Executive Advisory Council

Executive Advisory Council

Executive Advisory Council

As a robust hub of support for the business community, the Rohrer College of Business (RCB) also provides a rich supply of talent to energize businesses in the region.To ensure budding professionals have the necessary skills for a dynamic market, RCB continues to mine the insights of the area's prominent business leaders.

During the 2013-14 year, RCB launched its Executive Advisory Council (EAC), composed of business, nonprofit and government executives who are providing instrumental direction and support.
"They have their fingers on the pulse of business in the real world and know what types of skills and experience the market demands," said Dr. Susan Lehrman, Dean, Rohrer College of Business. "They provide vital intelligence to the College to help ensure that the curriculum is relevant." She explained that approximately one-third of the members are alumni,"so they can speak to the benefits of their education and also to where there might be opportunities to develop new programs in response to the challenges and advances in today's global marketplace.

"Connecting the College and our students to the business community opens doors to internship opportunities, employment, mentorships,scholarships and other important relationships that contribute to success for
our students," Dr. Lehrman said. "Our EAC members are positioned to facilitate these connections as prominent members of the business community." The Executive Advisory Council includes:

Leadership:

  • Linda Rohrer, Executive Advisory Council President, President, Rohrer & Sayers Real Estate
  • Gary Banks, President -Banks Industrial Group LLC
  • Frank Beideman, Vice President of Resource Development - Holman Automotive Group
  • Jay Blazewski, Managing Director - Raymond James & Associates, Inc
  • Michael Carbone, regional president, metro PA/NJ market, Executive Vice President - TD Bank
  • Anthony Calabrese, Managing Director - All Covered
  • Bob Carr, Founder - Give Something Back Foundation
  • Doug Clark, President and CEO - CoreCentric
  • Stephen H. Clark, Sr. Vice President and CFO - South Jersey Industries
  • Edward Cloues, Boardmember - Hillenbrand Inc
  • Kevin Crichton, President - E Mortgage Management
  • Anthony Galvin, Founder - UB Enterprises LLC
  • Brian K. Hanrahan, Vice President Health and Benefits Consulting - Aon
  • Joanne Jackson Miosi, VP Compliance, Credit Reporting & RKL Financial - NAVIENT
  • Brian Jones, President/CEO and Director - First National Bank of Elmer
  • Bill Laird, Senior Vice President, Portfolio Manager - Wells Fargo Preferred Capital
  • Diane Larzelere, Senior Vice President - Guy Carpenter
  • Chris Lomax, President of Assets and Development - Brandywine Financial Services Corporation
  • John Maas, President and CEO - Trupex Management Group
  • Vince Maione, Region President - Atlantic City Electric
  • Christine Miles, Founder and Chief Architect - C.I. Squared
  • Joseph Miskel, Executive VP - MMxChange
  • Anthony Mongeluzo, President and CEO - Pro Computer Services (PCS)
  • Robert Palmer, Chief Solutions Officer - Wedgewood Pharmacy
  • John Parker, Director of Business Process Improvement - Independence Blue Cross
  • Rene Quinn, VP of Fresh Blooms - Delaware Valley Floral Group
  • Ray Rastelli, President and Founder - Rastelli Foods Group
  • Suzanne Scudiero, VP - Executive Cellular Phones, Inc.
  • Jon Singer, CFO and COO - Spirit Music Group
  • Edward Stopper, President - Elray Manufacturing
  • Dorothy Stubblebine, President - DJS Associates Inc.
  • Michael Tracy, Vice President, Single Family Servicing Management - Fannie Mae
  • Paul Tully, Certified Financial Planner - Eagle Wealth Strategies
  • Stan Woodland, CEO - CMI/Compas
  • Keith Campbell, Member Emeritus, Chairman of the Board - Mannington Mills Inc.

Moreover, countless other business professionals in the region continue to guide RCB and its future graduates by serving on advisory boards and as guest lecturers, mentors and advisors - preparing graduates for careers of the future.