Liz Bernich is a Principal in Caldwell’s Financial Services and Private Equity / Venture Capital Retained Search Practices. She has over 15 years of executive search experience in Financial Services, Healthcare, Real Estate and Technology. Liz was previously the CFO/COO of Cromwell Partners, a Retailed Search Practice based in New York City. She began her career with Deloitte and Touche in their audit practice after graduation from Villanova University.
Gina McGuire spent the first half of her career working in television; beginning on the team that launched Fox News Channel, then moving on to VH1 and ultimately to ABC where she was part of the team to bring Who Wants to Be a Millionaire to Primetime, with host Regis Philbin. Subsequently, after many years of working in the stay-at-home mom industry, she is currently working as the Administrative Assistant to the Vice Principal and Social Media coordinator at Madison High School.
Nona LeRoux spent most of her business career as a Circulation Director for Primedia Inc, a multi-media company. She has managed subscription marketing for numerous publications such as New York, Seventeen, Modern Bride and Newsweek. She is currently a stay-at-home mom, volunteers for the School District of the Chathams and is a trustee on the board of the Chatham Education Foundation, working on their fundraising event committees. In her spare time, Nona enjoys time with her family, traveling, snowboarding and playing paddle tennis.
Beth Kneebone worked in the magazine publishing business for 15+ years, heading up marketing and promotion departments at numerous magazines including Glamour, Mademoiselle, Ladies’ Home Journal, Fitness and More. She is co-founder of The Pickup Line — a national, daily newsletter for busy moms. She and her husband reside in New Jersey where they’re raising their teen-aged daughters, Grace and Emma -- along with, Tucker and Sullie -- their dogs.
Grace Kneebone is a student at Chatham High School with an interest in marketing and social media. She was the winner of this year’s CHS Fashion Show logo design contest. She is a member of the CHS field hockey and paddle tennis teams.
Ryan works in risk and compliance at an asset management company in New York. He came across FLAG on Facebook in March and immediately wanted to help out. After a bit of research, he noticed there was not yet a FLAG2020 twitter account to compliment their already booming social media presence on Facebook and Instagram. Ryan quickly got to work and created @FLAG2020org soon after. Additionally, Ryan is credited with creating @FLAG_of_NYC for the NYC Flag group and is currently working on one for Summit, NJ.