2022 Proposed Slate of Directors to the Board of the YWCA Princeton

Reinaldine (Reina) Fleury, M.B.A, SHRM-SCP

Vice President Human Resources at Penn Medicine Princeton Health

Reina Fleury is an accomplished, results-oriented hands-on leader with over 20 years of progressive Human Resources experience in the nonprofit and for-profit sector. Proven ability to lead across multiple functional areas in Human Resources including Talent Management, Change Management, Performance Management and Employee Relations. Team builder and people developer able to maximize talent at all levels. Seasoned presenter and public speaker who can motivate and influence diverse audiences.

Nikki (Etheridge) Jones, SHRM-CP

Head, diversity, equity and inclusion and people ops at Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association

Accomplished leader with expertise in diversity & inclusion, talent management, employee relations and financial acumen. Nikki joined the HBA in 2009 as the first HBA staff director of finance, building a high-performing team and has since held roles of varying strategic and management responsibility spanning finance, marketing, communications, technology, and most recently HR & talent management supporting the HBA staff. Prior to her not for profit experience at HBA, Nikki held management roles at Johnson & Johnson supporting the financials of the consumer care business and the former healthcare business of Prudential in the accounting and finance area.

Kendra Lee

Deputy Director of Programs of Mercer County One-Stop Career Center and Workforce Development Board.

Kendra Lee is a community champion and the Deputy Director of Programs of Mercer County One-Stop Career Center and Workforce Development Board. She dedicates her time to translating vision into comprehensive strategic plans to improve the performance and productivity of the local workforce development system. She is committed to finding creative ways to assist diverse populations in pursing life changing opportunities, with a particular focus on New Jersey’s most vulnerable citizens.

Kendra Lee recently served as a panelist for YWCA Princeton’s Stand Against Racism Thought-Provoking Talks and is a 2022 Tribute to Women Honoree.

Sheila Nall, ASID, LEED AP

Principal, Director of Interior Design at KSS Architects

Sheila has more than 30 years experience designing corporate environments for companies and institutions throughout the U.S. Her design ability allows her to see potential in all spaces, and to create beautiful, unique environments that meet, and often exceed, her clients’ expectations. Her management ability allows her to lead and collaborate with teams of coworkers, consultants and contractors to complete complex and highly technical projects that delight and inspire her clients. Sheila believes that before her clients can benefit from her knowledge, she first has to learn much from and about them. Her dedication to providing a listening ear and exemplary service has led to the creation of successful, functional, and beautiful environments for a myriad of clients.

Leena Shah

Executive Director of Oncology/Tumor Strategies at Bristol-Myers Squibb

Leena Shah is a passionate and results driven pharmaceutical director with 15 years of global drug development expertise including scientific due diligence of pre-clinical to launch-ready business development opportunities and operational implementation of global Phase I to IV programs. She is currently the Executive Director of Oncology/Tumor Strategies for Bristol-Myers Squibb. Leena is recognized for leading and mobilizing large, highly engaged, collaborative, multidisciplinary, global teams that respectfully challenge each other’s conclusions to deliver high quality results. She also has a track record in project leadership, strategic thinking, project management, problem solving, line management, clinical operations, business and clinical development planning in multiple therapeutic areas. Her specialties include Business Development, Clinical Development, Clinical Operations, Project Management, Global Medical Affairs.

 

Leena is passionate about empowering women and girls. In fact, she has interest in re-invigorating the STEM committee.