Board Bio Fred M. Carl

Fred Carl began the effort to save Camp Evans by transforming it into a Science Education Center in March of 1993 when its closing under BRAC was announced.  An article in the Asbury Park Press carried the headline “Evans Likely to Fade in Oblivion”.   With the...

Board Bio JOHN S. TRUHAN, P.E.

Since 1983, John S. Truhan has been the President and Founder of John S. Truhan Consulting Engineers, Inc. which has an accumulation of expertise in all aspects of Civil Engineering including land development, municipal and state projects.  He has served as Municipal,...

Board Bio Michael B. Smith

Michael B. Smith has over thirty six years of leadership and management experience in state and federal government programs and services. He retired from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory after serving as a Senior Program Manager in the U.S. Department of...

Board Bio Richard J. Shaklee, Esq.

Richard Shaklee is a graduate of Rutgers University and a cum laude graduate of Boston University School of Law.  During college, Mr. Shaklee was a member of the Rutgers Army R.O.T.C. and served in the United States Army Reserve following graduation. While in Law...

Board Bio Michael T. Ruane

Michael T. Ruane was the Executive Director of the Monmouth County Division on Aging, Disabilities and Veterans Services providing one-stop services to three under-represented demographic populations: the aging, the disabled, and the past, present, and future veterans...

Board Bio Daniel R. Marlow, PhD

Daniel Marlow is the Evans Crawford 1911 Professor of Physics at Princeton University, where he has been a faculty member since 1984.   Marlow earned a Ph.D. in the field of nuclear physics from Carnegie Mellon University before switching to experimental particle...