Staff & Board of Directors

Youth Mentoring Services of Niagara County exists due to the investment of time by many dedicated people.

Board of Directors


Brian F. Costello
Chairperson
President, Diversified Manufacturing, Inc.

Stanley J. Domski Jr.
Vice-Chair 1                                                                                                                         
Area Manager, Wegman’s

Matthew Stadlmeir
Vice-Chair 2                                                                                                               Vendor Management, M&T Bank

Gian P. Giandomenico
Secretary                                                                                                         
AVP/Claims Supervisor, Key Bank Risk Management, Inc.

Beverly J. Federspiel
Treasurer                                                                                                                      Library Director, Lockport Public Library

 

Craig Dumbleton
Vice President of Key Account Relationships & Marketing, Try-it Distributing

David Fraass, Jr.
Vice President of Customer Operations, Time Warner/Spectrum

Brad Groff
Director of Sales, Aurubis Buffalo, Inc.

Dan Hesch
Assistant Plant Manager, GM Lockport

Anne McCaffrey
CEO, Eastern Niagara Hospital

Donna McCloy
Site Support/HR, FMC Corporation

Ann Murphy
Owner, Shamus Restaurant

James M. Niland, Jr.
Owner, J.M. Niland & Associates, LLC

David Olson
Lawyer, Brown-Chiari

Richelle J. Pasceri
City Clerk, City of Lockport

Robert Sobczyk
HR Manager, Kaleida Health

James Sullivan
Community Volunteer

Jim Swing
Comptroller, MODERN

William Watson
City Court Judge, Lockport City Court

 

Staff Members


Sue Capell spent 30 years in public education before moving to the non-profit world, where she assists young people and their families in achieving their highest potential.

 

 

Internships

 

Grigg-Lewis Foundation Summer Workership Program

Provides the funding for college student interns during the summer months (May to August). Their primary role is to develop and present the YMS summer program. Interns gain practical experience, while developing skills in collaboration, effective communication, MS Office, resume building, event planning, office work, and so much more!

College and High School Interns

Every year, college and high school students volunteer their time and energy at YMS. In return, students gain valuable real world experiences in a variety of areas such as marketing, social work, human resources, and teaching. We welcome applicants interested in academic or service internship positions.

Help Wanted

 

 

Positions vary in time commitment and scheduling, and involve many types of tasks crucial to maintain Agency function.  Please contact us for more information:

716.434.1855

info@youthmentoringservicesniagara.org