Meet Our Vestry


 

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Andrew Masterman
Rector's Warden
Executive Committee Member

Class of 2021

Andrew Masterman

Andrew Masterman was born in Niagara Falls, NY.  He earned a Bachelor of Arts with Distinction in political science at The Colorado College in Colorado Springs, CO in 1989, and received an MS in industrial engineering, an MA in Japanese studies and an MBA at Michigan in 1993.A cradle Episcopalian, Andrew has been active in the church as both a vestry member and youth leader while traveling extensively in the U.S. and abroad. Before moving to Pennsylvania in 2012, Andrew was active in various Episcopal Foundations at St Martins in the Fields in Columbia, SC as well as the Board of Regents at Kanuga Episcopal Conferences in Hendersonville, NC. At Redeemer, Andrew has been active on the Music Committee, taught fifth grade Sunday School and serves on the Youth Formation Committee. He also is on the Advisory Council for the Legacy into Promise capital campaign. Professionally, Andrew is the Chief Executive Officer of BrightView Landscapes, the world’s largest commercial landscaping company with over 23,000 employees. Based in Plymouth Meeting, PA, the firm  builds and maintains some of the most iconic and beautiful landscapes in North America. Prior to coming to BrightView in late 2016, Andrew held a number of executive leadership positions with metallurgical firms, including Precision Castparts Corporation, ESAB Welding and Cutting in North America, Platinum Metals Group, and Spartan Light Metal Products. Andrew and his wife, Cheryl, have been married over 20 years and have three children: Zoe (17), Nicholas (15) and Ryan (12) who all sing in the Redeemer choir as well as serving as acolytes and junior vergers. Andrew enjoys working out in the gym, snow skiing, mountain hiking, scuba diving, a good glass of pinot noir and kayaking in the San Juan Islands.

Mackie MacLean
Mackie MacLean
Accounting Warden
Executive Committee Member

Class of  2021

Mackie MacLean

B.A. (Mackie) MacLean, Jr. and his family joined the Redeemer when they moved to Haverford in 1977. Older daughter Elizabeth soon became active in RYG, while sons Andrew and Tucker sang in the boys’ choir. Younger daughter Rebecca MacLean Northington also joined the choir, a tradition she and her four children have continued to this day. The three younger children were also acolytes.  Mackie’s wife Charlotte taught in Church School for more than 25 years and directed it during her vestry term. Mackie also taught Church School in addition to serving as a youth group leader and search committee member following Tim Pickering’s retirement. More recently he has served on the music and finance committees, and the Legacy into Promise gift committee. Mackie has spent the last 30 years in executive search, most of it as a partner with Diversified Search LLC., which is now the ninth largest firm in the industry. He remains active as a Senior Advisor in the firm working with a small number of longtime clients. Over the years he has served on several local boards of directors, including the Haverford and Baldwin school boards; the Philadelphia Zoo; VNA and VNS of Philadelphia; the Academy of Vocal Arts which he chaired for ten years, and the public company, First Priority Bank Corp. He is a graduate of Yale, and earned his MBA at New York University, and initially spent 20 years in the banking business, predominately with Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.

 

Susan Adeniyi-Jones
Susan Adeniyi-Jones
 

Class of  2021

Susan Adeniyi-Jones

Susan Adeniyi-Jones joined The Redeemer in 2004 after being invited to attend the 9 a.m. service by the late Reverend Stephen Billings. She served as an adult mentor to the Redeemer Youth Group for 2 years, and is a long-standing member of the African Children’s Mission Committee. In 2016, Susan served as a lay delegate to the Pennsylvania Diocesan Convention for the election and installation of Bishop Gutierrez. Educated in Nigeria and at the University of Birmingham, England, Susan came to the U.S. after being awarded a medical staff fellowship at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. She is a neonatologist with Nemours DuPont at Jefferson, an associate professor, and long term faculty member of the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. Earlier in her career, Susan was at the forefront of the development and treatment of premature babies with lung surfactant, working under the mentorship of Dr. Ted Egan. She established the first neonatal brain cooling hypothermia program in the tri-state region to prevent permanent brain damage from birth asphyxia in babies. She also specializes in the care and detox of babies born to mothers with opioid addiction. A long line of Christian doctors include her paternal grandfather and grandmother, founding members of Christ Church Anglican Cathedral in Lagos, Nigeria. She lives in Wynnewood with her husband, Abraham Munabi, MD. They have two adult children, Tunji (St. Paul’s School, SPS ’05; Stanford ’10) and Naikhoba (SPS ’06, Stanford ’10, Columbia Med ’15). She enjoys gardening, doing crosswords, the theatre, and traveling. A long-standing desire is to visit the Galapagos Islands.

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Jay Brown
 

Class of  2019

Jay Brown

Jay Brown has been a member of The Redeemer since birth, where he was baptized and confirmed. He grew up in Bryn Mawr, and attended Episcopal Academy, and then Williams College where he majored in Philosophy. He is a graduate of Penn Law School. His two children, Jay and Emily, were members of the Redeemer for many years, are now 35 and 33. Both are married and practicing lawyers, one in Virginia and the other in Washington, D.C. Jay also has two grandchildren, Avery and Taylor, now 4 and 2. Jay has helped with the acolytes and stewardship at the Redeemer, and for a number of years he has been in charge of ushers for the 11:15 service. He has been a trial lawyer for 40 years, specializing in medical malpractice defense, in Montgomery County and for many years has been with the firm Goldfein and Joseph in Philadelphia. Jay has very strong ties to The Redeemer, his mother having sung in the choir many years ago and his father having served on the Vestry.

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Andrea Cayley

Class of 2020

Andrea Cayley

Andrea is on the Adult Formation Committee at The Redeemer and also serves on the African Children’s Mission Committee, and Christmas Bazaar Committee, She also teaches Rite 13. She is the Program Director of the Center for Ethics and Rule of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Prior to this she worked for 20 years as a war crimes prosecutor in the former Yugoslavia and Cambodia. Andrea grew up in Haverford and is a proud alumna of the Baldwin School. She graduated from Columbia University, Penn Law, and Temple Law, and has a doctorate in International law from Leiden University in the Netherlands. She serves on the Alumnae Board of Baldwin and is on the board of the Jesuit Refugee Services Committee in Cambodia. In the former Yugoslavia she founded a charity called International Women’s Charity Committee, which supports orphanages in the region and funds legal reforms of adoption laws. Andrea resides in Bryn Mawr and is a mother of four: Alexander, 18, Anna, 15, Edmund, 12, and Eleanor 6. Andrea’s interests include photography, reading, tennis, and watching her daughter row.

 

Jan Clarke

 

 

 

 

Jan Clarke

Class of 2020

Jan Clarke

A life-long Episcopalian, Jan joined The Redeemer 2007. She is a member of the Outreach Grants and Parish House Design Committees and serves as coordinator for Foyers Groups and the St. Gabriel’s Mission hot lunch program. As chairperson of the Flower Guild, she takes great pleasure in designing floral arrangements and working with a very talented group of Guild members.  Jan’s educational background in nursing and business administration has afforded her a long and varied career in the health care industry. Her leadership experience in the healthcare utilization and quality improvement fields were most rewarding. Now semi-retired, she works on a half-time basis as the senior medical/health policy writer for the Jefferson School of Population Health in Philadelphia.  Jan and her husband Bill Gross have a large blended family. Three of Jan’s four “40-something” children, and 7 grandchildren ranging in age from 7 to 21– live within a 45 minute drive. One son lives in Melbourne, Australia, with his wife and Jan’s two “grand-dogs.” Bill’s son calls Manhattan home. In her free time, Jan serves as recording secretary of The Garden Workers. She enjoys gardening, singing in a small acapella ensemble, traveling, and unwinding at a summer cottage in Nova Scotia.

 

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Phil Jodz

Class of  2019

Phil Jodz

Phil Jodz and his wife, Meghan, joined The Redeemer in 2007, shortly after moving to Wynnewood. They have two children, both of whom are active in church school, choir, and the St. Gabe’s mission. Phil has served on the Finance Committee and as an assistant and catechist in church school. He is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University and Villanova University and works in wealth management. Family activities include sailing, skiing, hiking, soccer, and other youth sports.

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Elizabeth McLean
 

Class of  2019

Elizabeth McLean

Elizabeth McLean has a BA and an MA (with major in American History) from the University of Pennsylvania, and is a graduate of the Barnes Arboretum School. She is a landscape historian, and has recently published, with architectural historian Mark Reinberger, "The Philadelphia Country House: Architecture and Landscape in Colonial America." She is an emeritus advisory trustee of the Morris Arboretum, the Library Company of Philadelphia (past president), and is Research Associate in Botany at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University. She has been attending the Church of the Redeemer since she was nine, and has happy memories of singing in the junior choir, and much later of seeing her children in the Christmas pageant. She was president of the Women of the Church at the Redeemer (when there was such a thing), is on the Christian Life Committee, and has learned much from Peter's Bible study groups, Howard Baker's book groups, various Forums, and the experience of being a reader at the early service.

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Caroline Manogue
Executive Committee
 

Class of  2019

Caroline Manogue

Caroline Manogue, her husband Christopher, and their daughter Samantha (11) and son Phineas (9) have been members of The Redeemer since 2012 (after having been “C&E” attendees since moving to the Main Line in 2004). At The Redeemer, Caroline is a member of the Newcomer Committee and assists with attic treasures at the Christmas Bazaar. Samantha and Phineas both attend The Redeemer’s church school and serve in the acolyte program. In June 2015, Caroline retired from her position as Chief Legal Officer at Endo International, a global specialty pharmaceutical company, in order to spend more time with her family and friends and contribute to her community. Prior to joining Endo in 2000, she practiced law in the New York office of the law firm Skadden Arps, where she specialized in mergers & acquisitions, securities and corporate law. Caroline is a native of Bay Head, New Jersey, and received her undergraduate degree from Middlebury College and law degree from Fordham University. Outside The Redeemer, she has served on several not-for-profit boards and currently is on the board for the Association of Corporate Counsel of Greater Philadelphia and the Bay Head Yacht Club. Caroline’s other interests include reading, travelling, cooking, eating, and spending time with family and friends.

Carolyn Morris
Carolyn Morris
Executive Committee
 

Class of  2021

Carolyn Morris

Carolyn Morris, her husband Sam, and daughters Laura and Sarah joined the Redeemer about 25 years ago when they moved to the Main Line from Chestnut Hill. Sam is continuing a family tradition in coming to the Redeemer. His grandfather sang in the Redeemer choir as a boy, was married at the Redeemer and is buried in the churchyard, along with 40 other Morris family members. While Carolyn is a lifetime Episcopalian, she is a newcomer to the Philadelphia area, having moved here in 1975. In her professional career, she worked in commercial real estate with both insurance companies and foreign investors. Carolyn’s second career was in the nonprofit world, running a foundation. As a third act, she is a wife, mother, sister, aunt, niece, friend and volunteer. Currently Carolyn is a member of the Board of Women Visitors at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. She supports the endeavors of Camphill Soltane/Parzival and has a variety of roles at the Redeemer. Currently, Carolyn’s primary activities at the Redeemer include serving as a member of the Healing Ministry team, working on the Outreach Dinner Party and Bazaar, acting as a member of the Capital Campaign Committee and participating in a Foyers group. Previously, she was a member of the Outreach Committee, the Finance Committee, Pastoral Care, a Rector Search Committee and the Vestry. She has chaired and co-chaired the Outreach Dinner Party and Bazaar; co-chaired the Capital Campaign, Part I, chaired the Episcopal Church Women and occasionally volunteered for IHN. Carolyn’s leisure interests include travel, needlepoint, collecting Chinese export porcelain, antiques, reading, The Bridge Group and sporadic bingeing on amusing, but mindless, TV series such as The Crown, Madam Secretary, and Bull.

Scott Stephan
Scott Stephan

Class of  2020
 
Scott Stephan

Scott Stephan and his wife Alexis have been members of The Redeemer for over ten years. Their three daughters were baptized at The Redeemer, and now Olivia (11), Kate (8), and Caroline (6) participate in church school, choir, and acolytes. Alexis is a leader of The Redeemer Youth Group. Scott has been a member in the Marketing, Engagement & Growth task force, and acts as a liaison to the Youth Formation committee. Scott grew up in Reading, PA. He has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Penn State University, and he has spent his career in technical sales, currently with MuleSoft and previously with Netezza and MicroStrategy. Scott is also a Parent Ambassador for the Agnes Irwin School, and he enjoys cooking, soccer, legos, and skiing activities with his family

Carter Williams

 

 

 



Carter Williams

Class of 2020

Carter Williams

Carter Williams is a lifelong Redeemer parishioner who was baptized by Tim Pickering. He met his wife, Ginny, in Redeemer Youth Group (RYG); Carter and Ginny were married by Tim Dobbins. Ginny is a former vestry member. Carter and Ginny have two children, Cal, 17 and Cheney, 15, who are active at The Redeemer as well. Over the years, Carter has been very involved in RYG, as well as being head of the Outreach Committee. He has run the music discernment committee, served on the rector search committee for Peter, and he manages the Christmas basket program. Professionally, Carter runs a small industrial automation company in Broomall and is on the board of Episcopal Community Services and Merion Cricket Club.

 

Committee Chairs

Adult Spiritual Formation
     TBA

African Children’s Mission 
    
Prill Bradshaw

Altar Guild
     Anne Kellett

Buildings & Grounds
     Ginger Woods

Christmas Bazaar
  Friday Dinner Party

     Susan Van Allen

  Saturday Bazaar
     Susan Van Allen

Finance
    Phil Jodz

Flower Guild
     Jan Clarke

Growth & Development
     Ken Schwenke