Regional Leaders Named to Business School Advisory Board

By Mike Sepanic

Three regional leaders have been named to the Dean’s Leadership Council for the School of Business at Rutgers University–Camden.

The newly appointed advisory board members are:

Veronica Hawkins

Veronica Hawkins

Veronica Hawkins, vice president of talent strategies and solutions for NFI Industries, a supply chain solutions provider headquartered in Camden; Chaya Pamula, president, CEO, and cofounder of PamTen, a technology information services company based in Princeton, and founder and president of SheTek, an organization focused on issues related to women in technology; and Toni Pergolin, president and CEO of Bancroft, a health and human services organization in Cherry Hill, and author of the book Too Important to Fail.

Chaya Pamula

Chaya Pamula

They participate in a 35-member board consisting of leaders from a diverse range of sectors sharing a commitment to advancing New Jersey and the Delaware Valley through the research, teaching, and service conducted at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden.

Toni Pergolin

Toni Pergolin

“Economic recovery and growth in southern New Jersey and the metro Philadelphia region will require a workforce of creative problem-solvers and innovative thinkers,” says Monica Adya, dean of the Rutgers School of Business–Camden. “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.”

 

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