Prior to working for Berkadia, Lisa was Senior Vice President/Senior Counsel of Capmark Finance LLC, responsible for supporting the legal activities for the European and North America asset management divisions of Capmark Finance LLC.
From 2001-2006, Lisa was General Counsel and responsible for the legal activities for the European operations of Capmark Management PLC (formerly GMAC Commercial Mortgage Bank Europe, PLC). The Company had headquarters in Dublin and operations in Mullingar, London, Frankfurt and Paris. She was responsible for the establishment and implementation of a strategic plan for the start-up of the European operations. Operations ultimately included over 200 professional personnel.
Prior to joining Capmark Management Plc (formerly GMAC Commercial Mortgage Bank Europe, PLC), Lisa was an associate at William Fry Solicitors in Dublin where she focused on banking law, primarily as lender’s counsel.
From 1996-2000 prior to moving to Ireland, Lisa was an associate in the business and finance department at Ballard Spahr in Philadelphia.
Since January, 2014, Dr. McCool has served as President/CEO of TMC Consulting, LLC. With offices in Santa Barbara, California and Collingswood, New Jersey, TMC Consulting promotes quality programs and services for children and adults with special needs, including autism. From 2005 to 2014, Dr. McCool served as President/CEO of the Eden Family of Services, based in Princeton, New Jersey. From 1996 to 2005, Dr. McCool served as the Vice President of Development and Government Relations for The Devereux Foundation nationally. From 1985 to 1996 Dr. McCool was the Executive Director of Devereux California with responsibility for Clinical, Residential, Recreational, and Educational/Vocational Programs for 235 developmentally disabled children and adults.
Before taking on his role overseeing International, Brent has served as COO for our education businesses as well as sports, leisure, and corrections sectors. While in those positions, he was responsible for the development and execution of master retail strategies and maintaining our high standard of service excellence across several industries.
He joined Aramark after much success with Pepsi Bottling Company where he was president of their Mexico division and led the turnaround efforts for the country’s sales, manufacturing and distribution business. He also held roles as SVP, global sales and chief customer officer accountable for revenues of $14 billion.
While at Pepsi Bottling Group, Inc., Brent served as president of several groups. He was senior vice president of global sales and chief customer officer and held positions of senior vice president of PBG North America and chief customer officer of PBG North America, a subsidiary of Pepsi Bottling Group. Brent led PBG’s selling organization in the U.S. and Canada and acted as vice president of retail sales for the Southeast Business Unit of Pepsi Bottling Group.
Brent joined Pepsi-Cola North America in 1982 and held a number of field sales and general management positions. He was general manager of the Capital Market Unit of Pepsi-Cola North America and vice president of customer development of the Great West Market Unit of PBG. Additionally, he held the position of vice president of food service at PBG’s Southeast Business Unit and was its vice president of retail sales.
Brent graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Arkansas.
Fr. Lowe, a priest of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, serves as the university chaplain and an assistant professor in the doctoral program in educational leadership. In addition, he serves as a consultant to the university’s president in fostering Catholic identity of the institution as well as a member of the University Management team and the President’s Cabinet.
Fr. Lowe holds a doctorate in educational leadership from Temple University, and a masters degree in pastoral theology and bachelors degree in philosophy from St. Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary.
Mr. Malloy graduated from LaSalle College with a B.A. in 1971, and received his legal education from Widener University law School (J.D. 1975). He served as Assistant City Solicitor for the City of Philadelphia from 1976 to 1981.
He is a member of the American Bar Association; Philadelphia Bar Association; Pennsylvania Bar Association; National Council of Self-Insureds; Pennsylvania Self Insured Association; Pennsylvania Claims Association; Arbitrator, American Arbitration Association; and Who’s Who in American Law. He was a featured Pennsylvania Super Lawyer in Philadelphia Magazine in 2005 2006, 2007 and 2008. Mr. Malloy has lectured at the National Business Institute, the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, and the Philadelphia Bar Association.
Mr. Malloy has significant trial and appellate experience. He has litigated workers’ compensation cases from initial litigation through appeal for over 25 years and has argued several successful appeals before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. He represents many self-insureds and insurers and has provided several in-house seminars to employers and their carriers. Mr. Malloy has also tried many civil arbitration and jury cases and continues to handle insurance defense cases.
Beginning in the early 1990s and continuing for nearly ten years, Harry led the initiative to bring hundreds of University College Cork graduates to Wawa for employment and the opportunity to earn their MBAs. He also provided employment and housing for a hundred Irish students and several 6 month interns each summer at Wawaâ€™s New Jersey shore operations.
Harry received his MBA from The Wharton School and coached CYO soccer for fourteen years. He served as Chairman of the Southeastern PA Chapter of the American Red Cross and currently serves on the Board of Trustees of Immaculata University and The Board of Governors of the Food Marketing Academy at Saint Josephâ€™s University.
Rich serves as a trusted advisor and CFO for families and businesses. Entrepreneurs benefit from his experience managing the financial affairs of troubled companies, providing CFO Services to emerging companies, and investigating suspicions of fraud.
Rich serves on the USGA Regional Affairs committee, is the past President of the Golf Association of Philadelphia, is an Ambassador of the AICPA, and is a member of the finance committee for Our Lady of Good Counsel. He has served as a board member and financial expert of the audit committee of Cornerstone Bank, served as President of the Southern NJ Lehigh University Alumni Association and served as past Chairman of the Sports & Entertainment Group of the NJ Society of CPAs.
Anthony Murphy is a Vice President of Commercial Lending with Beneficial Bank. He is responsible for developing new client relationships with real estate developers and owners in the greater Philadelphia area and has significant experience in a variety of commercial financing arrangements. Prior to Beneficial, Anthony was Vice President of Commercial Lending with The Bryn Mawr Trust Company where he was responsible for developing new business relationships and overseeing a portfolio of commercial clients throughout the Philadelphia area.
Anthony is a member of the Business Advisory Council at Neumann University. He holds a B.A. from Neumann University and a Masters of Business Administration in Finance from St. Joseph’s University.
Prior to joining InVivo Therapeutics, Mr. Reynolds was Director, Global Business Development for Siemens Corporation were he was responsible for new business revenue in 132 countries. At Siemens, Frank won numerous awards including the 2005 Global Presidential Sales Award, and he was a 2004 Top+ USA Strategy Award winner for his initiatives in global sales force strategy and collaboration. Mr. Reynolds was Founder and CEO of Expand The Knowledge, Inc from 1997-2002. In addition, Mr. Reynolds has 10 years management experience primarily in healthcare related fields. Mr. Reynolds is a member of the Boards of Wharton Consulting Partners, and Irish American Business Chamber, and the MIT Alumni Association. He is a Moore Fellow of the University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering, an IT Fellow of Temple University, and a MIT-Sloan Fellow.
Susan was responsible for growing ICON Medical Imaging’s business in the Northeast, Mid–Atlantic, and Southeast regions of the US. ICON is a global provider of outsourced development services to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries. Prior to ICON, Susan worked in Business Development at National Medical Imaging, an outpatient medical imaging company in the Philadelphia area.
Susan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Penn State University. Susan currently resides in King of Prussia, Montgomery County, PA.
Marty has extensive executive level experience and a track record of leading high performing teams to create value through integrated strategies to drive growth, enhance productivity and engage employees. He has considerable experience in strategic planning, using consumer insights to accelerate growth, financial management, employee engagement, developing international operations and leveraging innovation to improve productivity and service delivery.
He was a director of Aim Services, a $1.5B Joint venture with Mitsui & Co for 12 years and has served on non-profit boards in Philadelphia. He is a Certified Public Accountant (Inactive) and holds an MBA from Drexel LeBow College of Business. Marty has two grown sons and he and his wife reside in Philadelphia. He is very active in efforts to improve the community and participated in the PA Governor’s trade mission to Chile and Brazil.
In Loving Memory
Our Friend and Dedicated Board Member
Our beloved Jimmy Mac, Founding Board Member, Mentor and Friend