James W. Versocki

James W. Versocki serves as the Village of Sea Cliff representative on the Water Authority of the North Shore board and is currently an elected member of the Village of Sea Cliff Board of Trustees.

A seasoned labor and employment attorney based on Long Island, James began his legal career as an Assistant Attorney General in the New York State Office of the Attorney General’s Labor Bureau. During his tenure, he specialized in enforcing a wide range of labor and employment laws, handling complex civil and criminal white-collar prosecutions related to the construction industry. His focus included prevailing wage and wage-and-hour enforcement across New York State, leading to numerous criminal convictions, civil settlements, and the recovery of tens of millions of dollars for the residents of New York State.

James’ expertise provides him with a unique perspective on the construction industry and the application of New York State and Federal labor laws within it. His experience also enabled him to contribute to the drafting of proposed legislation and offer guidance to Department of Labor investigators in wage-and-hour enforcement matters.

In 2009, James was appointed to the New York State Restaurant and Hotel Industry Wage Board by then Commissioner of Labor M. Patricia Smith. The Board's efforts led to the consolidation of two separate industry wage orders into one, offering clear and concise guidance to both employees and employers.
Richard Arena

With a degree in computer science, a master’s in business administration, and a wealth of experience in information technology, Richard Arena brings essential expertise to WANS, enabling the organization to enhance its technical capabilities to serve the North Shore residents.

He is an expert in IT Audit, IT Risk Management, IT Governance, IT process improvement, regulatory compliance, and industry frameworks.

Richard has demonstrated leadership in global financial services institutions, big four consulting firms, a leading pharmaceutical company, and a global law firm.

In addition to his professional accomplishments, Richard is a dedicated volunteer firefighter for the Glenwood Fire Company.
James M. Greenberg

James is a proud alumni Skidmore College and Hofstra University School of Law. He is an attorney who has represented clients for 25 years on issues including immigration, domestic and inter-country adoption, citizenship and children and family issues. Since 2020, James has served as the coordinator for the Colombia adoption program for the Alliance for Children, Inc.

Recognized for his expertise in adoption matters, James has been a frequent speaker at prominent organizations, including the Nassau County Bar Association, New York City Bar Association, Long Island Adoptive Families Group, Adoptive Parents Committee (APC), American Infertility Association (AIA), Latin American Parents Association (LAPA), Adoption Expo I, II, III (Connecticut), and Jewish Child Care Association (JCCA).

Beyond his legal practice, James is deeply committed to family and community. He serves as a board member and the current Vice President of the Glen Cove Jr. Soccer League, earning the title of ‘Volunteer of the Year’ from the Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association in 2018. Additionally, he co-directs People Need Caring Inc. and actively contributes to the Skidmore College Alumni Admissions Contact Program.
Sandeep Kapoor

Sandeep Kapoor is a founding board member of the Water Authority of North Shore and represents the Village of Roslyn Harbor.

Sandeep is an assistant professor of medicine, emergency medicine and science education at the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, assistant vice president of addiction services for the Northwell Health Emergency Medicine Service Line and director of Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) at Northwell Health. He is the recipient of the 2020 Northwell Health President’s Award for Leadership and received the 2020 Outstanding Mentor Award by the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. Sandeep is passionate about motivating others to humanize and address substance use for the enhancement of patient care and organizational culture.
George Pombar

George Pombar is a leading advocate for municipalization of public drinking water and was appointed by the Town of Oyster Bay to serve on the Water Authority of the North Shore board.

George built his career in executive management in the financial services industry. He holds degrees in Accounting and Business Administration. Through his position at a leading New York bank and other institutions he has successfully managed acquisitions, negotiations, regulatory compliance matters, and budgets in excess of $50 million. George also served as President of Long Island Banking Compliance Association.

Throughout his life, George has exemplified being a leader in his community. He served as a former President of the North Shore Youth Soccer Club, President of the Todd Estates Civic Association in Glen Head, President of the Glen Head – Glenwood Landing Civic Council, Chairman and founder of the North Shore Concerned Citizens group and was a three-term elected trustee with the North Shore School Board.
John Vasilakis

John Vasilakis , a 23-year-resident of the North Shore, serves as the Chairman of the Finance Committee of the Water Authority of North Shore. He is a graduate of Northeastern University, holding a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. With years of experience in the Audit and Tax departments of several small to medium CPA firms, John developed a keen interest in real estate and decided to specialize in property management.

Dedicating his free time to community service, John currently serves as a Trustee for the Village of Old Brookville. Prior to this role, he contributed to the community by serving on the Zoning Board for two years and the Board of Ethics for five years. John's deep concern for the North Shore community, coupled with his expertise in accounting and property management, drives his commitment to preserving the quality of life and affordability of the North Shore.