Meet The Panel of Community Business Leaders

Bob Gold

Chief Executive Officer, GoMo Health

Bob has lived a fascinating life – starting, growing, selling two technology companies – one to Goldman Sachs and one that went public on the NASDAQ and now is CEO of GoMo Health, which uses behavioral and cognitive engagement science to improve people’s lives challenged with complex and chronic health conditions. Bob has also won Emmy Awards for Television Animation and started an organic farm in Monmouth County NJ.

Rachel DeAlto

Relationship Expert, Speaker, Coach, Media Personality and Author

Rachel DeAlto is a relationship expert, coach, media personality, and speaker. She is the author of “relatable: How to Connect with Anyone Anywhere (Even if It Scares You)” (Simon & Schuster’s Tiller Press, Fall 2021).

Rachel has appeared as a relationship expert on Lifetime’s Married at First Sight and TLC’s Kate+Date.

Rachel DeAlto maintains a law degree, a Master’s in psychology, and an influential social media presence, engaging and inspiring over 150,000 active followers over her platforms.

In addition to her regular appearances, Rachel has also been featured on a multitude of media outlets including The TODAY Show, Access Hollywood Live, and Fox News. She has also given three TEDx talks including Being Authentic in a Filtered World which is featured on

Dennis Budinich

SVP Chief Culture Officer, Investors Bank

Dennis is a member of The National Speakers Association and has been a speaker for numerous corporate events and at industry conferences across the country.


  • Chief Culture Officer, Investors Bank
  • Board Member, Ethics Board Rutgers Business School
  • Board Member, Advisory Board
  • Seton Hall Center for Leadership
  • Chief Facilitator for Leadership Development Pennsylvania Bankers Association

Prior to joining Investors Bank, Dennis Budinich co-founded FTC Methods Inc. in 2004, a highly successful professional development and consulting firm which operated primarily in the financial services industry. In his capacity as co-founder, Dennis developed engaging learning programs, and was a highly sought-after public speaker, motivator, and educator.

Before co-founding his company, Dennis was recognized as a premier entrepreneur and business leader. He has owned several successful businesses, including a gourmet bread bakery, an auto paint supply company, and a restaurant. He also excelled in the world of financial sales where his achievements carried him to the levels of Top Producer, to Sales Manager, to Program Director.

Throughout his entire career, Dennis has dedicated himself to helping others be their best by sharing with them the most effective success principles and how to apply them. In all of his high-energy learning programs, Dennis shares the information he acquired in the fields of positive psychology and self-science, as well as his personal experiences as a successful financial professional and entrepreneur.

Joe Leone Introna

Joe Leone Introna is the Owner Operator of Joe Leone’s Italian Specialties, Catering, Gastronomia and Bakery in Point Pleasant Beach & Sea Girt. 

The bakery is where it all began for Joe, where his passion for breads and pastries were first developed. Then, after many years of learning and perfecting his love of baking artisan bread, he decided to pursue his culinary education and worked at a few well-known established Jersey Shore specialty markets and bakeries.  While honing his craft, he decided to pursue his American dream with his family’s support and open Joe Leone’s Italian Specialties on June 2, 1997 at the age of 21.

The marriage of traditional and modern Italian cuisines, developed in his retail markets and introduced by Joe, has given the Jersey Shore educational exposure to the Italian culture. Joe is dedicated and passionate to the culinary excellence, superior customer service and love of food at the Jersey Shore.

His love of food overflows into the community.  Joe has become a well-known local humanitarian who doesn’t care for the spotlight on himself and tends to shift the spotlight to more deserving organizations and places that need emergency action.  Some of the organizations that Joe is continuously sharing information and teaching others about are; L’Aquila Earthquake Relief Fund, One Strong Family mission; spreading the message of F.A.M.I.L.Y.®( Forget About Me I Love You), Common Ground Grief Center, Covenant House of New Jersey, Fulfill; formally Foodbank of Monmouth & Ocean County and several other local fundraising efforts. 

Leonard Marshall

Former NY Giants Defensive Lineman and Serial Entrepreneur
Professional Football career:
 College: LSU

A four year starter

2 Bowl Appearance: Tangerine Bowl 1979, Orange Bowl 1982

Linebacker / Defensive Lineman

LSU MVP Percy E. Roberts Award 1982

Drafted 2 Round of the 1983 NFL Draft, 37th Pick Overall for the New York Giants



Inducted LA Sports Hall of Fame 2007

Inducted LSU Hall of Fame 2005

Inducted NJ Sports Hall of Fame 2010

Nominated NFL HOF 2000

Defensive Lineman of Year: 1985, 1986

Starter in Super Bowls XX1 & XXV.

Started & Played in 3 Pro Bowls: 1985, 1986, 1992

Named ALL NFL TEAM (3): 1985, 1986, 1991

AP UPI Pro Football Writers

1st Team All NFL 1985

2nd Team All NFL 1986

Honorable Mention 1990

2nd Team All NFL 1991

NFL 10 Greatest Players from LSU

New York Giants All Decade Teams 1980's & 1990's

New York Giants Legacy Club 2004

All Time New York Giants 1st Team

100 Greatest New York Giants

New York Giants MVP 1985-1986-1991

All Madden Team 1985-1986-1989-1991

3rd Greatest Hit NFL History

NFC Championship Game 1990

NFL Defensive Player of the Month: 1984, 1985, 1987, 1991

83.5 QB Sacks

93.5 QB Playoffs/Career Sacks

3rd All Time in QB Sacks NYG

Education: Part A

Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration from LSU 1079-1982 Cont.

FDU 1983-1989

Certification in Management from Seton Hall University May 2005

Masters Degree from Seton Hall University in Business Finance 2007


Education Part B

Professor at Seton Hall University

Facilitated the learning of undergraduates in Finance and Sports Management in the Stillman School of Business. Provided additional leadership, mentoring, and coaching in the area of life skills to young adults graduating SHU.



Managed staff recruiting, training and mentoring, documentation compliance, administration.

Developed a customer base which includes Wal-Mart, Sears, Meiger's, Target, J.C. Penney’s, K-Mart, Montgomery Ward’s and Sports Authority.


Finance Background

Oversaw credit reviews, counseling, payroll, files, and Dept of Banking and Finance compliance. Assisted clients with small cap NASD investments increasing their financial portfolios during his tenure with Barron Chase Securities.



Founded one of the largest sports licensed apparel manufacturing businesses in the 1990's Pro Star Athletics.

Formulated partnerships with manufacturers in Korea, China, and Turkey, while personally travelling many times to each location throughout the world facilitating the manufacturing of outerwear and additional garments licensed by The NFL,NBA, and MLB.

Mr. Marshall has extensive experience in the area of Mergers & Acquisitions. In 1999 he negotiated the sale of ProStar Athletic to International Apparel Manufactures Group of New York.

Developed and Managed over $160 Million of assets and developed a partnership. The Marshall & Fox Sports Asset Management Group. A Division of Barron - Chase Securities of Boca Raton Florida founded in 1995-2000.

Founded and grew company until market conditions forced into temporary closure. Shortly thereafter the company folded..



Director of Operations


Directed all functions of Capital Source Mortgage, a licensed mortgage lending institution, including P & L, administration, staffing, training, sales, accounting, compliance and human resources.

Directed mortgage negotiations, sales, policy and procedure development while serving as CEO of Capital Source Mortgage a licensed correspondent lender based in Boca Raton Florida. Capital Source began its operation in 2000 and became a net branch affiliate of Premier Mortgage Funding in 2003. It averaged 115 million per year in retail residential lending for 10 years.

Presently Mr. Marshall is managing partner in a franchise income fund. The name of his group is Playbook Solutions Group based in Boca Raton Florida. The Fund is a $50 million dollar investment fund specializing and focused on portfolio management and maintenance of a group of performing units located throughout the continental United States. For more information visit

This fund is a $50 million dollar Reg D subscription offering and is the first of its kind. Co- founded with his dearest friend and Palm Beach,Florida resident Mr. Steven Levenson formerly of Southern California.

Our newest product to market was derived and developed with the interest in assisting young professional athletes and accredited investors with a investment vehicle/option which offers yield, limited risk, and a chance to invest in ownership of a large portfolio group of branded necessity based franchise operations domestically. With capacity to market, roughly 32-34 businesses purchased,owned,operated,and managed by a management team with over 130 years of expertise in franchise industries nationally and internationally.

Brain Unity Trust of Pittsburg Pa. with his colleague and friend Attorney Jason Luckasevic and Dr. Bennett Omalu.

Previously, Mr. Marshall served as the director of strategic initiative and brand ambassador to The Original Soup Man Inc. A publicly traded company on NASDAQ.

One of the co-founders is Mr. Sebastian Rametta. He along with our new CEO, Mr. Jamielson Karson, reached out to Mr. Marshall and requested that he take a serious look at this venture. Upon glance, I immediately gravitated towards the concept. Especially since food happens to be one of my immediate passions in life itself and I truly enjoy.

Mr. Marshall’s current role is COO of the business with strategic responsibilities in the area of sales, branding, and account maintenance. MetLife Stadium and Yankee Stadium are a pair of my projects as well as Sunoco, Subway, Wawa, Quik Chek, and the Grill Cheese Truck which is a co-op partner. Presently, we are working with over 9000 retailers across the country.

In 2014, Mr. Marshall served as a partner in EdHealthcare located in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. They owned, operated and managed 11 retail drug stores under the name of HometowneRX. These stores were located throughout the state of New Jersey.

Mr. Marshall is involved with which has been a business formulated by NBC executive Mr. Terry O'Neil. It involves Hall of Fame type professional football players,coaches,media personalities in sports, and several others who have been in the area/arena of football for the last 35 to 40 years.

Mr. Marshall is a business development consultant to CEO Kenneth Bland and Mobile Broadcasting Corporation based in Piscataway, New Jersey.

Finishing his illustrious career in New York, Mr. Marshall recently returned to his roots in New Jersey. He's now active with The New York Giants Media Dept and CBS Radio providing color commentary both pre-game and post-game on WFAN NY.

Mr. Marshall has appeared on several television networks promoting the National Football League and his interests outside of professional football. His relationship with the New York Giants organization continues to rank highly enough his priorities. He is a member of both championship teams SB XXI and XXV. He is also a member of the legacy club inside of MetLife Stadium.

He is the proud father of beautiful daughter Arianna Nicole Marshall of Boca Raton Florida and a step-son Victor M Nazario III a licensed attorney in the state of Florida and New Jersey. He's married to the former Ms. Lisa Ann Norcia of New Jersey who presently serves as the Director of EEO/AA @ NJCU in Jersey City.

Gregory Dell'Omo

President, Rider University

Gregory G. Dell’Omo became Rider University’s seventh president on August 1, 2015. Born and raised in Rumson, New Jersey, Dr. Dell’Omo returned to the Garden State and joined Rider after ten years as the seventh president of Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh where he oversaw the University’s unparalleled growth.

Early in his tenure at Rider, Dr. Dell’Omo led a highly participatory strategic planning process, culminating with the approval in June 2017 of a new vision and mission and Our Path Forward, the University’s comprehensive multi-year strategic plan. With a strong focus on visionary growth, Our Path Forward is ensuring the University’s continued growth into the future and provide successive generations of Rider students a highly transformative and affordable college education. This will be achieved by fostering a vibrant living and learning environment for all students – one that engages them fully in their learning inside and outside the classroom. The plan will also advance the University’s academic reputation and brand, expand and diversify enrollments, invest in campus facilities and infrastructure; all of which will allow the University to deliver Rider’s promise for the next 150 years.

Since Dr. Dell’Omo’s arrival, Rider has developed more than a dozen new undergraduate and graduate academic programs, including the University’s first doctoral program in Educational Leadership, offered for the first time in summer 2017. With leadership and support provided by Rider’s world-class faculty and staff, the University launched in fall 2017 its new Engaged Learning Program, a cornerstone of the Strategic Plan.

As part of the Strategic Plan, a campus master (facilities) plan was completed in February 2018 and a comprehensive fundraising campaign is in its beginning stages. Donor support for the University continues to grow with record funds raised over the past three years, major capital improvements in academic and athletic facilities, and endowed programs and scholarships.

In 2019, Rider received the largest philanthropic gift in its 155-year history when alumnus Norm Brodsky and his wife Elaine made a $10 million gift to endow a scholarship for business students and to support future business projects. In turn, the University announced that Rider’s College of Business would be known as the Norm Brodsky College of Business.

Under Dr. Dell’Omo’s leadership, Rider introduced a new initiative in 2020, called Lifting Barriers, a series of new measures intended to strengthen the overall value of a Rider education, including a 22% reduction of annual undergraduate tuition, as well as robust support for career preparation and academic success. The Lifting Barriers initiative is designed to help students break through the significant obstacles they face in obtaining a college education and a successful career, including understanding the true cost of college and the ability to adapt, both socially and academically, in a college environment and beyond. Dr. Dell’Omo’s goal is to help lift any barrier that prevents a student from thriving at Rider University, including those who assume a private education is out of reach based solely on sticker price.

On the heels of Lifting Barriers, Dr. Dell’Omo led the launch of Cranberry Investment in the spring of 2021, a new program which guarantees that Rider’s undergraduate students who fulfill their responsibilities will obtain an entry-level job related to their field of study or be accepted into graduate or professional school within six months of graduation. The Cranberry Investment (named after Rider’s primary school color), reinforces the University’s longstanding commitment to providing transformative student experiences that lead to career success.

The Cranberry Investment symbolizes Dr. Dell’Omo’s deeply held belief that students who invest in a Rider education should feel confident that the University is going to do everything within its power to make sure they reach their full potential and achieve their professional dreams.

Dr. Dell’Omo designed the Cranberry Investment to work hand in glove with other signature Rider programs designed to promote career success including the Engaged Learning Program and Lifting Barriers.

Earlier in his thirty-four year academic career, Dr. Dell’Omo held positions at Canisius College as an Assistant Professor of Labor Relations and Human Resources and St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, where he was a Professor of Management and also held a sequence of academic and administrative leadership positions – Dean of the Haub School of Business, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and Vice President for External Affairs. Prior to his academic career, Dr. Dell’Omo spent seven years as a human resources executive in the retail industry.

Dr. Dell’Omo serves on the boards of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (effective July 1, 2021), New Jersey Presidents’ Council (Executive Committee), Independent Colleges and Universities of New Jersey (Vice Chair, Executive Committee), Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Presidents’ Council, NJEdge.Net, Inc., and just completed a six-year term on the Board of the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Montclair State University, a Master of Science in industrial relations from Rutgers University and a Ph.D. in industrial relations/human resource management from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He also earned certifications at Harvard University from the Institute for Education Management and the Seminar for New Presidents.

Dr. Dell’Omo and his wife Polly reside in the president’s home, known fondly as Betta House, in Lawrenceville. They have three grown children, four grandchildren and three granddogs.