Dyson Advisory Board member Jan Mansley ’90, MBA (Lubin), has found her passion in giving back. After a successful career in banking and raising two children, Mansley now serves as the vice president of NOVA Hope for Haiti, an organization that provides medical care through permanent clinics and frequent missions to Southwest Haiti.
Mansley met her husband, Tom ’89, Math, MBA (Lubin), at Pace University, and both emphasize the importance of improving the lives of others. In addition to both serving on the Dyson Advisory Board and working with NOVA Hope for Haiti—Tom is the treasurer—the couple established The Tom and Jan Mansley Endowed Scholarship, which is awarded annually to a Dyson math student. Community service experience is a requisite for the scholarship.
In her interview with Director of the Center for Community Action and Research Heather Novak, MPA, Jan encourages current Pace students to get involved with volunteering to help others while developing valuable personal and professional skills.