Susan Lodge has been appointed Vice President of the P.G. Chambers School (PGCS) Board of Trustees, succeeding Thomas J. Walsh, who stepped down from the role in January of this year. Lodge earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in art history at Dartmouth College. Lodge has worked at ADP since 2002, and currently serves as a Content Strategist responsible for strategic marketing initiatives and the development of high impact assets to support ADP Research Institute including white papers, infographics and articles on ADP’s Spark blog.
Lodge resides in Morristown with her husband and 3 sons. Susan’s youngest son has attended PGCS for 10 years and will be graduating this year. She is an active member of the PGCS Development Committee and co-chaired a major event, Casino Night, for three years. Lodge contributes her strategic and marketing expertise to advancing the mission of the school.
P.G. Chambers School is a non-profit organization providing educational and therapeutic services for children with disabilities, and developmental delays. Located in Cedar Knolls, PGCS serves over 800 children a year throughout Northern New Jersey.