, Ross Yang, and Denise Drabick join volunteer board.
...Green Brook, NJ, April 19, 2003 - The Green Brook Education Foundation (GBEF) today announced the addition of education expert and local business owner Jerry Amedeo, former Green Brook school board member Ross Yang, and communications executive Denise A. Drabick to its board of volunteers, bringing the total number of directors to six.
is a brand new addition.
experience to Ross' insights from his 3 years on the Green Brook
Board of Education, and the Foundation becomes much stronger as a champion of innovative educational programs within Green Brook
that are not available through public funding," Drabick continued.
...About Jerry AmedeoJerry Amedeo
is a long time area resident and a business owner whose 40-year career has focused on children and education.He is the executive director of the Somerset Hills School in Warren, NJ, the largest private residential treatment center in the state for boys with behavioral disabilities.He is also owner and director of Camp Harmony, a summer day camp in Warren, NJ where Jerry began his career in 1964 as program director.From 1985 to 1995 Jerry served on the Watchung Borough Board of Education and was its president during three of those years.
expertise in education, Christie Whitman added Jerry
transition team in 1993 when she
was elected governor and later appointed him to the New Jersey Turnpike Authority where he
served for four years.In addition, Jerry served on the NJ Juvenile Justice Commission at its inception in 1996 for five years and is presently a member of the faculty and academic affairs trustee committee at Monmouth University.He
resides in Green Brook
wife and who is also his