The board expanded from 12 to 15 members, the Galloway-based university said in a news release, adding Lozano, the CEO and president of the economic development organization; the Rev. Collins A. Days of Second Baptist Church in Atlantic City; Sonia Gonsalves, an emerita faculty member; and Michelle Lenzmeier Keates, an executive with Janney Montgomery Scott LLC.
“Stockton has come a long way in 50 years, and we are looking ahead to the next 50,” President Harvey Kesselman said in a prepared statement. “The addition of these four accomplished and talented people, all leaders in their own right, will ensure Stockton has a strong future and remains committed to serving the residents of South Jersey and the state.”
Madeleine Deininger was also reappointed to a new six-year term on the board, the university said.