The Board of Trustees, in formation since March 24, 2003 has formed a powerful partnership with the school that will help to shape and secure the future of Camden Catholic for generations to come. The board has four standing committees: Buildings and Grounds, Finance, Academic Policy and Programs, and Advancement and Marketing. The members include:

President: Mrs. Mary Whipkey

Chairperson:  John (Jack) Pund ’74

Vice Chairperson:  John (Jack) Wixted ’72 

William Barker ’67  

Dennis Corbett ’90

Reverend John J. Fisher, OSFS

George Hutchinson III

James J. Madden ’57 

Midge Madden, Ph.D.

Marianela Nuñez, M.A.

John Pisa ’74

Linda Schilling ’70  

Reverend Monsignor Leonard G. Scott 

Nancy Singer ’76 

Kevin D. Walsh, Esq. ’91

Deacon John F. Werner

Mary Boyle, Superintendent, Diocese of Camden, Diocesan Representative

Clare Diemer, Esq., Diocesan Attorney


Trustee Biographies

John (Jack) Pund ’74, Chairperson

John is the Managing Director for JLP Associates, a finance counsel services. He formerly was the Chief Financial Officer and General Counsel of Optical CrossLinks, Inc., a development stage company specializing in the design, manufacture, and marketing of optical waveguide circuits and interconnection products. John is a CPA with a degree in Accounting from Villanova University, a Juris Doctorate from Widener University, and a MBA and a Masters in Laws of Taxation from Villanova University. He has also served as an adjunct professor at Villanova University. He brings excellent finance experience to the Camden Catholic Board of Trustees. John and his wife Kirsten have 4 boys.

John (Jack) Wixted ’72, Vice Chairperson

Mr. Wixted is Vice President and Associate General Counsel for Philadelphia based Aramark.  Jack has a Juris Doctor degree from Rutgers School of Law, a Masters in Business Administration, with a concentration in Finance, from Drexel University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania.

William Barker ’67

After graduating from CCHS, Bill Barker went on to The Catholic University of America to receive his BA in Politics, graduating Magna Cum Laude and as a member Phi Beta Kappa, before receiving his Juris Doctorate from Columbia University. After leading a successful law career in New York City and Philadelphia, including three years as Pennsylvania Deputy Attorney General, Bill took over ownership of Visual Communications, an exhibition company which specializes in creating exciting trade show and event environments. Bill is also a member of the St. Joseph Carpenter Society.

Dennis Corbett ’90

Dennis is a regional director of Putnam Investments, where he manages sales of mutual funds and related products, a fiscal regional budget, identification and recruitment of top talent, field training, and the cultivation of business relationships from the warehouse, independent and bank channels. He has been with Putnam for more than 17 years and brings a wealth of financial knowledge and management experience to the board.

Reverend John J. Fisher, OSFS

Reverend Fisher served on the faculty at Northeast Catholic High School and Father Judge High School in Philadelphia, Bishop Verot High School in Fort Myers, Florida and Salesianum School in Wilmington, where he was the principal from 1998 to 2004.  Father is now the Rector of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, the parish where Camden Catholic began its celebrated history and which nurtured and sustained it for its first eighty years.

George Hutchinson III

George Hutchinson is the president of Hutchinson Business Solutions (HBS), which reviews and validates specific business costs and provides opportunities for savings and increased profits. He is the father of four Camden Catholic graduates.Since graduating from the University of Dayton, George has worked in his family’s plumbing and heating/cooling businesses, helping grow the Hutchinson name from a small local plumbing outfit to a national contracting company. At HBS, George’s service is concentrated in the areas of Deregulated Utilities (Natural Gas and Electric), Alternative Energy , Voice & Data,  Payroll Tax, Sales Tax, Business Insurance and Employee Benefits.

George is the founder of the American Heart Association Heart Run, established the Christ the King “Kings Run 5K”, and has served on the Board of Hopeworks, Durand Academy Financial Advisory Board, Archway Programs Financial Advisory Board.

James J. Madden ’57

Founder and Chairman of the Board of Madden & Madden Attorneys-at-Law, Jim Madden is an accomplished attorney, respected business man and selfless civic servant. Jim graduated from LaSalle University undergraduate and Temple University School of Law. He contributes countless hours to the betterment of several local organizations as a board member, including the Camden Home for Children and the Larc School. He and his wife Agnes (Weatherby) ’63 are passionate advocates for Camden Catholic High School, volunteering their time to enhance the campus as well as leading fundraising efforts as co-chairs of the current capital campaign.

Midge Madden, Ph.D.

Midge is a longtime educator with a Ph.D. in literacy from the University of Pennsylvania. She is an associate professor at Rowan University where she is Chair of the Reading Department and teaches undergraduate and graduate literacy courses. She is also the graduate advisor for the Collaborative Education Program and the Reading Clinic Director. Midge travels annually to South America where she conducts teacher institutes in schools in Guatemala, training teachers in effective literacy instruction.

Mariañela Nuñez, M.A.

Ms. Nuñez who is a member of the Latina-Hispanic Network, holds a masters degree from Villanova University.  Having served as the ESL program director at St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral, Ms. Nuñez now works in the Office of Catholic Schools of the Diocese where her primary responsibility is the encouragement of Latino enrollment in Catholic schools.

John Pisa ’74

John is the President and CEO of The Pisa Group a telemarketing company offering newspaper sales, telemarketing services, and customer service support services for newspapers. He has 38 years of experience for newspaper marketing. John graduated from Glassboro State College and started his early career working for The Inquirer and used his entrepreneurial skills  to build his own telemarketing company. John brings excellent marketing experience to Camden Catholic High School.

Linda Schilling ’70

Linda is chief administrative officer for Ironbound Capital Management LP located in Princeton. She previously was a partner at DeAngelis, Golubieski and Schilling, CPA’s, was senior manager of the audit department and director of administrative services for KPMG, and served as executive assistant for Peoples National Bank of Central Jersey. Linda earned her BS in accounting from Rutgers Universityin 1978, and is a CPA in the state of New Jersey. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants. Linda is also active in her parish, Nativity of Our Lord, located in Monroe Township. She serves as chair of the parish finance council and is president of the St. Vincent de Paul Conference. She and husband James Golubieski are the parents of Laura, Theresa and Matthew.

Reverend Monsignor Leonard G. Scott, J.C.D.

Monsignor Scott holds a doctorate in canon law, is a former president of the Canon Law Society of America.  Monsignor, who is a member of the Black Caucus of Clergy and Religious, is a former judicial vicar of the Diocese of Camden and has also served as a pastor of three parishes in the Diocese.

Nancy Singer ’76

Nancy is the executive director, global leadership learning and development at Merck & Co. Inc. She has been a trailblazer among female pharmaceutical executives and has a unique professional background, blending executive leadership in commercial business with human resources for over 30 years in the pharmaceutical industry. Known for turning visions into reality, she has built startup companies, led enterprise transformations, managed through three mergers and helped to build new company cultures. Nancy led large sales and marketing teams through critical market events to exceed revenue targets and has developed multiple new capabilities over her career.

Kevin D. Walsh, Esq. ’91

Kevin is an accomplished civil rights attorney who is currently the executive director of the Fair Share Housing Center, a non-profit organization which defends the housing rights of lower income families. He also serves as counsel for New Jerseyans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty and has been a loyal board member with Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Camden since 2002. He has been honored as “Lawyer of the Year” by the New Jersey Law Journal and presented with the Mary Philbrook Public Interest Award at Rutgers University Law School. Kevin was inducted into the Camden Catholic Hall of Fame this year. He brings vast experience to the Camden Catholic board of trustees.

 

Deacon John F. Werner

Deacon Werner retired as the chief financial officer of the Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority, serves as a member of the Audit Committee of the diocesan Finance Council and as a member of the Finance Council itself.