Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP is pleased to announce that Andrea Harum Schiavoni has been appointed to the board of Recreational Arts, Inc., a nonprofit organization that provides affordable arts education for students. She has also been named board representative of the Long Island Musical Theatre Festival, a pre-professional program performed at Walt Whitman High School and Adelphi University, and an affiliate of Recreational Arts.
Of Counsel to the firm, Schiavoni focuses on commercial, family, and matrimonial mediation, real estate deals, and transactional matters for local East End businesses. In addition to her work with the firm, Schiavoni serves as Southampton Town Justice. She was elected in 2008 and re-elected for a second term in 2012. In 2010, she was appointed to establish a Justice Court in the Village of Sag Harbor and serve as its first justice and, in 2013, was appointed by then-Chief Administrative Judge A. Gail Prudenti to start a Veterans Treatment Court on the East End. She also speaks statewide as an authority in alternative dispute resolution and town and village court administration.
A resident of Sag Harbor, Schiavoni has supported the Long Island Musical Theatre Festival since its inaugural season in 2012, and her daughter, Anna, has performed in all of the festival productions.
In a press release issued by Recreational Arts, Festival Artistic Director Steven Altinel said, “We are grateful for the generous time and dedication that Andrea has provided to our festival. Her leadership on the board of Recreational Arts will undoubtedly raise our festival to a new level of excellence in the future, changing many young lives for the better.”