At the Feb. 6 meeting, the Roslyn Landmark Society Board of Trustees voted to appoint Clifford Goldman as a trustee.
Goldman has been a Roslyn area resident for the past 33 years along with his wife Amy and two children.
Goldman ran a textile and wallcovering company servicing the commercial architectural and design community for 39 years here on Long Island.
As a graduate of Washington University in St Louis, he majored in history and discovered how preserving architecture and design strengthens communities.
Goldman also currently sits on the board of his company, Carnegie Fabrics, and the National Board of the Hydrocephalus Association, the largest non-profit which addresses the support, advocacy and research around the neurological condition.
Howard Kroplick, co-president of the Roslyn Landmark Society, commented “We are excited to be adding a new trustee to the Board with expertise in history and architecture. The passion Cliff has for history will be an asset to the organization.” Jordan Fensterman, vice president and board development chair of the Roslyn Landmark Society said “I am thrilled to welcome Cliff to the board of trustees. We look forward to working with him in our efforts to preserve the historic structures in and around the Roslyn community.”