If the job of the Police Accountability Board’s members is to set the vision for the Board’s work, the job of the Board’s staff is to execute that vision. The law says the Board’s staff are responsible for managing the day-to-day work of the agency. The Board’s staff have to undergo extensive training to understand all parts of policing, public safety, and Rochester’s communities.

The Board is currently looking to hire people with a wide range of backgrounds and talents to join our team. The Board is looking to hire people that reflect the diversity of Rochester and are committed to both our community and our mission. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, the Board strongly encourages people of color, people with disabilities, veterans, women, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender, and gender non-conforming persons to apply.

Staff Members

Conor Dwyer Reynolds

Executive Director

Conor Dwyer Reynolds is a Rochester native and graduate of the University of Rochester and Yale Law School. Conor worked for President Obama at the White House and on the Obama-Biden campaign. In his legal career, Conor has sued banks to protect homeowners from foreclosure, served as a law clerk to the Hon. Carlton W. Reeves, and ran Yale's Environmental Protection Clinic. During his time at the Clinic, Conor led a project to address the racist legacy of racially restrictive covenants in Monroe County.

Rosabel Antonetti

Chief of Operations

Rosabel Antonetti is a graduate of Monroe Community College and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems from Rochester Institute of Technology, along with a certificate in Nonprofit Management from St. John Fisher College. She most recently served as the Resource Development Manager at the PathStone Foundation, a not-for-profit community development organization, dedicated to eliminating poverty and strengthening families and individuals. In that role, Rosabel was responsible for managing the Foundation’s operational budget, donor relations, and coordinating various fundraising activities. Rosabel is a passionate and committed leader in diversity and inclusion who has served on several boards and committees. Rosabel is a graduate of the Latino Leadership Development Program with the United Way.

Natalie Banks

Chief of Public Affairs

Natalie Banks holds a Master’s degree in Strategic Leadership from Roberts Wesleyan College and a Bachelor’s degree in Public Communications from Buffalo State College. She has extensive experience in strategic planning, communications, community engagement and anti-racism. Ms. Banks formerly served as Program Manager of the Facing Race, Embracing Equity (FR=EE) initiative where she was responsible for coordinating the work of the working groups charged with addressing racism and equity across Rochester in the areas of health, education, employment, criminal justice and housing. Natalie, a 2015 graduate of the United Way's African American Leadership Development Program (AALDP) is an equity strategist, anti-racism trainer and a certified Leadership Coach. Natalie is also a proud member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated.