MIDDLETOWN – Mater Dei Prep has announced the names of newly elected members to the school’s Board of Trustees.
The Board of Trustees is made up of professional members affiliated with the school who guide, advise and consult with the school’s operating personnel, according to a press release from the school.
The board facilitates, oversees and contributes to the overall functionality and management of the school, while preserving its strong Catholic identity, according to the press release.
Kathryn McLaughlin, chairwoman of the Board of Trustees, welcomed Carolyn Broderick Huntington, Paul Fisher, Christina Hardman-O’Neal and Meg Mindell to the board.
“The board is comprised of an exceptional and dedicated roster of individuals. These four new members each bring unique capabilities to the board and will add depth and strength in key strategic areas and contribute to the achievement of Mater Dei’s core mission,” McLaughlin said.
Huntington is a senior HRIS analyst at Mount Sinai Health System in New York and has 30 years of human resources experience in the healthcare, biotech and financial services industries.
Fisher is the associate chief information officer and director of the Teaching, Learning and Technology Center at Seton Hall University.
Hardman-O’Neal is a partner at the law firm of Davison Eastman Muñoz Paone, P.A., in
Mindell is the owner and executive director of Halcyon Elder Care in Middletown and has
been for 20 years.
“I wish to express the sincere gratitude of the board and the Mater Dei Prep community for the commitment and dedication of Tamara Linde and Ryan Lino, two departing members. We are sorry to see them depart the board, but thank them for their contributions and the marks they each made during their time with the board,” McLaughlin said.