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The NJ Sharing Community Basis Board of Trustees has introduced the election of its 2021-2022 Board Officers to “lead its strategic efforts to extend the variety of lives saved by way of revolutionary analysis, household help, public consciousness and training in regards to the life-saving advantages of organ and tissue donation and transplantation.”
Efficient Jan. 1, the brand new officers are: Christopher J. Bautista of Spring Lake Heights, chairman; Jane A. Buckiewicz of Level Nice, vice chairman; Ron Oswick of Freehold, vice chairman; Bhavna Tailor of Clifton, treasurer; and, Elizabeth Stamler of Scotch Plains, secretary.
Bautista first turned concerned with NJ Sharing Community in 2016, shortly after his son, Luke, handed away at age 15 and donated his coronary heart, each kidneys, liver and pancreas to save lots of the lives of 5 folks. This previous 12 months, Bautista served as chairman of NJ Sharing Community’s 5K Celebration of Life in Lengthy Department. Bautista and his household additionally created Workforce Luke, a 5K crew that has raised practically $300,000 since 2016 to help the NJ Sharing Community Basis.
Bautista is the director of digital companies at Altered Picture in Matawan. He earned a bachelor’s diploma in communications from Marist School in Poughkeepsie, New York.
Buckiewicz has served as a member of the NJ Sharing Community Basis Board since 2018 and at the moment chairs the Annual Golf Traditional & Tennis Match to honor the reminiscence of her son, Dan, who handed away in 2009 and saved the lives of three folks by way of organ donation and enhanced the lives of 70 extra by way of tissue donation. Buckiewicz and her household additionally honor Dan with a crew on the 5K Celebration of Life. Workforce Buck has participated yearly for the reason that inception of the occasion in 2011, elevating greater than $115,000.
Buckiewicz is retired after serving as vice chairman of finance and human sources at Blue Buffalo Co. in Wilton, Connecticut. She earned an MBA from Tempo College and a bachelor’s diploma from Rutgers College.
Oswick not too long ago commemorated the 25th anniversary of his spouse Tanya’s life-saving coronary heart transplant by talking on the 22nd Annual Golf Traditional & Tennis Match. Oswick has been a member of the NJ Sharing Community Basis Board since 2018. The Oswicks rejoice Tanya’s present of life with a crew on the 5K Celebration of Life. Their crew, Second Probability, has participated for the reason that inception of the occasion in 2011, they usually have raised greater than $65,000.
Oswick is a senior operations analyst at Seix Funding Advisors in Park Ridge. He earned grasp’s and bachelor’s levels in enterprise administration and administration at Loyola School in Maryland.
Tailor has served on the NJ Sharing Community Basis Board since 2015 and is a “tireless advocate” for organ and tissue donation. With 25 years of expertise in training, Tailor is vice chairman of operations at Eastwick School and Ho-Ho-Kus Faculties straight aiding the president, overseeing advertising and marketing and expertise, and managing the day-to-day operations to make sure the campus runs easily. Tailor performs a “key function” in main Eastwick School’s scholar and neighborhood teaching programs that work all year long to lift consciousness about organ and tissue donation.
Tailor serves on the Board of Trustees for Eastwick School and the Essex and Newark Workforce Funding Board. She can also be a member of the board of administrators for the Profession Schooling Faculties and Universities (CECU).
Stamler serves as an elected member of the Scotch Plains Township Council and as Deputy Mayor for 2021. Stamler’s brother, aunt and father, the late Union County Prosecutor John H. Stamler, every obtained a life-saving coronary heart transplant. Her different brother later handed away and gave the present of life as a tissue donor, “enhancing the lives of over 30 folks.” Stamler is a longtime volunteer at NJ Sharing Community and has served on the NJ Sharing Community Basis Board of Trustees for 4 years.
She is a procurement specialist with Union County Emergency Companies. She holds a grasp’s diploma in accounting from New Jersey Metropolis College and a certificates in public administration from Kean College. She earned a bachelor’s diploma in criminology from The School of New Jersey.
“Chris, Jane, Ron, Bhavna and Elizabeth are all devoted volunteers and advocates who maintain a real ardour for organ and tissue donation,” stated Elisse E. Glennon, government director, NJ Sharing Community Basis. “They’re revered leaders who convey a wealth of numerous expertise, expertise and experience of their fields to additional our mission to save lots of and improve lives.”
The nonprofit basis is “dedicated to assist enhance the quantity of lives saved by way of revolutionary analysis, household help, public consciousness and training in regards to the life-saving advantages of organ and tissue donation and transplantation.”
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