Two new members appointed to Princeton Senior Resource Center board

Barry Rabner and Philip Carchman have been appointed to serve on the board of directors of the Princeton Senior Resource Center, a local nonprofit that supports aging adults and their families, offering educational and social programs.

Philip Carchman

Carchman, who retired as a judge in 2020, was a member of the Newark and Princeton law firm of Carchman, Annich, Sochor & Shuster from 1967 to 1981. He served as the Mercer County Prosecutor until 1986 when Gov. Thomas Kean appointed him to the Superior Court of New Jersey. During his judicial career, he served as a presiding judge of the civil, family, general equity divisions, and appellate divisions. During his tenure, he authored more than 1,200 written opinions and sat in every judicial position in New Jersey, including temporary assignments to the New Jersey Supreme Court. A graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Carchman earned his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He has served as an officer and member of many professional and nonprofit boards and has lectured at numerous judicial and legal education programs. He lives in Princeton with his wife JoAnn, the former director of community relations at the Princeton University Art Museum.

Barry Rabner

Rabner is the former president and CEO of Penn Medicine Princeton Health. Before joining Princeton Health, he was a senior executive at the Jefferson Health System, Main Line Health, and Moss Rehabilitation Hospital. The son of Holocaust survivors – his mother was a nurse in the Russian Army during World War II – Rabner grew up in Passaic and began his career in healthcare during high school as an orderly in a nursing home. He holds a master’s degree in public administration from Rutgers University, completed a graduate degree in French language and civilization at L ’University de Paris du Sorbonne, and earned a bachelor’s degree in zoology and chemistry from the University of Maryland. He serves on the board of directors of Rider University, the Rice 360° Institute for Global Health, Rice University, and the Center for Health Care Design. He speaks frequently on healthcare-related topics and is an adjunct faculty member and executive in residence at Rider University.