The Manufacturing Business Climate on Long Island With Patrick D. Boyle
March 3 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am EST
56 Veterans Memorial Hwy
Commack, NY 11725
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Patrick serves as the Executive Director of IgniteLI, the Manufacturing Consortium of Long Island, which supports and advocates for the regions manufacturing sectors. In this role he acts as the voice for industry
and collaborates with other non-profits across the region to bring benefits, business, and opportunity to Long Island’s industrial sectors.
Patrick comes from government, having previously served in the New York State Senate as the Director of its “Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs” Committee as well as the Deputy Chief of Staff for the Third Senate District. In these roles, he worked to ensure New York’s First Responders could anticipate and react to threats or natural disasters by working with industry experts to craft meaningful legislation designed to bring real solutions. He worked together with veterans’ groups to protect the governmental services they deserve, finally, he led a team of governmental professionals who brought services to Long Island communities and worked with our Counties, Towns Villages and nonprofits to help them better serve their various constituents.
Before his time in the Senate, Patrick served as the Executive Assistant to the Supervisor of the Town of Islip.
There, he worked with FEMA, The U.S. Coast Guard the American Red Cross and many other agencies and non-governmental organizations during Superstorm Sandy and the recovery period that followed. He became
the Supervisors intermediary between the Town of Islip and every level of Government. During this period Patrick served as the President of LIincs, “Long Island Incorporated”, millennial run think
tank dedicated to promoting and supporting Long Island’s growth, sustainability and development while acting as the voice for young Long Islanders.
Patrick graduated from The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Military Affairs. He is currently a student at Long Island University’s Homeland Security and Terrorism Institute where he is focusing on cyber security policy and emergency services.