SPS Board Members
- Mr. John Wandishin, Chair
- Monsignor Joseph Rosie, Pastor
- Dr. Ryan Killeen, Principal
- Mr. Salvatore Chiaravalloti, Vice Principal
- Mrs. Eileen Hart, Catholic Identity/Governance Committee Chair
- Mrs. Patricia Zinsser, Marketing Committee Liaison
- Mrs. Laura Sarubbi, Strategic Planning Committee Chair
- Mrs. Suzanne Eberhard, Finance Committee Chair
- Mrs. Jane Chrnelich, Academic Committee Chair
- Mr. Jay Pelikan, Facilities Committee Chair
- Mrs. Liz Truslow, Institutional Advancement
- Mr. Jaysen LeSage, Technology Committee Chair
- Kate Miller
- Lisa Candella-Hulbert
Mr. Wandishin and his family are parishioners of St. Paul's. His two daughters attended grades K-8 and graduated from St. Paul School. John is currently the Vice-President of Product Marketing and Marketing Communications for Brother International. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing the Business Machines Division's Advertising, Public Relations and Product Marketing functions. Prior to Brother, he held a number of Marketing and Sales management positions at Letraset, Princeton Graphic Systems, Exxon Office Systems, and Procter and Gamble. In addition to previously serving on the St. Paul School Advisory Board, he was the School's Athletic Director for seven years. He coached various girls' basketball teams for nine years, and was the school's track coach for three seasons. John has served on The College of New Jersey's Board of Trustees, Foundation Board, Development Corporation, Alumni Association Executive Board and School of Business Advisory Board. He also served on the Ewing Township Commercial Development Commission and the Ewing Township Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors. Mr. Wandishin is a Business Administration graduate from The College of New Jersey. He received an M.B.A. in Marketing from Seton Hall University. John is a past recipient of the Princeton Knights of Columbus Father Michael Farren Christian Service Award for service to the church and community.
Msgr. Joe was born in Trenton and reared in nearby Yardville. He graduated from Notre Dame High School in 1981 and enrolled in the College Seminary Program at Seton Hall University, St. Andrew's, followed by the North American College in Rome, the Pontifical Georgian University, with graduate studies in Moral Theology at the Alfonsianum (a part of the Lateran University in Rome). He was ordained to the priesthood in June of 1990. Msgr. Joe was parochial vicar at St. James Church in Red Bank, Red Bank Catholic chaplain, and then was transferred to St. Rose Church in Freehold. He received his first pastorate at Holy Trinity Church in Long Branch in 1998. In 2002, Msgr. Joe served in the Office of the Bishop under then-Bishop Smith as his priest secretary and Chancellor of the Diocese of Trenton, simultaneously working as the weekend assistant at St. Ann's Church, Lawrenceville. He became pastor of St. Paul, Princeton in 2011.
Dr. Killeen served as Supervisor of the Mercer County Performing Arts High School, and Assistant Principal at St. Rose School High School in Belmar. He received a BA degree in Education from The College of New Jersey, where he also completed two semesters of study abroad at St. Patrick’s College in Maynooth, Ireland and University College in Dublin, Ireland. He received an MA in Education from the Seton Hall Catholic School Leadership Program. He earned his doctoral degree in Education Leadership from Seton Hall University.
Mr. Chiaravalloti served as Chief Innovation Officer at Newton Street School in Newark, NJ. In Newark he was a member of committees for teacher evaluation, Social Studies textbook evaluation and adoption, and a member of various interdisciplinary studies. He received a BA degree in Anthropology from Rutgers University – Newark. He received an MA in Educational Leadership from Kean University.
Eileen is the Chairperson for the Catholic Identity Committee as well as the Governance Committee of the School Board. Eileen previously served as St. Paul School as PTA President. She is currently teaching Religion at Notre Dame High School. Prior to her current teaching position, Eileen worked for the Office of Catholic Education in the Department of Evangelization and Parish Life as well as in the Office of Catholic Schools, where her most recent position was that of Coordinator for the Right of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) for the Diocese. A native of the Bronx, NY, Eileen has a BA from Pace University and an MA in Systematic Theology from ICSST at Seton Hall University. Eileen has been married to her husband, Bill, for 25 years and resides in Lawrenceville, NJ. Three of Eileen and Bill’s four daughters are graduates of St. Paul School.
Patricia Zinsser is a product of 16 years of Catholic education and holds a B.S. from St. Francis University (Loretto, PA) in Elementary Education, a M.Ed. from the College of New Jersey in Developmental Reading (K-12), and additional NJ State certification as a reading specialist (K-12), instructional supervisor (K-8) and curriculum coordinator (K-8). Her teaching experience spans grades K through 12 in NJ public schools, most recently in Princeton. For 23 years Patricia has volunteered in the Princeton community marketing various non-profits and schools: Chapin School, The Pennington School, The Lewis School, and the Auxiliary of Princeton Medical Center. She has held positions on various Boards of Trustees, Steering committees, Search committees, and is a Past- President of the Chapin Parents Association. She is an Alumni Class Representative for St. Francis University and Alumnae Reunion Chair for St. Mary of the Angels’ Academy (Haddonfield, NJ). A parishioner for 26 years, she resides in Princeton with her husband, Dan, and they have two grown sons, Matthew and Jonathan, both of whom attended CCD at St. Paul’s.
Laura Sarubbi and her husband, Joe, have been parishioners of St. Paul's since 2000. Their triplet daughters have been students at St. Paul School since Kindergarten and will be graduating in June 2016. The girls will be continuing their education at Notre Dame High School. Joe currently serves as the Athletic Director for the Parish.
Laura has been very involved in both school and parish life. Upon joining the parish, she became a teacher in the Religious Education program. She currently serves as a Lector and Eucharistic Minister, One8 Team Leader, supporting 8th graders as they prepare for the sacrament of Confirmation, and coordinates the Parish K-8 Golf Clinics. In 2008, she joined the school faculty, teaching in both the lower and upper school. She served the school in various capacities: Social Studies Curriculum Coordinator, Member of Academic and Catholic Identity Committees, PTA Legislative Coordinator and Middle States Accreditation Committee Member. Laura created the first Upper School Drama Club and served as its Director. She also guided 8th grade students and their parents with the high school selection and application process. Additionally, Laura helped create the school’s first Office of Admission and Advancement, supported the Marketing and Development Committees, as well as coordinated school’s fundraising efforts. She also served as a committee member creating the School’s first preschool program.
Laura’s professional experience spans both educational and corporate institutions: Family Life Educator, School Director, Preschool through University faculty member, Professional Development Coordinator, and Project Manager. Currently, she is the Program Coordinator for the Council on Science and Technology at Princeton University. She received her M.A. in Human Ecology from Montclair State University and her B.S in Information Systems from Pace University.
Liz is the chairperson of the Advancement and Endowment Committee. She is the mother of two current Saint Paul School students. In her professional capacity, Liz is Senior Director at Cambridge in America, where she works with donors to the University of Cambridge. Previously Liz worked as an attorney at a Princeton firm. She is a graduate of Rutgers University, where she earned a BA, MPA, and JD.
Liz, her husband Jim, and their children reside in Hightstown, New Jersey.
Jaysen is the Chairperson for the Technology Committee of the School Board. Jaysen’s professional experience includes many aspects of technology from various industries such as telecommunications, health care and education. Jaysen is currently the Senior IT Manager for the Dean of the College at Princeton University where he oversees a diverse portfolio of hardware, software, support and application development personnel.
Lisa Candella-Hulbert, a Princeton resident and a graduate of Seton Hall University, will chair the Strategic Planning Committee. She is serves on the Seton Hall University Alumni Board of Directors and is a past president of the St. Paul School PTA. A parent of a St. Paul Class of 2016 alumnus, she is currently a Broker-Associate of Berkshire Hathaway Fox & Roach Realtors in Princeton and is vice-president of the Mercer County Top Producers Association.