The Princeton Area Community Foundation Board of Trustees has appointed three members to serve three-year terms: Marygrace Billek of West Windsor, Ka’Neda Bullock of Trenton, and Michael Ullmann of Princeton.
The trustees oversee a foundation with more than $240 million in assets. The Princeton Area Community Foundation has awarded more than $200 million in grants since it was founded in 1991.
Billek is the retired director of Human Services for Mercer County, where she oversaw services to at-risk youth, senior citizens, people without permanent housing, and people with disabilities. She began her career as a residence counselor at SERV Centers of New Jersey. In 2004, she became the Mercer County Deputy Director of Human Services and two years later was appointed director. She holds a master’s degree in social work from Columbia University and earned a bachelor’s degree in English and psychology from Rutgers University.
Bullock, an award-winning wealth manager and employer retirement plan advisor, is the president and founder of the Master Plan Investment Group in Pennington. She is a member of the inaugural Commonwealth Financial Network Women’s Council, the Trenton Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., the Mercer County chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc., and the Smith College Club. She is a former member of the board of trustees at Smith College and a current member of the Smith College Business Network Board. She holds a bachelor’s degree in government and economics from Smith College and a master’s in business administration from the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Ullmann retired last year as the executive vice president, general counsel of Johnson & Johnson, and a member of the executive committee after serving 11 years in that role and 34 years with the company. He was responsible for legal, government affairs and policy, compliance, privacy, security, and aviation on a global basis. He previously served as the company’s general counsel of the worldwide medical devices group, corporate secretary, and business development attorney. Before joining Johnson & Johnson, he practiced law in New York City. Ullmann served on the Community Foundation Board of Trustees from 2016 to 2022. He serves as chairman of the audit and risk committee of the Board of Directors of Americares, the global healthcare relief organization. He is a graduate of Cornell University and the Columbia University Law School.
“We are pleased to welcome Marygrace and Ka’Neda to the Board of Trustees, and we are so happy that Mike is returning to his volunteer post,” said Sonia Delgado, chair of the board of trustees. “Their insights and expertise will be assets to our Board.”
Four trustees ended their terms on the board: Anthony “Skip” Cimino, Michelle Everman, Rakia Reynolds, and Anne VanLent.
“Their impact on our Board is meaningful and long-lasting,” Delgado said, thanking the outgoing trustees for their volunteer service and commitment to promoting philanthropy to support the local community.