The Board of Directors for the Corps provides oversight and guidance for the Corps encouraging active engagement for medical and support members to continue the service of the Corps. The board members are selected by all members of the Corps and serve three year terms that are staggered. The current board members bring a plethora of service backgrounds together and provide a diversity of thought and history to the strategic vision of the Corps.
The current board members are:
Robert (Bobby) Cuttita, Chair ~ as the chair, Bobby is the Chief Executive Officer of the Corps and represents the Corps in public, provides support to the medical leadership team and support membership. Bobby has an extensive history in service both as a public servant working for both the Schenectady County Sheriff’s Office and the NYS Department of Corrections and Community Supervision. A long standing member of the Mariaville Civic Association and the Conservative Party, Bobby brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and service to the Corps and to the Board of Directors.
VACANT, Secretary ~
Jean E. Frisbee, board member ~ Jean has a long history of service to the Town of Duanesburg. In her more than 30 years of residency in the Town, Jean has served as Chair of the Town Park Commission, a former member of the Duanesburg Town Board and a commissioner for the Quaker Street Fire District and, in her spare time, is the Controller tending to financial deposits for the Corps.
Christine Zapotocki, board member ~ Christine is a newer member of the Board of Directors who brings a solid history in healthcare and service. Her passion for being present in the community, attention to detail and a determination to continue to advance the Corps has made her a solid voice on the Board of Directors.
Amy Jo Simpson, board member ~ Amy Jo is a long standing member of the board of directors having previously served as Secretary for the board of directors. Additionally, Amy Jo is an EMT Crew Chief and Driver responding to many calls in her history with the Corps. Amy Jo’s entire family is included in the membership of the Corps; her husband Bob manages the buildings and grounds, and her two sons, James and Brian are both support members of the Corps.