The Chapel Restoration board has appointed Kevin Fortuna to its advisory board. Fortuna is co-founder and original CEO of Lot18. A media and start-up veteran with deal-making and C-level management experience at both Fortune 500 and smaller companies, he is the former CEO of Quigo, an advertising technology company that was sold to AOL Time Warner in 2007.

He was also founder and managing partner of Dedalus Capital, a boutique M&A consultancy and venture firm, and before that was a key operating and business development executive at two IPO-track Internet companies: Juno Online Services and NBC Internet (formerly CNET/Snap.com).

“Kevin will bring absolutely invaluable strategic thinking and direction to our organization, and we are very grateful for his interest,” said Michael J. Armstrong, board president.

A graduate summa cum laude from Georgetown University and a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Fortuna has served or currently serves on the boards of directors of Jumptap, Dedalus Enterprises, Geist Media, Fameball, Concern Worldwide and Moose Riverkeeper, and the advisory boards of Outbrain, Taboola, ShareThis, HopStop and Snooth. He lives with his family in Cold Spring.

The Chapel Restoration is a Greek Revival landmark on the banks of the Hudson River in Cold Spring. A prized venue for weddings and other special events, it also hosts the Sunday Music Series and Sunset Reading Series and offers various programs for children. Cared for and administered by an all-volunteer board, the chapel was built in 1833 and has no religious affiliation.

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