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New Jersey Future Welcomes New Trustees

May 5th, 2015 by

New Jersey Future is pleased to welcome three new faces to its Board of Trustees. They join a team of 30 individuals committed to advancing smart growth in the Garden State. Click here to learn more about all of our esteemed board members.

IaculloRobert Iacullo, executive vice president of United Water, has overall responsibility for supporting the regulated and environmental services business lines for the firm’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.

kolluri smallLopa Kolluri, vice president for operations at Pennrose, 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.

Myers2Vince Myers, principal of DIGroup Architecture, 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.

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