Tee, a business leader with more than 20 years of experience developing global products within Fortune 500 companies, is joining the hospital board.
Gerstein, a community leader with more than 40 years of experience leading charities, organizations and philanthropic ventures, is joining the health foundation board.
Both are residents of Alpine.
Englewood Health CEO Warren Geller welcomed both to the organization.
“We’re excited to add new talent to our governing boards,” he said. “Barine and Gayle both bring a unique vision that will no doubt assist in moving our mission forward.
“Their insight and guidance will allow us to build upon our medical excellence and innovate further to benefit the communities we serve.”
Tee’s career began in the Marine Corps, where he served as a sergeant. Tee went on to work with Goldman Sachs, where he ascended the ranks to vice president of core infrastructure within financial risk technology. Tee has spent the last 10 years with Google, currently serving as director of engineering for Google Finance.
Tee’s career reflects a dedication to technical innovation, scaling teams and launching novel ideas in various industries — all talents he intends to bring to his work with the hospital board. Tee graduated with a degree in computer science from New York University Polytechnic.
Gerstein currently serves as a trustee of various organizations, including the Kaplen Jewish Community Center, the United Jewish Appeal and the Jewish Home at Rockleigh.
Since 2005, she has served as a councilwoman of Alpine. She is also a liaison to the planning board of Alpine and has led fundraising efforts for the expansion of the Alpine school system. She has previously served as a member of the Englewood board of health and is currently on the committee of professional affairs.
Richard Lerner, chairman of the board of trustees of Englewood Health, welcomed them both.
“The appointment of our new trustees comes at a time of incredible growth for our organization,” he said. “We welcome both Barine and Gayle to our team, and look forward to collaborating with them on our upcoming endeavors.”
Michael Gutter, chairman of the board of trustees of the Englewood Health Foundation, agreed.
“We are confident that both Barine and Gayle will apply their vast talents garnered in the worlds of philanthropy and business to the mission of strengthening our health care system,” he said.