Drew Katz || Rachel Katz || Joe Salema || Zulma Gonzalez-Lombardo || Kristy Derk || Mark Macey
A native to Camden, New Jersey, Zulma Gonzalez-Lombardo graduated in 2005 with a masterís degree in Organizational Development and Leadership from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM).
With a career spanning over 28 years, her work in social service and organizational development began in 1987 at Volunteers of America Delaware Valley, Inc. (VOADV). During her tenure at VOADV, one of the largest nonprofit human services organizations in the tri-state area, Zulma held a number of positions, including executive coordinator to the President/ CEO. In 2005, she left VOADV to complete her masterís degree, and later launched a high-impact advisory service firm, Zed Management Consultancy, LLC in 2007. During this time she has worked with organizations in nonprofit, for profit, education, and health care sectors, facilitating improvement of administrators, operations executives and teams. Zulma joined The Rachel & Drew Katz Foundation in 2015.
Zulma is actively involved in a number of community organizations. In 2014 Zulma became the President of the Katz Dalsey Academy Charter School in Camden which Lewis Katz and Marcy Dalsey founded in 2012. She also served in the 2014 JCC Maccabi Games hosted in Cherry Hill, NJ. Zulma serves on the Special Events Committee for Kids Alley and One Accord, Inc. Zulma is a passionate supporter of the Philadelphia Multiple Sclerosis and the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.