Advisory Board

Ferrandino & Son’s Advisory Board provides industry leadership across a variety of verticals. Their mandate is to develop strategic solutions leveraging their specific market knowledge. Ferrandino & Son’s Advisory Board members are comprised of leading edge professionals from healthcare, retail, financial services, grocery, telecommunications and hotels and restaurants.

Jon Gaiman
Executive Director- Retail Divison

Jon Gaiman brings a wealth of experience in the real estate, construction, and acquisition space, playing a significant role with both Starbucks and Dunkin Brands.  Early in his career, Gaiman was tasked with leading Starbucks expansion from a primarily West Coast based footprint into what is now the dominant coffee brand on the East Coast.  With Dunkin Brands, he led a national expansion, adding more than 3,000 locations through an aggressive real estate and construction strategy.

Gaiman is expected to take an active role in the recently expanded service lines, including construction services, signage and the industries only “boots on the ground” national paving solution.

Joshua Neil Kugler M.D
Executive Director- Healthcare Divison

Dr. Kugler currently holds the title of Chairman, Department of Emergency Medicine for Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital in Oceanside, NY and Regional Medical Director for Island Medical Management. In addition to serving a residency at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, Dr. Kugler also completed an Emergency Medicine Residency, as a Chief Resident at New York University School of Medicine/North Shore University Hospital. Dr. Kugler also has a Masters Degree in Healthcare Management from Harvard University.

Dr. Kugler will take an active role in program structure and design while hoping to push the healthcare industry as a whole to adopt more stringent guidelines in delivering a more-consistent experience for their patients across the country.  He sees Ferrandino & Son as being a critical player in this initiative due to their reach across a variety of patient-facing facility services.

Corey Roberts
Executive Director- Private Equity Division

Corey Roberts is the CEO and Founding Partner of Talent Equity Group (TEG), a leading provider of enterprise talent solutions for the Private Equity sector. Corey has 30+ years of experience as a trusted advisor and partner to Private Equity firms and CEO’s that rely on superior talent and the related processes involved as the foundation from which their investments and portfolio businesses can execute their strategy and outperform competition. Corey and his team have contributed to the success of 100’s of businesses across multiple industry sectors both domestically and internationally.

Corey is an industry expert and thought leader on how talent strategy impacts culture, customer experience, and contributes directly to business outcomes and the success of all people driven organizations.

Former Advisory Board

Former Advisory Board

In Memoriam of

Clark Gillies
Executive Director- Northeast Real Estate Division

Clark Gillies served as Executive Director- Northeast Real Estate Division for Ferrandino and Son advisory board until his passing on January 21st, 2022. Mr. Gillies began his career in 1974 with the New York Islanders, drafted 4th overall in the NHL Draft.  His career spanned 958 games where he scored 319 goals, had 378 assists and received the highest honor in the game, being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2002. Upon leaving the NHL, Mr. Gillies entered the financial services industry and was a significant influencer in the real estate market across all of New England. During this time he began The Clark Gillies Foundation, a non-profit corporation developed to help children who are physically, developmentally and/or financially challenged. To describe the lasting effect he had on those he engaged with, after his passing all members of the Islanders worn his number 9 on their jersey. A number that the Islanders retired in 1996. The Huntington Hospital Pediatric Unit has been named after Clark and his foundation, which raised millions of dollars for Huntington hospital.