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Carol Napierski
Business Phone: 518-449-7551

Carol Napierski is the Senior Director of Administration for New York State Association of Community and Residential Agencies (NYSARCA).  One of Ms. Napierski’s primary responsibilities at NYSACRA is project management of the Balancing Incentive Program grant (BIP). Carol is one of the Co-directors of the Housing Resource Center.

Before her time at NYSACRA, Ms. Napierski was the Executive Director of New York Medical Equipment Providers Association for 10 years, a trade association representing durable medical equipment providers.

In addition, Ms. Napierski has, more than 20 years’ of experience in the field of intellectual and development disabilities and has worked in various positions including Special Educator, Behaviorist, Assistant Director of Day Treatment and Clinical Manager of an Article 28 Diagnostic and Treatment Center.

Ms. Napierski holds a Master’s degree in Special Education and a MBA certificate in Managing a non-for-profit organization 

John Maltby
John Maltby spent 36 years on Wall Street before leaving the industry in 2007. He was graduated with an M.S. from the Columbia University School of Social Work in May 2009, and currently serves as the Director of Community Supports and Services at Westchester Institute for Human Development in Valhalla NY.

John’s particular focus for the last several years has been on providing housing options for people with intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. He is the author of the “Housing Resource Guide” and the “Report to the Housing Task Force” both of which are in wide use in the State, and he is the creator of the Housing Navigator training program. John is co-director of the newly created Housing Resource Center.

John is Assistant Professor, Institute of Public Health at New York Medical College. He has served as an Adjunct professor at Columbia University in both the Business school and the School of Social Work.

John is an advocate for his son and for all people with disabilities, and has served on local and national boards of provider and advocacy agencies for many years.

Carol Napierski
New York Housing Resource Center