Mr. Al Matos, President
6 Farragut Road
Term Ends: 2019
Mr. Alfredo Z. Matos was sworn in to a new three-year term on January 3, 2017 and elected president of the board for the second year in a row. He is serving his 10th year on the Randolph Board of Education and has served as board vice president for two years before being elected president in 2016. He has served on most board committees and has chaired the facilities committee, finance and transportation committee for two years. Mr. Matos is an energy executive with domestic/international experiences in asset management, controls & technology, renewables and energy efficiency and is currently the COO for Noveda Technologies, Inc. after retiring from Public Service Enterprise Group (NYSE: PEG) as VP with over 25 years of service. He is a resident of Randolph for more than 20 years and firmly believes that education in the postindustrial era must produce students that are communicators, creators/collaborators, critical thinkers and confident individuals that adds value to society.
Mr. Matos is a member of the NJIT advisory board that teaches students how to become innovative entrepreneurs, and has been a director of several private and publicly held firms. He is Executive Director of the non-profit organization, the Teresa G. Wright Promise Foundation and received the N.J. Governor’s Volunteerism Award and the Volunteers of Morris County Award for his Foundation work on drunk driving and teenage decision making issues. Mr. Matos is a noted speaker in the media on energy issues and addresses students on such topics as responsibility, decision making and its consequences, integrity, and leadership.
Mr. Matos is the recipient of a master's degree in Business Administration (MBA) from Fairleigh Dickinson University, where he also earned a masters and bachelor of science degrees in electrical engineering (MSEE & BSEE). He completed the Finance for Senior Executives curriculum at Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration and is bilingual in Spanish and English.
Mr. Ronald Conti, Vice President
7 Revere Court
Term Ends: 2017
Mr. Ronald Conti and his wife, Rina, have lived in Randolph since 2008 and have one child who attends Ironia Elementary School and another child who attends Randolph Middle School. Mr. Conti was elected as board vice president at the January, 2017 reorganization meeting. He also chairs the policy committee.
Mr. Conti received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science at Northeastern University in 1993. While enrolled in the 5 year co-op program, Mr. Conti worked in developing defense technology. Upon graduating, Mr. Conti worked on wall street building risk management applications and subsequently launched and sold a series of successful high tech start-ups. Since then, Mr. Conti has been a strategic technology consultant to several businesses all over the world.
He has experience in application, internet and mobile development in addition to networking and system automation.
Mrs. Christine Aulenbach
1 Comfort Court
Term Ends: 2017
Mrs. Christine Aulenbach was first appointed to the Board in November 2013 to fill a vacancy.
Mrs. Aulenbach is a lifelong resident of Randolph who is married with three sons, two of whom are presently enrolled in Randolph High School and one of whom is enrolled in the Little Rams Preschool Program at Randolph High School. She is a former two-time Fernbrook PTO president who was also instrumental in establishing the new PTO at the school.
Mrs. Aulenbach has a bachelor's degree in music education from Lebanon Valley College. She has taught elementary and middle school band and music appreciation and she is currently a private instructor for trumpet and horn lessons. She has also been heavily involved as both an instructor and supporter of the Randolph High School marching band program.
Mrs. Aulenbach has been married to her husband David for 20 years, a former Randolph School district employee. He was the director of bands at Randolph High School, then Supervisor of Visual and Performing Arts and finally Vice Principal at Randolph High School. He worked for Randolph Township Schools for 18 years. Mr. Aulenbach is currently the Principal of Anthony Wayne Middle School in Wayne, New Jersey.
Mrs. Tammy MacKay
10 Bayberry Lane
Term Ends: 2018
Mrs. Tammy MacKay was elected to the Board of Education in 2009. She and her husband, Scott, have lived in Randolph for nearly two decades and have three children - two are Randolph High School graduates and one currently attends Randolph High School.
Mrs. MacKay graduated from Mt. Holyoke College in 1984 with a BA in Biology. After graduation, she spent 10 years in account management with a large advertising agency in New York City where she managed national ad campaigns in the toy and packaged goods industries. After a break from the work force while her children were younger, she resumed her career as a Marketing Manager for an IT consulting firm. She currently serves as a Director of Marketing for a performance improvement consulting firm.
Prior to being elected to the School Board, Mrs. MacKay was actively involved with the Shongum School PTA serving on its Executive Board for many years and as its President for two terms. She served on the PTA Leadership Committee and the PTA Council, both of which have representatives from each school in the District and interact with District Administration, Curriculum Supervisors, and School Staff. She has been an active volunteer in the town’s Basketball, Soccer, and Football programs and in the Girl’s High School Soccer, Field Hockey and Basketball Booster Clubs, as well as the town lacrosse program.
Mrs. Anne Standridge
9 Rebecca Court
Term Ends: 2018
Mrs. Anne Standridge was appointed to the Randolph Board of Education in May of 2012 and was elected to a three-year seat in November 2012.
Mrs. Standridge works as a substitute teacher at Black River Middle School in Chester where she also coaches Cross Country and Track. She is an active member of the Randolph Parks and Recreation Committee and the township's Master Plan Committee.
In addition, Mrs. Strandridge coaches track for the Randolph Recreation Department and served as a past president of the track booster club.
Mrs. Standridge graduated from Slippery Rock University with a bachelor’s degree in Community Leisure Services. She worked in the community recreation and business fields before starting a family with her husband Ron. The two have three children, Kristin, a graduate of Bloomsburg University, Kimberly, a graduate of Cornell University, and David, a graduate of Messiah College. Mrs. Standridge has lived in Randolph for 30 years.
Ms. Colleen Pascale
41 Lakeshore Drive South
Term Ends: 2018
Ms. Colleen Pascale was elected to the Board of Education in 2013. She and her children have been residents of Randolph for the past seven years. She has two children in Randolph High School. Prior to moving to Randolph, she was a member of the Butler Board of Education and served as PTO President.
Ms. Pascale is a 1992 graduate of the Morris County Police Academy and has been employed by the Butler Police Department as a Detective for 20 years. Ms. Pascale serves as a DARE Instructor and Mentor for the state of New Jersey. She has been a leader paving the way for women for years. Ms. Pascale was the first female Police Officer in the jurisdiction of Butler and has the distinction of being the second woman ever appointed to sit on the executive board of the New Jersey Police Honor Legion, a fraternal charitable organization representing active and retired NJ law enforcement membership. Additionally she was the first female member of the Butler Fire Department.
Service and leadership have always been a part of Ms. Pascale’s life both in her community and professionally. She currently serves on the Executive Board of the Policemen’s Benevolent Association and the Butler Policemen’s Association. She is a member of the Randolph Republican Club and is the current President of the Randolph Basketball Booster Club. Previously, she coached in both the Randolph and Butler Recreation Programs.
Ms. Pascale has been recognized and awarded many times for her achievements. In both 2008 and 2009, she received a Meritorious Award from the Morris County Detectives Association. In 2012, Ms. Pascale was presented with a Recognition Award for being a distinguished female in the law enforcement community by the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office. In 2012, Ms. Pascale was again recognized for her distinguished service as a female law enforcement officer, and received a Citation of Commendation and Praise from Senator Joe Pennachio, Assemblyman Jay Webber, Assemblywoman Betty Lou DeCroce and Senator Anthony Bucco.
Ms. Pascale has a Master of Administrative Science Degree from Fairleigh Dickenson University in Teaneck.
Mr. Sheldon Epstein
7 Brookview Circle
Term Ends: 2019
Mr. Sheldon Epstein was appointed to the Board of Education in April 2013, and subsequently elected to a three year term in November 2013. He and his wife, Lisa, have lived in Randolph for over 18 years and have one child currently attending Randolph High School.
Mr. Epstein was born and raised in California, graduating from U.C. Berkeley with a bachelor of science in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research. He later received an MBA from Carnegie Mellon’s Tepper School of Business.
Mr. Epstein is a strategic and analytical finance leader who has worked in a broad spectrum of companies within the consumer packaged goods, pharmaceutical, and aerospace industries. He has supported manufacturing, information technology, procurement, human resources, and other functions, in corporate and plant environments. He currently works in finance for Mondeléz International.
Mr. Joe Faranetta
154 Dover Chester Road
Term Ends: 2017
Mr. Joe Faranetta was appointed to the Board of Education in 2016. He and his wife, Donna, have lived in Randolph for more than 25 years and have two children - both of whom are proud Randolph High School graduates.
Mr. Faranetta graduated from Rutgers University in 1988 with a BA in Business Administration. After graduation, he began his career with AT&T and has been there for his entire professional career of more than 25 years. He has held various positions in the company and most recently has been a Director in AT&T's Business Services organization.
Mr. Faranetta is currently, and has been for 10 years, the Chairman of the Randolph Recreation Girls lacrosse Program. He is also a sitting member of the Randolph Recreation Advisory Committee.
Prior to his involvement with the BoE and current committees, he was a founding and 3 year member of the Ram Athletic Council (RAC), coach of multiple recreation and travel sports for both boys and girls, and Member of several HS Booster Clubs.
Mrs. Susan DeVito
28 Windsor Ave.
Term ends: 2019
Susan DeVito, a graduate of Randolph High School, was sworn into office in January of 2017 for a three-year term.
Following RHS, Mrs. DeVito attended the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University where she graduated with Honors with a Bachelors in Music Education. After graduating from Rutgers, her music education career brought her to South Brunswick where she spent two years as a vocal, band, drama, and general music teacher. Mrs. DeVito came back to Randolph in 2008 when she was hired by the school district as a music teacher, giving her the opportunity to teach at her alma mater. She and her husband bought their home in Randolph in 2009.
Currently, Mrs. DeVito works for the Sage Day Schools, a private therapeutic school system, as the district’s Educational Technology Coordinator. She develops, trains, and coaches the entire staff on technology and how to integrate it into their classroom. Broadening her educational technology knowledge, Mrs. DeVito has become a SMART Certified Trainer as well as a Google Certified Educator Level 2.
Beyond her professional career, Mrs. DeVito is currently in her final semester of graduate school and will be graduating with a Master’s in Educational Technology with a Supervisor’s Certificate in May of 2017.
Wanting to start a family, Mrs. DeVito and her husband opened their house to the Division of Child Protection and Permanency in 2015 and became an official Fernbrook family when they adopted their daughter in August of 2017.