Dr. Sandra Griffin
Retired superintendent of schools and former teacher, principal and assistant superintendent
( Great Valley, West Chester, Lower Merion and) Downingtown School districts respectively.
Penn State University assistant professor, graduate education courses.
Adjunct faculty member at Immaculata, Cabrini, and West Cheater University.
Served on Chester County Historical Society and Exton Chamber boards.
Graduated from Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research-MSS; graduated from Eastern University-MBA.
Employed by Chester County Office of Mental Health/Mental Retardation-22years last position County Administrator. Retired from the Commonwealth of Pa. Office of Mental Health Substance Abuse Services-12 years Community Program Manager. After retirement, moved to Plano, Texas for 2 years and volunteered in the Plano School District. Returned to PA and currently volunteering with Sr. Citizens. Wanted an opportunity to volunteer with a non-profit agency serving consumers of service.
Elizabeth (Betsy) Kearney
Proud mother of 3 successful children and 9 precious grandchildren. Retired from Bell Atlantic/Verizon after 34 years in various managerial positions, including; Staff Manager, Sales Manager & Business Office Manager. Received the prestigious Quality Award for steering a project that resulted in a $12 million savings to the company.
Volunteer for 5 years on a community HOA and 2 years as president. Has volunteered for over 10 years at Steeple to People Ministry that serves the poor and displaced in Honey Brook Township. Active member of St. Peters Church in West Bradford Township.
Walter Borginis III, CPA CGMA, MBA
currently a Senior Associate with the Corridor Group. He recently retired as the President and CEO of The Visiting Nurse Association of Greater Philadelphia, one of the largest and oldest non-profit providers of home health, hospice, palliative care and home visit physician services. Prior to that, he served as Executive Vice President and CFO of the VNA.He is an experienced senior executive operating in a wide range of not for profit healthcare and educational settings and he has significant experience outside the traditional finance roles.
In his career, Walter has had the opportunity to develop his skills in team development and operational leadership, financial leadership, and fund raising. He has had articles published in both Caring magazine and Remington Report. In addition, Walter has acted as a board member and Treasurer for the National Association for Home Care and Hospice and for Visiting Nurse Associations of America. He is a member of multiple professional organizations. He is a frequent speaker at NAHC conferences.
Walter earned his B.S. and MBA with honors from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.