The Pedro Arrupe, S.J. Center for Business Ethics is grateful for the service of the talented members of our Arrupe Advisory Board, who help to bring the mission of the Center to life. Below is background information on our Board.
Adeyemi (Dee) Adeyemo
Dee Adeyemo is currently an Executive Director of Accounting Operations for Comcast Business. A 17-year veteran in Corporate America, Dee has specialized in turning around under performing teams, establishing policies and procedures and standardizing KPIs. Inside and outside of the office she has always had a passion for improving race relations, creating equity and driving inclusion. A 2020 Graduate of St. Joe’s Executive MBA program, Dee is committed to continuing education and is looking forward to spending some time in university classrooms in the future. She resides in Delaware County with her 2 sons Kamau (11) and Kaleb (9).
Mary Baker is a Pharmaceutical Executive with extensive experience in market access including market access marketing, channel marketing, pricing and contracting and account management. Currently, Mary is the Vice President of Market Access Marketing and Payer Field Team at Jazz Pharmaceuticals. Mary is an Adjunct Professor at St. Joseph’s University Haub School of Business teaching Strategies in Managed Markets for the Executive MBA Healthcare Marketing Program. Previously, Mary was Sr. Director Payer and Channel Marketing for the US Hematology Business Unit at Baxalta, now part of Shire & Takeda. Prior to Baxalta. Mary served as Senior Director of Payer Brand Access & Marketing at GSK from 2011-2015. Mary is a licensed Registered Pharmacist and completed an ASHP accredited Hospital Pharmacy Residency. Prior to her pharmaceutical industry career, Mary worked in several settings including hospital pharmacy, state Medicaid, academia, home infusion and at a group purchasing organization.
After graduating summa cum laude with a dual Bachelor's degree in Management Information Systems & Finance from Saint Joseph’s University, Alexandra went on to be a Senior Consultant in the IT Advisory Practice at Ernst & Young in Philadelphia. She later assumed the role of Director of Client Services at a boutique telecom-consulting firm, managing the company’s largest consulting engagements and internal support teams. Alexandra since joined Johnson Kendall & Johnson, a Risk Management & Insurance brokerage firm in 2015 where she established the Cyber Risk Management Practice. She recently obtained the Cyber COPE Insurance Certification (CCIC) designation through Carnegie Mellon – Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy. She is currently pursuing her Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) designation and has served on the Board of the Eagleville Hospital.
Dina Alongi-Caggiula is a Senior Manager at Vanguard where she oversees a team responsible for the evolution of the participant experience. Most recently, she supported the formation of a strategic partnership between Vanguard and global technology leader, Infosys, to modernize their record-keeping platform and disrupt the record-keeping industry. Ms. Caggiula previously held the role of Department Head for Advice & Wellness, and was the Department Head for Education Services and Support. Ms. Caggiula earned a bachelor’s degree in finance & an MBA from Saint Joseph’s University.
A founding chairman of the Board of Visitors of the Erivan K. Haub School of Business, Anthony served as its chairman for 22 years. After serving as a pharmacist and lab director in the military, he began his business career as an executive in a pharmaceutical manufacturing operation. He became Vice President of Quality & Compliance for a pharmaceutical packaging company & moved on to a major pharmaceutical & medical device manufacturer as the Head of Regulatory Affairs for the pharmaceutical divisions, later earning the title of General Manager of the Clinical Division. The final chapter of his business career was President of the Pharmaceutical Quality Institute. He is the recipient of several awards, including the Ellis R. Ott Award at Rutgers University for outstanding contribution to international quality. At St. Joseph’s, he received awards for dedication & loyalty for men’s basketball, the Distinguished Service Award from the Haub School & the Brother Bart Sheehan Award from the Law Alumni.
William H. Clark, Jr. is Senior Counsel in the Philadelphia office of Faegre Drinker Biddle and Reath LLP where he practices law in the areas of corporate governance, general business law, and government affairs. He is pro bono legislative counsel to B Lab and drafted the model legislation that has been the basis for the benefit corporation legislation that has been enacted in 36 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and 4 other countries (Canada (province of British Columbia), Colombia, Ecuador, and Italy). He has published several law review articles, and as drafted numerous statutes in Pennsylvania as well as several model and uniform laws.
Deacon Daniel N. DeLucca, MBA., J.L.H.D., Pd.D.
Deacon Delucca is president emeritus of Alvernia University, past president of Spring Garden College and served Saint Joseph's University as a faculty member, department chairman, assistant to the president and vice president. He is the recipient of the Lindback Award for distinguished teaching and the Hogan award of the Alumni Association. He is currently an Adjunct Professor of Business Ethics. He holds a bachelor's degree from Saint Bonaventure University, an M.B.A. from New York University, a Doctor of Humane Letters from Saint Joseph's University, a Doctor of Pedagogy from Saint Bonaventure and a Doctor of Laws from Neumann University. He is an ordained deacon and serves Saint Andrew the Apostle parish in Drexel Hill. He is a past trustee of Neumann University and Adjunct Professor of Homiletics at Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary. He authored The Freedoms Foundation Award publication, Business Social Responsibility.
Bob earned his undergraduate degree from Villanova University in 1972. He has fifty years' experience in the food industry as a wholesaler and broker. He was President of Brooks Provisions, Inc., a Philadelphia protein supplier, from 1990 to 2006. Currently, Bob is the CEO of Brandywine Marketing Associates, LLC, a food brokerage and marketing company in Media, PA. He also serves on the Board of The Library Company of Philadelphia.
John Egner is a proud 1974 graduate from SJU. A tax attorney by education, John has been a management consultant throughout his forty year career and is currently a Partner at Mercer, the global HR consulting division of Marsh & McLennan Companies. John has been a member of the Haub Visitor’s Board for almost 10 years and has served as an Adjunct Professor in the EMBA program. An active member of the Board of St John’s Hospice, John also sits on the Housing and Homeless Committee of the Archdiocese’s Board of Directors. John has a J.D. from Dickinson School of Law in addition to a LL.M. (Masters in Taxation) from Temple Law School. A lifetime learner, John is currently enrolled in a Jesuit Legacy Fellowship program sponsored by Loyola University.
Megan Famular ’06 ’12 EMBA works with the Healey Education Foundation to provide consulting services to Catholic elementary and secondary schools across the country in the areas of enrollment management, development, governance, strategic planning, communications, and constituent relations. Prior to joining the Foundation, she served as Associate Director of Major Gifts and Leadership Programs and Director of Alumni Networks at Saint Joseph’s University. In these roles, Megan developed a wealth of experience in development, marketing, board management, alumni relations, and volunteer management. Prior to her roles at Saint Joseph’s University, Megan worked in development and alumni relations at the Fox Business School at Temple University and she launched an inaugural national fundraising event at the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Frank Fazio Sr. is currently on the board and the EVP of Sales and Partnerships at Ultimate Risk Services (URS). URS provides cyber security compliance for small & medium sized businesses serving the Department of Defense (DOD) and the general market. Prior, Frank was the CEO of R World Energy Solutions, a full service energy conservation and distributed energy firm. Frank is a sales veteran and founder of three entrepreneurial ventures. His career includes top sales & marketing management roles at Unisys Corporation, Wang, Sequent/ IBM, and several other market-leading technology and media companies. He is known for his mentoring, leadership, collaborative approach and sales successes. Frank holds both a Bachelor of Science and an EMBA degree from Saint Joseph’s University.
John Fontana is President of Fontana Leadership Development, Inc. & Co-Director of the Ignatian Legacy Fellows Program. He is the Director of Ignatian Business Chapters for Renew International, and an adjunct faculty for the Executive Master’s in Leadership at The McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. John was a Senior Fellow at the Woodstock Theological Center at Georgetown and Founding Director the Crossroads Center for Faith & Work at Old St. Patrick’s Church, Chicago. John graduated from The College of the Holy Cross, has an MRE from Institute of Pastoral Life at Loyola, Chicago and an EMBA from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. He is married with two children and six grandchildren.
Tammy is an experienced learning and development leader currently working as a Sr. Learning Expert for McKinsey & Company. Tammy also spent time as Google’s Global Head of Learning Design and Innovation, as well Vanguard Investment’s Chief Learning Officer. She is a proud graduate of St. Joe’s MBA program and earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Delaware. Currently, Tammy is especially proud to be serving as the Design Lead for McKinsey’s new anti-racism & inclusion learning journey that will launch in the Fall of 2020, first to Mckinsey’s 32k colleagues and then as a free resource to the world.
Ian is a certified financial planner (CFP®) who works for a small group that specializes in comprehensive financial planning out of King of Prussia. Ian joined the group in 2018 after four years with international accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). During his tenure with PwC, Ian worked on large multi-national clients in multiple industries throughout the greater Philadelphia area. While at PwC, Ian obtained his CPA license which he actively maintains. Ian grew up in south-central Pennsylvania and graduated from Saint Joseph’s University in 2014 with a dual degree in Finance and Accounting. While at SJU, Ian was proud to serve as the 35th Hawk for Men’s Basketball team. As an alumnus of St. Joe’s, Ian is active within the SJU alumni scene and served on the National Alumni Board for 4 years where he co-chaired the Greater Philadelphia Alumni Chapter which was focused on alumni engagement within the region. In his spare time, Ian enjoys attending local sporting events and playing golf. Ian currently resides in Ardmore with his wife, Moira, and their dogs, Piper & Riley.
Christina has worked in software sales for the last four and a half years. She created a business case for change leveraging technology amongst C-level marketers within Fortune 500 companies. Christina now studies full time for her Master's degree in Sustainability Management at Columbia University where she is an Earth Institute Fellow. Her purpose in studying is to be able to enter an organization where she can develop the holistic business case for sustainability. In her spare time, she curates content for her own social channel called the Sustennial Network, which celebrates the sustainable millennial lifestyle and sustainable business practices.
Candice Lawton is the Associate Director of Americas Brand Partnerships at TerraCycle and is in business to Eliminate the Idea of Waste. Candice is accountable for business development teams focused on creating recycling programs for non-recyclable materials in partnership with Fortune 500 companies, such as Procter & Gamble, Mondelez, Newell Brands and Grupo Bimbo in the US and Canada, which exceeded $5 million in sales in 2019. Candice has more than 7 years of experience in circular economy, people stewardship and commercial development, including working directly with C-level contacts and start-up growth management. Candice seeks to provide thought innovation on leveraging ethical business to drive positive environmental and social impact and to connect emerging leaders to purposeful, impactful careers in Sustainability.
Anurag Mathur is a technology executive with over 25 years’ experience at several successful Philadelphia-based startups as well as with some of the largest global technology companies. He currently works for Google as Americas Head of Financial Services Partnerships and is also an advisor to several startups. Anurag’s expertise has been in the FinTech space, focused on the creation and monetization of data, bringing innovative products to market, and building global partner ecosystems. He believes in the power of technology to provide meaningful impact to the broader society, and has experience building products to help in the fight against financial crime & human trafficking. Anurag holds a BS from King’s College and an MBA from Columbia University in New York. Anurag has lived and worked in several countries around the world, and is now based in the Philadelphia area.
As a Private Wealth Advisor with Ameriprise Financial, Patrick specializes in working with families around the areas of investment management, retirement planning, estate planning and charitable giving. Patrick has played a significant role for over 25 years in his family’s foundation, the Raskob Foundation for Catholic Activities, where he currently serves as the Chairman. Patrick is active in the Diocese of Camden, including serving as the Vice-Chair of Bishop Sullivan's Finance Council, and the Chair of the Catholic Schools Oversight Committee. His charitable work continues in his roles as a Board Member and Treasurer of FADICA, as a Board Member of The Saint John Vianney Center, and as a Board Member of the Claude Giroux Foundation. Patrick received his undergraduate degree from SJU, where he was the Hawk mascot. He received his Master of Science in Financial Services and is now a Ph.D. Candidate in Financial & Retirement Planning at The American College.
Mike has a 40+ year career of selling technology goods and services to SMB and Fortune 500 clients. Mike started at IBM and worked in the recruiting and consulting space before becoming co-owner of Genesis Micro Solutions, a client/server and web application consulting organization. Mike joined BTB Security in 2015, working with clients to address their cyber security issues. BTB supports 300+ organizations across the US, assessing cyber-attack, remediating intrusions, and building better IT security infrastructures to protect their electronic assets.
James McTague, a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is an author and political and financial journalist who lives in Alexandria, Virginia. Jim was a White House and Congressional reporter for 30 years, including two decades as the Washington Editor of Barron’s, a leading source of financial news headquartered in New York City. His weekly column and his feature stories on the impact of Washington politics and policy on Wall Street and the economy were widely read and often received national attention. He has been a guest on every major television network.
With over 75 National Awards for excellence in film and television production spanning a 30 year career, documentary film director Bill Nicoletti is making noise. In 1990 Bill started his production company at the legendary Sigma Sound Studios under the guidance of Music Hall Hall of Fame engineer and Sigma founder Joe Tarsia. His company would quickly become one of the busiest studios in Philadelphia and from 1992 to 2004; Bill was also a director for NFL Films commercial division. In 2010, Bill earned his MBA from St. Joseph’s University; and in April of 2020, Bill will be inducted into his alma mater Camden Catholic High School's Hall of Fame for Arts & Academics. Bills serves on the board for Business Ethics for St. Joseph’s University.
A former Saint Joseph's University Trustee, Al Pastino '64 has worked for some of the country's most recognizable accounting and investment firms, but his passion resides in partnering with, advising for and investing in small companies. A partner at Laud Collier Capital, LLC, a middle-market company-focused firm in Short Hills, New Jersey, Pastino started his career at Deloitte, and made partner in 1976. In his 20 years at the firm, he served as managing partner of its Emerging Business Services Practice and High Technology Industry Group in the United States. He moved to the investment banking firm Alex Brown & Sons in 1986, where he worked on mergers and acquisitions and initial public offerings. He also spent time with two private equity firms.
Pastino supports myriad interests at his alma mater, including the Dean's Leadership Program, men's and women's basketball and Class of 1964 Scholarship. Pastino is a member of the Haub School Board of Visitors and Advisory Board of the Pedro Arrupe, S.J., Center for Business Ethics. As vice chair and chair of the finance committee on the SJU Board of Trustees from 2000 through 2007, Pastino was integral to the 2008 purchase of what is now the James J. Maguire '58 Campus from Episcopal Academy.
Pastino lives in Summit, New Jersey, with his wife, Mim. Avid skiers and travelers, the Pastinos have three children, Lisa Pastino Sanders, Ph.D. '87; Beth Anne Pastino Giannotto, CPA; and Gina Pastino, Ph.D. The Pastinos have eight grandchildren, one of whom, Kaitlin O'Neill, is a senior at SJU.
Jackie is a Procurement Agent at The Boeing Company in Ridley Park, PA. She graduated from Saint Joseph’s University in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in Food Marketing and Leadership, Ethics & Organizational Sustainability and is currently pursuing a MBA with a concentration in Business Analytics from SJU. She is looking forward to working with the fellow board members on the Pedro Arrupe Advisory Board.
Bill Rickle, S.J.
Father Rickle is a native of Baltimore, MD. He did graduate studies in theology at Loyola University, Chicago and the Centro de Reflexión Teológica in Mexico City, Mexico and in sociology at the New School for Social Research, New York and Temple University, Philadelphia where he earned the Ph.D., with a specialization in Race and Ethnic Relations and the Sociology of Religion. Having studied and worked in the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Chicago, Spain and New York, taught sociology at St. Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, been director of Pastoral Care for Migrants and Refugees, Archdiocese of Philadelphia, pastor of Old St. Joseph’s Church in that city and Field Specialist with the National Office of Jesuit Social and International Ministries, he brings a wealth of academic, practical administrative and pastoral experience. In January of 2017, he joined the Campus Ministry team of St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA as Chaplain to the Athletic and Student Life Departments.
Tim joined Permit Capital Advisors, LLC in 2015 and now serves as a Senior Analyst. In this role, Tim’s responsibilities include performing due diligence on traditional, alternative, and socially responsible investment strategies, as well as carrying out quantitative and risk analytics. Previously, he spent three years at Alcatel-Lucent Investment Management Corporation, where he focused on public markets investments and risk management for the company’s defined benefit and defined contribution plans. Tim received his M.B.A in Finance in 2012, as well as his B.S. in Finance in 2010 from Saint Joseph’s University.
J. Michael Riordan
Michael practiced law for almost 38 years as a litigator representing Fortune 500 companies , private equity firms, entrepreneurs and other individuals in a wide range of arbitrated and litigated matters as well as investigations around the country .During that time and since stepping away from the full time practice of law in late 2017 , Michael has been involved advising people pro bono in a variety of legal matters as well as volunteering as an advisor, mentor and teacher at a number of educational institutions . Michael believes strongly in the importance of teaching young people to think critically and ethically to find solutions to the challenges they encounter.
Michael holds a B.A. from Princeton University and a J.D. from Villanova University School of Law.
David Tierno is the Vice President for the Unisys Global Alliances organization. He is responsible for leading and managing all aspects of the alliance relationships between Unisys and their strategic partners. Before joining Unisys Global Alliances, David was Vice President, Global Messaging and Value-Added Services. David first joined Unisys in 1986 where he held many different roles in the Communications Industry organization. In 1996, David left Unisys to join PricewaterhouseCoopers where he established and ran a Global Alliance program for PwC’s Communications Industry practice. He then assumed the role as Director of Cross Industry IT Alliances for IBM Business Consulting Services, formerly PwC Consulting. David rejoined Unisys in 2003. David graduated from the Boston College School of Management. He and his wife Pat have five children and are currently enjoying life in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Frank Trainer currently oversees several distribution companies & serves on the Board of Directors of Cranaleith Spiritual Center in Philadelphia, The Cahn Fellows Program and Columbine Country Club. He is also a member of the Pedro Arrupe Advisory Council at Saint Joseph’s University. He is retired from Sanford C. Bernstein & Co., Inc. where he was a director and head of the fixed income department. Before joining Sanford C. Bernstein, Mr. Trainer was portfolio manager at Monumental Capital Management and United States Fidelity & Guaranty, both in Baltimore. Mr. Trainer was educated at Temple University (MBA) and Saint Joseph’s University (B.S.).
As a graduate of the Haub School of Business, Ed Walters is an SVP, Head of Investment Products and Platforms of Lincoln Financial Group where he oversees a broad portfolio of products, solutions and platforms that are available through Lincoln Financial Network’s two broker dealers, Lincoln Financial Advisors and Lincoln Financial Securities. Ed is also active in his community serving as a current board member of both the Coppin State University Foundation and the Foundation for Financial Planning. Ed resides in Ambler, PA with his wife Dana and their two children, Victoria and Zechariah.
Judy Ward is the founder and CEO of Advanced Enviro Systems. Following ten years at the helm of the largest private waste and recycling firm in the region, Judy decided to build a company with the mission of helping organizations reduce waste in all its forms. Judy holds a BS in Accounting from Rutgers University and an MBA from SJU(’07). In addition to serving on the Arrupe Center Advisory Board, Judy is a Trustee at Camden County College. She has been recognized as a ‘Woman of Distinction’ by the Philadelphia Business Journal, a ‘Top Woman in Environmental Leadership’ by the National Waste and Recycling Association, and a ‘Woman of Worth’ by Wells Fargo and the Financial Wellness Group.
Michelle Warner serves as Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer for the Delaware River and Bay Authority (DRBA), providing legal and business advice to the Board and executive team.
Previously, Michelle served as the interim CEO for a small start-up company and spent ten years as a policy advisor to several New Jersey Cabinet Secretaries. Michelle began her career as a litigator at a small South Jersey law firm. She is admitted to practice in Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Michelle is currently a member of the Board of Directors for the Association of Corporate Counsel, Greater Philadelphia Chapter. She previously served as an appointed member of the Supreme Court of NJ District VII Ethics Committee and as an elected member of the Medford Township Board of Education. Michelle earned both her J.D. and B.A. from Villanova University.
Andy Whittemore resides in Gilbertsville, PA with his wife and children (FT college students). Andy is a Sr Ethics Manager for Lockheed Martin serving as the primary point of contact for all ethical concerns and issues for the IWSS line of business. Andy has held positions of increasing responsibility within both Ethics and Finance for Lockheed Martin. Prior to joining Lockheed Martin in 2011, Andy was a Finance Manager for Johnson & Johnson. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management from Eastern University.