PAUL MORAN AND KRISTIN THORNE APPOINTED TO
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF LONG ISLAND BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Long Island, NY (February 2022) – Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island (BBBSLI) welcomes Paul Moran and Kristin Thorne onto their Board of Directors.
Paul Moran is a partner at Triton Bay Wealth Advisors providing insurance solutions and wealth management advice. Paul is a graduate of Adelphi University with a BS in Management as well as an AAS degree from Five Towns College in Music Technology. Paul has been serving as an active Big since 2011. He has recently celebrated his 8th anniversary with his current match. He enjoys outdoor sports and playing drums in a couple of local bands. Paul has two children, Ashley and Reese and currently lives in Middle Island. Paul has been an active committee member for our Cruisin for Kids’ Sake Motorcycle Ride and has been instrumental in increasing awareness, funding support and involvement from the East End community. “I am so honored and grateful to help support the mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters on Long Island. Looking forward to working with a great group of dedicated professionals!” said Paul Moran.
Kristin Thorne is the Long Island correspondent for WABC-TV’s Eyewitness News. Kristin loves being involved with the Long Island community. She volunteers with the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Little Shelter Animal Rescue and Adoption Center and the Boy Scouts. She is a Eucharistic minister and lector at her church and was a former Big with Big Brothers Big Sisters.
“As a former Big Sister, I know firsthand the role a strong mentor can play in the life of a young person. I plan, by joining the Board, to extend the reach of the organization and inspire more people to become Big Brothers and Big Sisters.”
“We’re thrilled to have Kristin & Paul joining our Board of Directors. They each bring several years of leadership and support through their time on our Leadership Council and as a former and current BIG in our program. We know they will truly bring energy and new ideas to our Board.” said Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island CEO, Mark Cox.