Meet Our Vestry


 

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David Senior
Rector's Warden
Executive Committee Member

Class of 2018

David Senior

David, his wife Diane, and their two daughters Isabel (Baldwin ’16, Duke ‘20) and Audrey (Baldwin ‘18) have been members of The Redeemer since 2002, after relocating from Burlington, Vermont. Before being appointed to serve his final two Vestry years as Rector’s Warden, David was the Accounting Warden for four years.  Previously, David taught in the All Things New and J2A classes (and chaperoned a youth mission trip to the Dominican Republic). He participated in the development of a recent Strategic Plan, was involved in the Dad’s Group as well as the Newcomers’ Committee. David’s family members are all active at Redeemer, including Diane having served on the Vestry from 2005 to 2008.  David has worked for more than 16 years at AmerisourceBergen. After many years as the corporation’s SVP Strategy and Corporate Development, he currently leads all of Finance for the U.S. pharmaceutical wholesale distribution business, the core division with $100+ Billion in revenue. He also serves on the Board of an emerging company in the health care field.  David is a native of St. Louis, received his undergraduate degree in economics from Duke University and graduate degree in public health with a concentration in health care management at Yale University.

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Phil Jodz
Accounting Warden
Executive Committee Member

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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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.

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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.

Anna Gerrity

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Class of  2018

Anna Gerrity

Anna’s nearly lifelong Episcopalian journey began in St. Mary’s preschool, in Haddon Heights NJ. Since those early days, she never strayed far from the traditions and liturgy first experienced there. Anna and her husband Tom moved to Haverford from New England nearly twenty-five years ago, joining The Redeemer in the fall of 1990 while still unpacking boxes. Their children Caitlin, Tommy, Jimmy and Erin (now 28, 26, 24 and 22), attended Sunday School, sang in the choirs and participated in the Acolyte program. While a stay-at-home Mom, Anna was a founder of the early Mothers’ programs and the Advent Quiet Morning, and she completed Education for Ministry. She was a Youth Group Leader for almost a decade until her eldest was a (RYG) member, and then she became a Catechist, teaching Levels I and II in Catechesis of the Good Shepherd for another ten years. Anna also served on the discernment and search committee, and briefly on the Vestry, in the late 90’s. She became a Lay Healing Minister under the guidance of Judy Sullivan, currently continuing in that ministry and as a peripheral member of the Pastoral Care Committee. Once she and Tom became “empty-nesters,” Anna got her Master’s degree in Social Work at Bryn Mawr College. She worked as a Community Mental Health therapist in Philadelphia, before recently taking a job in the Coatesville VA Medical Center. She is now an outpatient behavioral health social worker serving Veterans with mental health needs. Anna’s other interests include cooking, yoga, travel and precious time with family and friends.

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Caroline Manogue
 

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.

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Kathleen C. McClave
Executive Committee Member

Class of  2018

Kathleen McClave

Kathleen McClave has had a long career in a number of advisory and senior leadership roles in the financial services industry. Most recently she served as a client director and senior leader in the New York office of Towers Watson, a global professional services firm. She led many of the client and market development initiatives there, including the design and implementation of the firm’s global client management development program for next generation leaders. Prior to rejoining Towers Watson, Kathleen was the Associate Dean for Business Development of The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and was an officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. She is now retired. Here at The Redeemer, Kathleen has chaired the Growth & Development Committee for four years, co-chaired the Outreach Dinner Party in 2013 and is involved in Foyer Groups. Kathleen has a B.A. in Economics from the University of Utah and an M.B.A. from The Wharton School. She resides in Bryn Mawr with her husband Norman. They have been members of The Redeemer since 2003.

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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.

Bob Nalls
Bob Nalls

Class of  2018
 

Bob Nalls

Bob Nalls and his wife Priscilla moved to Philadelphia in 1981 to attend graduate school at the University of Pennsylvania. After moving to Narberth, they joined The Redeemer in 1996 along with their children Sarah (now 29) and Ryan (now 26). Their daughter Sarah was married at The Redeemer in June of 2010. Bob and Priscilla both work in an architecture practice in Narberth that is focused on institutional projects, particularly for colleges and universities. Bob also teaches in the Department of Architecture at Drexel University, where he has been an adjunct faculty member since 1985. Bob’s previous involvement at The Redeemer has included a role on the Vestry, where he served as head of the Buildings and Grounds Committee and assisted with ongoing budgeting and operations, as well as facility assessment and planning. His firm also acted as the architect-of-record for pro bono services for the repair of the porte-cochere. Bob remains committed to planning for the future of the Redeemer while maintaining respect for the campus heritage.

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

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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.

Leadership

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