Current Board of Governors

2019 – 2020 Officers

Eric Johnson

Recording Secretary
Dan Tompkins

Vice President
Joseph Levine

Julie Beddingfield

Corresponding Secretary

Immediate Past President
Dennis Tully

Current Board of Governers and
Active Ex Officio

Joseph Levine, Rebecca Earnhart

Dan Genel, Jack 0’Malley, Daniel Kubikian

Linda Hochgertel, Aimee Subramanian, Thomas Grookett

Bill Tourtellotte

Julie Beddingfield, Lisa Quanci, Dan Tompkins

Committee Chairs

Lisa Quanci, Dan Tompkins, Aimee Subramanian

Dan Genel, Joseph Levine

Thomas Grookett

Jack O’Malley

Municipal Affairs

The Board of Governors

The Board of Governors (“BOG”) meets on a monthly basis from September to June. There are several categories of membership on the Board: the officers (5), the immediate past President (1), the elected governors (12) and the appointed standing committee chairpersons (7).  The Board is comprised of residents who should be knowledgeable, involved and engaged in town events/issues. These BOG members present these issues to the Board for consideration and possible action, depending on how the specific issue applies to the core mission of the Organization. Each person only has one vote, regardless of the position or the number of positions they occupy.

The BOG is a working board with each governor expected to choose a committee or initiative to join as the BOG works to fulfill its mission to serve the community of Haddonfield.

Initially a prospective BOG member is invited to join through a nominating process and upon acceptance by the Board, is placed in a four year term or “class”. There are four classes, each with three members each. At the end of those four years, the members “graduate” and must step off the Board. They will not be eligible for re-election to the Board for at least one year after the completion of the four year class term.

However, it is possible to remain as a voting member on the Board in the position of a standing committee chair or as an officer. As an officer or chairperson of a standing committee, they may or may not be removed from their initial class, creating an opening on the BOG with an unexpired term. An open slot with an unexpired term is also created when a BOG member steps down from the Board. In each case, a town resident or a member of the general membership can filled by the President, but with the approval of the Board. At the end of that term the BOG member may be nominated to begin again in a new class.

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