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Victoria (Vicki) DiAmore

Vicki recently retired from UPS after a more than 44 year career. During her career, Vicki held numerous managerial positions within operations, as well as staff functions. In Vicki’s leadership roles, she acquired the skills of strategic perspectives creating a strong business acumen competency which generated financial growth. Vicki received her B/A from Cabrini University.

Megan Burkhardt

Megan Burkhardt is retired from the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office where she served as an Assistant Prosecutor, Deputy Section Chief of the Special Victims Unit and then retired as the Deputy Section Chief of the Trial Team Unit. During her career, she instructed at the Camden County Police Academy in the areas of child abuse

Amy Pisano

Amy Pisano is presently an Associate Professor and the Coordinator of the Criminal Justice Department at Camden County College. In November 2019, she retired from her position as the Lieutenant of the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office – Special Victims Unit. As the Lieutenant, she co-supervised the Camden County Child Advocacy Center, worked closely with the

R. Cal Maradonna

R. Cal Maradonna Is a graduate of Rutgers School of Business – Camden. He earned both his undergraduate degree in Business and Economics as well as his MBA from Rutgers University. Cal has been part of Rutgers University for over 49 years. He formally worked as the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Dean of

Christy DeCristofor

Christy DeCristofor, the Secretary of the “Friends of the Camden County Child Advocacy Center” is a retired Sergeant of the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office. She retired as Sergeant of the Intelligence Unit, however her passion was and remains helping child abuse victims recover and heal. During her career at the Prosecutor’s Office she instructed the

Patricia Taulane

Patricia Taulane retired from the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office in 2017 as Captain of the Special Victims Unit, Major Crimes Unit and Victim Witness Unit. She started her law enforcement career in 1991 at Rutgers University Police Department in Camden, New Jersey as a Police Office and was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in

Michael Mangold

Michael Mangold is currently the Chief of Staff for the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office. He returned to the Prosecutor’s Office as Chief of Staff in 2014. Prior to then he served as a law Enforcement Professional and retired in 2009 as a Lieutenant in the Camden County Prosecutors Office. He formerly taught grade school at

Grace C. MacAulay

Grace MacAulay is recently retired from the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office where she served as the Deputy First Assistant Prosecutor and Section Chief of the Special Victims Unit. Grace served as an assistant prosecutor for over 25 years. As section chief and supervisor of the Special Victims Unit Grace directed investigations and actively prosecuted all

Rita Dame

Rita Dame is a CPA whose passion is to improve the financial health of organizations. Currently living in Haddon Heights with her husband, son and golden retriever, Rita is a graduate of King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, PA with a B.S in accounting. Rita began her career in public accounting; worked for several for-profit companies and

James H. Rhodes

Jim is a deputy county administrator for Camden County government. His areas of responsibility include the Department of Public Safety, the Office of Information Technology & Telecommunications, The One Stop Career Center, Internal Audit, Employee Benefits & Insurance, the Office of Archives & Records Management, and the Office of Sustainability & Shared Services. Jim is

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