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New University Trustees

Summer 2021

aerial view of barbelin tower during dusk

Five new trustees joined the University board and began their four-year terms on June 1, 2021, under the leadership of Board Chair James M. Norris ’85.

Eugene Geinzer

Eugene Geinzer, S.J.

Eugene M. Geinzer, S.J., is an accomplished artist in diverse media including cabinet making, ceramics, drawing and architecture. Additionally, Geinzer has 35 years of teaching experience and mentorship, including students from middle school to graduate education. He has served on multiple boards including the Loyola Academy, Chicago Academy of the Arts, Wheeling University and the Restoration of the Basilica of Baltimore. Fr. Geinzer earned his bachelor’s degree from Spring Hill College, an MFA from the Pratt Institute of Art in New York and an M.Arch. from the Illinois Institute of Technology.

susan lamonica

Susan LaMonica (P '20)

Susan LaMonica (P ’20) is the chief human resources officer at Citizens Financial Group. Prior to joining Citizens, she worked for JP Morgan Chase in various positions over two decades. LaMonica then founded her own consultancy in 2011. She is an active member of the Council for Women at Boston College and serves as the director for Oasis – A Haven for Women and Children. LaMonica is engaged with Saint Joseph’s Department of Athletics, currently serving as the chair of the athletics advisory council. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Boston College and an MBA from New York University.

Christopher McIsaac

Christopher McIsaac '97

Christopher M. McIsaac ’97 is managing director of international operations at Vanguard Group, where he has served in leadership roles within the institutional and retail divisions. McIsaac serves on the board of The Franklin Institute and Saint Joseph’s athletics advisory council. A lacrosse student-athlete during his time on Hawk Hill, he was inducted into the University’s athletics hall of fame in 2021. McIsaac earned his bachelor’s from Saint Joseph’s and his MBA from Harvard.

Adele Oliva

Adele Cirone Oliva '87

Adele Cirone Oliva ’87 is the founder of 1315 Capital, an investing firm focused on healthcare growth with over $500 million under management. She is also managing partner at Quaker Partners. Prior to entering private equity, Oliva served in various roles in finance and healthcare. An engaged alumna, Oliva received the Haub School of Business Hall of Fame Award in 2019 following a decade on the school’s Board of Visitors. Oliva earned her bachelor’s degree from Saint Joseph’s, an MBA from Cornell University, and held the prestigious Kauffman Fellowship in Austin, Texas.

Joseph Wolk

Joseph J. Wolk '88

Joseph J. Wolk ’88 is executive vice president and chief financial officer at Johnson & Johnson. A 20-year veteran at Johnson & Johnson, Wolk leads worldwide finance and procurement operations including oversight of 7,500 employees. He is the executive sponsor of the company’s veterans leadership council and an advocate for the finance leadership development program. Wolk has served as a member of the Haub School of Business Board of Visitors since 2013. He earned his bachelor’s from Saint Joseph’s, a Juris Doctor from Temple University, and is a certified public accountant in the state of Pennsylvania.