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Frank A. Farnesi is a retired partner of KPMG LLP. In October 2012, Mr. Farnesi was named Chairman of the Board of Beneficial Bank. He is also a director of RAIT Investment Trust (NYSE: RAS) and a Trustee of Faith in the Future Foundation. Age 67. Trustee of Beneficial Bank since 2004 and director of Beneficial Bancorp since its formation in 2014.
Edward G. Boehne served as the President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia from 1981 to 2000. Mr. Boehne is a Senior Economic Advisor for Haverford Trust Company, an asset management company. He is also a director of Toll Brothers, Inc. (NYSE: TOL) and the privately held companies of Haverford Trust Company, Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company and AAA Mid-Atlantic (including the related holding company, AAA Club Partners). Age 74. Trustee of Beneficial Bank since 2000 and director of Beneficial Bancorp since its formation in 2014
Karen Dougherty Buchholz is Senior Vice President, Administration of Comcast Corp., one of the nation's leading providers of entertainment, information and communications products and services. Karen serves on the boards of many civic and charitable organizations, including: Board of Directors, Executive Committee and 2014 - 2015 Campaign Co-Chair for United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey; Germantown Academy; Pennsylvania Conference for Women; Chair, Board of Governors of the Pyramid Club; Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce Paradigm Award and Scholarship Committee; and University of Pennsylvania’s Trustees’ Council of Penn Women. She has received numerous awards, including the Philadelphia Magazine 2016 Trailblazer Award, 2014 United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey Women’s Initiative Award; NAMIC-Philadelphia 2012 Paragon Award, and 2012 Multichannel News Wonder Women Award. She has been a trustee of Beneficial Bank since 2009 and director of Beneficial Bancorp since its inception in 2014. Age 48.
Michael Donohue is a business advisor, board director, and investor with technology, media, and industrial companies. He has served on 12 private and four publicly held boards of directors, ranging in size from Air Products ($30 billion in market cap) and KPMG ($25 billion in revenue) to growth stage tech firms. He presently serves as an independent director of three privately held firms: Mobiquity, Preferred, and SiteSpect. Michael works as an advisor to growth equity funds NewSpring Capital and Dimensional Associates. He spent 21 years in leadership roles at KPMG LLP, most recently as Chief Operating Officer. In that role, he managed the IPO process then led a global expansion program, completing 34 M&A transactions which added $1.1 billion of annual revenue. He was appointed to Beneficial’s board in 2015. Age 57.
Donald F. Gayhardt, Jr. has served as the Chief Executive Officer of Tiger Financial Management, a financial services company, since January 2012 and as Chairman of the Board of Music Training Center Holdings, LLC, a music education company, since May 2009. Before that, Mr. Gayhardt held positions of President, Chief Financial Officer and Secretary as well as a member of the Board of Directors of Dollar Financial Corp., a financial services company located in Berwyn, Pennsylvania. Age 50. Trustee of Beneficial Bank since 2009 and director of Beneficial Bancorp since its formation in 2014.
Elizabeth H. Gemmill served as the President of the Warwick Foundation, a private family foundation, which dissolved in 2012. She is also a director of Universal Display Corporation (Nasdaq: PANL) and the Chairman of the Board of the Presbyterian Foundation. Age 69. Trustee of Beneficial Bank since 2005 and director of Beneficial Bancorp since its formation in 2014.
Thomas J. Lewis served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals, Inc. from 1996 to 2012. He is also a director of The Food Trust and The Health Care Improvement Foundation, both of which are nonprofit organizations. Age 62. Trustee of Beneficial Bank since 2005 and director of Beneficial Bancorp since its formation in 2014.
Roy D. Yates is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rutgers University in Piscataway, New Jersey and is a former Chairman of the Board of FMS Financial Corporation. Age 52. Trustee of Beneficial Bank since 2007 and director of Beneficial Bancorp since its formation in 2014.