Board Chair

David Finegold is the Dean of the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University. Prior to joining Rutgers, Dr. Finegold was a professor at the Keck Graduate Institute in Claremont, Calif. and at the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business. He is the author of more than 90 articles, book chapters and policy reports, and has written or edited six books. He consults and provides executive education and coaching to public and private sector organizations on issues such as talent management and employee development, and corporate governance. Dr. Finegold graduated summa coum laude from Harvard University and studied as a Rhodes scholar at Oxford University.


Christina Corea is the Vice President of National Initiatives at Citi Community Development, where she manages national nonprofit program development and thought leadership within economic development. She also oversees the creation of white papers covering financial services field advancements and new approaches to local wealth creation and related demonstration projects in low and moderate-income communities accross the U.S. Formerly, she spent 4 years at Brick City Development Corporation in Newark, N.J. where she held a number of roles, most recently Vice President of Strategy, Administration and Policy.

Daniel Delehanty is the Senior Vice President of Community Development Banking at Capital One Bank, where he has worked since 2006. At Capital One, he provides strategic direction for Capital One’s community development efforts relating to economic and small business development and directs CRA-related philanthropy for economic development. He also develops and manages external relationships with small business and economic development organizations across the bank footprint. Previously, Delehanty was the Director of the Community Affairs Unit at the New York State Banking Department.

Alan Dolnick is a Vice President and Commercial Loan Fund Officer at Magyar Bank. During his time at the bank, he has earned titles such as IRA Specialist, Security Officer and Branch Administrator. Dolnick served as the Retail Branch Manager for the Magyar Bank’s Kendall Park Branch Office. The branch’s deposits doubled during his tenure. Dolnick serves on the board of South Brunswick Citizens for Independent Living and for the past 15 years has served as a trustee of the South Brunswick Family YMCA. Dolnick graduated from Rutgers University.

Tony Gibbons is a Founding Partner at Crawford Street Partners, a private real estate development company. Crawford Street Partners is a mission-driven, for-profit company that focuses on investing in distressed neighborhoods. In working with local governments and civic leaders, Crawford Street Partners repurposes abandoned buildings and creates new safe places to live and work. Previous, Tony worked in Business Development at Salute Capital Management, a Global Emerging Markets Hedge Fund and was Managing Director at Moore Capital Management, where he was responsible for the Moore Fixed Income Fund.

Fred Hoffman is a Managing Director and the Head of Corporate Credit Strategies at Napier Park Global Capital. Napier Park separated from Citigroup’s alternative investment arm, Citi Capital Advisors, in February 2013. Prior to joining CCA, Hoffman was a partner and lead portfolio manager at Carlton Hill Global Capital. Hoffman has managed almost all sectors of the fixed-income marketplace including ABS/MBS, Municipal Bonds, Interest Rate Products and Credit. Hoffman graduated from Rutgers University.

Carlos Medina. Esq. is the President of Robinson Aerial Surveys and the current Chairman of the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. At Robinson Aerial Surveys, Medina oversees company operations to ensure production efficiency, quality, service, and cost-effective management of resources. He oversees technical staff responsible for design, construction administration, and inspection services for all company projects including schools, housing, municipal buildings, and transportation, state and federal government facilities. Previously, Medina was a Senior Project Manager at Medina Consultants and a Board Member of the NJ Economic Development Authority.

Lyneir Richardson is the Executive Director of The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (CUEED), a research and practitioner-oriented center at Rutgers Business School in Newark, NJ. He oversees the implementation of CUEED programs and manages partnerships, staff, affiliated faculty and fellows.  Lyneir also teaches an MBA course in Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development and serves as faculty advisor to students consulting with small business owners on strategic projects. Lyneir is the former Chief Executive Officer of Brick City Development Corporation, where he had overall responsibility for real estate development, small business services and business attraction in Newark, NJ.