PRINCETON, NJ, April 3, 2017 – On Monday, March 6, 2017, the Princeton-Blairstown Center (PBC) elected three new Trustees who live or work in the greater Mercer County community: Christopher S. Moser, Suman Rao, and Timothy C. Stauning. PBC’s Board of Trustees is a highly-committed group of individuals, from diverse backgrounds, responsible for setting policy and overseeing the organization’s fiduciary commitments.
Christopher S. Moser is the Senior Vice President of Operations at NRG Energy, Inc. in Princeton, NJ. There he is responsible for Plant Operations, Commercial Operations, and Engineering and Construction, and serves as NRG’s representative on the board of Blue Pillar, an Internet of Things startup. Christopher has nearly 20 years experience in the electric generation business. Previous experience includes nonprofits and international political and corporate campaigns. Christopher received his Masters of Public and International Affairs from the University of Pittsburgh, and a Bachelor of Arts from Hamilton College. He is also an avid fly fisherman.
Suman Rao is a senior leader with over 20 years of experience in the information technology industry. She has held senior positions including Client Partner at Tata Consultancy Services, and Senior Director of Global Business Services at the Nielsen Company. Suman has an undergraduate degree in Engineering from India and a Masters degree in Science from North Carolina State University. Outside of work, Suman has a passion for promoting leadership and science among young girls.
Timothy C. Stauning is currently the Managing Partner for the WSI Digital Marketing Agency, providing online marketing consulting in brand promotion, lead generation, marketing automation, content development, and social media engagement. Previously, Tim spent nearly 15 years with Clear Channel Outdoor, where he was Group President, responsible for a region including 20 eastern US and Canadian markets. Overall, his career in marketing/advertising spans 30+ years. Tim received his BA in Business Administration from Gettysburg College.
PBC’s President & CEO, Pam Gregory said, “We are honored to welcome three new, diverse candidates to our Board. They all have extensive experience in strategic leadership and resource development. All three of our new Trustees came to us through VolunteerConnect and they bring a very high level of engagement and understanding of the role of the Board.”
About the Princeton-Blairstown Center
PBC is an independent nonprofit with a mission to empower young people, primarily from under-resourced communities, to strengthen their social-emotional skills through experiential, environmental, and adventure-based programming. Social Emotional Learning (SEL) includes five core competencies: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making. Our wide variety of year-round, multi-service programs serve more than 6,500 students each year.