BJ Intini has a Bachelor of Art degree from SUNY at Stony Brook in Fine Art and Art History and studied sculpture in Italy. Ms. Intini was the Assistant to the Executive Director of Gallery North from 2001 – 2009. Since 2003 she has been the President of the Farmingville Historical Society and has written grants and been responsible for the restoration of the Bald Hill School in Farmingville. She has partnered with other Farmingville organizations to open of the 102 acre Farmingville Hills Park, and redesign and construct the Farmingville-Holtsville Veterans Memorial Site. She is one of the founders of the Reboli Center in Stonybrook and the Reboli Atelier in St. James.
Michael Sweeney’s love of history started back in the 3rd grade when a teacher assigned the class a family tree project to identify each student’s grandparents. With the help of his grandmother, Michael went back 6 generations. In high school, Michael was involved with Napolionic war gaming as well as other historical board games. A former Director of the Long Island Fencing Club and fencing instructor, Michael is currently a member of the 9th Virginia Co. C Civil War Re-enactment Group. For the last 4 years he has been involved with the Farmingville Historical Society holding an Encampment at the Terry House and Ball Hill School House. As Vice President of the Farmingville Historical Society, Michael hopes to grow this event and expand the Society as a whole.
Jennifer is a mom of 3 and business and marketing strategist with more than 25 years experience. Her career began at JPMorgan Chase where she held various strategic marketing and business development roles. Through her strategic marketing consulting practice, Jennifer has consulted for startups, solo entrepreneurs, small businesses, not-for-profits, and large corporations. Jennifer has always remained connected to her local community and has a passion for health and wellness, agriculture, animals, and local history. She actively supports the following not-for-profits: Community Growth Center, Farmingville Historical Society and Hobbs Community Farm
Marisa is a 31-year resident of Farmingville. She has a BS in Communication Arts with a Concentration in Business/Marketing from St. John’s University. After several years as the Assistant Promotions Director at WRCN/WLVG FM Radio, she is currently the Office/Sales Coordinator for ACE Marketing & Promotions- Eastern Office, located in Farmingville. As a Founding member of FarmingvilleRocks, a Secretary of the Farmingville Historical Society, Membership Director for the Farmingville Hills Chamber, and a Director in the Farmingville Residents Association, Marisa is dedicated to making Farmingville the absolute best place to live and work it can possibly be. She also sits on the Farmingville Citizens Advisory Committee, and Brookhaven Anti-Graffiti Committee.