Dr. Dana M. Green
New Life Ministries, Pastor
As Executive Director of New Life Community Development Corporation Dr. Green’s objective is to effect a holistic approach in serving the needs of the community.
Her education at Eastern University for Community Revitalization and experience with community and economic development has enabled her to collaborate public-private partnerships, fund-raising projects, public relations, education and training and economic development.
She is an extraordinary humanitarian with over 14 years of executive experience. Through her service as Executive Director of NLCDC she has obtained diverse experience in planning, community development, and project management. Dr. Green successfully implemented and completed a HOME project in Woodlynne, NJ which entailed acquisition, rehabilitation and the sale of a low income property to low to moderate income individuals.
Dr. Green has worked alongside with her late husband Elder G. Ronald Green through his many years of designing and implementing pre-apprenticeship training programs, community engagement, and housing services. She takes prides in the level of success with creating employment opportunities for many Camden city residents through the relationships consummated over the years with the building trades unions of southern New Jersey. Dr. Green continues those efforts with the collaboration of UOSS.
Dr. Green’s services also include meeting the needs of the community by providing various programs that meet the needs of the individual. Programs include: Food Pantry, Code Blue, Clothing and Coat drives, Summer Recreation programs, After-school services, Counseling, Senior program and services as well as various types of community workshops, training and hosting health, and employment fairs.
- Campolo School for Social Change at Eastern University, Community Revitalization Pa 2004
- Graduated Philadelphia Biblical University, Bachelor of Science in Bible. Cum Laude, 2000
- Received Honorary Doctorate Degree from Jameson School of Ministry and Theology, 2006
President, Total HR Solutions
Tracee Hunt, a skilled HR professional, has provided key leadership in senior level roles as well as driving HR strategies through Board membership as Committee Chair. Her responsibilities have ranged all facets of HR to include the transformation of entire Human Resources functions, as well as leading the charge in reshaping the culture of the organizations that she has worked with and for. This has been largely as a result of her strong cultural competence and keen focus on diversity, equity and inclusion. Developing key HR strategies to facilitate the achievement of organizational goals and objectives has been her priority in both large and small organizations. Tracee, a refined HR Executive and Business Partner has served as a key member of executive leadership teams to facilitate the pursuit of each organization’s quest for a sustainable and prosperous future. Tracee has over 25 years of experience in the field of Human Resources.
Prior to starting Total HR, her last internal role was Chief Human Resources Officer for Bancroft, a leading non-profit organization providing behavioral health services. Prior to Bancroft, Ms. Hunt held the position of VP of Human Resources for The Philadelphia Coca-Cola Bottling Company for 11 years, where she was responsible for all aspects of Human Resources strategy, organizational development and culture initiatives. In all of her roles, Tracee has played an integral part in the development and execution of organizational strategy. Ms. Hunt has led in both union and non-union environments, as well as organizations with unique demographic challenges. Additionally, Ms. Hunt has worked in Human Resources in various industries, to include: retail, hospital administration, manufacturing, service, and chemical. She has been fortunate to engineer HR from the ground-up and provide sound HR expertise and solutions in both start-up and well established organizations.
Throughout Tracee’s HR career and in her business she has been applauded for her astute business acumen, strategic focus, her premier executive consultation skills, her holistic focus on driving cultural competence, as well as her benefits expertise relative to its P&L impact.
Ms. Hunt recently completed several terms on the Board of Directors for Philadelphia Works, Inc., a mayoral appointed position, as well as previously serving as chair of the Philadelphia Youth Council for four years, where she has now returned as a board member. Ms. Hunt is also a board member and Secretary of the Board for Impact Services, one of Philadelphia’s largest community development corporations. She is a longstanding National SHRM Member. Tracee has served as keynote speaker for The New Jersey Executive Club, as well as various local SHRM chapters in the Greater Philadelphia region. She has also been a featured speaker on CN8 Money Matters for employee related segments.
Tracee holds a master’s degree in Human Services Administration with a concentration in Human Resources Management from Rider University; a bachelor’s degree in Vocational Education with a concentration in HR Training and Development from Southern Illinois University; and an associate’s degree from Burlington County College in Accounting.
Tracee is married and has two children.
V.P. - Development
Michaels Development Co.
Nicholas Cangelosi serves as Vice President of Development for Michaels Development Company and is responsible for all aspects of development activity including acquisitions, planning, land use approvals, and development financing. Mr. Cangelosi concentrates his development activities in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, Delaware, and Connecticut.
Mr. Cangelosi has over 10 years of experience structuring complex real estate transactions, particularly those that combine low income housing tax credits, historic rehabilitation tax credits, HOME, CDBG, Choice Neighborhoods, as well as other state, county, local and private financing sources. Mr. Cangelosi has secured financing and led award-winning development efforts on more than 1,200 new and preserved affordable housing units with investment well in excess of $400 million. The types of development projects included adaptive reuse historic redevelopment, large, multi-phase townhome projects and new construction midrise senior buildings, mixed-finance communities as well as mixed-income and mixed uses transit oriented developments. Prior to joining Michaels Development Company, Mr. Cangelosi served as Project Director for Conifer Realty, LLC. In this capacity, Mr. Cangelosi contributed to the development of over 870 Low Income Housing Tax Credit rental units in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and assisted in raising approximately $250 million to support such effort. Mr. Cangelosi also worked with the Camden County Improvement Authority as Senior Project Coordinator where he managed the financing and development of major capital projects for the County proper, educational facilities, healthcare sector and non-profit organizations.
Mr. Cangelosi holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Georgetown University and completed coursework within Rutgers University's Master of Business Administration program. Mr. Cangelosi is a licensed real estate associate in New Jersey and Member at Urban Land Institute of Philadelphia/South Jersey. He currently serves as Vice-Chairman of his local Planning and Zoning Board
Rev. Janice Bailey
Rev. Bailey’s “each one, reach one, teach one” philosophy has been the driving force behind her approach to reach the lost. Rev. Bailey has spearheaded outreach projects within the homeless community to spread a message of hope to homeless residents in the City. Rev. Bailey has led teams of volunteers to participate in service projects in the City of Camden. She also plays an integral role during the winter months in helping to ensure that homeless city residents have shelter. Rev. Bailey also reaches out to the community by ministering to the terminally ill in hospitals, nursing homes, and assisted living communities.
Rev. Bill Williams
Rev. Bill Williams’ passion for giving and serving began as a child and ultimately led him to serve in the Army. His desire to serve his community has led him to assist community members from all walks of life. He oversees the “Morning After, Substance Abuse Counseling program and has been instrumental in helping those in the grips of addiction establish and maintain abstinence through biblical teaching. Rev. Williams also plays an integral role in the Helping Hands food distribution program as well as other programs including transportation, environmental services, and Code Blue during the winter months.
Harvey C. Johnson
Non - Board Member
Harvey C. Johnson practices in the area of real estate law and litigation. Mr. Johnson has handled a wide variety of litigation matters, ranging from administrative law issues to jury trials at which millions of dollars were at stake for his clients. He represents major developers and assists them in obtaining the necessary government approvals for large housing-development projects, electrical cogeneration plants, solar energy and wind energy projects, and commercial developments. He also provides counsel to government entities throughout the state of New Jersey on real estate issues.
Mr. Johnson also represents developers in connection with the development of affordable housing projects that use federal low income housing tax credits and state and federal subsidy programs.
Mr. Johnson previously served as general counsel to the South Jersey Port Corporation, where he helped the state agency acquire numerous parcels of land and buildings to expand the port. He routinely assists both public and private clients in obtaining various approvals and permits from the Pinelands Commission and from the N.J. Department of Environmental Protection. He also previously represented Deptford Township and the Camden City Board of Education.
Mr. Johnson served for 12 years as the Municipal Judge of Lawnside, New Jersey.
Areas of Practice
• Affordable Housing
• Commercial Litigation
• Government Law
• Real Estate Law
• Eminent Domain
• Property Tax Appeals
• Public Finance