YMCA Announces Appointment of 7 New Members to Board of Directors


SHREWSBURY, NJ – Seven community-minded professionals from central New Jersey have joined the Greater Monmouth County YMCA Board of Directors.

The 45-member volunteer board guides the nonprofit’s strategic direction, sets policy, and mobilizes philanthropic support to strengthen the community by connecting all people to their potential, purpose, and each other .

“We are thrilled to expand our Board of Directors with community leaders who bring a diverse set of skills, experiences and perspectives to support the Y’s mission to serve all,” said Chief Volunteer, Ted Nappi. , which oversees the Board of Directors.

The new board members, elected for three years, are:

  • Annamarie Cutroneo, vice president of operations and support services at Jersey Shore University Medical Center and resident of Matawan.
  • Natasha Davis of Tinton Falls, senior consultant at Davis Synaptic Solutions, LLC., and public health advocate.
  • Susan Harbison of Fair Haven, retired special education teacher and former member of the Fair Haven and Rumson-Fair Haven School Boards.
  • Molly Kroon, a nonprofit communications and marketing consultant and former journalist, who resides in Rumson.
  • Loryn Lawson, senior attorney at Byrnes, O’Hern & Heugle and resident of Tinton Falls.
  • Pamela Scott-Johnson, Ph.D., Dean and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs at Monmouth University. She lives in Long Branch.
  • Jennifer Phillips Smith of Matawan, a lawyer with Gibbons Law specializing in redevelopment, land use and regulation.

“As our Y moves forward with our vision of a healthy, unified community where all people reach their full potential, I couldn’t be happier to welcome our distinguished new board members,” said Y President and CEO Laurie Goganzer.


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