Sabine Werner
Sabine WernerCo-President
Sabine resides in Briarcliff Manor, New York with her husband Rick and their two children, Isabelle and William. Before moving to Northern (more…)

Westchester in 2011, she lived in New York City, where she worked in community development finance at Citi Community Capital. This position allowed her to work with a range of nonprofit and for-profit organizations focused on housing and urban development, a field about which she became passionate. From 2012-2015, Sabine managed the affordable housing loan program at Community Capital New York, a Westchester-based Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) that provides loans to housing developers in the lower Hudson Valley.  She currently works at the Leviticus Fund, providing affordable housing, education and community facility loans to non-profit organizations in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.  She also serves on her Village Planning Board.

Sabine received a Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University and a Master’s in International Affairs from Columbia University.

Eric Williamson
Eric WilliamsonCo-President
Eric Williamson is Director, Asset Risk Management in the Investments Risk group of Genworth Financial, Inc., which operates life insurance (more…)

and mortgage insurance companies in the U.S. and international markets. Prior to Genworth, Eric worked on structured finance and other product types as a Senior Managing Director at Kroll Bond Ratings from 2010-2013. From 2005-2010 he was head of credit research within the investment management business of MBIA Inc. Previously, Eric worked in a variety of business and risk management positions in the financial guaranty industry, at CapMAC from 1990-1998 and at MBIA from 1998-2005. Eric started his career at Standard & Poor’s where he worked in the mortgage-backed securities group from 1986-1990. Throughout his work in financial services, Eric has gained significant experience in single-family and multi-family housing finance. Eric has a B.A. in American Studies and an MBA from Lehigh University. He is a member of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Pleasantville, NY, and has been active as a parent with his local Boy Scout troop and Dad’s Club baseball teams.
Pat Krasnausky
Pat KrasnauskyTreasurer
Pat’s career has been focused on long term care of elders in home care, day care, nursing and rehabilitation centers, (more…)

and independent living in the not-for-profit, faith based arena. She is currently President and CEO of Cabrini Eldercare which encompasses all of these services between Manhattan and Dobbs Ferry as well as an immigrant welcome center in Dobbs Ferry.  Her experience includes the development and oversight of two low-income housing projects funded by HUD and a major modernization project.

Pat lives in Bronxville, New York and has been a resident of Westchester since 1983. Previously she resided in New York City, Upstate NY, Chicago and Boston, where she was born. Pat received a Bachelor’s degree in Food and Nutrition from Dominican University, Ill. and a Master’s degree from NYU.  A second Master’s is from Iona College in Health Systems Management. She is a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator and has served on the Boards of several Associations advocating for elder service providers in New York.

Jack Cabaness
Jack CabanessSecretary
Jack Cabaness has been the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Katonah, New York since September 2014. Prior to his arrival in New York, (more…)

he served churches in Missouri, Vermont, and Colorado. In each of the congregations he has served, members of those congregations have been passionate about issues of homelessness and affordable housing, and the congregation in Katonah in particular has a long and proud history of supporting A-Home. When he was in Colorado, Jack helped coordinate efforts between his congregation and Growing Home, a non-profit organization in the northern Denver metro area which provides supportive and educational services for families in an effort to break the cycles of homelessness and multi-generational poverty.

Jack grew up in El Paso, Texas and graduated from Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire with a Bachelor’s in History. He holds a Master of Divinity and a Master of Arts in Christian Education from Union Presbyterian Seminary in Richmond, Virginia. He has also earned a Doctor of Ministry degree from Chicago’s McCormick Theological Seminary.

Jack lives in Katonah with his wife Emma, who has just begun a Master’s degree program in Marriage and Family Therapy through Iona College in New Rochelle. They have two corgis, Maude and Seamus, who regularly walk Emma and Jack around the Village of Katonah. 

Will Andreycak
Will AndreycakDirector
William Andreycak is an educator at Leadership Prep Canarsie Elementary Academy in Canarsie Brooklyn where he serves as a first grade teacher (more…)

and instructional leader in mathematics. He has worked in education for the past three years after his acceptance into the Teach for America Corps in New York City in 2013. He served his two years in Teach for America in at the Metropolitan Lighthouse Charter School in the South Bronx, where he taught 4th and 2nd grade, serving as grade team leader of the 2nd grade in 2014. After serving the two-year term with Teach for America, he accepted a positon at his current school where he has taught 1st grade for the past two years.

William graduated from the University of Vermont in 2013, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History. During his time at the University he served on the editorial board of the weekly newspaper, interned for the Student Legal Services department as a student advisor, published policy briefs for the Vermont Legislative Research Service, and served as Vice President of his fraternity. He was a member of the College of Arts and Sciences Honors College, the Political Science honors program, and the History Department honors program. His senior honors thesis was awarded the Alan P. Wertheimer Prize for the Outstanding Senior Honors Thesis in political science, and he was selected to present the paper at the 2013 Midwest Political Science Association Conference in Chicago.

He earned his master’s degree in Elementary Education from the Relay Graduate School of Education in 2015. He now serves on the alumni council of that institution, where he advises the school on engagement and communication strategies for the school’s alumni base in New York City.

He is the son of A-Home Board Member Catherine Andreycak, and is a member of A-Home coalition member St. John’s Episcopal Church in Pleasantville. He currently resides in New York City.

Andrea Olstein
Andrea OlsteinDirector
Andrea Olstein is a real estate professional working in residential and commercial development. Her company, Olstein Real Estate Services (more…)

provides project management, asset management, and owner’s representative services to developers, property owners, and not-for-profits.

Andrea is also co-founder and chief operating officer of Leverage Media LLC, a corporate communications and content marketing firm providing services to professional services companies, B2B entities, and associations.

Andrea has over 25 years of experience working on real estate projects in the private, public, not-for-profit, and institutional sectors in New York City, Westchester County, and the East Coast. Andrea has worked for private New York City developers; HSBC/Marine Midland Bank; New York City’s Department of Housing, Preservation and Development and the Office of Economic Development, as well as not-for-profits, including the Children’s Oncology Society of NY/Ronald McDonald House.

Andrea is a member of Westchester Women’s Agenda, has worked with the Hastings-on-Hudson Waterfront Planning Conferences, and is an associate of the Center for Creative Land Recycling. She is a member of the Social Action Committee of Woodlands Community Temple. Her appointment to the Westchester County Housing Opportunity Commission is pending.

Andrea is a Westchester native, having grown up in Yonkers. She holds a Master of Urban Planning degree from CUNY/Hunter College and a Bachelor’s Degree in American Studies from George Washington University. Andrea also received training through Pace University, Land Use Law Center.

Andrea lives in Hastings-on-Hudson with her husband Michael Winkleman and their three millennial children. Andrea enjoys walking on the Aqueduct, gardening, and cooking.

Rosemary Carlough
Rosemary CarloughDirector
Rosemary Carlough is the Vice President of Marketing for the AMACOM books division of the American Management Association (AMA). She has (more…)

spent her career in publishing, first in the AMA Periodicals Division, of which she was publisher when it was shut down in 2000.  At the time of the closing she negotiated the sale of three publications to other companies, ensuring their ongoing existence. She then moved to the AMACOM book division of AMA, where she has overseen their growth in digital content distribution. She was a pioneer in licensing book content to databases and in working on efficient ways to distribute and sell eBooks.  She has overseen the project management for new distributions systems of both print and eBooks.

As a member of St. John’s in Pleasantville she has been the A-Home Coalition member for the past four years.  She has also served as head of the Outreach Committee at St. Johns, coordinated clothing donations for the Midnight Run, and was a member of the search committee for a new minister in 2011.  When her children were in school she served as the Co-President of the Pleasantville Community Scholarship Fund.

She received a B.A. in English from Newton College and an M.B.A from Boston University.