Donna Daley comes to the Board with a deep gratitude for the arts exposure she received as a young student, and a desire to help bring such exposure to today's youth. A graduate of New York University, with a Bachelor's Degree in History, Ms. Daley is a photo researcher who recently ended a long-term role at Corbis, where she sourced images for various clients, including Harper Collins, NFL Films, and The Smithsonian, the latter for whom she provided imagery for their National Museum of African-American History and Culture. She's currently a research editor at Getty Images.
Aside from her love of music, Ms. Daley also participates in dance classes, and enjoys exploring NYC history via walking tours. A Brooklyn native, she is a longtime resident of Manhattan.
Paul Konigstein helps nonprofits master finance and accounting. He specializes in making financial concepts understandable to non-financial nonprofit leaders to enable the strategic use of finance to achieve organizational goals.
Paul has twenty five years experience as a controller and Chief Financial Officer at arts, culture, education, and international development not for profits including the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Hall of Science, Helen Keller International, ArtsConnection, and the American Montessori Society. He is currently a Senior Consultant at Accounting Management Solutions, a CliftonLarsonAllen LLP division. Paul is also chair of the Bridgespan NY nonprofit CFO Group and co-chair of the Financial Executives Networking Group not for profit special interest group.
He holds an MBA in finance from New York University and a BS in marketing from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Marc Santora brings community relations, program development, and nonprofit leadership experience to Reaching for the Arts. As Director of Youth Services at Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center, Marc has brought comprehensive educational and social-emotional programs to children and families most in need of services. He is passionate about youth development and the ability of the arts to play a pivotal role in the growth of child and in society as a whole. In additional to his time at Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center, Marc has worked for other youth-serving organizations, including the Urban Dove and Achievement First Charter Schools.
Marc received his BA in English and Creative Writing from Fordham University and a Certificate in Nonprofit Management from Baruch College through the New York Community Trust Leadership Fellows Program.
Having grown up in a family of artists, June Hu comes to the Board with heartfelt appreciation for the importance of arts education in a child’s journey towards self-discovery. Ms. Hu is a corporate attorney at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP who has previously worked as a TV reporter on shows focused around childhood education. She is a music enthusiast who loves to sing and play the Chinese zither in her free time.
Ms. Hu received her law degree from Columbia Law School and a B.A. in biology and art history from Duke University.