The board is intended to assist the business school’s efforts to provide students with necessary skills, internships and job placement opportunities.
“The vast experience and diverse backgrounds of these professionals made them uniquely positioned to help the Stockton School of Business achieve its goals and expand its reach,” Dean Alphonso Ogbuehi said in a prepared statement. “We are thrilled and honored they have agreed to work with Stockton for the benefit of our students and the community.”
The board will be chaired by Henry Glickel, president and executive recruiter with Sales Recruiters Inc., a 1985 graduate of the school. The vice chair will be Roxanne Passarella, CEO and president of FantaSea Resorts, a 2000 graduate.
The board will have 17 outside members overall. In addition to Glickel and Passarella, they are:
- Susan Adelizzi-Schmidt, president, Suasion Communications Group;
- Carl H. Bagell, partner and CPA, Friedman LLP;
- Kofi Conduah, CEO and president, Regal Software;
- Rob Curley, president, South Jersey/Coastal New Jersey market, TD Bank;
- Vincent D’Alessandro, southern region president, OceanFirst Bank;
- Larry Dibor, president, Adcon Consultants;
- William Hagaman, managing partner and CEO, Withum Inc.;
- Gerald Hannah, founder and CEO, the Hannah Group;
- Pravin Khatiwala, CEO, PND Properties;
- Richard Lovering, senior vice president and chief human resources officer, AtlantiCare;
- Joseph A. Maressa Jr., CEO and president, Title America;
- Kyle Nolan, vice president, innovation & business improvement, South Jersey Industries;
- Robert E. Salad, president, Cooper Levenson;
- Steven Silverstein, CEO, Spencer Gifts;
- Jason Wolf, managing principal, WCRE.
Members of the Stockton community with a seat on the board include faculty members Mina Jafarijoo and Naz Onel and students Shane Cogossi and Rifat Mahmud. Ex officio members include Ogbuehi, Stockton President Harvey Kesselman and Chief Development Officer Dan Nugent.