Caron Treatment Centers Names New Officers, Welcomes Four New Board Members
Caron Treatment Centers, a leader and nationally recognized not-for-profit provider of addiction and behavioral healthcare treatment, welcomed new members and officers to its Board of Trustees today, following their election at last month’s annual meeting.
The following individuals will serve as officers for the 2017-2018 term of service:
Chair: Steven R. Wall
Steve Wall, managing partner of the Philadelphia-based Morgan Lewis, provides strategic and litigation advice to employers on issues involving labor management relations and employment law. He works with clients to manage and resolve matters involving union corporate campaigns, high-profile employment litigation, and workforce change, including labor and employment issues involving new businesses, acquisitions, and divestitures. Wall also counsels both Boards of Directors and C-level executives on employment agreements and compensation for senior executives. For the past 12 years, he has been named one of the leading US lawyers for employment law by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business.
Vice Chair: Curt Moffatt
Curt Moffatt is currently Deputy General Counsel and Vice President – Gas Group Legal at Kinder Morgan, Inc., one of the nation’s largest energy transportation companies. He holds a degree from Duke University and a J.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Moffatt was the Chairman of the D.C. Area Advisory Board for Caron Treatment Centers and has been on the Caron Board of Trustees since 2013. He lives in Potomac, Maryland with his family.
Immediate Past Chair: Casey Duffy
Casey Duffy is the President and General Managing Partner of Delaware Valley Remediation, a demolition and environmental clean-up firm serving Philadelphia and the Mid-Atlantic Region. He continues to serve on the Board and on various committees. He is an avid golfer and has strong life-long ties to the Philadelphia Eagles organization. Duffy and his family live in Malvern, PA.
The following individuals will serve as new board members for a three-year term of service from 2017-2019:
Andrea (“Andi”) Funk
Andi Funk is the Chief Executive Officer of Cambridge-Lee Industries LLC (CLI), headquartered in Reading, PA. Funk has been a member of the executive management team and Board of Directors since December 2010, when she joined the company as Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer with responsibility for finance, treasury, accounting, human resources, technology and purchasing. From 2007 to 2010, she served as Director Operations Planning and Reporting for Carpenter Technology, Inc. Prior to that, she served as Senior Director of Manufacturing Finance, Director of Global Business Development and Director of Financial Planning and Analysis with Arrow International from 2000 to 2007. Funk also worked as an auditor with Ernst & Young in Philadelphia, PA.
Funk sits on the Board of Directors, Audit Committee, and Finance Committee of Touchpoint, a privately held, diversified global growth company with over 3,400 employees, serving an excess of 80 thousand customers in nearly 100 countries throughout the world. She also serves on the Advisory Committee for Ben Franklin Technology Partners, and the R&D Committee of the Greater Reading Economic Partnership, as well as Alvernia University’s President’s Advisory Council, where she is also the University’s 2015/2016 Executive in Residence. Funk is active in her community, serving as Treasurer and Executive Committee member of the Berks County United Way, Board Member for the Wilson Education Foundation, and Financial Advisor to Reading Birth and Women’s Center. She is also a member of Women Corporate Directors, and has served as a member of Caron’s Finance Committee.
Funk earned a masters degree in business administration from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania in 2001. She earned her CPA in 1993 and has her undergraduate degree in Accounting with a minor in Sociology from Villanova University, received in 1991.
Douglas D. Hawthorne
Douglas D. Hawthorne, FACHE, became Founding Chief Executive Officer Emeritus of Texas Health Resources on Sept. 1, 2014, upon stepping down as Chief Executive Officer. Texas Health, based in Arlington, is one of the nation’s largest faith-based, nonprofit health systems.
Hawthorne earned his Bachelor of Science degree and his Master's degree in Health Care Administration from Trinity University in San Antonio. He served Presbyterian Healthcare Resources in many roles after joining the system in 1970, rising to President and CEO of Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas (now Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas) and of Presbyterian Healthcare Resources. In 1997, he became President and CEO of the newly formed Texas Health Resources.
Hawthorne currently serves as the immediate past chair of the Trinity University Board of Trustees. He serves on the American Hospital Association's President's Forum, is a board member of LHP Hospital Group, Inc., and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Bank of Oklahoma Corporate Board (BOK). He is a member of the University of Texas Health Care Advisory Committee and is a member of the Board of Directors of The State Fair of Texas. He is a Lifetime Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Known as a philanthropist and volunteer, Hawthorne and his wife Martha helped establish and fund a health clinic in Tanzania. Working with a team of health professionals and family members, the Hawthornes helped prepare the Open Arms clinic for its opening in June 2011. Over three days the team treated 358 patients.
Geraldine (“Gerrie”) McManus
Geraldine McManus provides investment advisory services at Granger Management, LLC in New York. Prior to this, McManus helped build Goldman Sachs' Private Wealth Management business, focusing on ultra-high net worth individuals and family groups. In addition to developing and managing relationships for a select number of significant family groups, McManus advised on the development of the business model, along with several key functions including strategic and tactical asset allocation, access to external investment managers, and trust and estate advisory capabilities. In 2000, McManus moved to London to introduce and implement an international business plan. She returned to New York in 2002.
Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, McManus was at Merrill Lynch for six years where she was a Managing Director in the Yankee Debt Capital Markets Group. Her responsibilities included advising sovereigns, supranational and international corporations on global debt issuance and liability management. Before working at Merrill Lynch, McManus was at Salomon Brothers for six years, two years as an Associate in Corporate Finance and four years as a Product Specialist in the Hedge Management/Derivatives Group. McManus received a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and a masters degree in business administration from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. She is on the Board of Trustees of the Delbarton School in Morristown, New Jersey. She is also on Cornell University's Presidential Advisory Council. In 2008, McManus was honored to receive Cornell’s CALS school’s Outstanding Alumni award.
McManus has served on Caron’s New York Advisory Board and Marketing Committee.
Richard S. Roisman
Richard Roisman is an experienced real estate lawyer at Cozen O’Conner in Philadelphia. Prior to that, he was a partner at Klehr Harrison in Philadelphia for nearly 25 years, and most recently served in the Philadelphia office of McCarter & English. He has a strong background in all types of finance work and transactions/workouts involving secured and unsecured loans.
Roisman earned his law degree from the University of Miami School of Law, magna cum laude, where he was on the school's law review. He received a bachelor's degree in sociology from George Washington University.
Roisman has served as Ex-Officio member of the Caron Board of Trustees, as well as the Chair of the Philadelphia Advisory Board. Richard also serves on the Treatment Committee, Audit, Compliance and Risk Management Committee, as well as the National Alumni Leadership Council.
“We are very excited to welcome these new members to Caron Treatment Centers’ Board of Trustees,” said Doug Tieman, President and CEO of Caron Treatment Centers. “Each of these individuals brings a wealth of experience and a unique perspective. We also welcome our new officers, and thank immediate past chair Casey Duffy for his outstanding service and leadership in helping to fulfill Caron’s mission.”
For more information, visit www.caron.org or call 800-678-2332.
By Caron Staff
By Caron Staff