Leading in South Jersey

WRI is guided by the insights and contributions of a representative cross-section of South Jersey’s public, private, and nonprofit leaders and experts.

 

Walter Rand Institute is a vital partner in development for the whole of southern New Jersey. Our Board consists of a diverse and talented group of individuals who come from all different industries and sectors but all share a passion for the people and communities that make South Jersey a very special place to live, work, and raise our families.

-The Honorable Charles Rand, New Jersey Superior Court, retired

Executive Committee

 

 


Michael Egenton – Chair
New Jersey Chamber of Commerce

Michael serves as executive vice president, government relations for the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, representing the business community on legislative and regulatory matters. He is the chief chamber lobbyist on environmental, transportation, energy, labor, and government reform issues.



Amy Osborne – Vice Chair
Republic Bank

Amy Osborn is a vice president and private banker for Republic Bank in Philadelphia and South Jersey. A Rutgers University-Camden alumna, she has long served as an advocate for veterans, representing veterans’ service organizations on President Bush’s “Hire Veterans First” committee as well as receiving the VFW Department of New Jersey’s James C. Gates Distinguished Service Award.



Megan Griffault
BDCI – PEPSI – CANADA DRY

Megan is vice president of Human Resources at BDCI – PEPSI – CANADA DRY. Prior, Megan served as FMC Corporation’s global HR director, and worked for CNBC, L’Oreal USA, and Reuters. She serves on the board for the Public Interest Law Center.




Ian Leonard
IBEW

Ian serves as the Political Liaison for the NJ State International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). He served two terms as a Camden County Freeholder and is a member of the Air National Guard, 177th Fighter wing. Ian is also a member of the Rutgers Alumni Board.



Michael Moynihan
Boys and Girls Club of America

Mike Moynihan has dedicated more than 25 years to serving local communities, including as President of United Way of Camden County, where he raised nearly $5 million annually for community investment in services and programs. Currently, Mike works with Boys and Girls Clubs to advance strategic development and growth.



Christina Renna
Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey

Christina serves as the president and CEO of the Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey, representing the business interests of the seven counties of southern New Jersey, Greater Philadelphia and Northern Delaware. Prior, she held several roles in the private sector and served in the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs for Governor Chris Christie.

 

 

Members

Nicholas Asselta
The Game Plan

Dennis Culnan Jr.
Phoenix Strategies Inc.

Michael Chait
Greater Atlantic City Chamber 

Robert Curley, lll
TD Bank

Sam Donelson
AECOM

Daniel Foley
Innovative Benefit Planning, LLC

Hon. Patricia Egan Jones
former New Jersey Assembly, Legislative District 5

James Kehoe
Tonio Burgos & Associates

 

Hon. Albert Kelly
Mayor, City of Bridgeton

Jane Massey Licata, Esq.
Licata & Tyrrell

Daniel Lombardo
Volunteers of America Delaware Valley, Inc.

Hon. Charles Rand
New Jersey Superior Court (Retired)

Cory A. Rand, Esq.
Stark & Stark

Sen. Troy Singleton
New Jersey Senate, Legislative District 7

Jonathan Young
Freeholder, Camden County