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Anderson Center for Autism taps Paul as new CEO

Date January 3, 2017

STAATSBURG – The Anderson Center for Autism Board of Trustees has named Patrick Paul as the agency’s new executive director/CEO. Paul, who is currently chief operating officer, succeeds Neil Pollack, who is retiring as CEO.

Board Chairman Eric Gorman said Paul has been “integral to the progress” of the Anderson Center since 2000. He has held the positions of corporate controller, corporate compliance officer, chief financial officer and chief operating officer.

The center said Paul, a New Paltz resident, brings “a diverse and successful background to the post. He previously worked in banking, investment management, public accounting, the IRS and the State Police.

Gorman said working with Paul, the executive team and Board of Trustees, “the next few years will see Anderson expanding its programs and geographical reach to meet the growing challenges of providing a life of quality to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder.”