Three South Jersey professionals join Virtua Health Foundation Board of Trustees
Virtua Health is pleased to announce its most recent leadership appointments for the Virtua Health Foundation Board of Trustees. The three trustees joining the Board all reside in southern New Jersey and have strong ties to the community and to Virtua Health. Virtua welcomes Lori Lombardo, Brian Lynn, and Michael Saccomanno.
“Lori, Brian, and Mike each bring unique talents and proven leadership skills, along with a shared commitment to giving back to our community,” said Damien M. Ghee, MSc, MFP, chair of the Virtua Health Foundation Board. “Their deep roots in South Jersey and service as trustees will propel our philanthropic mission forward. We are grateful to have them as part of our dedicated group of trustees.”
Lori Lombardo (left) is a principal at Entrepreneur Partners in Philadelphia with extensive expertise in mergers and acquisitions, corporate advisory, and nonprofit leadership. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Bates College and a Master of Science in nonprofit leadership from the University of Pennsylvania. Lori resides in Marlton with her husband, Michael, and their two sons, Luke and Logan.
Brian Lynn, CFP, (center) is managing partner at Claritas Financial Partners, an independent financial planning and asset management firm based in Marlton, NJ. Brian earned his bachelor’s degree from Tulane University in New Orleans, LA. He currently resides in Marlton with his wife, Libby, and two children, Emily and Michael.
Michael (Mike) Saccomanno, CPA/ABV/CFF, CVA, (right) is partner-in-charge at Marcum’s Valuation, Forensic & Litigation Support Services in Marlton, NJ. Mike and his wife, Barbara, are long-time South Jersey residents. Together, they have actively supported several local nonprofits over the years. In 2019, Mike’s family and firm hosted their first charitable event called “Brave the Shave,” which raised $75,000 for local charities.
Virtua Health Foundation partners with grateful patients and families, colleagues, community organizations, corporations, and leaders in South Jersey to build healthy communities. Generous philanthropic investments help Virtua address the most serious health needs of the community, and to ensure that everyone has access to the care they need.
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