Board Of Directors

Team Campbell was founded by Greg & Robin Hoyt in memory of their daughter, Campbell Hoyt, who tragically lost her 5 year battle with cancer and the age of 8.  Her strength and courage throughout her illness was inspiring to all that met her.

Board

The “team” consisted of our closest friends and family and very quickly grew into our entire community.  Through the power of social media, thousands of people followed Campbell’s story and fought alongside her during her battle with cancer.  Seeing Team Campbell t-shirts and hats everywhere we went soon became commonplace.  The power of the team was not just in the support for Campbell but also became about raising awareness for all children battling the disease.  Fundraisers were held to assist with the growing costs of Campbell’s treatment.  Campbell herself, organized a bake sale for her 6th birthday – friends baked and SHE insisted the funds raised be sent to support the children at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center – and raised more than $5000.  The power of Cam was off and running!

Co-Founders: Robin Hoyt, Gregory Hoyt
President: Gregory Hoyt
Vice President: Genene Sullivan
Secretary: Sandy Whelan
Treasurer: Becky Hull
Board Members:  Mary Lev, Laura Tamke, Sean Whelan, Tony Hull, Mark Tamke, Rick Lev

Genene Sullivan – Vice President: Genene has over 25 years of experience in operations management.  Since 2007, she has worked for JPW Consulting, a change management, training and consulting firm, and is currently their Director of Operations.  Previously, she worked for Fairchild Publications, Capital Cities/ABC (now Disney-ABC Television Group), where she spent nearly 15 years working in production, and was the Group Production Director for several trade and consumer magazines. Between these two positions, Genene raised two children with her husband, Mike, while also helping her husband establish his private law practice and real estate development company. Genene has spent much of her life volunteering. While with Fairchild, she launched their Volunteer Initiative Program, which partnered employees with volunteer opportunities with organizations including the Special Olympics, Fresh Air Fund, New York Cares, and the Harriett Tubman Family Living Center.  While serving as the Chair of this program, she was introduced to St. Philip’s Academy, a private school in Newark, NJ established to give inner city children access to a high-quality education. Genene became a member of the Board of Trustees, where she served for 8 years in various positions including Chair of the Finance Committee, and member of the Capital Campaign, Strategic Planning, and Development Committees. During that time, St. Philip’s Academy grew from educating a handful of students, to welcoming over 300 students each year.

Over the past 20 years, Genene has also volunteered for many organizations within her community including Somerset Hills School District Board Member, Home School Association, OLPH Church, and the Bernardsville Fire Company as an Administrative Member. Genene was also a Girl Scout Leader for 8 years along with Robin Hoyt. It was during this time that Genene and Robin became great friends, raising their families together. Genene held Campbell Grace for the first time just one day after she was born in May of 2006 and became her Godmother just a few short months later. Campbell brought an incredible amount of joy and love into this world and the news just over 3 years later that Campbell had brain cancer was devastating. Campbell lived on to bravely battled cancer for 5 years like the princess warrior she was, showing everyone what true strength and courage look like in the face of great pain and suffering. She was and always will be an inspiration to all who knew her. Genene currently serves as the Vice President of the Team Campbell Foundation, and hopes to help TCF make a difference in the lives of children battling cancer and their families by continuing to show others the grace and compassion that Campbell exemplified. “No child or family should have to go through this battle alone! We are in it with them, and there for them as much as we can be, until the day Pediatric Cancer is truly curable”.

Rebecca Hull – Treasurer: A graduate of Yale University and Columbia Business School, Becky has over 25 years of experience in marketing and business management at companies such as Citibank, MasterCard, Digital Insight (an application service provider of Internet Banking Services to banks and credit unions), Home Savings of America and IndyMac Bank. In 2009, Becky co-founded B.I.G. (Believe, Inspire, Grow) a women’s empowerment organization that offers monthly meetings and events for women seeking personal and professional fulfillment.  She served as president and chief operating officer and oversaw website administration, training, and financial management of the company.  She has subsequently retired from the daily operations of the company.

Becky has served on the Board of Congregation B’nai Israel in Basking Ridge, New Jersey and is currently Treasurer of PAC Parents, as well as Treasurer of Team Campbell Foundation. She is honored to serve on this Board. Campbell Hoyt fought valiantly against a disease that kills seven children each and every day. Campbell’s strength and smile as she battled as well as her compassion for others was a lesson for those of us who knew her and for countless others who did not. Becky chooses to serve so that mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends will one day not have to suffer from the pain of losing a loved one. For Cam, who spent more time in hospitals and doctor’s offices than she spent riding bicycles and building sandcastles, we will work to raise awareness, fund research and help those families affected by pediatric cancer. Becky resides in Bernardsville, NJ with her husband, Tony. They have four children and two large dogs.

Mary Lev – has experience in public relations and currently works as a freelance writer and editor.  She also taught preschool for seven years.  In addition to serving on the Team Campbell Foundation board, she is also a volunteer and board member at The Center for Contemporary Art, based in Bedminster, N.J.  Her prior volunteer experience includes more than 12 years as a Girl Scout volunteer and leader. She is passionate about working with children, and in support of issues impacting children.  Mary has been devoted to supporting cancer research and awareness for many years, having lost her mother to Non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 1989.

Mark Tamke – Mark Tamke has worked in the Pharmaceutical industry for over 17 years with Johnson & Johnson and IMS Health.  Mark is a volunteer firefighter with the Bernardsville Fire Co. for the past 8 years.  In addition to being a volunteer firefighter Mark also volunteers his time as a coach for the basketball, football, and baseball recreation programs in Bernardsville.  Mark has been married for 20 years to Laura Tamke and they have 4 children. “I am honored to serve on the TCF board to continue Campbell’s memory and her courage in the battle against pediatric cancer”.