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James R. Borynack

James R. Borynack

Director

Mr. Borynack is chairman and CEO of Wally Findlay Galleries International, Inc., founded as Findlay Galleries in 1870, America’s second oldest art gallery. An alumnus of the Parsons School of Design, he joined Wally Findlay Galleries in 1972 and acquired the international company in 1998. Mr. Borynack is a lifetime member of the board of directors of Bellevue Hospital Center’s Children of Bellevue and was awarded the Los Ninos Image Award for Philanthropy by New York’s Committee for Hispanic Children and Families. He was a Board Development chair of American Ballet Theatre, an advisor to the NY State Prison in Art Programs and a member of the President’s Council of the New School in NYC. Mr. Borynack served on the board of directors for the David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies, The Manhattan Jewish Health Services for Hospice and chaired the National Hospice Foundation and their board of governors, Borynack is currently president of the US Committee for UNESCO. He is a board director at Trustbridge Hospice Foundation Palm Beach County as well as the Palm Beach Symphony. He is a member of the United Way Tocqueville Society and serves on the board of directors of the United Way of Palm Beach. He is a founding trustee of the American Foundation for the Pontifical Institute of Theology at Posillipo (Naples, Italy) and is a sustaining member of The Patrons of the Vatican Museums.

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