Denise Romanelli, the Director of Employee Development and Community Relations at Sun East Federal Credit Union, and Jeff Graber, a professor in Neumann University’s Division of Business and Information Management, were honorary inductees into the Delta Mu Delta Honor Society at a recent ceremony at Neumann University.
Student inductees included David Alvarez, Emily Brennecke, Tiffany K. Donnelly, Casey A. Jeronimo, Brenton Johnson, Mike F. McGowan, Joseph Mitchell, Stephen Pritchard, Matthew Camillo Stratton, Carlee Williams, and Stephen Ruzzo.
Delta Mu Delta is an international honor society established to recognize and reward superior scholastic achievement of students in business.
Romanelli, also the Executive Director of Sun East Charitable Foundation, has more than 20 years of experience in the field of training and development creating and delivering educational programs for public and private sectors. With Sun East Federal Credit Union for 16 years, she established a leadership development program and a credit union university.
Active in the community, Romanelli twice received the Sun East Federal Credit Union Volunteer of the Year Award, and is a recipient of Delaware County Community College Wong-Moss Award for contributions in community service and career achievements.
She is an adjunct instructor for business courses at Delaware County Community College and held the office of President of the College’s Alumni Committee for three years. A keynote speaker for several women’s conferences, credit union events, and college seminars, she is an active member of Friends of the Delaware County Women’s Commission and the Business Advisory Committee for Neumann University.
Romanelli earned an M.S. in Organization Leadership from Cabrini College, a B.S. in Communication Studies from West Chester University and an associate degree in Business Management from Delaware County Community College.
Graber has taught in Neumann’s Business and Information Management Division for the past 14 years, including the past five as a full-time professor, primarily teaching accounting courses. He has also developed and taught courses and continuing education in personal finance and real estate finance and investment.
Prior to Neumann, Graber was an adjunct professor at various schools, including Widener University and Delaware County Community College. He integrates his finance and investing knowledge into business and accounting topics so that students can easily relate to the material and use this valuable information in their careers and lives.
Prior to teaching, he spent 17 years as a corporate accountant working mostly for small to mid-size, growth-oriented technology and healthcare related firms.
Graber earned his MBA with a focus in financial planning at Widener and graduated Beta Gamma Sigma. He passed the CFP exam in July 2000 and the CPA exam in April 2011. He is currently a doctoral student at Wilmington University.