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Our Board of Trustees.

They volunteer their time to guide our mission of service.

Our Board members bring a wide range of professional skills and backgrounds to set our community’s direction. They donate their talents and energies because they believe in our not-for-profit mission.

Calvin H. Knowlton, BSPharm, MDiv, PhD.
Board Chairman

Calvin H. Knowlton, BScPharm, MDiv, PhD

Dr. Knowlton has won numerous awards for his leadership in pharmacy, business, and philanthropy in his career of over 30 years, including the 2003 & 2013 Ernest and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, Greater Philadelphia Region, and the 2016 Philadelphia Technology CEO of the year. In 2015, Knowlton was awarded the Remington Honor Medal, pharmacy’s highest honor.

Contributing to his profession and the community, Dr. Knowlton has served as the national President for the American College of Apothecaries, President of the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) for two terms, and President of the American Pharmacists Association Foundation.  He serves on the Boards of Cooper Medical School of Rowan University and Coriell Institute for Medical Research. He recently finished terms on the Board of St Christopher’s Hospital for Children in Philadelphia and the Settlement Music School.  

Knowlton is the Founder and CEO of Tabula Rasa Healthcare (TRHC is his tenth company), which is the first national Medication Risk Mitigation™ company.  Since its founding in 2009, TRHC has become the leader in providing patient-specific, data- driven technology and solutions that enable healthcare organizations to optimize medication regimens to improve patient outcomes, reduce hospitalizations, lower healthcare costs and manage risk.  excelleRx/Hospice Pharmacia was his most recent national company prior to TRHC.  

Knowlton received his pharmacy degree from Temple University, his Divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary, and his PhD in pharmacoeconomics from the University of Maryland. He served as Professor and Department Chair for the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia in the 1990s.  He has authored text books, book chapters, and articles focused on the role and responsibility of pharmacists in the outcomes of patient-centered medication care.

Mr. William H. Stone, Jr.
Vice Chairman

Mr. William H. Stone, Jr. retired as First Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, where he also served as Interim President. He currently serves as Director of the PENJERDEL Council. Bill served as an infantry officer in Vietnam. He graduated from Gettysburg College and received his MBA from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Finance. Bill resides in Moorestown, NJ.

Elizabeth G. Litten, Esq.
Secretary/ Treasurer

Elizabeth G. Litten is a partner in the health law practice at the national law firm of Fox Rothschild LLP and serves as the firm’s HIPAA Privacy Officer.  With more than 25 years of experience in the health care industry, she is a go-to source for regulatory health care matters throughout the nation, serving as national and regional counsel to hospital systems, health care facilities, regulated and self-funded health plans, technology companies, physicians groups and a wide range of other health care-related organizations and entities. Co-chair of Fox Rothschild’s Government Relations Practice,Elizabeth has worked closely with the executive and legislative branches of both parties and with health care leaders throughout New Jersey drafting and advocating health care regulations and legislation affecting the state’s providers, payers and consumers, as well as its health care payment and delivery system.  In a pro bono capacity, Elizabethworked with The Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers (CCHP) to achieve the landmark approval of three New Jersey Medicaid Accountable Care Organization pilot programs, which aim to reduce health care costs and advance patient care.  Elizabeth is the editor of The Garden State FOCUS, a bimonthly magazine published by the New Jersey Chapter of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), which is circulated to more than 1,200 hospital and health care industry executives and professionals throughout New Jersey. Elizabeth resides in Moorestown, NJ.

 

Rev. Douglas C. Halvorsen
President/Chief Executive Officer

The Rev. Douglas C. Halvorsen is President and Chief Executive Officer. He is an Episcopal Priest and licensed in NJ as a Nursing Home Administrator. He previously served as Chief Clinical Officer of Cummins Mental Health Center in Avon, IN, and as Vice President, Clinical Services, for Serv Centers of NJ in Trenton, NJ. He is a graduate of Asbury College, Wilmore, KY; Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ; Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, NJ, and is certified in Aging Services through the University of North Texas. He resides with his wife in Mount Laurel, NJ.

Ms. Sharon J. Bishop, CPA/ABV/CFF

Ms. Sharon J. Bishop, CPA/ABV/CFF, is the Managing Shareholder of the CPA and litigation consulting firm of Bishop & Bishop, P.C. in Moorestown and is recognized for practice in NJ and PA. Sharon is accredited by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Business Valuation and Financial Forensics. She serves on numerous local and state boards and committees. Sharon holds a Master of Science degree in accounting and finance from University of Maryland University College. She resides in Burlington Township, NJ.

Mr. Robert W. Hoey
Chair of the Finance and Strategy Committee

Robert W. Hoey is First Vice President - Wealth Management with Janney Montgomery Scott LLC. Prior to joining Janney, Bob was Branch Manager of the Marlton, NJ office of Citi Smith Barney/Legg Mason. He was a founding Director and Vice Chairman of Cornerstone Bank, a publicly traded commercial bank in Moorestown. He previously served as Chairman of the Rowan University Foundation and Chairman of the Foundation Investment Committee. He currently Chairs the Finance/Audit Committee and is a member of the Executive Committee. He is former Vice President and Director of the Family “Y” of Burlington County and a member of the Moorestown Rotary Club. Bob is a graduate of Villanova University’s School of Business and holds an MBA degree from Drexel University. He resides in Moorestown, NJ.

Mr. Gerald S. Lord
Immediate Past Chair

Mr. Gerald (Gerry) Lord, Immediate Past Chair, has been a board member since 2004. In 2008, he retired from Campbell Soup Company after 18 years in a number of different finance roles including Corporate Treasurer, Corporate Controller and Vice President, Finance & Strategy for North America. Prior to his time at Campbell Soup, Gerry had finance assignments with Kraft Foods, General Foods and Glaxo Latin America working in the UK, Canada and the USA. He is a native of the UK where he earned a BA in Business Finance (Honors) at the City of London College. More recently, Gerry gained an MBA at Drexel University's LeBow School of Business, since then he has been teaching business courses to undergraduate students at local colleges. He is a public member of the Attorney Ethics Committee for Burlington County, New Jersey. Gerry resides in Moorestown, New Jersey with his wife, Toni.

Constance Madara

Constance Madara (Connie) has a background primarily in community service in Camden and Burlington Counties and with The Philadelphia Orchestra.  She served on the Board of Trustees of the Coriell Institute for Medical Research, Camden, NJ, for 22 years and was Founder and President of the Coriell Auxiliary.  From 1968 -1977, she was a board member of the Guidance Center of Camden County (mental health facility), serving as President of the Board in 1977.  For 10 years, she served on the United Way of Burlington County Board, receiving the Lawrence Epstein Volunteer of the Year Award in 1997.  Her involvement with The Philadelphia Orchestra Volunteer Committees started in 1983 and continues to the present: Vice President, Treasurer, Education Chairman of the Volunteer Committees Board of Directors,  Chairman of the New Jersey Volunteer Committee, Founder and Coordinator of the Orchestra’s Education Department Volunteer Docent Program for regional schools for 14 years, Member, Ad Hoc Philadelphia Orchestra Association Long-Range Planning Committee and the Association Ad Hoc Cultural Diversity Committee.

 From 1985-1998, Connie was employed by the Madara Co., insurance brokerage firm, as Director of Public Relations and Newsletter Editor.  She is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College with a BA in Political Science.  The Madara family moved to Moorestown in 1972 and she and husband Samuel became residents of The Evergreens in 2012.    

The Hon. James J. Morley

The Hon. James J. Morley is a retired judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey. At the time of his retirement, he was the presiding criminal judge in Burlington County. Before his appointment to the bench, Judge Morley was an assistant Burlington County prosecutor, a deputy attorney general in the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice, and the executive director of the New Jersey Commission of Investigation. Since his retirement, he has served as an adjunct professor at Rutgers School of Law-Camden and a member of the District IIIB Attorney Ethics Committee, and has been appointed a special ethics master by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. Judge Morley is a graduate of Fordham College and Rutgers School of Law-Camden.  He is a resident of Moorestown, NJ.

William Reynolds
Resident Member

Bill Reynolds is a native of South Jersey.  He served as a teacher and administrator in public and private schools and at the University of Pennsylvania prior to a more than 20 year career as founder and senior partner in Reynolds & Schaeffer Associates, Inc., a management consulting firm.

In 1997, after retiring from Reynolds & Schaeffer, he returned to academia to start the Center for Management and Entrepreneurship at Rutgers School of Business in Camden.  He served as the Center’s Executive Director until his retirement from Rutgers in 2010.  During 2005-06, he served as Interim Dean of the School of Business while the University conducted the search for a permanent successor.

Bill holds a doctorate in management from the University of Pennsylvania, a masters from Harvard University and a bachelors from Lafayette College.  A lifelong resident of Haddonfield, he has been heavily involved in public service, serving in a number of elected and appointed positions in that community.  A few of these include mayor, director of public works, library board of trustees chair, and co-founder of the local community foundation.  He and his wife became residents The Evergreens in 2014.

 

Roy A. Shubert, CPA/PFS, ChFC
Chairman of the Audit Committee

Roy A. Shubert, CPA/PFS, ChFC, serves as the Chairman of the Board’s Audit Committee. He is a financial advisor with FS Private Advisors in Mount Laurel, NJ.  Prior to his twenty-two year career in financial planning and investment management, he held senior positions in both public and privately held organizations in the areas of tax, business and executive planning matters following six years in public accounting with PriceWaterhouseCoopers in their Philadelphia office.  He earned a BS Degree in Commerce and Finance from Wilkes University. 

Roy received his Chartered Financial Consultant designation from the American College in 1994 and his Personal Financial Specialist designation from the American Institute of CPA’s in 1995.  He has given seminars in estate planning, investment planning and asset allocation strategies for various businesses and employee groups.

He is a member of the Union League of Philadelphia and active in his community where he previously served as Chairman of the Board for the Moorestown Ecumenical Neighborhood Development organization which provides affordable housing for low and moderate income families in Moorestown and other towns in Burlington County, NJ. He currently serves on several Committees for MEND.  He resides in Moorestown, NJ.

The Rt. Rev. William Stokes

The Right Reverend William H. (Chip) Stokes is the 12th Bishop of the Diocese of New Jersey (Episcopal Church). Elected on May 4, 2013, he was Consecrated on November 2, 2013 and succeeded The Right Reverend George Councell. Prior to becoming the Bishop of New Jersey, he served as the Rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Delray Beach, Florida, a position he held from January 1999 through July of 2013. From 1995 to 1998, he was the Associate for Christian Education at the Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea in Palm Beach, Florida. Prior to this, he served as the School Chaplain and Curate to Grace Episcopal Church and Day School in Massapequa, Long Island, serving there from 1990 to 1994. Bishop Stokes earned as Master of Divinity Degree from the General Theological Seminary in New York in 1990 and a Bachelor of Arts from Manhattan College in 1987.  He is a recognized preacher and Christian educator. He has been active in the area of anti-racism, is a certified trainer in multi-culturalism and anti-racism and was a member of the Committee on Anti-Racism for the Episcopal Church.  He has served at many levels of governance in the Episcopal Church. While in Florida, he served as Chairman of the Board of Episcopal Charities of Southeast Florida.  He was an active leader in his community in Delray Beach serving on several Boards and Committees and working actively to see that St. Paul’s was actively engaged in the life of the city. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees of General Theological Seminary. He and his wife Susan have been married for 38 years and live in Trenton. They have four grown children, one granddaughter and a grandson.

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