The Morris Catholic Board of Trustees is officially a board of "limited jurisdiction". The Board exists primarily for two purposes:
- To ensure that the school has a vibrant and enduring future.
- To ensure that the school is true to its mission as a Catholic secondary school.
At present, the Morris Catholic Board allows for up to 20 voting members in addition to the President and Superintendent of Schools, both of whom are ex-officio members.
Trustees for 2018-2019
Kathleen Malkinski, Board Chair
Mary Baier, Superintendent
Domenick Carmagnola, '81
Gerard Duphiney, ‘85
Rev. Msgr. John Hart
Charles “Chuck” Havers
Tammy Heyman Jones
Sr. Bernadette McCauley, SCC
Paul Minnefor, ‘89
Anthony Moschella, ‘70
Kevin O'Dowd, ‘90
Joseph Roman, ‘91
Paul Yarosz, '87
Fr. Peter Clarke, President, MCHS
To Nominate an Individual
In order to nominate an individual to the Board, this form must be completed.
View the Bylaws of the Board.
Board of Trustees Bios
Over the past 20+ years, Keith Boyd has dedicated his career to the medical industry. Before starting his medical career, he earned his MBA from NCCU and double degrees (Economics and Finance) from UMBC. After graduating from NCCU, Keith worked for Arnold Communications, Merck, J&J’s surgical division, Ethicon Endo Surgery and Medtronic’s cardiovascular division. Recently, Keith has worked as medical consultant for Elite Hearing Network, a business development manager for Signia, and now as a VP of Practice Development for Keystone Medical Group.
Gerard Duphiney is Managing Partner at Duphiney Financial Network in Denville with over 23 years of experience in the financial services industry. He is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional. Prior to becoming a financial advisor, he worked for a number of years at a nonprofit as a Director of Youth Services on the lower east side of Manhattan, serving more than 1,500 young people in various camps and education programs. Gerard serves as Treasurer on the Cedar Lake Board, where he lives in Denville. He received his B.A. from The Catholic University of America and received his M.S. from Columbia University.
Gerard has been married to his wife, Jennifer, since 1991. They have two sets of twins, Catie and Ben (MC Class of ‘18) who are college students, and Emma (MC Class of ‘22) & Max (MC Class of ‘22) who are in high school. Gerard and his son Ben founded Mission Madera and led a recent trip to Uganda and look forward to more mission trips in the future.
Tammy K. Jones
Ms. Jones has more than 25 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry. Over her entire career, Ms. Jones has invested in and loaned on CRE assets on behalf of large pension funds and institutional investors, including Equitable Real Estate, GMACCM, and CWCapital. Ms Jones is a seasoned veteran in CRE investments, capital markets, and structured finance. Since 2009, Ms. Jones has served as both Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Basis Investment Group. Under her leadership, Basis has succeeded in closing approximately $3 billion in commercial real estate debt and structured equity related investments across the United States. Ms. Jones is currently a Trustee of The Georgia State University Foundation, a Trustee at Morris Catholic High School, is a member of the President's Council of Cornell Women, and is the Vice-Chairman of Basis Impact Group Foundation. Ms. Jones holds a BA in Economics from Cornell University and an MBA with a concentration in Real Estate Finance from he J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University.
C. Anthony Moschella
C. Anthony Moschella is an MCHS alumnus from the class of 1970. He graduated from Rider College and is the owner of C. Moschella Builders, Inc., as well as Eldorado Realty, LLC. He is a proud husband to Angela and father to Anthony and Dano.