Board of Trustees
Brendan T. Byrne
James J. Florio
Thomas H. Kean
Christine Todd Whitman
Peter S. Reinhart Esq., Chairman
Kislak Real Estate Institute
Peter Reinhart joined Monmouth University as director of the Kislak Real Institute in August 2011. He was formerly senior vice president and general counsel at Hovnanian Enterprises Inc. He is a past president of the New Jersey Builders Association. Mr. Reinhart has written articles for several trade publications including Housing New Jersey Dimensions, Tri-State Real Estate Journal and New Jersey Lawyer. He has lectured for the Institute of Continuing Legal Education, the New Jersey Builders Association, the National Association of Home Builders, the New Jersey League of Municipalities, Rutgers-Camden School of Law and the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University. He was instrumental in rewriting the access code used by the New Jersey Department of Transportation.
Steven D. Weinstein Esq., Vice Chairman
Vice President and General Counsel
Steven D. Weinstein in December of 2012 joined Rowan University as Vice President and General Counsel. He previously worked at the law firm of Florio Perrucci Steinhardt & Fader, L.L.C. as a partner where he focused his practice on complex commercial litigation before state, federal and administrative courts; resolution of issues with local and state governmental agencies; and redevelopment and public finance matters. He also serves as special counsel to a number of governmental entities. A former partner at Blank Rome, Mr. Weinstein is certified as a New Jersey State and Federal Mediator. He has additional concentrations in public finance practice, in local and state redevelopment and incentives and in administrative and government relations matters. He served as counsel for Camden County and as legislative aide to Assemblyman James J. Florio. He currently serves on the Haddonfield Board of Education.
Kathleen Ellis, Secretary
Chief Operating Officer
New Jersey Natural Gas
Kathleen Ellis joined New Jersey Resources (NJR) in 2004 and is responsible for the delivery of energy and customer service to residential and business customers. She also oversees the development and implementation of marketing strategy and new business development, long- and short-term communication, regulatory, government relations and environmental policies and strategies, and the development and implementation of all customer and community relations programs. Before joining NJR, Ms. Ellis was director of communications for Gov. James E. McGreevey. She also served as director of government relations and communications for Public Service Electric and Gas. She is president of the Board of Directors for 180 Turning Lives Around, and is a board member of PAM’s List-New Jersey, the New Jersey League of Municipalities Educational Foundation and the New Jersey State Board of Social Work Examiners. She also serves on the advisory board of Interfaith Neighbors, Inc., in Asbury Park.
Raymond (Lee) Wasman, Treasurer
Director, New Jersey State Relations
Atlantic City Electric
Raymond (Lee) Wasman is responsible for local government and community relations at Atlantic City Electric, where he was formerly a regional account manager for the company’s Atlantic region. He also served as a manager of public relations and communications for Conectiv’s Mid-Merit Power Plant projects in the mid-Atlantic Region. Mr. Wasman currently serves as president of the board of the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Foundation, and as a board member of the Greater Atlantic City Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the Ocean County Emergency Management Council, which meets regularly to discuss emergency management policy for the county as well as county emergency preparedness. Mr. Wasman also represents Atlantic City Electric on the New Jersey CleanPower Coalition.
Henry A. Coleman Ph.D.
Professor of Public Policy
Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning & Public Policy
Henry Coleman is a professor of public policy at Rutgers University’s Bloustein School’s of Planning and Public Policy. He previously served as a Brookings Economic Policy Fellow, which he spent in the Office of Policy Development and Research at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). He also served as a senior economist in the Office of the Chief Economist at the U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO). His federal government service also included service as the director of Government Finance Research at the U.S. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (ACIR). Dr. Coleman served as the executive director of the New Jersey State and Local Expenditure and Revenue Policy (SLERP) Commission. He also served state government as the assistant director of operations and research at the Office of State Planning and as a senior policy adviser in Governor James J. Florio’s Office of Management and Policy.
James G. Gilbert
Managing Director — Investments
Wealth Management Advisor
At Merrill Lynch, James Gilbert is a Managing Director-Wealth Management in Morristown, NJ. He is currently on the boards of New Jersey Planning Officials and the New Jersey Highlands Coalition.He formerly served as chair of the New Jersey State Planning Commission (1986-1995) and was a member of the Joint Advisory Board, Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy/The Center for Urban Policy Research, Rutgers University (1992-1998); Ad Hoc Committee to Draft State Planning Act (1984); and Ad Hoc Committee to Draft Fair Housing Act (1984). He was president of the NJ Federation of Planning from 1981 to 1983, and chairman and member of the Englewood Planning Board from 1970 to 1983.
Jane M. Kenny
Owner and Managing Partner
The Whitman Strategy Group, LLC
The recipient of numerous national awards for her work in revitalizing cities, Jane Kenny’s experience includes high-level management positions in the private sector and in several complex and diverse government agencies. She served as regional administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), overseeing the agency’s work in New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. She previously served as Commissioner of the state Department of Community Affairs, where her initiatives included creating new urban redevelopment programs, encouraging sensible state planning, establishing the nation’s first building rehabilitation code, broadening neighborhood revitalization programs, promoting shared local services to benefit taxpayers and financing a record number of affordable housing units. Ms. Kenny is on the board of directors of New Jersey Resources. She is a Visiting Associate at Eagleton Institute, Rutgers University and was selected by New Jersey Governor-Elect Chris Christie to serve as an advisor on his transition team.
Susan S. Lederman Ph.D.
Susan Lederman has been on the faculty at Kean University since 1977. She was the founding executive director of the Gateway Institute for Regional Development and has served as director of Kean’s Master of Public Administration Program. Dr. Lederman is a past president of the League of Women Voters of the United States (1990-1992) and served as the president of the New Jersey League of Women Voters from 1985 to 1989. She chaired the Local Government Expenditure and Finance Task Force of the New Jersey State and Local Expenditure and Revenue Policy Commission (SLERP) from 1985 to 1988 and also was a member of the Local Expenditure Limitations Technical Review Commission. She is co-author of the book, Elections in America: Control and Influence in Democratic Politics. A former president of the Northeastern Political Science Association, she has also served on the Council on New Jersey Affairs, Princeton University; as a commissioner of the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC); and as director of the Alliance for Health Reform.
David F. Moore
Executive Director (retired)
New Jersey Conservation Foundation
Dave Moore was executive director of the New Jersey Conservation Foundation from 1969-1999 and is now serving on the organization’s Board of Trustees. He is also currently a member of the Board of Trustees of the Pinelands Preservation Alliance and the Delaware River Mill Society. He has served on numerous other nonprofits throughout his career, including the New Jersey Natural Lands Trust, New Jersey Tidelands Resource Council, New Jersey Natural Areas Council, New Jersey Recycling Forum, Council on New Jersey Affairs, the state’s Waterfowl Advisory Committee, Natural Area Council in Washington, D.C. and the Stockton Alliance.
Ingrid W. Reed
New Jersey Future Senior Fellow
New Jersey Project, Eagleton Institute of Politics
Ingrid Reed formerly directed the Eagleton New Jersey Project, an initiative designed to reinforce and expand the contributions of Rutgers’ Eagleton Institute of Politics to the governance and politics of its home state. She writes columns on New Jersey politics for numerous publications and is frequently interviewed for analysis of New Jersey politics by state, national and international media. Ms. Reed has a wide range of experience in state politics and planning, governance and community affairs. She has served on the New Jersey planning committee for implementing the federal Help America Vote Act; as chair of the Capital City (Trenton) Redevelopment Corp.; as a founder and board member of New Jersey Future; and as a trustee of the Community Foundation of New Jersey. Before joining the Eagleton Institute, she was vice president for public affairs and corporate secretary of The Rockefeller University in New York City, and assistant dean of Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, where she also directed the Rockefeller Public Service Awards Program.
Senior Vice President, Community Development Banking
William Best joined PNC Bank in September 2003 as senior vice president, Northeast Territory Manager, Community Development Banking in its East Brunswick office. He is responsible for the bank’s commitment toward the growth and prosperity of the low-moderate income segments and its communities, including community and economic development corporations, small businesses and women- and minority-owned enterprises in northern and central New Jersey and northeastern Pennsylvania. He came to PNC from his position as executive director of the New Jersey Redevelopment Authority, where he served for six years in three administrations. His 20+ years of experience in banking and business were acquired through an executive banking career during which he developed, managed and supervised lending programs for the impacted communities and major financial services institutions.
Executive Managing Director
Biggins Lacy Shapiro & Co., LLC
Jay Biggins manages Biggins Lacy Shapiro & Company’s national account corporate relationships, advising clients on relocation strategies, managing major projects involving complex multi-jurisdictional competitive strategies (employing non-traditional incentives such as land assemblage and development approvals) and developing innovative incentives structures to facilitate client objectives. He also serves as an adviser to public-sector economic development organizations on incentives strategies. Before founding BLS, Mr. Biggins was senior vice president and CFO of the real estate subsidiary of the Dyson-Kissner-Moran Corp. He previously served as executive director of New York City’s Office of Economic Development, and later was appointed commissioner of Ports, International Trade & Commerce.
Dorothy P. Bowers
Vice President of Environmental Policy (retired)
Merck & Co.
Dorothy Bowers, a chemical engineer, was vice president of Environmental Policy when she retired from Merck & Co., Inc. at the end of 1999 after 25 years with the company. At Merck, she led the development of the environmental department and initiated public environmental reporting beginning in the early 1990s, which led to the company’s first Sustainability Report. She recently completed a three-year term as chair of the National Advisory Council on Environmental Policy and Technology, the technology/policy advisory council for the administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). She also continues her pioneering role in the development of environmental management systems.
Anthony J. (Skip) Cimino
Senior Executive Vice President
Skip is a Senior Executive Vice President at Kaufman-Zita Group. Before joining Kaufman-Zita Group in 2015, Skip was the president and chief executive officer for the Robert Wood Johnson Hospital in Hamilton. He also served on the board of directors for RWJ Health System and the Lakeview Child Centers, which are affiliated with the hospital. Prior to joining the Robert Wood Johnson Hospital, Mr. Cimino was president of CMX, an engineering firm, and was the president of a successful retail business, Cimino Enterprises, Inc. He has served in a number of governmental positions. He served on Gov. James McGreevey’s transition team and is a former state commissioner of personnel. Mr. Cimino also served in the New Jersey General Assembly from 1988 to 1992.
Lawrence M. DiVietro Jr.
Land Dimensions Engineering
Mr. DiVietro has 27 years of experience in land use management, site development, design land planning, land surveying and management. He founded Land Dimensions in 1979 and the firm has developed a reputation for designing projects that meet the changing demands of planning and regulatory agencies, as well as accommodating changing social, economic and environmental trends. He is a president of the board of trustees of the Gloucester County YMCA; a member and past president of the board of the Gloucester County College Foundation; a trustee of the Southern New Jersey Development Council; and a past trustee of Rowan University. He is a Licensed Professional Land Surveyor and Professional Planner in the State of New Jersey and Certified Member of the American Institute of Certified Planners.
Franzini Consulting LLC
Ms. Franzini’s firm provides assistance with real estate development projects; identifies local, state and federal incentives to fill funding gaps; and assists economic development organizations with their review of programs and developments. Ms. Franzini served as chief executive officer of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) from January 1994 until October 2012. During that time she served as chairwoman of the state’s Urban Enterprise Zone Authority, vice chairwoman of the New Jersey Schools Development Authority, and president of the Corporation for Business Assistance in New Jersey. Ms. Franzini currently serves on the board of directors of NJM Insurance Group, Horizon Blue Cross NJ Foundation Board, LeadNJ, New Jersey Community Development Corporation and the NJ Alliance for Action.
Robert S. Goldsmith Esq.
Partner, Real Estate Department & Chair, Redevelopment Practice Group
Greenbaum Rowe Smith & Davis LLP
Mr. Goldsmith is a partner in the real estate department of Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP, where he chairs the Redevelopment Practice Group. His practice focuses on redevelopment, transit-oriented development, downtown revitalization, project financing and incentives, green building and public-private partnerships. He also has broad experience in complex commercial litigation, construction litigation and appellate work. He has counseled and consulted with both developers and municipalities for numerous redevelopment projects throughout the state and over 30 Special Improvement Districts. In addition, he has developed and teaches a redevelopment law course at Rutgers Law School-Newark and at the Kislak Real Estate Institute at Monmouth University, and he is a frequent lecturer on the topics of redevelopment and mixed-use developments. He is president of Downtown New Jersey.
President and Chief Executive Officer
New Jersey Utilities Association
Andrew Hendry is president and chief executive officer of the New Jersey Utilities Association, a statewide trade association for investor-owned utilities that provide water, wastewater, electric, natural gas and telecommunications services to New Jersey residents and businesses. Since 1992, Hendry has held numerous legislative and government positions, including positions in the Office of Legislative Services, the Department of Education and the New Jersey Assembly Majority Office. Prior to the joining New Jersey Utilities Association he served as the executive director of the New Jersey Senate Majority, where he worked closely with legislative leaders, the governor and the governor’s senior staff to craft major pieces of legislation, including the annual Appropriations Act.
Executive Vice President
Robert Iacullo has overall responsibility for supporting the regulated and environmental services business lines for United Water’s water and wastewater businesses across the nation. He previously served as chief operating officer of United Water, chief operating officer of the regulated segment, president of the New York/New Jersey Metro Region, vice president of United Waterworks and vice president of regulatory business. Before joining United Water, Iacullo was a rate analyst with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities. Iacullo is a commissioner of the New Jersey Water Supply Authority, a member of the board of directors of the U.S. Water Alliance, the New Jersey Utilities Association and the National Association of Water Companies, of which he was also previously president. He serves on the boards of the Bergen County United Way, the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey and Choose New Jersey. He is a trustee of Montclair State University and a member of the university’s School of Business Advisory Board.
Director of Housing and Economic Development
City of Trenton
Native Trentonian Monique King-Viehland has more than a decade of experience in community and economic development, primarily in the area of real estate development. Previously she was president and chief executive officer of Campus Gateway Development, Inc., a subsidiary of NJIT, where she was responsible for the implementation and management of the Campus Gateway Redevelopment Project, a $1.3 billion project aimed at transforming the neighborhood around NJIT into a vibrant, mixed-use district that would attract new residents and additional development. Mrs. King-Viehland managed the project from pre-development through groundbreaking. Ms. King-Viehland has also held positions as president of E2 Consulting, LLC, a real estate development consulting firm; director of housing for the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh; and a housing development specialist for the Mon Valley Initiative. Ms. King-Viehland is a 2010 Leadership Trenton Fellow, a former member of the I Am Trenton Community Foundation Board of Trustees and a former member of the Trenton Downtown Association Board of Directors.
Vice President of Operations
In her role as vice president for operations at Pennrose, she provides strategic direction and day-to day administration of the development company. Prior to joining Pennrose, Lopa served as deputy chief of staff to then-Secretary Donovan at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, where she was responsible for managing and coordinating HUD’s programs and policies in conjunction with the agency’s budgeting, legislative and external affairs divisions. She worked closely with the White House and executives of other agencies and private organizations to advance HUD’s mission and the Obama administration’s policy goals. Also while at HUD, Lopa was active in the federal taskforce for Hurricane Sandy and led efforts to establish its operation in New Jersey. Prior to her tenure at HUD, Lopa served as the assistant state treasurer for economic development for the State of New Jersey. Lopa also served as director of housing and community resources for the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs. Prior to working at the DCA, Lopa was policy director at the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency. Lopa began her career in the affordable housing industry as a program officer at the Fannie Mae Foundation in Washington, D.C.
Jack Lettiere Consulting, LLC
Jack Lettiere is the president of Jack Lettiere Consulting, LLC, which was formed in February 2007 to provide diverse management consulting services to transportation owners, operators, developers and builders to meet changing needs of clients. Mr. Lettiere served as Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) from December 2002 through January 2006. His duties included chairing the Board of Directors of the New Jersey Transit Corporation and the New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund Authority. He also served on the boards of the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, the South Jersey Transportation Authority, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, the New Jersey Redevelopment Authority and the New Jersey Ethics Commission. In 2005, Mr. Lettiere served as president of the American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO), the nation’s premier organization for setting transportation policy direction and standards.
Joseph J. Maraziti Jr. Esq.
Maraziti Falcon LLP
Joseph Maraziti is a partner in the law firm of Maraziti, Falcon, LLP, located in Short Hills. He represents both public and private sector clients in regulatory, transactional and litigation matters having local and national significance. Mr. Maraziti served from 1998 to 2002 as chairman of the New Jersey State Planning Commission, which adopted the State Development and Redevelopment Plan in March 2001. In this role, he worked with the governor’s cabinet and local communities to ensure that development and redevelopment in the state enhances the quality of life. He has served on the Supreme Court of New Jersey Committee on Environmental Litigation; was the founding chair of the Morris County Bar Association Environmental Law Committee; and is an associate of the Environmental Law Institute. He was also selected for inclusion in the 2007 edition of “Super Lawyers” of New Jersey.
Director of Environmental Affairs and Planning
Mark Mauriello began his career with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) in May 1980 as a project specialist for the New Jersey Geological Survey. He rose through the ranks of the Division of Coastal Resources and Land Use Regulation Division , and was appointed as division director in 2002. In 2006, he was selected by then-DEP Commissioner Lisa Jackson to be DEP’s assistant commissioner for land use management. In November 2008, he became DEP commissioner, replacing newly confirmed EPA Administrator Jackson. Upon his retirement from DEP in January 2010 he formed his own consulting firm, specializing in coastal zone management, floodplain management, land use regulation and regulatory compliance. In March 2010 he accepted a position as director of environmental affairs and planning with Edgewood Properties, where he is responsible for overseeing the company’s environmental programs and serving as an advisor on regulatory issues and property acquisitions.
Director of State Government Affairs
Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG)
Don McCloskey is currently responsible for directing the state legislative agenda for PSEG, as well as building advocacy for the company’s critical public affairs initiatives. He previously held the position of Director – Environmental Strategy and Policy. Mr. McCloskey has been with PSEG for 36 years holding positions of increasing responsibility in electric power production, environmental and governmental affairs. He has extensive experience in the development and implementation of policy, legislative and siting strategies for the PSEG operating companies. He is leading the public affairs teams in support of renewable energy and the preservation of competitive electricity markets. Mr. McCloskey received a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Engineering from Temple University.
Gualberto (Gil) Medina
Executive Vice President
CBRE Brokerage Services
Gualberto (Gil) Medina formerly managed Cushman & Wakefield’s New Jersey operations, providing leadership and direction for the East Rutherford, Parsippany and Edison offices. During his more than 25 years’ experience in private business and public-sector work, Mr. Medina served as the state’s Secretary of Commerce, where he was responsible for planning and implementing business climate and organizational reforms to improve the state’s economy. He was the Whitman administration’s point person in the creation of incentive, finance and regulatory programs that today constitute the state’s core economic growth policies. Mr. Medina’s work, in his various professional capacities, has resulted in incentive benefits totaling more than $1 billion.
Pinelands Preservation Alliance
Carleton Montgomery joined the Pinelands Preservation Alliance in May 1998. Prior to coming to PPA, he was a partner in the Washington, D.C. office of the law firm of Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson, where he practiced law for 11 years in the area of corporate litigation. With a lifelong interest in the environment and knowledge of the intricacies of litigation, legislation and regulatory practices, Mr. Montgomery joined PPA at an important point in the development of the organization and accepted the challenge to make the Pinelands Preservation Alliance a stronger organization ready to meet the new challenges facing the Pinelands. He is focused on raising PPA’s influence on public policy affecting the state and the region, and broadening public appreciation of the Pinelands.
Pamela H. Mount
Pam Mount owns and manages Terhune Orchards, a 200-acre fruit and vegetable farm, which welcomes more than a half-million visitors each, year. Known for innovative cultivation practices, dwarf fruit trees, drip irrigation, IPM spraying program, small fruit production, greenhouse production and cider processing, Terhune Orchards has a farm market and bakery that are open year round. Terhune Orchards offers pick-your-own apples, peaches, berries, flowers and pumpkins. The orchards host a number of farm festivals each year, in addition to a variety of tours and classes. The farm produce is sold at the Terhune Orchards home farm, at the Trenton Farmer’s Market, local restaurants and the Lawrenceville Country Farm Market. Ms. Mount is a former mayor, deputy mayor and member of the Lawrence Township council.
Vince Myers AIA LEED AP
In his current role Vince is responsible for ensuring that the firm has the expertise and resources to serve its senior-living clients in multiple states. A significant part of that effort entails research and keeping abreast of new ideas in order to be a knowledgeable advisor on behalf of clients and an advocate for person-centered care and culture change. Vince is a featured speaker on all aspects of elder care. He also mentors high school students through the ACE, a national program focusing on architecture, construction and engineering. Additionally, he serves on the boards of the Mary Owen Borden Foundation, NJ PERC and NJ ACE and is an active member of Leading Age NJ; NYAHSA, and the Springpoint Foundation.
Wanda I. Saez
Vice President and Senior Community Development Officer
Wanda I. Saez is vice president and senior community development officer for Wells Fargo Bank and has responsibility for the southern New Jersey market. Over the course of her career, Wanda has had affiliations with several financial institutions, including JP Morgan Chase, Summit Bank and PNC Bank. She has held various positions in retail banking and sales management. The last 14 years of her career have been dedicated to community development, economic development and the promotion and teaching of financial education. Wanda has worked to help meet the needs of low- and moderate-income communities both in New York and New Jersey. Wanda has been affiliated with several professional and community groups in various capacities, including the Hispanic Bankers Association – New Jersey Chapter, Latino Leadership Alliance, and Leadership New Jersey (class of 1997). She has served on numerous boards and advisory boards in both New York and New Jersey including La Casa de Don Pedro Federal Credit Union, Aspira of New Jersey, Hispanic Institute, Community Capital Resources, New York State Association for Affordable Housing, Alianza Dominicana, and New Jersey Future.
Steve Santola Esq.
Executive Vice President and General Counsel
Steve Santola has been a practicing attorney in New Jersey and New York, specializing in land use and real estate, since 1991. He joined Woodmont Properties in 2004, where he is responsible for the firm’s legal matters, including the oversight of the company’s regulatory and municipal approvals. He also serves as project manager and manages the development approval process for many of the company’s downtown redevelopment sites, including the Epstein’s Morristown Redevelopment Project, the West Side Lofts in Red Bank and Lower Broadway in South Amboy. He has been a guest lecturer on transit-oriented development at the NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate, the New Jersey Redevelopment Authority’s Training Institute and the Kislak Real Estate Institute at Monmouth University, and he has been a frequent panelist and speaker on redevelopment and regulatory issues. He serves on the executive board of Downtown New Jersey and is a trustee of New Jersey Future. Mr. Santola served on the Livingston Township Council from 2001-2002 and as mayor in 2003, 2007 and 2012. He also served on Gov. Christie’s 2010 transition team.
Director of Operations, Consumer and Mass Business Markets
In his role as director of operations for Verizon’s Consumer and Mass Business Markets group, Erik Sheehan is responsible for the construction, installation and maintenance of Verizon’s wireline infrastructure in New Jersey. Sheehan began his career with Verizon in 1996 as an outside plant engineer and has held numerous positions with increasing responsibility in construction, enterprise business, finance, real estate, marketing, strategic initiatives and executive staff
New Jersey Conservation Foundation
Eileen Swan joined the New Jersey Conservation Foundation in September 2012. For the previous five years Ms. Swan was the executive director for the New Jersey Highlands Council. During her tenure the council drafted, adopted and started the successful implementation of the Highlands Regional Master Plan to protect the waters that are relied upon by over 5 million New Jersey residents. Prior to that she was the executive director of the Office of Smart Growth, serving the State Planning Commission. Eileen also brings to her policy work at the Conservation Foundation the perspective of an elected official. As committee woman and mayor in Lebanon Township for six years Eileen led the municipal efforts to preserve open space and farmland. She was the first mayor to partner with the New Jersey Water Supply Authority to preserve lands in the watersheds that supply water to the Spruce Run Reservoir. Eileen served the state as a member of the Highlands Task Force and the New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Trust, and was co-chair of Gov. Corzine’s environmental transition team. She has also worked with the Conservation Foundation promoting Garden State Greenways, and on land preservation in Bedminster and Tewksbury townships.
Senior Vice President and Team Leader for Commercial Real Estate Lending
Timothy J. Touhey joined Investors Bank in April 2013 and is charged with expanding the new unit of the bank’s commercial real estate finance group, located in Robbinsville. He leads a team of lending officers who provide financing to real estate organizations, developers and businesses in southern and central New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. Tim served as chief executive officer of the New Jersey Builders Association from November 2007 to March 2013, where he developed a comprehensive strategy to assist New Jersey’s homebuilding industry during a prolonged downturn in construction activity, for which he was featured on NJBIZ’s “Power 100” as well as its “Power 50” People in Real Estate. Prior to his time at NJBA, Tim served for eight years as the lead director of the Fannie Mae Northeast Community Business Center in New Brunswick.