Board of Trustee Bios

Elliot S. Conway, Mayor

Mayor ConwayElliot was raised in Brookville and has been a resident of Upper Brookville with his wife and two daughters for over 20 years.

He spent his career in structured finance at Citibank, where he retired as a Senior Credit Officer and Managing Director in 2009. His specialty was infrastructure finance with tax, accounting and regulatory components.

He earned a BA in Economics from Cornell University and an MBA at the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration.

He previously served the village as a volunteer consultant during the Old Brookville Police Department contract renegotiation in 2012 and, later, as an Alternate on the Board of Zoning Appeals. He currently serves also as Police Commissioner. In 2012 he successfully appealed a BZA decision to the State Supreme Court, protecting the village from a dangerous precedent that could have significantly eroded setback laws.


William R. Campbell, Deputy Mayor

bill-campbellBill grew up in a number of cities across the U.S. before eventually settling on Long Island in 2000.  He and his wife, Melanie, moved to Upper Brookville in 2004 with their 4 children who currently attend the Locust Valley Middle & High School.  Melanie is currently the Co-President of the Locust Valley High School Parents’ Council.

He graduated with a BA in Accounting from Siena College in 1987 and earned his CPA while working at PricewaterhouseCoopers in NYC.  He joined Salomon Brothers, now a part of Citigroup, in 1990 and is currently a Managing Director, Co-Heading their Investment Grade Credit business.

Bill previously served the Village as an Alternate on the Zoning Board of Appeals from 2010-2012.  In 2012, he joined the Board of Trustees to fill the remaining term of a retiring Trustee before being elected to the position for the first time  in 2013.   He currently serves as the Deputy Mayor/Trustee and the Village’s Fire Commissioner.


 

Antje B. Dolido, Trustee

antje-dolidoAntje was raised in Locust Valley and graduated from Portledge School. After graduating from Bryn Mawr College and Boston University Law School, she practiced law for several years at a prominent Manhattan law firm and then established and managed the New York office of a national attorney placement firm.

After returning to the North Shore with her family, Antje became an Associate Real Estate Broker with Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty. She has served as President of the North Country Garden Club, Deputy Mayor, Police Commissioner, Legal Chair and Architectural Review Chair of the Village and member of numerous charity committees.


Edward J. Madden Jr., Trustee

Edward Madden is a 19 year resident of Upper Brookville living on Canon Lane. He raised 3 children who all attended Oyster Bay schools.

He is a licensed Real Estate Salesperson selling and leasing residential and commercial real estate. Prior to joining S&D Real Estate, he had a successful 35 years career in the securities industry. His responsibilities included securities financing, liquidity management, risk management and various management and administrative roles.

Ed started his career in accounting, budgeting and expense control. At JP Morgan Securities, he turned around the Mortgage Backed Securities Repo Book, making it the most profitable book on the desk.

During his time at UBS Securities, he set up the Mortgage Backed Securities Repo book, established new financing capabilities, traded a $30 billion dollar Repo book and helped the desk become Institutional Investor Magazine’s consistently top ranked Repo Desk on the Street, based on a poll of institutional customers.

Most recently, Ed was the first employee hired and was instrumental in setting up Pierpont Securities LLC, a fixed income broker dealer, filing applications with regulators, clearing banks, and the various clearing organizations. Once regulatory approval was obtained, he set up and co headed the Repo Desk. He was a member of the Liquidity Management Committee and the Interim Finance Oversight Committee which was responsible for the firm’s financial oversight during the CFO’s medical leave.

Ed has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Boston College and an MBA in Finance from Hofstra University.


Frank J. Russo, Trustee

frank-russoFrank Russo and his wife Ann have lived in the Village since 1979. Their three children attended local schools and, while now living off-Island, are regular visitors to the family homestead. Frank began serving the Village as a member of the Board of Zoning Appeals in 1998 and has been a Trustee since 2004.

Frank works two jobs.  He operates a veterinary medical device business. He is also the CFO of a drug development firm that manages clinical trials for pharmaceutical companies. His prior career experience includes healthcare strategy consulting and financial services. Frank is a past Director of NCMIC Group, an insurance and financial services company serving healthcare providers and other professionals.

Frank served for nine years on the Locust Valley School Board. He was the Founding Chairman and is now Director Emeritus of Gilda’s Club, a not-for-profit organization providing social and emotional support to people living with cancer.

Frank studied chemical engineering and holds BS and MS degrees in Management from MIT’s Sloan School. Like Al Gore, Frank worked on the development of the Internet, though from MIT’s Project MAC in Cambridge, Mass. He was a 1960 graduate of LaSalle Military Academy, in Oakdale, Long Island.