SUMMIT, NJ - SAGE Eldercare, a Hilltop City-based non-profit organization which serves older adults and their caregivers in New Jersey, is welcoming Adam Psichos and Michael Ventura to its Board of Trustees.

Psichos and Ventura join continuing Trustees John Hoffman of Chatham (Community Representative), David Bomgaars of Summit (Community Representative), Michael Foncannon  of Summit (PNC Wealth Management), Aleksandar Francki of Annandale (Bristol-Myers Squibb, Corporate Giving), Christopher Glacken of Berkeley Heights (Community Representative), Leslie Hardin of Summit (Prospect Capital Advisors), R. Bruce Johnson of Livingston (Community Representative) and Robert P. Lecky Jr. of Morristown (Community Representative).

SAGE's Executive Committee consists of Summit residents Christopher Cotter of Cotter Strategies who will remain Board President, Christine Gottesman, Esq., of Nukk-Freeman & Cerra, P.C. who will continue on as Vice President, Adam Psichos will serve as Treasurer and Claire E. Toth, will serve as Assistant Treasurer. Kathy Clingan of Chatham will remain Board Secretary.

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Psichos is a former Trustee of SAGE (2011-14). A resident of Summit since 1996, Psichos is Managing Director of the Glenmede Investment and Wealth Management office in Morristown. He attended undergraduate school at Franklin and Marshall where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature. He received a Master’s Degree in Liberal Studies and Economics from New York University in 1996. His wife, Clelia Biamonti, PhD, is the Executive Director of the Overlook Foundation.

Michael Ventura is the founder and Managing Partner of Ventura, Miesowitz, Keough & Warner, in Summit, which he established in 1981. He was an undergraduate at Boston College and graduated from Seton Hall University School of Law in 1978. Ventura lives in Murray Hill with his wife Robin, a retired attorney and Past President of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

Ventura, an active community volunteer for years having co-founded Save A Life Foundation and The Friends of the Child Advocacy Center of Union County, is thrilled to join SAGE’s Board. “Volunteer service has been an important part of our family values. I have always been impressed with SAGE’s reputation and dedication to providing quality care and services for the elderly. I am honored to be a part of this fine organization and look forward to becoming an active participant in their good work.”