Jay DiLorenzo has served as the President of the Preservation League of New York State since January 2005. Prior to serving as President, Jay served as the League’s Interim President, Vice President for Administration and Development, and beginning in 2000, as the League’s Director of Development. Before joining the League, Jay served as the Director of Development for the United Way of Schenectady County.
Jay has a Master of Science Degree in Building Conservation from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s School of Architecture and a Bachelor’s Degree in the Social Sciences with a concentration in Legal Studies from the State University of New York at Buffalo. Jay currently serves as an appointed member of the New York State Historic Preservation Board.
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