Douglas Carney is a Registered Architect in PA and MA and a former member of the Architect’s Licensure Board in Pennsylvania; he is certified by the National Council of Architects Registrations Boards. Carney has earned his MBA from Eastern University Summa Cum Laude and his Bachelor’s of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University with honors. Carney is the Senior Vice President for Real Estate and Facilities, System Chief Facilities Officer at Mount Sinai Health System – Ichan School of Medicine and held a similar position at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Prior to joining The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, he managed the fiscal planning, operational, capital budgeting, and cost control efforts for over $900 million in new construction and for $8 million dollars annual operating budgets in facilities and real estate management.
Carney’s service interests include serving 24 years in roles including President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer for the Springfield School Board and led the Capital Program Committee, completing the first K-1 Literacy Center educational building designed to reflect specific curriculum pedagogy for literacy instruction and qualifying for a LEED Gold rating. This advanced the nationally recognized Literacy Program begun in 2000 when Carney was Board President. He has also served as Treasurer and Chairman of the YMCA Operating Board outside Philadelphia.