June 30, 2020
ELIH Foundation Board of Directors Welcomes Terence L. Kelleher, Esq.
The Eastern Long Island Hospital (ELIH) Foundation has welcomed Terence L. Kelleher, Esq. to its Board of Directors.
Mr. Kelleher is retired from Combined Coordinating Council, Inc. (CCC), where he served as President and Chief Executive Officer for over ten years. CCC is a not-for-profit corporation which provides risk management advisory services and claims management for its clients in the field of healthcare. After completing his undergraduate studies at St. Peter’s University in New Jersey, Mr. Kelleher earned his Juris Doctor (JD) degree at Fordham Law School in Manhattan.
Prior to his time at CCC, Mr. Kelleher was a practicing attorney at three New York City law firms with extensive practice and knowledge in the areas of litigation, international trade, banking, and real property. He is a member of several bar associations, including New York State; United States Supreme Court; United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit; United States District Court (USDC) Southern District of New York; and United States Court of International Trade.
“Terence’s extensive background in law and his knowledge of the healthcare industry make him a great fit for our Board,” says Paul J. Romanelli, Chairman of the ELIH Foundation Board of Directors. “We’re proud to welcome his experience and expertise.”
An accomplished philanthropist, Mr. Kelleher has served on the boards of numerous charitable and civic organizations. He is a current Board Member of CAMBA, Inc., a Brooklyn based not-for-profit providing services in economic development, education and youth development, family support services, HIV/AIDS services, housing services, and developmental and legal services.
Mr. Kelleher was honorably discharged as a Captain from the United States Army Reserve, and he is fluent in Italian. He currently resides in Southold with his wife Margaret.
For more information about the ELIH Foundation, visit elih.stonybrookmedicine.edu/elih_foundation or call the ELIH Foundation Office at (631) 477-5164.