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Board of Governors - October 2009

MATHEMATICS

Schools
  • Garrie Daniels, Mathematics and Developmental K-6 Teacher, Plainfield Public Schools 
  • Angelo DeMattia, Mathematics Supervisor (retired), Columbia-Maplewood, Past President, AMTNJ 
  • Jane Hannon, Middle School Teacher and Elementary Math Specialist, Holmdel Township Public Schools 
  • Janet Jackson, Elementary School Teacher, Dutch Neck School, Princeton Junction (Presidential Awardee) 
  • Cresenda Jones, Mathematics and Science Supervisor, Matawan/Aberdeen Public Schools 
  • Richard Moss, High School Teacher, Columbia High School 
  • Kimberly Mueller, Elementary School Teacher, Lumberton Township Public Schools (Presidential Awardee) 
  • Doug Smith, High School Teacher, AP Schalick High School, Pittsgrove, First Vice-President, AMTNJ 
Colleges and Universities
  • Janet Caldwell, Department of Mathematics, Rowan University 
  • Warren Crown, Associate Dean, Graduate School of Education, Rutgers University 
  • Gerald A. Goldin, Departments of Mathematics and Physics and Graduate School of Education, Rutgers University 
  • Cathy Liebars, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, The College of New Jersey 
  • Carol Manigault, Department of Mathematics, Felician College 
  • Eric Milou, Department of Mathematics, Rowan University, Past President AMTNJ 
  • Joseph G. Rosenstein, Department of Mathematics, Rutgers University 
  • Roberta Schorr, Mathematics Education, Department of Urban Education, Rutgers University-Newark 
  • Robert Wilson, Department of Mathematics, Rutgers University 

SCIENCE

Schools
  • Sandra Buleza, Executive Co-Chair, New Jersey Science Convention; State co-Director, NJ Science Olympiad 
  • John Chapman, President-Elect, New Jersey Science Education Leadership Association (NJSELA) 
  • Colleen Fitzgerald, Biology Teacher, Woodbury Jr./Sr. High School, a NASA Explorer School 
  • Margaret (Missy) Holzer, High School Teacher, Chatham Public Schools 
  • Marion (Bunny) Jaskot, High School Biology Teacher, Scotch Plains-Fanwood Regional (retired), President, National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT)
  • Rebecca McClelland-Crawley, High School Biology Teacher, Perth Amboy Co-President BTANJ  
  • James L. Messersmith, K-8 Science Teacher (retired), Princeton; Science Specialist, TCNJ; Past President, NJSTA 
  • Joylette Mills-Ransome, Director of Science, Newark Public Schools 
  • Barbara Pietrucha, Earth/Environmental Science Educator, Neptune Township MS (retired), (Presidential Awardee) 
  • Thomas Smith, Science Supervisor, East Brunswick Public Schools, President, NJ Science Teachers Association (NJSTA) 
  • Merrie Snow, Supervisor of Math and Science K-5, Scotch Plains-Fanwood Public School

Colleges and Universities
  • Tom Estill, Aerospace Education Specialist, NASA Goddard Spaceflight Center, liaison between NASA and NJ educ system 
  • Peter Goddard, Director, Institute for Advanced Study 
  • Janice McDonnell, Science Educator, Department of 4-H Youth Development, Rutgers 
  • Charles Murphy, Department of Geology and Meteorology, Kean University 
  • Howard Parish, Professor Emeritus, NJ City University; Past President, NJ Science Teachers Association 
  • Sharon Sherman, Dean of Education, Rider University 
EDUCATION
  • Sandra Alberti, Director, Office of Mathematics and Science Education, New Jersey Department of Education 
  • Margaret Boland, Associate Superintendent of Schools, Diocese of Trenton 
  • Harold Clark, Director, Science Educators & Offsite Education, Liberty Science Center 
  • Peter Contini, President, Salem Community College 
  • Deborah Cook, Vice-President for Teaching & Learning, Liberty Science Center 
  • Margaret Cozzens, Associate Director, Knowles Science Teaching Foundation 
  • Reginald Luke, Dean, Science, Mathematics, and Health Technology, Middlesex Community College 
  • Gordon Pithick, Superintendent, Phillipsburg Public Schools 
  • Robert Riehs, Mathematics Specialist, New Jersey Department of Education 
  • Patricia Wang-Iverson, Gabriella and Paul Rosenbaum Foundation 

PUBLIC POLICY
  • Senator Joseph Doria, New Jersey Legislature 
  • Herbert T. Green, Director, Public Education Institute 
  • Henry Plotkin, Executive Director, New Jersey State Employment and Training Commission 
  • Assemblyman Craig Stanley, New Jersey Legislature 

PUBLIC SECTOR
  • JoAnn Bartoletti, Executive Director, New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association 
  • Deborah Dowe, Community Activist 
  • Laurie Fitchett, Past President, New Jersey Parent Teacher Association 
  • Martin S. Friedman, Director, EducationWorks 
  • Stan Karp, Director, Secondary Reform Project, Education Law Center 
  • Barbara Keshishian, President, New Jersey Education Association 
  • Judy Savage, Executive Director, New Jersey Council of County Vocational Technical Schools 

CORPORATE SECTOR
  • Mark Bocchieri, Director, External Affairs, Verizon New Jersey 
  • Karen M. Coakley Kohut, Curriculum Development Manager, Lab Volt Systems, Inc. 
  • Reza Green, Chief Intellectual Property Council, Novo Nordisk Inc. 
  • Eleanor Horne, Vice President and Corporate Secretary, ETS 
  • James Isaac, Director of Quality and Mission Success, Lockheed Martin MS2 
  • Chancey Jones, Executive Director (retired), Test Development, School and College Services Division, ETS 
  • Carlo Parravano, Director, Merck Institute for Science Education 
  • Michael Skelly, President, Green Build Financial; President, Alliance for NJ Environmental Education (ANJEE) 
  • Kanaka Tatikola, Biostatistics Manager, Johnson & Johnson 
  • Norman Tenzer, Director of Technology Development, Hoechst Celanese (retired); Director, Management Consulting, 
  • National Executive Service Corps (NESC) 


CHAIR – Martin S. Friedman

DIRECTOR – Eric Milou 

Approved: October 1, 2009
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