Rutgers-Camden Business School names 3 to advisory board

Rutgers University-Camden has named three new members to the Dean’s Leadership Council for its School of Business, it announced this weekend.

The new advisory board members are:

  • Veronica Hawkins, vice president of talent strategies and solutions for NFI Industries, the Camden-based supply chain solutions provider;
  • Chaya Pamula, co-founder, CEO and president of PamTen, an information technology services company based in Princeton, and founder and president of SheTek, an organization focused on women in technology; and
  • Toni Pergolin, CEO and president of Bancroft, an organization that provides services to individuals with disabilities, and author of the book “Too Important to Fail.”

“Economic recovery and growth in southern New Jersey and the metro Philadelphia region will require a workforce of creative problem-solvers and innovative thinkers,” Monica Adya, the dean of the school, said in a prepared statement. “The individuals on the Dean’s Leadership Council provide Rutgers-Camden with the critical insights needed to help us continue to provide highly skilled and motivated graduates to move our organizations forward.”

The 35-member board includes leaders from a range of sectors committed to advancing New Jersey and the region through research, teaching and service conducted at the Rutgers School of Business in Camden.