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Doran is currently a volunteer firefighter for the Moyers Corners Fire Department. He served in the United States Navy, completing 20 years of honorable service. Doran’s miliary career included three deployments. Doran is a native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He attended college at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. After college, Doran began his successful career in the United States Navy. Doran has three children. In addition to serving as the CAC Board president, Doran is also on the board of directors for Oswego County Opportunities. He plans to continue assisting his community as much as possible, whenever possible.
Board Vice President
Joleen DiBartolo is an Assistant Vice President and Residential Mortgage Team Leader at Pathfinder Bank. She is responsible for the overall management and administration of Residential Lending Sales. With over 13 years’ experience in Residential Lending, Joleen delivers high-impact work in the real estate industry. She focuses on educating and supporting customers throughout the mortgage application process. No matter what the task at hand, she thrives on providing superior customer service.Joleen is a wife and devoted mother of two. She is inspired by her family to play an active role in the community and finds joy in giving back. In addition to serving as the CAC Board Vice President, Joleen sits on the Board of the Central New York Mortgage Bankers Association. She is an active instructor and member of Pathfinder Bank’s Money Smart Leadership Team and has acted as an Ambassador for the HerPath to Success program. Joleen and is an alumni of Leadership Oswego County program.
Danielle Hayden is the Personnel Director for the City of Oswego. She is responsible for the administration of personnel benefits, employee relations, contract administration and negotiation, training of personnel, affirmative action, long range staff planning, and all other personnel functions assigned by State Law to the City Civil Service Commission. Danielle began her career in Oswego 20 years ago working for the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce as Events Coordinator and later served as the Assistant Executive Director. She then went on to run the Oswego County Chapter of the American Red Cross where her focus was Fund Development and major gifts. She also took on a role as Business Development Specialist at Oswego County FCU. Danielle holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Phoenix. She lives in Oswego with her Fiancé Jim and 22-year-old daughter Mackenzie. In addition to serving as the CAC Board Secretary, Danielle was also President of the Oswego Rotary Board of Directors and President for the Tourism Advisory Council for the City of Oswego. In 2009, Danielle was recognized by Oswego County Business Magazine as one of the 40 under 40 recipients. She is also a 2010 graduate of Leadership Oswego County.
Traci is the Chief Financial Officer at the Rescue Mission Alliance of Syracuse. Previously, she has worked as the Chief Financial Officer at River Hospital in Alexandria Bay and Controller for Molina Healthcare. Traci received her Master’s degree in Accounting from Syracuse University and holds a license as a Certified Public Accountant in New York State. She has two children and currently resides in Sandy Creek, NY.In addition to serving as the CAC Board Treasurer, Traci has served 2 terms on the Northern Oswego County Health Services Inc. Board of Directors as well as a term on the Hospice of Jefferson County Board of Directors.
Andrew is a licensed Pastor in the United Church of Christ and is currently serving the Faith United Church (Oswego) and Bristol Hill UCC (Volney).Andrew is a graduate of the New York School of Ministry and also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Accounting with a minor in Economics from SUNY Oswego. Andrew has served on the CAC Board of Directors since 2019. In addition to CAC Board membership, Andrew also serves as the Chair of Oswego Welcomes New Americans – Sponsor Circle which successfully welcomes Afghan refugees to the Oswego area.
Tom is a full-time faculty member in SUNY Oswego's Marketing & Management Department. Over the several years he has been at Oswego, he has offered graduate and undergraduate courses in Management, Human Resources, Marketing, and Employment Law. He also has served as a Visiting Professor at the University of Puerto Rico in Mayaguez and as an Adjunct Professor of Human Resources for Chapman University's graduate programs in California. Tom and his wife JoAnn have raised six children and have eighteen grandchildren. Tom and JoAnn reside in Pulaski, NY, and are currently raising two of their grandchildren, Ryleigh and Hayleigh. In addition to CAC Board membership, Tom has served as president of the Salmon River Fine Arts Center in Pulaski, and as president of the Oswego Rotary Club. He currently serves as a member of the Vestry and is treasurer of St. James Church in Pulaski. Tom is also and president (once again) of the Oswego Rotary Club.
Alicia is the Director of Advisement for the School of Business at SUNY Oswego. Alicia holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance, as well as an MBA. Her post-graduate work is in Organizational Change and Development. Alicia has served on the CAC Board of Directors since 2019. In addition to CAC Board membership, Alicia is an active member of Zonta, where she works to empower women and girls through service and advocacy.
Mary E. McGowan, J.D.
Mary has been successfully practicing law in Oswego County for over 30 years. She is currently a Business Law professor at SUNY Oswego. Mary earned her Juris Doctor (JD) from Syracuse University. As a CAC board member, Mary brings significant and relevant experience based upon her representation of governmental agencies, children, and parents in various family court matters.
Patrick Haggerty graduated Summa Cum Laude from Le Moyne College in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Economics, a minor in Mathematics, and a minor in Business. Patrick is a Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker with Century 21 Leah's Signature, having obtained his license in real estate in 2007. Patrick has served as a member of the Board of Directors of Child Advocacy Center of Oswego County since 2018
Craig is a Financial Consultant who helps clients of all ages to prepare for lifelong financial success. What Craig enjoys most about his work is helping people retire comfortably. People who know him can always count on his knowledge and ability to implement resources. Craig is a 2006 graduate of St. John Fisher College. In his spare time, he enjoys sports and spending time with his family and friends. In addition to CAC Board Membership, Craig is actively involved in the Fulton Kiwanis Club.
Jessica has been a registered nurse for the past 16 years in our community. She is currently completing her master’s in nursing degree. Jessica is a native of Fulton, NY. She enjoys spending time with her husband and children, as well as spending time outdoors. As a CAC Board member, Jessica is able to give back to the community, which is something she greatly enjoys.
Board Past President
John is the President and Owner of Big John Sales which sells Plumbing and Heating Equipment to HVAC distributors. The company just celebrated their 25th Year in Business. John holds both a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in psychology from TCU. John has lived in Texas, Indiana, and Ohio before deciding to move back to his native Oswego, NY to help his mom. John has a daughter and other family members who currently live in Indianapolis, Indiana. John is an active member at Grace Lutheran Church in Oswego. John has served on the CAC Board of Directors since 2014 and has served as both Vice President and President of the Board. In addition to CAC Board membership, John is also a member of the Board of Directors for of both Oswego County Opportunities and Farnham Family Services.
Erin Vosbury is a nuclear professional with eleven years of experience with Constellation, the nation’s largest carbon-free generation fleet. Erin has experience in chemistry, maintenance, performance improvement, organizational effectiveness, regulatory, engineering, auditing, and leadership during her nuclear career. Erin has also worked as a forensic scientist for eleven years with experience in trace evidence and drug chemistry. She also worked as a scientist in pharmaceutical testing. Erin graduated with a bachelor's degree in Chemistry from SUNY Oswego. Erin is a powerful force in the workplace and community using her relationship building, adaptability, continuous learning, and empathy to create a positive environment. Erin is active in her community as a member of the Zonta Club of Oswego, Vice President of the Constellation PRIDE employee resources group, Women in Nuclear, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion lead, Volney Parent Group member, and Fulton Youth basketball coach. Erin enjoys camping and hiking with her husband, son, and dog, Griswold. She is a graduate of Leadership Oswego County class of 2023.