Community Foundation Announces Promotions

The Central New York Community Foundation has promoted recently announced the following promotions:

Gerianne Corradino was promoted to human resources and operations officer. Corradino has worked for the Community Foundation since 2015 where she previously served as finance manager and senior manager of business operations. Corradino is now responsible for providing operational, IT and human resources support to staff and overseeing the Central New York Philanthropy Center (CNYPC) building. She is a graduate of Leadership Greater Syracuse (LGS) class of 2021 and recently received her SHRM-CP certification. Currently she serves as a board member for FOCUS Greater Syracuse. Corradino holds a dual Bachelor of Arts in French literature and language and international trade from SUNY Oswego.

Dana Fiel was promoted to the position of finance manager after serving in her previous role as senior finance associate for one and a half years. Dana is responsible for managing the grants and accounts payable process, as well as preparing reports and reconciliations. Fiel graduated from SUNY Geneseo with a dual Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and art history.

Elisia Gonzalez was promoted to grants manager after serving in her previous role as program associate for two years. Gonzalez manages the responsive grantmaking process, and provides support for initiatives and programs. Gonzalez was born and raised in Syracuse and graduated from Corcoran High School. She also attended Syracuse University, graduating Magna Cum Laude with a degree in geography.

Jenny Green was promoted to senior information systems officer. Green joined the Community Foundation in 2016 and her previous title was philanthropic services officer which she held for two years. She will oversee the information systems for the foundation and provide guidance regarding its management, integration and security. She holds a Master of Science degree in information technology from Marist College and has extensive experience with data management, procedures and strategy.

Elizabeth Hartman was promoted to senior director of finance. Hartman is responsible for the financial reporting and manages the day-to-day accounting activities of the Community Foundation. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in fashion design and a Master of Business Administration in Accounting from Syracuse University. Hartman joined the Community Foundation in 2014 as the controller.

Juliet Maloff was promoted to senior communications officer after serving in her previous role as communications officer for three years. During her nine years at the Community Foundation, Maloff has championed and guided the Community Foundation’s brand management to internal and external audiences. In her new role, she will oversee and implement strategies to ensure impactful and consistent communications messaging across all platforms. Maloff is a recent graduate of FOCUS Greater Syracuse’s 2022 Citizens Academy class and served as the former president of the Public Relations Society of America, CNY Chapter board of directors. She currently serves on the Sarah’s Guest House gala planning committee and spends time volunteering as a book buddy for the Syracuse City School District, for the CNYSPCA and a number of other local nonprofits. Maloff attended Syracuse University where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications and Rhetorical Studies and a Master of Science degree in Communications and Public Relations from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.