CHIPS, Park Slope Geriatric Day Center, St. Joseph's High School, The Brooklyn Heights Association and The Oratory Church of Saint Boniface, Richard's experience with not for profit organizations has been largely focused on the support and development of services for those in need. Currently retired having spent over 40 years as a leader in the interior design industry, Richard is now focusing his talents on the mission of the Institute.
Monica Alvarez Alferman