Seton Hall University welcomes three new members to its Board of Regents. The new Regents bring more than 40 years of professional expertise and experience to the 43-member board in the fields of employment law and labor relations, finance, consulting and research, healthcare, higher education leadership, philanthropy, and fundraising.
The new regents will help guide the University through a period of continuing expansion and growth. Each new member of the Board of Regents will serve a three-year term, which expires on June 30, 2020.
“I would like to join the rest of the board in welcoming the new additions to the Regents — Nicole Archibald, Kimberly Capadona, Esq. and David Flood. I look forward to the many positive contributions I know they will bring to the board,” said interim Seton Hall President Mary Meehan.
President Meehan added, “I would also like to extend my thanks to those members of the Board of Regents whose terms of service have come to an end. Ryan Duffy, Dr. Michael Loeven, Phillip Maisano and Richard Mandelbaum are all rotating off the board, while Regent Michael Lucciola has moved to emeritus status. They are valued members of the Seton Hall community whose leadership and expertise contributed greatly to our shared goals for advancing the University.”
The new Regents are:
Nicole Archibald ’16
Nicole Archibald is a health industry consultant at PwC, based in New York. She received a bachelor’s degree in finance cum laude from Seton Hall University in May 2016 and studied law in the Summer Institute for Pre-Legal Studies at Seton Hall Law School. While at Seton Hall, she was an Education Opportunity Program scholar, volunteer coordinator, resident assistant and academic tutor. Archibald received Seton Hall’s Distinguished Service Award for her commitment to service and leadership in various community programs including local projects in Newark, NJ and service trips to El Salvador and Denver, Colorado. She currently volunteers as a mentor for students and as a financial literacy instructor.
Kimberly Anne Capadona '98/J.D.’01
From Jersey City, Kimberly Anne Capadona is an attorney at Archer P.C. in Hackensack, NJ. She focuses her practice in employment law and labor relations. Her broad range of experience includes nationwide representation of employers in wage and hour matters, injunctions and employment discrimination claims involving sex, race, age, religion, handicap or sexual orientation. In addition to her litigation practice, she regularly advises in-house counsel, human resources managers and risk management professionals on federal and state labor and employment laws. Capadona graduated magna cum laude from Seton Hall in 1998 with a degree in political science and then attended Seton Hall University School of Law, where she earned her J.D. in 2001. She was appointed the president of the University’s Alumni Board of Directors, effective July 1, 2017.
David L. Flood ’89/’95 M.A.
David L. Flood serves as the Chief Development Officer of Intermountain Healthcare, Inc, one of the nation’s preeminent healthcare delivery systems, based in Salt Lake City, UT, while also serving as president of the Intermountain Foundation. As a member of the corporate executive team, he is responsible for the direction and oversight of the Intermountain Foundation, a comprehensive healthcare fundraising network designed to effectively meet the philanthropic and research needs of Intermountain’s 23 hospitals and related health services. Prior to his arrival at Intermountain in 2013, he held leadership roles within healthcare and education, most recently as president of Meridian Health Affiliated Foundations in New Jersey.
Flood is involved in, and has been recognized by numerous organizations in his personal and professional life, ranging from local to international in scope. He recently served as chairman of the Board of Director’s for the Association of Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP), where he currently serves as a member of the Board. He has previously been named New Jersey’s Outstanding Professional Fundraiser by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, and in 2013, he served as the opening keynote speaker at the Healthcare Philanthropy Congress in Frankfurt, Germany.
A rich family history at Seton Hall, Flood graduated from Seton Hall Prep in 1984, received a B.A. degree from Seton Hall in 1989 and an M.A. in 1995. Early in his career, he worked for Seton Hall as Associate Director of Alumni Relations. He has been honored as the St. Andrews Seminary Humanitarian of the Year and is a Seton Hall Varsity Sports Hall of Fame inductee, through his work with men’s basketball. He has chaired and served on a number of committees within the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees of Seton Hall Prep. He and his wife, Karen, are the proud parents of four children and reside in Salt Lake City.