Main Campus, 879 Beideman Avenue, Camden NJ
Admissions of students without regard to race, color
(856) 365 1000
Camden, NJ 08105
7:00am - 4:00pm
Monday to Friday
123 456 789
New York, NY 90210
07:30 - 19:00
Monday to Friday
Monday, February 12, 2018
Camden’s Promise Main Campus
879 Beideman Ave. Camden, NJ 08105
Chief School Administrator
Dr. Joseph Conway is currently the co-founder of Camden’s Promise Charter School, Camden Academy Charter High School and Camden’s Pride Charter School. Dr. Conway received his doctorate from Teacher’s College, Columbia University in 2004. Additionally he has an M.A in Secondary Science Education from City College in New York, as well as a dual degree in Biology and in Theology from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. Dr. Conway was introduced to the urban environment through Teach for America when he spent five years teaching in the South Bronx from 1992-1997. Since that time, he has dedicated his life to the education of urban youth in America.
Additionally, Dr. Conway teaches at Holy Family University, as a graduate professor, mentors other charter school principals and administrators, and serves on non-profit boards.
Mrs. Zulma Lombardo
A native to Camden, Zulma Gonzalez-Lombardo graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2005 with a master’s degree in Organizational Development and Leadership from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM). With a career spanning over 28 years, her work in social service and organizational development began in 1987 at Volunteers of America – Delaware Valley, Inc (VOADV). During her tenure at VOADV, one of the largest nonprofit human services organizations in the tri-state area, Zulma held a number of positions, including executive coordinator to the President/ CEO. In 2005, she left VOADV to complete her master’s degree, and later launched a high-impact advisory service firm, Zed Management Consultancy, LLC in 2007. During this time she has worked with organizations in nonprofit, for profit, education, and health care sectors, facilitating improvement of administrators, operations executives and teams. Married to Daniel L Lombardo, Zulma has two daughters, Zulina Gonzalez and Yesenia Rivera, and two grandchildren.
Richelle Baughn is the Business Administrator for Camden’s Pride Charter School, Camden’s Promise Charter School and Camden Academy Charter High School. Ms. Baughn has earned her MBA from Eastern University.
Ms. Hagamin received her MA in Clinical-Counseling Psychology from La Salle University and is a Licensed Associate Counselor. She holds positions as Assistant Director (La Salle University), Primary Therapist in New Jersey, and Adjunct Psychology Faculty (University of Phoenix, Philadelphia Campus).
Ms. Johnson is a graduate of Camden Catholic High School and is a parent representative from Camden’s Pride Charter School and Camden’s Promise Charter School.
Mrs. Maldonado was born in the Bronx, NY, but moved to Camden as a small child. She is happily married woman, who has raised three young men. Her two oldest boys are currently in college. Her youngest child is in middle school at Camden’s Promise. Ms. Maldonado is a parent that strongly encourages education in the lives of her boys. Ms. Maldonado served as an executive assistant for sixteen years and is now the office manager at Paris Food Corporation.
Vivian Nieves has been a life-long resident of Camden City. She is the proud parent of twins, currently attending Camden’s Promise, and a senior and a sophomore, currently attending Camden Academy. Formerly, Nieves served as a certified nursing assistant (CNA) at the Woodland Care Center, now the Abigail House for Nursing and Rehabilitation. After leaving the Woodland Care Center in the late 90’s, she is now the owner of a barber shop in East Camden where she works as a licensed cosmetologist. Nieves is also the director of a local food pantry called Mission Hope.
Mr. Octovio Loyola was born in New York and raised in Puerto Rico. He studied at Catholic University in Puerto Rico and obtained his B.A. in Physical Education. He is married and has two daughters. Once daughter attends Camden’s Promise and one attends Camden’s Pride. Currently, Mr. Loyola is a Director of a Early Childhood Learning Center.
Mrs. Figueroa is a Camden City resident, born and raised. She is happily married with three beautiful children who attend Camden’s Promise Charter Middle School and Camden’s Pride Charter Elementary School. As a parent she encourages education and supports her children to do their best. She is a graduate from Camden Rutgers University with a Bachelorettes degree in Psychology, is employed as a Social Service Worker and is a member of Lion of Judah AG Church. Mrs. Figueroa passions are helping others, spending time with her family, reading and exercising.
Ms. Jones is a graduate of Camden Catholic High School. She is a parent of two Camden Academy Charter High School alumni.