Jan Deruiter started his career in computers in 1985 when he landed a job with a pioneering software development company just one year after the Mac (“128”) was introduced. After outgrowing the facilities at the Science Center, the company went on to become an early leader in graphics software for both the Mac and early Windows.
In 1996, he founded MostlyWeb.com an Internet Design and Development company that has created hundreds of websites and other projects on behalf of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Aetna, American Hospital Association, Northwestern U., and many other large/small companies and non-profits.
Jan got involved with PCF while working to raise money for a local school’s computer lab and the creation of a fully outfitted library. Thankfully, Abby Thaker from Mt. Airy USA saw the synergies and put Jan in touch with PCF.
For fun, Jan teaches computer literacy and 3D Printing to 5th graders and supports various STEM programs in Philadelphia public schools throughout NW Philadelphia.
Hal Augustine joined the PCF Board in 2014 and had been instrumental in obtaining computer donations from hospitals throughout the city.
Hal has 47 years experience in information technology with the past 28 years in corporate CIO roles at Albert Einstein Health Care Network, Jefferson Health System, and Health Partners Plans. Hal is a former Board member of the Christiana Cares Information Management Committee and a former Board member of the Health Partners Foundation.
In May 2013, Hal received the Philadelphia Business Journal’s TOP IT Pro | Nonprofit Government Agency Award. Hal is also the recipient of two “Spirit of Health Partners” awards, including one for exemplary leadership and another for his personal commitment to the Philadelphia economically disadvantaged community.
Hal has had articles published in Advance Magazine, contributed a chapter in the CIO Field Book and has presented at many healthcare related technology conferences including American Health Information Management Executives, Grandon Health Policy Lectureship, College of Health Information Management Executives, AHIMA and Hospital Information Management Systems Society.
Kevin is a Penn State grad with a BS in Information Science Technology. He currently works at the Hibbert Group in Trenton, NJ where he is a liaison between the company’s clients and the IT department. Kevin manages projects mainly with pharmaceutical companies that provides formulary information to health care providers. His next goal is to go for his project management professional certification to further his career.
Kevin also is an Eagle Scout and has been involved in community service for the majority of his life. When he is not at work he enjoys golfing, tennis and spending time with family.
Greg is a Penn State grad with a BS in Information Systems Technology Management and Security Risk Analysis. Greg is Apple Certified, and has completed his Microsoft Certifications.
Currently works for a privately held software company just outside Philadelphia, where he automates IT systems to make his colleagues user experience easier and enjoyable.
Greg is actively involved with PCF working to grow the Computers in Hands program to be a well-known program throughout the Philadelphia Region. He is actively involved with giving back to the community via PCF and other organizations.
Staci Scott has more than 20 years of experience in program administration, operations, workforce/career development, education and training. As President and Executive Director, Ms. Scott is responsible for overall strategic planning, revenue generation, financial management, organizational development, staff management and program operations.
Ms. Scott provides leadership for the Foundation through advocacy in social determinants of health for individuals and families in need in the communities and neighborhoods served by Health Partners Plans. Ms. Scott also oversees fundraising, marketing and community outreach for the Foundation.
As President of the Health Partners Foundation, Staci is responsible for ensuring the organization’s activities are compliant and in furtherance of its mission. Along with the Board of Directors, Ms. Scott monitors and assesses sound fundraising practices, champions the organization, advocates its mission to internal and external stakeholders and ensures legal compliance. She also works to guarantee the Board’s directives, policies and resolutions are carried out fully.
In her role as Director of Corporate Citizenship at Health Partners Plans, Ms. Scott is responsible for making recommendations and executing strategies to enhance the organization’s approach to social responsibility issues, including community involvement, volunteerism, education outreach, charitable giving, sponsorships and board memberships. Additionally, Ms. Scott plans and executes the Annual Workplace Campaign and directs the efforts of the Employee Volunteer Program.
Ms. Scott holds a Master of Human Services from Lincoln University.
Cliff is the founder & CEO of Nooch, a social mobile payments platform. Nooch has won startup competitions at Duke & Drexel Universities and Cliff has been a featured speaker at several payment industry conferences, including the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s annual Payments Symposium.
In 2013, Cliff was invited to share the startup perspective at the Mobile Payments Law Seminar in Washington DC. Cliff was recently named a 2014 Philadelphia Business Journal 40 Under 40 Winner and has been a PCF Board Member since 2013.
When not reading up on state Money Transmitter laws, Cliff is an ambidextrous ping-pong player, a colorful rhetorician, a hardened Phillies fan, Eagle Scout, & Chip Kelly believer.
Debra joined our Board in 2015. She is a seasoned healthcare executive with extensive expertise in product launches, budgeting, government programs and pharmaceutical relations and negotiations.
Debra holds a BA in Speech Pathology from the University of Maryland, and has completed graduate studies in Dynamics of Organization Program at the University of Pennsylvania.
Debra is a member of several medical associations and volunteers for the Health Partners Foundation Perfect Attendance program in local high schools as well as Kayla’s Hope for Kids Golf Tournament for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), and the Stotesbury Cup Regatta.