The Honorable Douglas H. Palmer is the former Mayor of Trenton (1990-2010). He is the President/CEO of Douglas H. Palmer & Associates and a Member of the Board of Trustees of Children's Futures.
Edward W. Bullock is the President and CEO of Bullock Innovation Group. He retired as the Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion for L’Oréal USA, former Human Resources Manager at Johnson & Johnson, and former Director of Career Services at The College of New Jersey. He formerly served as President of the Board of Young Scholars’ Institute. Mr. Bullock is a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
Gloria J. Tunstall is a retired educator. She served children for 43 years as a teacher, assistant principal, principal and assistant superintendent in Trenton Public Schools. She currently mentors aspiring administrators at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education. Gloria's motto is, “May we work together for a common cause… our children!”
Practicing attorney in Trenton, NJ. Former chair of the Education Projects Committee and member of Executive Board of the Trenton NAACP. A former nine-year member of the board of Princeton Public Schools and liaison to Princeton’s Minority Education Committee.
Sean Jackson is a senior vice president of Rosemont Associates, LLC, a consulting and government affairs firm located in Lambertville, NJ. He served six years on the Hopewell Borough Council and is a member of the board of Isles, Inc.
Keith V. Hamilton is President of US Rail Developers. A Trenton native, he is a graduate of Trenton Central High School. Mr. Hamilton served 5 years in the US Air Force. He attended Mercer County Community College on the GI Bill. Mr. Hamilton worked for Bell Laboratories for 20 years and later became the Executive Vice President of SERV Behavioral Health System. He was also a Mercer County Freeholder. Keith believes all children should shoot for the stars.
Fred Herndon is a retired New Jersey Department of Transportation civil engineer where he was the Executive Director of Canal Plaza Redevelopment. Mr. Herndon is a graduate of Rutgers University School of Social Work, Leadership Management for Urban Executives Institute. He is the Former President the Trenton NAACP.
Carm Catanese is a retired Executive Vice President of the Sarnoff Corporation in Princeton, NJ. He is the Co-Author of Urban Schools: Crisis and Revolution (Rowman & Littlefield, 2011).
Barbara Flythe is a retired public school educator and educational consultant with a 30-year background in the education of at-risk children and the needs of disadvantaged families. She is a former Trustee of Hood College, a Head Start consultant with the U.S. Department of Education and a trainer in multicultural education, diversity awareness and anti-racism.
Patricia A. Hall worked for the Trenton Free Public Library for 33 years. She served in several roles including Director of Operations. Ms. Hall is an ordained minister at True Love Ministries and owner of ANEW Way Coaching. She is a member of the Trenton Downtown Association, the Campaign to End the New Jim Crow, Trenton/Princeton Chapter and the Conversation of Your Life Task Force, Mercer County.
Rosa Rosado is President of FRM Management, LLC, and Food & Beverages Owner of McDonald’s. She and her husband formally owned two small businesses in Trenton (Center Travel and Cleveland Deli) before becoming the owner of six Philadelphia-area McDonald's. "Our passion is young people," Rosa Rosado said. "We want to make sure education comes first for these kids. For us, it's a win-win."
Tony Cline (deceased)
James DeNeen (deceased)
Kirk Norris (deceased)