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2023 Annual Fall Gala
Honoring Dr. Fred Keating & Amy Mansue
October 19, 2023 • Auletto Caterers

Dr. Fred Keating

President of Rowan College South Jersey (RCSJ)

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Dr. Frederick Keating became the first president of Rowan College South Jersey on July 1, 2019, taking the helm of the new regional college following the merger of Rowan College at Gloucester County and Cumberland County College. From 2012 to 2019, he served as Rowan College at Gloucester County's seventh president.

Dr. Keating earned his Doctorate in Organizatio​nal Leadership from Wilmington University and received his Master and Bachelor of Arts degrees in Education at The College of New Jersey. Prior to his appointment as college president, he served as Gloucester County College’s (now Rowan College) vice president of Student Services and as interim president until June 2011.

A distinguished educational leader with more than 30 years of experience in higher education as an adjunct faculty member at LaSalle University and Rutgers University, Dr. Keating has been recognized for his academic service and innovative leadership. Under his guidance, and in collaboration with the College’s stakeholders, Rowan College has seamlessly moved forward forging a premier partnership with Rowan University and affiliations with other area universities, initiating scholarship programs, expanding the campus with new construction and modernizing renovations, instituting the Center for College and Career Readiness offering high school dual enrollment programs, such as “Rowan High School Start,” and now establishing a regional college in southern New Jersey.

Amy B. Mansue was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Inspira Health in August 2020.

She has dedicated nearly three decades of service to the health care industry, and has made a significant impact across the state, having worked both in politics and for leading hospitals in New Jersey.

In recognition of her expertise, Mansue was appointed Regional Coordinator in Central New Jersey by Governor Murphy amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Prior to her role at Inspira, Mansue served as Executive Vice President and Chief Experience Officer at RWJBarnabas Health. She was also the former Chief Executive Officer of Children's Specialized Hospital and the board chair for both the New Jersey Hospital Association and the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce.

Mansue earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Social Welfare from the University of Alabama.

Amy Mansue

President & CEO of Inspira Health

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