Executive Committee

Carolyn Heckman – Chair

Inspira Health Network

Carolyn Heckman is the Vice President of Community Relations and Executive Director of the Inspira Health Network Foundation. In her current role, Carolyn is responsible for initiatives connecting the health system to the community, such as Community Health Needs Assessments and community benefits provided by the health system. Prior to joining Inspira, Carolyn was the Vice President and Area Manager for Hudson United Bank (now TD Bank) Cumberland/Salem Counties. She attended Southern Wesleyan University, South Carolina and the University of North Carolina. She has had extensive training and experience in banking, management, and fundraising and is currently a member of the New Jersey Hospital Association, American Hospital Association, the Association of Healthcare Philanthropy, and the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

Carolyn has a robust history of community involvement. She currently sits on a number of boards including the Bridgeton Area Chamber of Commerce, the Federal Correctional Institute, and the Bridgeton Rotary Club. She is also a member of the West Jersey Art and History Museum, as well as the Greater Millville and Greater Bridgeton Chambers of Commerce. She also serves as the Minister of Music at First Wesleyan Church in Bridgeton, NJ.

Michael Egenton – Vice Chair

New Jersey Chamber of Commerce

Michael Egenton serves as executive vice president, government relations for the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, representing the business community on legislative and regulatory matters. Michael is the chief chamber lobbyist on environmental, transportation, energy, labor, and government reform issues.  He also serves on several advisory councils and committees including the New Jersey Clean Air Council — a group appointed by the governor that makes recommendations to the state on matters and programs pertaining to air pollution control.  A native of Plainfield, Union County, Michael is a graduate of Seton Hall University and has a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Kean University.

Megan Griffault

FMC Corporation




Michael Moynihan

Boys and Girls Club of America.

Mike Moynihan has over 25 years of experience in the United Way system. For over a decade, Michael was the President of United Way of Camden County, where he worked to create opportunities for people to have a better life. United Way of Camden County raised nearly $5M annually and invests resources in the three building blocks for a good life: education, income and health.

Mike’s experience with philanthropy began when he was a very small boy growing up in Connecticut where his father was a president of a local United Way. He went on receive his Bachelor’s in Social Work at Southern Connecticut State University and later earned his Masters of Social Work at Boston College. Mike volunteers with several organizations including the Camden County Government Ethics Board, a the Executive Committee at the Rand Institute of Rutgers University, and the Irish American Chamber of Commerce Boston Chapter.

Sam Donelson




Nicholas Asselta
Aqua America, Inc 

Dennis Culnan Jr.
Phoenix Strategies Inc.

Robert Curley, lll
TD Bank

Daniel Foley
Innovative Benefit Planning, LLC

The Honorable Patricia Egan Jones
New Jersey General Assembly – 5th District

James Kehoe 
Tonio Burgos & Associates

The Honorable Albert Kelly
Mayor, City of Bridgeton

Joseph Kelly
Greater Atlantic City Chamber of Commerce

Dr. Alka Kohli
Inspira Health Network

Ian Leonard 
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

Jane Massey Licata, Esquire
Licata & Tyrrell

Daniel Lombardo 
Volunteers of America Delaware Valley, Inc.

Leah C. Murphy
Campbell’s Soup Company

Amy Osborn
Republic Bank

Chris Perks
Philadelphia Parking Authority

The Honorable Charles Rand
NJ Superior Court (Retired)

Cory A. Rand, Esquire
Stark & Stark

Christina Renna
Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey

James H. Rhodes
Deputy County Administrator, Camden County

Vincent P. Sarubbi, Esquire
Archer & Greiner

Jonathan Young
Freeholder, Camden County