John MacEnroe, President John MacEnroe is the President and CEO of Dutchess County Economic Development Corporation, a private, not-for-profit development corporation that is a public-private partnership focused on enhancing the economic well-being of the county. He is responsible for directing the business attraction, growth and retention efforts in the County and also directs tourism efforts for the County. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Elant, Inc., The Mount Beacon Incline Railway Society, the Mount Gulian Society and the St. Bonaventure Old Boys Rugby Association. Mr. MacEnroe is also a board member and Vice Chairman of the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corporation. He is the treasurer of Beacon American Legion Post 203.
Jessica Goldsmith, Treasurer Ms. Goldsmith is a partner and Chair of the Trusts and Estates department of Kurzman Eisenberg Corbin & Lever, LLP. Ms. Goldsmith is a Martindale-Hubbell AV Rated attorney and a New York Super Lawyer. In 2010, 2011 and 2012 Ms. Goldsmith was named as one of the top 25 attorneys in Westchester, and in 2013, Ms. Goldsmith was named as one of the top Women Attorneys in the New York Metro area. An active practitioner for more than 25 years, Ms. Goldsmith practices in the areas of estate and gift planning, estate administration, planning for closely held businesses, charitable planning and administration, and related private client services. Ms. Goldsmith regularly represents clients in connection with the creation of charitable entities and in the negotiation and implementation of agreements between individuals or their private foundations and public charities. Prior to joining Kurzman Eisenberg Corbin & Lever, LLP, Ms. Goldsmith worked at two major New York City law firms before joining a boutique trusts and estates practice in New York City, and then founding her own law firm.
Felicity Campbell, Secretary Felicity Campbell is an art conservator in Cold Spring, NY. She has worked on some very well known projects including the ceiling at Grand Central Station and a mural for Sleepy Hollow which hangs in the Vanderbilt Stables. Felicity studied art conservation at McGill University in Montreal, and NYU. Upon graduation from NYU, she ran a paintings conservation studio in Union Square. Felicity has volunteered at TEC for a number of years with her daughter, Anna, helping out in anyway she could and always trying to learn as much as possible. Anne Perkins Cabot Anne Perkins Cabot is the co-founder of Stonecrop Gardens, the public garden in Cold Spring, NY, where the Topfield Equestrian Center, Inc., is also located. For seventeen years Mrs. Cabot was Commissioner of the Palisades Interstate Park Commission and received the NY State Governor’s Award for Preservation in 2001. She was the co-recipient of Historic Hudson Valley’s John D. Rockefeller Award in 1997. As a board member, Mrs. Cabot has provided guidance to many organizations in the region, including Scenic Hudson, The Nature Conservancy--Lower Hudson Chapter, Columbia Presbyterian Hospital Auxiliary and the Glynwood Center. She is an honorary board member of Wave Hill, the public garden and cultural center in the Bronx.
Jennifer Enger, DVM Dr. Jennifer Enger is an equine veterinarian affiliated with Mid-Hudson Veterinary Practice, PC, a large animal practice based in Carmel, NY. A 1999 graduate of Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine, she has practiced in the area for more than twelve years, with a focus on horses. She also works with other large animal species. Dr. Enger has attended numerous conferences toward continuing education credits, focusing on equine internal medicine, lameness, ophthalmology, dermatology, reproduction and practice management. She is licensed in New York and Connecticut.