Dorsky is a son of the late Samuel Dorsky. He is president and CIO of Dorsky & Company, Inc., a private investment management and advisory firm. In addition, he is vice president of Kings Point Fine Arts, and managing member of Storage Associates, LLC, and SA Capital Group, LLC. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of two private foundations: The Dorsky Foundation, Inc. and Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs, and a member/officer of the Advisory Board of the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art. In 1974, he received his B.A. with honors from Brown University. In 1977, he received his M.A. from Johns Hopkins University.
Fitzarnaz Drummond ’06
Drummond is vice president of treasury at Deutsche Bank’s London Office. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, Drummond was a corporate treasury associate for Goldman Sachs. Originally from Jamaica, Drummond attended New Paltz, graduating as valedictorian with his B.S. in Finance and Management. While a student at New Paltz, Drummond was a campus leader, serving as a resident hall assistant as well as president of the Residence Hall Student Association. He returned to campus in October 2014 to share his expertise as a panelist for the Business Leaders of the 21st Century event hosted by the Office of Development.
Mosher is the vice president of regulatory affairs at Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation. Mosher joined the company in 1985 as a junior engineer and worked with large commercial and industrial customers in Ulster, Orange and Dutchess counties. In 2000, he was named vice president of Central Hudson Enterprises Corporation where he was responsible for energy services as well as the retail electric sales division. In June 2004, he was reassigned to CH Energy Group’s Business Development Team and in May 2005 he was appointed Central Hudson’s assistant vice president of regulatory affairs before being promoted to vice president the following October. In his role, Mosher is responsible for Central Hudson’s corporate regulatory policies and managing the strategic and day‐to‐day regulatory relationships with the New York State Public Service Commission and Department of Public Service. Mosher received his undergraduate degree from Union College. He currently resides with his wife and children in the Town of Red Hook, N.Y., where he previously served on the Zoning Board of Appeals.