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|NANCY BROWN, Chair|
Nancy Brown has served as a leader in Warren County since the mid-1970's. She is the first woman in Hackettstown to be elected to four consecutive terms on Town Council, and served as President of the Hackettstown Area Chamber of Commerce, Hackettstown Community Hospital Foundation, and the Hackettstown High School PTO. Ms. Brown became a WCCC Foundation Director in 2004; served as Secretary in 2005; and is currently the Vice Chair of the Foundation. She and her husband, Harry Brown, a WCCC Trustee, have been active contributors to the growth and success of the College.
Ms. Brown graduated with honors from County College of Morris in 1987 and is now completing her Bachelor's degree at Centenary College. She is a member of Alpha Beta Gamma Honor Society and a graduate of the Dale Carnegie Institute. While Ms. Brown retired from the traditional workforce in 2002, she has worked at various professional positions, including legislative aide to former Assemblywoman Connie Myers. Currently, Ms. Brown is an independent beauty consultant with Mary Kay. She and Harry have two grown daughters, Heather Durr and Beth Brown, and three grandchildren, Benjamin, Andrew, and Madeline.
|DANIEL A. INSCHO, Vice Chair|
Dan Inscho, a Warren County resident for 45 years, is a Managing Partner at Duryea Agency, a full-service insurance agency in Glen Gardner and Manahawkin, NJ.
Mr. Inscho's background started in sales in 1973 and progressed to insurance with Prudential Insurance. He became a broker for Inscho Insurance services, then Account Executive with Duryea Agency of Hunterdon.
Mr. Inscho has served on the Planning Board of Liberty Township, is a Life Member of the Mountain Lake Fire Company, Station 72, and has been Co-Chair of the Mountain Lake Fire Company Golf Outing for eleven years.
|LORI PAGE, Treasurer|
With over 20 years of community banking experience all in the Warren County Area, Ms. Page is currently employed by Team Capital Bank as a VicePresident/Regional Manager of the Phillipsburg Office. Experience includes business development, budgets, community service, lending, policy development, and implementation.
Ms. Page is a lifelong resident of Warren County and a past student of Warren County Community College where she currently serves as a Foundation Director. Ms. Page and her husband live in Great Meadows.
HOLLY MACKEY, Secretary
Holly Mackey is the owner of Mackey's Orchard in White township, Warren County. She is a Trustee of Warren County Community College, President of the White Township Business Association, and Vice Chair of the Pequest Valley Republican Club. In 2008, Ms. Mackey was voted the first woman to be named Outstanding Young Farmer for the State of New Jersey. Mackey's Orchard, where Ms. Mackey spends much of her time, has a farm market, a bakery, an ice cream stand, and a greenhouse.She is married to Devlen and has two children.
|SAMIR ELBASSIOUNY, WCCC Foundation Executive Director|
Samir Elbassiouny graduated at the top of his class at the Culinary Institute of America in 1989 and was recruited by CIA to serve a fellowship as Assistant Professor. His love for the hospitality industry and his entrepreneurial spirit led him to open his first business, Sisters Gourmet, a three and a half star restaurant, in 1992. It was hailed by food critics as one of the best restaurants in New Jersey. As a self-employed restaurateur and real estate investor, he was given the 2002 Entrepreneurial Success Award by the Warren County Regional Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Elbassiouny created several businesses, including Good Times Restaurant, and is currently president of Wall Street Partners, a real estate investment corporation. In 2003, Mr. Elbassiouny was elected to the Warren County Regional Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors; in 2006 was elected to the Washington Township governing body; and from 2006-2007 served as Deputy Mayor. He joined the WCCC Foundation in 2005 and became Executive Director in August 2007.
Mr. Elbassiouny hosted various fundraisers, benefiting Make a Wish Foundation, Common Sense for Animals, the Melissa Neier Memorial Fund, Oxford Township School, and various other charities and non-profit organizations throughout the county.
Mr. Adams is currently an independent business technology consultant who contributes value by leveraging IT resources, infrastructure and business processes to ensure his client partner success in their strategic vision.
His background includes: Divisional CIO at Chubb Group of Insurance Companies, CIO at PRGX Global Inc., CIO at Anderson Press, and Associate Partner at Accenture. A global and domestic business technology executive whose career has taken him to Hong Kong, Holland, England, France, and the Caribbean.
Mr. Adams is a graduate of Howard University, was born on the island of Trinidad and an avid Pittsburgh Steeler fan.
|ROBERT E. BARLOW|
Robert Barlow is Executive Vice President of ADP Barlow Insurance, specializing in insurance products for businesses in NJ, PA, NY, CT, MA, VA, and SC. He has been actively engaged in insurance sales and consultation of Real Estate management for over 20 years. Prior to starting ADP Barlow Insurance, Mr. Barlow worked for a top 10 insurance broker as Executive Vice President in charge of Western New Jersey. He also owned and operated a 25-year old family business specializing in Real Estate Management to over 150 client communities and 18,000 homes throughout PA, NJ, and DE.
Mr. Barlow, who earned a BS from Eastern University, is involved on both the local and national levels of many service organizations and holds various certifications and designations, including the Professional Community Association Manager and Community Insurance Risk Management Specialist. He serves as Treasurer of the WCCC Foundation and Treasurer for the United Way of Warren County.
Sarah Brelvi is the President and CEO of the United Way of Warren County, NJ. Prior to joining the United Way, she serves as the Director of the AT&T /United Way Global Employee Giving and Volunteer Programs. During her tenure at AT&T, she served as an Advisory Board member for the United Way of America Women's Leadership Initiative and National Corporate Leadership Council and the AARP Women's Circle of Giving.
Ms. Brelvi is a 1983 magna cum laude graduate of Ramapo College of New Jersey. Currently, she Co-Chairs the United Ways of New Jersey Women's Leadership Program; serves as Secretary on the Warren County Community College Foundation Board of Directors; and United Ways of New Jersey Executive Committee.She is also a member and serves on the Executive Women of New Jersey Special Events Committee, Warren County Chamber of Commerce Leadership graduate and former Freedom House foundation Trustee.
Ms. Brelvi has been a resident of Warren County for the past twenty years and welcomes the opportunity to serve her local community. An avid explorer, she loves traveling internationally to exotic locales with her husband, an Optometric Physician and published author.
Harry Browne started his financial career in the 80s working on the options trading desk for Paine Weber. After moving into sales with Prudential Securities, he went on to become a branch operations manager for Shearson American Express. He broke sales records, opened new markets, and went on to create his own import company where he designed, imported, and distributed his own branded product. With twenty-five years of domestic and international experience to his credit, he returned to the insurance and financial services industry.
Mr. Browne is a former resident of Flanders, where he served as vice president of Mt. Olive Soccer Club and Mt. Olive Park Partners. He now resides in Independence with his wife and two children. He is a member of the Warren, Sussex, and Mt. Olive Chambers of Commerce; and a member of Hackettstown Rotary. He enjoys golf, fishing, and coaching youth soccer and sporting events.
|WASSIM Y. NADER|
Wassim Nader is Senior Vice President & Director, Civil Engineering, Environmental Service & Federal Programs for Medina Consultants of Hackettstown, NJ. A graduate of New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Mr. Nader's professional career spans almost 25 years and has included some of the most prestigious projects in the tri-state area, such as the Hudson Bergen Light Rail Transit System, Trans Hudson Express Tunnel (THE), NJ Transit Hamilton Transit Complex, and the Passaic River Flood Study and Diversion Tunnel. His achievements with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to perform flood insurance studies in four communities in upstate NY, has resulted in a five-year ID/IQ Term Agreement to prepare new and updated flood insurance studies in communities throughout NJ, NY, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands.
Mr. Nader, his wife, and their two children have resided in Hackettstown, New Jersey, for 20 years.
Craig Neier, President of Craig Neier Associates and CEO of Catch A Rising Star Comedy Clubs, in West Caldwell, NJ, is a special event planner and coordinator to many Fortune 500 corporations, organizations, and families throughout the United States. Craig Neier Associates' events often include the top celebrities in the entertainment and sports world.
Mr. Neier has been featured on radio and in many leading publications, including NJBIZ. He started in the entertainment industry at 9 years old as a magician and entertainer; by 13 was a regular opening act at hotels and nightclubs for major performers; and by 17, had traveled the world. Mr. Neier went on to create Craig David Entertainment, one of the regions largest DJ companies; then launched Craig Neier Associates, which has grown into a major special event planning and entertainment company. He is also now the CEO and Co-Owner for Catch A Rising Star Comedy Clubs, which are located around the country.
Mr. Neier is very active in Special Olympics NJ, The Children's Cancer Fund, the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, the New Jersey Theatre Alliance, the WCCC Foundation, Centenary College's Board of SIEF, Hackettstown Regional Medical Center, and the Friars Club Sunshine Committee, which helps hospitalized underprivileged children. Closest to his heart is the Melissa Neier Memorial Fund, named for his 20-year old sister who was killed by a drunk driver in 1990. Since 1991, almost a million dollars has been raised for the purpose of funding police departments with equipment to be used for DWI enforcement.
Craig, his wife Marcy and their two children live in Long Valley.
Mr. Reynolds is a Vice President at Farm Credit East and has been with Farm Credit for 21 years, working in a number of capacities over the years, including loan officer and since 1999, overseeing branch operations in several counties, including Warren.
In addition to his work responsibilities, he has been a member of the Board of Trustees of the New Jersey Agricultural Society since 2004. The New Jersey Agricultural Society is a registered 501(c)3 and he is currently on the society�s executive committee and acts as treasurer. He previously chaired its Leadership Development Program, a two year program focused on developing leaders in the industry.
On a personal level, Mr. Reynolds tries to stay involved in many youth programs and spend a good deal of my time either coaching or helping run local sports activities.
|BETTI SINGH, Trustee|
Ms. Singh works for NJDLWD (Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development) as an employment counselor, just past eleven years in August. During that time, she was a training counselor and could see firsthand the value and excitement that WCCC created in those finishing courses for credit and noncredit.
Ms. Singh attended and graduated from Centenary College in Hackettstown.
In the civic arena, she has been on the Warren County Republican Committee, a founding member Warren County Republican Women, planning on Habitat for Humanity, and a youth coach for baseball, soccer, and basketball.
Ms. Singh has lived in Washington Borough since 1988, where she raised three wonderful children, all educated at local schools, including WCCC. Her children have blessed her with 4 grandchildren including a set of twins.
Dan Solomon Smith, Esq., is the general counsel to the Housing Authority of Plainfield, the Chief Public Defender for the City of Irvington, New Jersey, a Civil Rights Attorney and a Certified Criminal Trial Attorney maintaining his private practice in Orange, New Jersey. Mr. Smith represents plaintiffs in numerous employee discrimination claims, a former Chief Municipal Court Judge in the City of Orange, and a former Senior Trial Attorney for the Public Defender�s Office in Essex County.
Mr. Smith received his Bachelor Degree from the University of Detroit, Juris Doctorate from Howard University School of Law, and a Master of Law with Honors from Temple University, Beasley School of Law. He is also a graduate of The National Criminal Defense College, in Macon, Georgia.
Mr. Smith is a devoted husband to Francine and father to Emily Tatiana. The Smiths reside in Mt. Olive, New Jersey.
|As Vice President and Partner at the Alamo Insurance Group, Inc., Tammeisha Smith is responsible for driving the growth and expansion of the Company, helping to propel Alamo to its current position as the leading certified minority-owned full service insurance brokerage firm in the country. |
With more than 15 years� experience in the insurance industry, Tammeisha is an expert in the areas of designing, developing and implementing policies for business lines as well as planning and directing business analysis, risk modeling and insurance contract negotiations.
In addition, Tammeisha manages the firm�s community outreach programs, which partners with communities and organizations throughout the country to bring affordable medical and prescription services to underprivileged areas.
Tammeisha attended Fairleigh Dickinson University and completed her studies at Trinity College and University of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where she earned her bachelor�s degree in business administration.
She resides in Warren County, New Jersey with her two children.
Karen Wenschhof has over 14 years� experience marketing professional services to Federal, State, and Local clients. In her current position as Marketing Manager at T.Y. Lin International (TYLI), Karen draws upon her strong background in communications to assist the firm in seeking and securing multi-faceted projects
Ms. Wenschhof worked as a paralegal at a prominent law firm providing research and support directly for trial preparation.
She graduated Summa Cum Laude from William Paterson University with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. She is a member of the Foundation Board for Warren County Community College. Ms. Wenschhof resides in Great Meadows.