Gramatan Village Staff

 

 
 
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Sherry Saturno - Executive Director

Sherry Saturno is a national award winning specialist in the field of aging, and dually licensed as a Clinical Social Worker and Nursing Home Administrator in New York. She is a Diplomate in Clinical Social Work, holds Master’s degrees from Columbia University School of Social Work and Long Island University School of Management and Public Service, and is a Stanford Certified Project Manager. Sherry is a Distinguished Practitioner and Fellow in the Academy of Social Work within the National Academies of Practice, a non-profit organization that holds Congressional briefings, advises governmental bodies, and runs healthcare policy forums. She graduated from a national post-graduate fellowship in Palliative and End of Life Care at New York University Silver School of Social Work and completed an Aging and Disabilities Certification at Boston University Center for Aging, Disability Education, and Research. Sherry is a Field Instructor for Columbia University's School of Social Work, Fordham University's Graduate School of Social Service, and Pace University's Dyson College of Arts and Sciences. Her articles have been published in Social Work Today Magazine and The New Social Worker Magazine, and Sherry wrote and produced a national award winning short documentary film called “Human Investment”. She resides in Tarrytown. 

 

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Kathryn Urbina - Director of Member Services & Programs

Kathryn Urbina is the Director of Member Services & Programs at Gramatan Village. She provides an easily accessible point of contact and base of support for members and Community Partners, and ensures that all program activities are well coordinated and delivered. 

Kathryn brings a wealth of administrative and programmatic experience to this position. Prior to joining Gramatan Village, she was the Director of Emergency Medical Services at two New York City hospitals. Her professional experience includes serving as a Paramedic for the New York City Emergency Medical Services and as a Paramedic for the Eastchester Volunteer Ambulance Corps. She has volunteered her time delivering meals to the Town’s homebound elderly community and is an active volunteer in her children’s schools. 

Ms. Urbina earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Healthcare & Business Administration from the City University of New York – Lehman & City Colleges. She and her family have lived in the Bronxville area for past 16 years.