About Us

Leadership

Elizabeth McCarthy

President & CEO
Elizabeth McCarthy has been a leader in shaping and implementing programs that address immediate critical needs, as well as providing the tools and support to effect long-term positive impacts on communities. Since 2011 she served as the CEO of Sheltering Arms, which addressed the effects of social inequity for children and families in the most challenged New York City communities. During her tenure there, the agency grew dramatically, adding wraparound services for families living in poverty, including education, mental health, and violence prevention programs. She also serves on the Board of Directors and the Steering Committee for the Council of Family and Child Caring Agencies (COFCCA), is the Treasurer of The Developmental Disabilities Services/Child Welfare Collaborative, LLC, and was a Board member of The Children’s Collaborative, Inc.

Prior to joining Sheltering Arms, Elizabeth served as COO at MercyFirst, Senior Vice President for Programs at Safe Horizon, an Adjunct Professor at NYU Wagner School, an Assistant Commissioner in the New York City Department of Homeless Services, and as Chief of Staff in the Mayor’s Office of Operations. She has an MBA in Public and Nonprofit Management from Yale University and a Bachelor’s Degree from Boston College.

Karen Leies

Chief of External Affairs
Karen Leies oversees all of CFBNJ's revenue, marketing, communications and volunteer operations. Karen's 25+ year career in non-profit management includes executive positions at New York City Ballet, the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research and Jazz at Lincoln Center, among others. Karen is a graduate of Ithaca College and resides with her family in South Orange, NJ.

Gerald Maloney

Chief Financial Officer
Gerald Maloney joined CFBNJ in January 2022 as Vice President of Finance and became Chief Financial Officer in July 2023. Gerald provides strategic oversight to CFBNJ’s Finance, Accounting, and IT operations. Prior to joining CFBNJ, Gerald held similar senior positions in for-profit organizations, most notably Vonage, a pioneer in providing internet telephone service, where he was part of the team that transitioned the Company from a Private Company to a Public Company through an initial public offering (IPO). Gerald received his financial training at Ernst & Young (E&Y). He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. Gerald is a Certified Public Accountant, licensed in New York. 

Jeannie Fournier

Vice President of Programs & Services
Jeannie Fournier provides strategic development and leadership for CFBNJ's programs focused on providing nutritious food to meet immediate needs as well as efforts to shorten the line and create food security. Jeannie has built and lead large-scale programs for over 16 years, most recently serving as Senior Director at Food Bank For New York City where she oversaw nutrition and capacity building efforts at schools and community based organizations citywide. Jeannie is a graduate of William Paterson University and a Master Certified Health Education Specialist.

David Goldstein

Vice President of Operations
David Goldstein oversees all of CFBNJ's logistical operations. He was previously a Director at Fulfill of Monmouth & Ocean, where he ran their operations, food sourcing, network engagement, and human resources departments. David has also served as Vice President of Operations for the Food Bank for New York City and in various managerial roles for United Parcel Service. For the past 14 years, he has served on and chaired Congressman Jose E. Serrano's Service Academy Committee. In June 2013, Congressman Serrano honored David with a Congressional Record.

Jennifer Nelson

Vice President of Network Relations
Jennifer Nelson oversees our relationships with and support for our network of 800 community partners. Jennifer was previously Senior Vice President at Do Good Auto Coalition, where she led hyperlocal data analysis to track emergency food relief efforts of multiple nonprofit organizations during COVID-19. She also served as the Director of Operations and Food Sourcing at food rescue organization, Table to Table. Jen started her career in Chemical Engineering and has over 20 years of operations, data analysis, sales, marketing, and entrepreneurial experience.

Terrence Williams, Psy. D.

Vice President of HR
Terrence oversees talent management and human resources compliance at CFBNJ. He’s led high performing teams for over 20 years for organizations like the ACLU, OTG Management, Johnson & Wales, and The New York Times Company in senior leadership roles in human resources, development and operations. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality Management from Johnson & Wales University, a Master’s in Human Resources from Troy University, and a Doctorate from William James College.
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      Chairperson

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    • Joseph F. Dempsey Jr.

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      Vice Chairperson

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    • Jill Gateman

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    • Perry Blatt

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    • Haven Cockerham

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    • Dan Cregg

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    • Hans Dekker

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    • Andy Federbusch

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    • Antony J. Ferolie

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    • Stacey Goodman

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    • Marina Hong

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    • Ashley Julmis

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    • Jane Wilf

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    • Aaron Wilson

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