McDermott + Bull has successfully placed Christopher Cardone as the Chief Financial Officer at Sunnyside Community Services (SCS). Christopher will oversee the fiscal planning and management of SCS’s combined $60 million budget for community programs and the Homecare program. Working closely with the Board of Directors and senior management team, he will lead financial planning, budget development, cash management, and reporting to ensure fiscal integrity and strategic financial oversight across the organization.

Christopher brings a robust background in healthcare and nonprofit financial management, most recently as Chief Financial Officer at Visiting Nurse Services in Westchester. With deep expertise in financial operations management, strategic planning, and system enhancements, he is well-equipped to support SCS’s mission to provide comprehensive support services across Queens. He holds a Master of Business Administration from Southern New Hampshire University and a Bachelor of Business Administration from the State University of New York at Oswego.

Sunnyside Community Services is a pivotal nonprofit organization based in Queens, New York, dedicated to empowering families and individuals of all ages and backgrounds. Serving over 16,000 people annually, SCS offers a broad range of programs from early childhood education to senior care, focusing on helping individuals achieve their aspirations through an integrated continuum of services. SCS serves a diverse community throughout Queens with programs that range from pre-K to college and career readiness, home care and home health aide training, Beacon and Cornerstone community centers for children and families, a vibrant older adult center and full range of services for at-risk older people including social adult day care for individuals with Alzheimer’s, and a city-wide program of supportive services for those who care for them.

This search was completed by McDermott + Bull Partner Sue Waterbury, Executive Recruiter Mary Heimen, and Research Associate Aaron Bennett.