President -- Raymond D. Bodnar
Professor Emeritus Bodnar is a Rutgers alumnus and was a faculty member at the Bureau of Government Research and Department of Government Services (now the Center for Government Services at the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy). He has conducted research on home rule, forms of local government and the governance of county colleges in New Jersey. He was a member of the University Task Force on Retirement, and he is active in the AAUP Emeriti Assembly. He is a past president of The Rutgers Club.
Vice President -- Isabel Wolock
Professor Emeritus Wolock retired from the School of Social Work at the beginning of 1997. She served on the Task Force on Retirement and she is active in the AAUP Emeriti Assembly, currently serving as treasurer. She continues her research and writing in the area of child maltreatment and has presented several papers on the topic.
Secretary -- Emily Fabiano
Emily Fabiano is a Rutgers alumna and retired member of the University Libraries' faculty. She served as a Reference Librarian and Head of Reference at Alexander Library and as the Library Liaison to the Graduate School of Education for many years. Her publications focused on managing educational measurement-related resources in academic libraries. She is still active in the library field, serving as Vice President for the Bound Brook (NJ) Library Board of Trustees.
Treasurer – Beatrice Dewson Johns
“Bid” Johns graduated Smith College in 1949 and had a business career from 1949 to 1960. She has been a member of the Study Club of New Brunswick since 1988. She served as chairperson of the Rutgers University Art Gallery Friends in 1981-82 and continued as president of the Friends of the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum in 1983-84. After the death of her husband, University Bibliographer Francis A. T. Johns in 1998, she served two terms on the Advisory Council of Rutgers University Libraries. Her daughter and her son are both Rutgers graduates.
Executive Director -- Todd Hunt
Professor Emeritus Hunt retired in 1998 after serving as Acting Dean of the School of Communication, Information and Library Studies. Earlier he served as chair of the Department of Communication, director of the Master's Program in Communication and Information Studies, and director of distance education -- designing and teaching courses using the Internet. He is a past president of the New Jersey chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and the New Jersey chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. He also is a past president of The Rutgers Club.