Stuart Richner is President and Publisher of Richner Communications, Inc., a Long Island-based community newspaper owned by the Richner family since 1964. Under Stuart’s leadership, the organization has grown to include 32 local publications reaching approximately 350,000 Long Island homes each week, including Herald Community Newspapers, PrimeTime, The Oyster Bay Guardian, Xpress Coups and The Jewish Star. Stuart also oversees Richner Printing, LLC, a commercial printer based in Garden City, New York, specializing in newspaper and high-volume corporate printing and mailing. Mr. Richner is an active member of the board of the PAGE Cooperative, the nation’s largest member-owned purchasing cooperative of independent newspaper groups and serves on the board of the New York Press Association, a network of more than 800 community newspapers published in New York. Stuart serves on the board of directors of Island Harvest, Long Island’s largest hunger-relief organization, American Red Cross on Long Island and Long Island Association, the leading organization for business on Long Island supporting regional development and job creation. He also sits on the board of the Rockville Centre Education Foundation that provides financial and creative support to the local public schools. Stuart resides on Long Island with his wife Nancy, with whom he has three grown children.