Rajiv Enand, Chairperson

Rajiv Enand joined The Bradley Center in 2012, bringing 40 years of corporate and entrepreneurial experience in building and operating technology companies in both start-up and larger company environments. He has leveraged his background in technology, strategy development, and financial transactions acumen as the Chair of Bradley’s Finance and Audit Committee. In 2023, Rajiv will serve as Chairperson of The Board of Trustees.

Larry Breitenstein, Vice Chairperson

Larry Breitenstein has over five decades of experience in children’s mental health and protective services. He is co-founder of Pennsylvania’s child welfare training program and has held leadership positions in government and non-profit organizations. He has also served on local, state, and national boards promoting children’s services. A retired Professor Emeritus from Slippery Rock University, Larry remains active in children’s research and policy issues. He has served as a member of Bradley’s Board since 2012.

Henry Casale, Secretary

Henry Casale is a partner with the law firm of Horty, Springer & Mattern, P.C. in Pittsburgh, PA, and was a licensed pharmacist. He is an adjunct professor in the Carnegie Mellon University Master of Medical Management for Physicians Program and has also served in leadership roles in seminars sponsored by numerous hospital, managed care, legal, and physician organizations including the Pennsylvania Bar Institute and the American Health Lawyers Association. Henry has been an active member of the Bradley Center Board of Directors since 2013.

Carrie Butler

Carrie Butler is the founder of Carrie On Communication which specializes in public relations and media relations strategy. Her agency serves a global network of industries, including higher education, K-12 education, law, finance, social media, social services, executive search, behavioral health, freight and logistics, and retail, among others. Carrie excels at both the big-picture scope and small-detail focus needed for successful project management, content development, copywriting, speechwriting, executive correspondence, crisis communications planning, and celebrity spokesperson campaigns. Carrie utilizes her skills as Chairperson of the Development Committee, where the team focuses on effectively communicating the critical mission and regional importance of The Bradley Center to a variety of audiences including current and potential employees, regional organizations, and corporate and individual sponsors.

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Paul Connors

Paul Connors is a Texas native who has lived in Pittsburgh longer than any other location — nearly 20 years. With over two decades of experience in sales, finance, and marketing, he is Director of Marketing for the Engineering Services & Systems (EESS) division of the Eaton Corporation in Moon Township. He previously worked in finance at MedCom Solutions in Pittsburgh and the Ford Motor Company in Michigan and Ohio.

Andrea Mahany

Andrea Mahany has dedicated her time to serving the community for over 20 years. She developed her financial skills managing accounting for the regional offices of a retail chain and a local advertising agency. Andrea’s education in psychology and sociology has been valuable as a counselor and in other roles across the nonprofit agencies she supports. She joined The Bradley Center in 2011 as a volunteer and later became a fundraising development consultant. In 2018, Andrea joined the Board of Trustees and is the Chairperson of the Governance & Sustainability Committee.

Jim McEvoy, Treasurer

Jim McEvoy has served as the senior IT executive for several global manufacturing organizations and currently heads IT Strategy and Architecture for Coherent, an international leader in materials, networking, and lasers. In this role, he was recognized by the Pittsburgh Technology Council as its CIO of the Year. Jim joined the Bradley board in 2021 and serves on the Finance and Audit Committee and the Safety & Compliance committee, with a focus on compliance, technology, and cybersecurity.

Ed Meyer

For over 20 years, Ed Meyer has been the president and owner of Tri-State Office Furniture in McKees Rocks, PA, where he has demonstrated the importance of giving back to the community and helping those in need. His personal philosophy is to involve his company in both fundraising and on-site programming for multiple Pittsburgh organizations that benefit The Bradley Center, Sto-Rox High School, UPMC Children’s Hospital, Steelers Charities, and The Pittsburgh Penguins Community Outreach Partnership, amongst others. Ed has been on The Bradley Center Board since 2015 and currently serves on the Development Committee with a focus on driving corporate and community awareness of Bradley.

Mike Novak

Mike Novak is a founder and Managing Director of Pittsburgh-based Lunova Group, an executive talent search firm which creates competitive advantages for its clients by finding and recruiting remarkable people. He is an active member of the community, serving on the board at The Bradley Center and volunteering at a number of local nonprofit organizations. Mike joined The Bradley Center in 2014 and serves on the Development and Governance & Sustainability Committee.

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Stephanie S. Richards, M.D.

Dr. Stephanie Richards is on faculty in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and is the Co-Director of Behavioral Science at the UPMC Shadyside Family Medicine Residency where she teaches residents and provides integrated clinical care at the UPMC Shadyside Family Health Center. She is interested in Collaborative Care, integrating psychiatric care in the primary care setting. She also has a private practice in the North Hills of Pittsburgh with a focus on trauma-related disorders and geriatric psychiatry.

Chris Roe

Chris Roe has over 25 years of experience in public accounting and wealth management. After beginning his career in taxes at Ernst & Young, he focused on advising his clients on income and estate tax planning, financial planning, asset protection, and other complex wealth issues. In 2019, Chris formed Rx Wealth Advisors, LLC, where he currently serves as Founder and CEO. Chris is a frequent industry speaker and contributor to The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Barron’s, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Medical Economics, and Financial Advisor. He is also an eight-time Five Star Wealth Manager Award winner. Chris has been on the Bradley Board since 2013 and serves on the Board’s Finance and Audit Committee.

Lynn Salicce

Lynn Salicce is a Vice President of Operations at Visionet, a global digital transformation company which supports its clients through technology consulting, business process outsourcing, cloud services and security, and commerce platforms. She oversees products and services outsourced to Visionet’s Pittsburgh regional operations center by U.S. real estate title agencies. Lynn joined the Board at The Bradley Center in 2022, and currently is a member of the Development Committee.

Amy Schafer

Amy Schafer is the branch manager of Dollar Bank in Cranberry and has nearly 30 years of experience in the banking industry. She is compassionate about helping others and thrives on working with both personal and business clients to help them find solutions that fit their financial needs. Amy has been involved with The Bradley Center since 2011. She joined the Board of Trustees in 2014 and serves on the Development Committee.

Chad Shipley

Chad Shipley is the founder and owner of Sweat Bar Fitness, a coach-based fitness facility in Oakdale, PA, that provides extensive exercise programs to accommodate all levels of health and fitness. He is a former management consultant and project manager for PriceWaterhouseCoopers and BearingPoint, with a focus on IT strategy, information security, project management, and risk management. Chad is an active member of the community, leading various fundraising events each year to support non-profit organizations or individuals in need. He has been an active volunteer at the Bradley Center since 2016 and has served on the Board of Trustees since 2018, now serving on the Board’s Development Committee.

Gene Zappa, Chairperson Emeritus

Gene Zappa joined The Bradley Center’s Board of Trustees in 2009 and became Chairman in 2011, leading the agency through a period of strong growth, financial stability, and capital investment. Gene has over 40 years of experience as a successful entrepreneur and is also a licensed Physical Therapist. Gene retired from the Board in 2022 but he continues his support of Bradley as Chairman Emeritus with a focus on future strategic concerns.

Cliff Kress, Member Emeritus

Cliff has over 35 years of experience as an international marketing executive for companies in the medical imaging and orthopedics fields. Cliff joined the Bradley Board in 2003 and is currently the chairperson of the Safety & Compliance Committee. Cliff also volunteers as a marine biology guide at the Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium in Sarasota, FL.

Reverend Dr. J. LaVon Kincaid, Honorary Former Member of the Board

The Reverend Dr. J.LaVon Kincaid accepted the call to Christian ministry at only 16 and went on to serve as a pastor in nine United Methodist Churches in Atlanta, Kansas City, St. Louis, and Pittsburgh over his illustrious 55-year career as a spiritual leader, author and educator. More recently, he founded the New Life Community Ministries of Penn Hills, PA where he serves as founding Pastor, in addition to his role as teacher of finance, money management, and stewardship at the Right Connection Covenant Fellowship. His recently published memoir is entitled When Hope Unborn Turned into Victory: From the Pew to the Pulpit. Dr. Kincaid joined The Bradley Center Board in 1993 and currently serves on the Governance & Sustainability Committee with a focus on board talent and diversity.