Board of Education Members

2020-21 Scotia-Glenville Board of Education members

David J. Bucciferro


Telephone: 518-372-7299
Term Expires: 2023

David Bucciferro has filed to run for re-election
David Bucciferro

June 2020

David J. Bucciferro, of 323 Glen Avenue, is seeking a fourth term.

He was first elected in July 2011. He has served as board president
since July 2014.

He is a senior advisor for Foothold Technology. He previously worked for the NYS Office of Mental Health.

Bucciferro is a former president of the All Sports Booster Club.

A 33-year district resident, he holds a bachelor’s degree from Siena College and a certificate in psychiatric rehabilitation from Boston University Center.

He is married to Linda. Their family includes Erica, Bruce and Alex.

First elected: May 2011
Re-elected in May 2014, May 2017, June 2020
Elected president of the Board of Education in July 2014; 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
Elected vice president of the Board of Education in July 2013.

Daniel P. Feinberg

Vice President

Telephone: 518-810-1511
Term Expires: 2022

Dan Feinberg pic for papers
Daniel Feinberg

May 2019

Daniel P. Feinberg, of 218 North
Ballston Avenue, works as the manager of Campus Partnerships, State University of New York.

Feinberg holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Haverford College and a master’s degree in instructional design from George Mason University.

He served as vice president of the Board of Education this year and chaired the Audit Committee.

He has many seasons of volunteer soccer/basketball coaching for
youth sports. He is a Fulbright Memorial Fund Scholarship winner.

Feinberg and his wife, Stephanie, have two children: Sam, at the Middle School, and Cal, at Lincoln.

He has been a district resident for 14 years.

First elected: May 2013
Re-elected: 2016, 2019
Elected vice president: 2018, 2019, 2020

Pamela S. Carbone

Telephone: 518-346-3535
Term Expires: 2023

Board of Education member Pamela Carbone
Pamela Carbone

June 2020

Pamela S. Carbone, of 20 Vista Drive, is seeking a ninth term.

She was elected in 1996 and was board president from 2009 to 2014.

Carbone is a retired science teacher from Schenectady Schools.

A 35-year district resident, Carbone holds a bachelor’s degree in physics and mathematics from Transylvania University in Kentucky and a master’s degree in physics from Wright State University in Ohio.

She was an active PTA member for years.

Her son graduated from S-G; her grandchildren attend Lincoln and the high school.

First elected: May 1996
Re-elected in 1999, 2002, 2005, 2008, 2011, 2014, 2017, 2020
Elected president of the Board of Education 2009-2014.

Richard J. Frederick

Telephone: 518-280-6635/518-813-2399
Term Expires: 2023

Rick Frederick, new BOE memberJune 2020

Richard J. Frederick, of 15 Horstman Drive, is seeking a first term on the board.

He is a managing data scientist with Assurant Inc. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University at Albany.

A 40-year district resident, he is president of the Tartan Youth Lacrosse League and is active in the Tartan Youth Basketball recreational league. He is member of the Freemason Lodge 915 in Scotia and of the Glen-Worden PTA.

He and his wife, Sandy, have three children: Evan, grade 6 at the middle school and Charles, grade 4; and Ava, grade 2 at Glen-Worden.

First elected: June 2020

David M. Massaro

Telephone: 518-377-5734
Term Expires: 2021

David Massaro Board of Education member
David Massaro

May 2018

David M. Massaro, 29 Marion Boulevard, is an EMS captain with the Schenectady City Fire Department.

A 1994 graduate of Niskayuna High School, he holds an associate’s degree in emergency medicine from HVCC and associate degrees in fire protection technology and emergency management, both from SCCC.

He and his wife, Sherry, have two children: Ayla, a grade 6 student at the middle school, and Jacob, a grade 4 student at Sacandaga.

He is active in Scotia-Glenville Little League, Highland Soccer, Scotia-Glenville Youth Tartan Basketball, Scotia-Glenville Youth LaCrosse and Sacandaga Cub Scout Pack 3062.

First elected: May 2018

Harold “Hal” M. Talbot

Telephone: 518-265-2170
Term Expires: 2021

Hal Talbot Board of Education member
Hal Talbot

May 2018

Hal M. Talbot, 497 Church Road, is the general sales manager at Foggs Automotive in Burnt Hills.

He is a 1989 graduate of Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School and studied education and business at SUNY Albany.

He and his wife, Jodi, have two children: Dylan, a grade 9 student at the high school, and Austin, a grade 5 student at Glendaal.

He is a member of the Executive Board for Junior Tartan Football and a Junior Tartan Head Coach. He is a 40-year community member.

First elected: May 2018

Kimberly C. Talbot

Telephone: 518-487-9599
Term Expires: 2022

Kim Talbot pic for papers
Kim Talbot

May 2019

Kimberly C. Talbot of 105 Second Street, is a homemaker who studied elementary education, music education and fine arts at the Community College of Rhode Island.

She was a corporate trainer for seven years and an operations manager for five years.

Talbot, a 19-year district resident, is president of the Lincoln School PTA and vice president of the Scotia Rotary. She was a Founders Day recipient in 2016.

She and her husband, Joe, have three children: Zachary, at S-G High School, and Oliver and Calvin at Lincoln Elementary. Her husband, Joe, is a cousin to current Board of Education member Hal Talbot.

First elected: May 2019