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The Send Hunger Packing Princeton Leadership Team
The SHUPPLeadership Team
he Send Hunger Packing Princeton Board consists of a group of committed volunteers who all believe that a few people can make a difference. They bring a wealth of experience and diversity to achieve the common goal of improving the lives of their friends and neighbors in the Princeton community.
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Ross Wishnick is the chair person of Princeton Human Services Commission. He, together with other members of the commission and other members of the community started Send Hunger Packing Princeton with the inaugural event June 9, 2013 at the Garden Theater. Ross is also a member of the Board of The Bank of Princeton and a member of the Advisory Board of Princeton Education Foundation. He and his wife, Lesley have two children who graduated from Princeton Public Schools.
Andrea Spalla serves on the Board of Education for the Princeton Public Schools and is the Board's liaison to Send Hunger Packing Princeton. She is currently the Vice-President of the Board and the chair of its Student Achievement Committee. She is the mother of two boys who attend the Princeton public schools.
As the owner of Rabner Graphics, a local creative services firm, Bob has always made it a practice to contribute his time and design resources to his local community. While living outside of Philadelphia, he participated in Business Volunteers for The Arts in Philadelphia and donated his design skills to benefit the SPCA. Since moving to Princeton, he has alligned himself with several causes near and dear to his heart, the Princeton composting initiative and SHUPP.
Wendy Regina-Vasquez had a successful career in marketing and sales management for over 20 years before retiring from ETHICON, Inc, a Johnson & Johnson Co in 2008. Wendy and her husband Joe live in Princeton with their 5 children, who have all attended the Princeton Public Schools. Wendy has supported the local Susan G. Komen foundation through Cook for the Cure and been involved in school based programs like KLAUS and the Koko fund, before joining the SHUPP Board.
Jonelle Parker is currently an HR Leader at Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) whose mission is to discover, develop and deliver innovative medicines that help patients prevail over serious diseases. While her background has been working in Global HR roles for several companies, she has had various experiences spanning leadership development, change management, mergers & acquisitions, performance management, organizational design and engagement. Jonelle’s passion for community engagement was brought to life when she co-founded a community volunteer group, F&M CARES, in Lancaster, PA. This group grew to have one of the largest volunteer populations within the community and focused on improving the lives of those in need through local partnerships. Jonelle is energized about having an impact in the local community and has a young son who will soon enter Princeton public schools.
Molly an attorney and former public defender has lived in Princeton for over 11 years. Her two children attended and graduated Princeton Public Schools. She served two terms on the Princeton Board of Education. Prior to the BOE, Molly worked on governance as a board member of the Princeton Education Foundation. She now volunteers as a case developer for Centurion, an organization, that works to exonerate wrongfully convicted prisoners. Molly along with her husband support Send Hunger Packing Princeton because no child should have their potential limited -- especially from hunger.
Adrienne directs Marketing and Business Development for the MacLean Agency, connecting local businesses and nonprofits with MacLean’s insurance professionals to review their coverage and ensure their commercial and group benefit needs are met. She has over 25 years of experience in nonprofit leadership development, strategic planning, management, marketing, and analytics. Adrienne is a well-regarded speaker on nonprofit management and has presented locally and nationally, most recently with 4Good.org and Progressive Business Executive Education. Adrienne lives in Princeton with her husband and son. She is an avid volunteer and is currently the Chair of the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Central New Jersey Nonprofit Council and Nonprofit Business Partnership, the Secretary of her Princeton alumni class and a volunteer with several boy scout organizations. Adrienne is the Cantorial Soloist at Temple Micah in Lawrenceville, where she has sung for over 20 years.
James Parker is Head of Employee & Organization Development at BASF Corporation, with responsibility for developing talent, organization capabilities and driving HR and business strategies. In this role, he is responsible for ensure the successful redesign of employee and organization development processes to drive enhanced business impact. Previously at BASF he was the Global Head of HR for the Mobile Emissions Catalyst business unit delivering an aggressive organization redesign. Before joining BASF, James worked for GE and Johnson & Johnson in human resources leadership roles where he focused on delivering business performance. James serves on the board of directors for Send Hunger Packing Princeton and is actively involved as an alumni ambassador for Cornell University. James holds a bacehlors degree in history from Cornell University, an masters degree in imperial and commonwealth history from King’s College London and a masters degree in human resources from University of Minnesota Carlson School of Business. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and their two children.
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