James CarnicelliBoard of Health Member --
James E. Carnicelli
Vice President, 1994 to 2011
Appointed: July 7, 1980
Term Expires: December  31, 2024
At-Large Representative

James E. Carnicelli joined the Board of Health in 1980.

As an owner and founder of Carnell Associates in 1969, Mr. Carnicelli is a civil engineer, who, along with his staff of engineers and environmental technicians, have engaged in residential and commercial building inspections, engineering consulting and forensic engineering studies in the tri-state area. Carnell also investigates environmental concerns such as water, lead paint, radon gas, mold and other environmental issues.
As an engineer, Mr. Carnicelli focuses on the importance of public health in Westchester and the safety of the residents of the County.
Prior to forming his own company, Mr. Carnicelli was employed by the Federal Power Commission as a Hydraulic Engineer and afterwards with Turner Construction Company as a field engineer.

After graduating from The Citadel - the military college of South Carolina - as a First Lieutenant, Mr. Carnicelli served as an officer in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers airborne division.

In 1971, he earned an MBA at Iona College in New Rochelle.

As president for three terms and then member of the Board of Trustees of the Hudson Valley Leukemia Society of America, Mr. Carnicelli made a positive contribution to the effort to eradicate this disease for children as well as adults. He is also past National Secretary of the American Society of Home Inspectors as well as past present of the Metropolitan Chapter.

Since 1967, Mr. Carnicelli has lived with his wife Evelyn in Scarsdale. They have eight grandchildren.