MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- The Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester announced its selection of Erik Kaeyer as president for a two-year term beginning July 1.
Kaeyer is vice president and a design principal at KG&D Architects, a Mount Kisco-based architectural firm, where he leads the design team involving award-winning projects like Seven Bridges Middle School in Chappaqua. A graduate of Cornell University School of Architecture, he and lives in Wilton, Conn. with his wife and three children.
In addition to Kaeyer's election, the club also announced the hiring of a new director of development, the addition of five new board members, and the extension of ten current board members’ terms
Solveig McShea was named as the new director of development at the Boys & Girls Club. Previously, McShea served as executive director of the Chappaqua-Millwood Chamber of Commerce supporting the development of the chamber through educational programming, community events, and member services.
Earlier this spring, three other distinguished members of the community were also elected to the board: Robert Hackett, Jay Schecter and Emily Stoddard. The Boys and Girls Club board also extended the terms of Linda Mahon as treasurer, Lisa Shrewsbury as vice president, Michael Becker, Skip Beitzel, Jodi Gutierrez, Thomas O’Neil, R. Todd Rockefeller, David Singer, Jim Steets, and Douglas Thea.