Cody D. Miller, PresidentCouncilman, Monroe Township
John Lorenzo, Vice PresidentOwner, Postnet, Inc.
John Lorenzo was born and raised in Winslow Twp, NJ and has been a proud VCSJ board member since 2015. He is the current owner of the PostNet in Sicklerville since 2012 and his story is rather interesting. John actually owns the business that was his very first job in high school. His most proud accomplishment is assembling an all-star team of millennials who have together taken a struggling center and grown it to be one of the top 30 PostNet franchises in North America. His passion for marketing and helping others is what drives his success. Every day is an opportunity and he wakes up each day with the mentality that “the wolf is always scratching at the door”.
Ron Gould, TreasurerDistinguished Engineering Associate, ExxonMobil (retired)
Ron Gould continues to have an impactful career in retirement, covering several key areas within the petroleum refining & processing industry. After receiving his BChe from the University of Delaware and a PhD from the University of Illinois, he spent 34 years in a variety of senior technical leadership positions within ExxonMobil. He remains involved in global refining process consulting activities and currently mentors several early and mid-career engineers. In addition, he continues to teach at Rowan University where he has been an adjunct professor of Chemical Engineering for the past 18 years. Ron has been on the Board of the VCSJ since 2012, served as Board President, and is presently serving as Treasurer.
Melinda Stevens, SecretaryOnline Managing Editor, Slack, Inc.
Melinda Stevens is currently employed as an online content editor with Slack Inc. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in journalism from Seton Hall University. She joined VCSJ in August 2014 as one of the social media managers, looking to get more experience in event planning while helping the community in some way. Since then, she has taken on additional roles, serving as the auction coordinator for the annual Taste of Community and is a previous project manager for the family volunteering campaign. She has been a board member since July 2015. Originally from Syracuse, New York, she currently lives in Millville with her family.
Stacey Callaway, EsquireProfessor, Rowan College at Gloucester County
Stacey Callaway is an attorney and an educator. Prior to obtaining her J.D. from The College of Law at West Virginia University, Stacey earned her B.A. in Sociology and Women’s Studies, with a minor concentration in Legal Studies from the University of Delaware. She works in private practice. In addition, Stacey is a professor of Business Studies and Paralegal Studies at Rowan College at Gloucester County and at Rowan University, as an adjunct professor of Sociology. Stacey joined the board of the Volunteer Center of South Jersey in January of 2016. She also works with children at Camp Cranium where she runs a mock trial class. Stacey cherishes time to spent with her family.
Greg DavisPlanning and Economics Manager, PBF Energy
Greg Davis has been a board member since 2007. He is a former vice president and president of the board. During his presidency he led the organization to expand from the Volunteer Center of Gloucester County to The Volunteer Center of South Jersey. He envisioned and co-founded the Spirit of Community Awards ceremony held each October. He is a chemical engineer with a 25 year career at the Paulsboro Refinery serving a variety of engineering and leadership positions. He is currently the Planning and Economics manager. He resides in Washington Township with his two high school daughters.
Marguerite StubbsDean, Rowan University (retired)
Marguerite Peazza Stubbs has been a long term board member. She has served as Chair and Treasurer of the board. Marguerite also serves on the Gloucester County Commission for Women. She has served as an officer for that organization. She also serves in leadership positions in additional community groups. She has degrees from Rowan University and Temple University. At Rowan University, she held many positions including Dean of Students. Since retirement from Rowan she has served as an Educational Consultant and an Events Planner.