Vincent Ginestre Named to NCCC Board of Trustees
February 11, 2012
Vincent R. Ginestre has been appointed by Governor Andrew Cuomo to a seat on the Niagara County Community College Board of Trustees. Ginestre’s seven-year term began in December and runs through June, 2018.
Mr. Ginestre is an Attorney in private practice concentrating in the areas of Surrogate’s Court, Family Law, Real Estate, Civil Litigation and Criminal Law. He has been in private practice since 1974, while simultaneously holding positions as a prosecutor in the City of North Tonawanda (1974-1977) and in different areas of specialty as an Assistant Niagara County Attorney (1977-2002). He is affiliated with the Erie and Niagara County Bar Associations, as well as the Bar Association of the Tonawandas.
Ginestre is a graduate of SUNY at Buffalo with a B.A. in History and the University of Notre Dame with a J.D. in Law. He was admitted to the bar in 1972.
Ginestre succeeds Robert Sdao, whose term expired in June of 2011, but served until his replacement was named by Governor Cuomo.
The NCCC Board of Trustees is comprised of 10 members, four of whom are appointed by the Governor, five of whom are appointed by the Niagara County Legislature and one student trustee who is annually elected by the student body.