The Haddon Township Equity Initiative (HTEI) has five officers who form the Executive Board and serve in their positions for two years. All officers are members of the HTEI Board of Directors, which is comprised of eleven people currently. Our organization has made commitments to increase Board diversity and maintain representation from HT residents. Learn more about our Board members and officers below!
As an Executive Director at Horsey Buckner Heffler, Isis has over 15 years of experience in accounting, financial reporting, and internal controls. Her background is in auditing not-for-profit and government entities, providing advisory services for local and state government clients, and auditing social services agencies.
Becky is a contemporary artist with SoHa Arts and is a cofounder of HTEI.
Becky's work crosses disciplines – often introducing sound, performance and video to compose space and activate objects (found or constructed) – as she pushes her viewers to examine the desire that connects objects and people. Reiser’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally at galleries such as KHB Weissensee, Berlin, Germany; 25CPW Gallery, New York, NY; Brooklyn Artists Gym, Brooklyn, NY; and SUArt Galleries, Syracuse, NY.
Carrie is a lifelong resident of Haddon Township and co-founder of HTEI.
Carrie started her career in Marketing & Communications at PHH Mortgage before returning to school as part of the first cohort of Rowan University's Urban Teacher Residency Program. Through this program, Carrie earned a M Ed in Teacher Leadership and fulfilled her dream of teaching in Camden. She has spent the last 10 years serving students and families in Camden both as a teacher and school leader.
Carrie currently works as a Logistics Specialist at ECO Charter School. She is the proud mom of Connie.
Bryan serves as the Board chair for the Torch Leadership Academy and has over 15 years of experience in youth leadership education and development.
As a Learning & Development Senior Manager in PwC's Trust Solutions platform, Bryan helps identify, prioritize, and implement initiatives that upskill people to solve important problems and build trust in society.
Genevieve is a MSW Admissions Interviewer at the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice and is a cofounder of HTEI.
She is a master's level social worker with 10+ years experience in hospital, research, K-8 school, and higher education settings.
Kristen Carr Jandoli volunteers as a literacy tutor for Hopeworks, with the Haddon Township School District's special education parent advisory committee, and as a cofounder of HTEI. She is a trustee of the Haddon Township Education Foundation and lives in Haddon Twp with her husband and three teenagers.
Lauren is a full-time mother, former teacher in HTSD, and is a cofounder of HTEI.
With more than 20 years in corporate marketing and communications, Nicole leads marketing for PwC’s Financial Services practice. She grew up in the area and wants all community members to not only have the same joyful experiences she has had, but also be celebrated for all that they contribute to the beauty of our little town. Nicole lives in town with her husband and three children.
Pip co-runs JFKLiving with his husband Jeremiah - an LGBTQ+ owned real estate team, located right in the heart of Haddon Township. They love promoting the neighborhood and local businesses; and continue to fight for fair housing practices throughout the area and the U.S.
Originally from the U.K., Pip has a background in Traditional Chinese Medicine and is also a trained sommelier. His involvement with the inaugural Pride celebrations in Haddon Township was one of the most rewarding things he has ever done, and he is thrilled to join the Haddon Township Equity Initiative.