Note in the Pocket New Board Member Announcement
February 16, 2021
Note In the Pocket – a Raleigh, NC-based non-profit organization whose mission is to provide clothing to impoverished and homeless schoolchildren in Wake County with dignity and love – announces three new members to its Board of Directors.
We’re excited to expand our board with three new members (Greg Delage, Mark Chambers and Jennifer Vondee) who will bring diverse expertise, talent and energy to furthering Note In The Pocket’s mission! Full bios for each new member can be viewed below:
Director | Advice & Wellness, CAPTRUST
Greg is originally from Nashua, N.H. (voted the #1 city in the country in 1987 and 1997) and moved to Raleigh back in 2007 as part of a relocation with
Fidelity Investments. Greg is currently working at CAPTRUST. Greg joined CAPTRUST in 2013 as director in professional services, responsible for
improving processes and unifying service levels to plan sponsors and participants. Prior to CAPTRUST Greg served as Benefits Service Manager for Aon Hewitt and has worked in the industry since 1990. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in political science from Northeastern University. Greg enjoys play Golf, Disc Golf and pretty much any outside activity. Greg spends as much time as he can with his wife Monique, son Addison and daughter Olivia. Greg is also actively involved with his church and other community activities.
Vice President | Product Control, Credit Suisse
Mark serves as Vice President of Product Control at Credit Suisse on the Valuation and Model Governance team. For over 7 years, he and his global based team have
been responsible for ensuring compliance and adherence to the regulatory driven requirements of a global investment bank. Prior to Credit Suisse, Mark served 6 years in various accounting and finance roles in both apparel and furniture manufacturing across North Carolina. Mark was born in Reidsville, NC and is a graduate of Lenoir Rhyne University earning a degree in Physics as well as an MBA. Mark and his wife Stacey call Wake Forest home where they enjoy travelling the world and hitting the ski slopes.
Director | Pharmaceutical & Life Sciences Advisory, PwC
Jennifer is currently a director with the Health Industries Advisory practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) LLP. She has 15 years of experience providing
business advisory services to pharmaceutical and life sciences companies focusing on process transformation, compliance / risk management and digital enablement. Prior to joining PwC, Jennifer was the data manager for the Somerset County NJ Cancer Education & Early Detection Program. Jennifer is originally from Old Bridge,
New Jersey and moved to North Carolina in 2014. She holds a Master’s degree in Public Health from Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University and a
bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Rutgers University. Jennifer enjoys spending her free time challenging her kids to their own version of “Kids Baking
Championship.” Jennifer and her family worship at Calvary Chapel Cary. She lives in Cary with her husband, Martin and three children, Ephraim, Eliana and Norah.