The Princeton Area Community Foundation is pleased to announce the election of two new trustees:

sciminoAnthony “Skip” Cimino
When Skip Cimino was appointed president and CEO of RWJ Hamilton in 2009, he had over 20 years of leadership experience with the organization, having served as a member of the board of directors since 1988. During that time, he served as chairman of the board. He also served on the board of directors for the Robert Wood Johnson Health System and the Lakeview Child Centers, which are affiliated with the hospital. Mr. Cimino has an extensive management career in both the public and private sectors. He also served as commissioner of personnel for the state of New Jersey and was elected to the state assembly and Mercer County Board of Chosen Freeholders. As head of the RWJ Hamilton Health Care Corporation, Mr. Cimino oversees Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton, an acute care hospital with more than 1,300 employees, The Cancer Institute of New Jersey Hamilton, several affiliated physician practices, seven Lakeview Child Centers, and ambulatory facilities in Columbus, Ewing, Hamilton and Robbinsville. A lifelong Hamilton resident, Mr. Cimino is also a trustee of the New Jersey Hospital Association and the MidJersey Chamber of Commerce.


Herring-CarolCarol P. Herring
Carol Herring recently retired from her role as president of the Rutgers University Foundation and vice president for development and alumni relations. Herring’s fundraising career includes leadership positions with The Asia Society in New York, Barnard College and Princeton University. As The Asia Society, she was responsible for a development operation that raised 90 percent of the nonprofit educational organization’s budget. While at Barnard from 1990 to 2000, Herring managed a capital campaign that exceeded its goal by 60 percent, raising $162 million. She also revitalized and expanded alumnae programming and development communications. At Princeton, where she worked from 1975 to 1990, she served first as a speechwriter for the president and then as director of leadership gifts.