Board Chair 
Robert Guarasci, Finance & Facilities Committee Chair

Board Members
Sole Anselmi, Curriculum and Instruction/Personnel Committee Chair

Sailys Cabral, Curriculum and Instruction/Personnel Committee Member

John Lutz, Finance & Facilities Committee Member

Sheila Mulcahy, Curriculum and Instruction/Personnel Committee Member

Msgr. Geno Sylva, Nominating & Governance/Policy & Procedures Committee Chair
    Rector of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and Episcopal Vicar for Special Projects for the Diocese of Paterson. Chaplain to the Paterson Police and Paterson Fire Departments, as well as the N.Y. Field Office of the FBI.

Martin Vergara, Nominating & Governance/Policy & Procedures Committee Member     
     Martin Vergara currently holds the role of Global Head of Talent Acquisition for Morgan Stanley. In his role, Martin is responsible for business strategy, budget management, operations, marketing, and recruiting effectiveness for all experienced and campus
recruiting efforts, globally.
     Martin joined the firm in April 2007. Prior to his current role, Martin served as COO for several organizations, including Corporate Services & Global Centers, Private Wealth Management and Firmwide Marketing. Additionally, Martin spent time in various producing & managerial capacities within Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Division.
     Outside of work, Martin is dedicated to giving back to his hometown Paterson, NJ,
serving on several non-profit boards such as the NJ Institute for Social Justice, DePaul Catholic High School, and Brilla Charter School. Martin also serves as Board Chairman for the Hamilton Partnership for Paterson and NJ Community Development Corporation.
     As a High School senior, Martin was drafted by the Cleveland Indians Baseball Club in the 15th Round. He forewent going pro and enrolled at the University of Notre Dame as a student-athlete pitching for the baseball team and graduating with a B.A. in Finance.
     In addition to his undergraduate degree, Martin holds an MBA from Columbia University. Martin resides in his hometown of Paterson, NJ with his wife, Deniz and children, Ayla and Hart.

Non-voting Members
Stephanie Saroki de Garcia
Jolleen Wagner