Father Armand Blanc
OFM Cap., President
Father Armand Blanc has served as Pastor of Paroisse St François d’ Assise, a Francisican Mission Parish in Les Cayes, Haiti, within the Catholic Diocese of Les Cayes.
Father Armand is a founding member of FIA and its President. He generally supervises all of FIA’s activities in conjunction with Father Pascale. He also oversaw the construction of the church building and along with Father Pascale, provides regular updates to the Board on all mission activities.
Enock Berluche, Sr.
Vice-President and Chaplain
Enock Berluche, Sr. is a founding member of FIA and, as Vice President and Chaplain, currently spends several hours per week contacting potential donors and arranging presentation opportunities for FIA.
Deacon Enock is a Deacon in the Diocese of Metuchen, and has served the Diocese of Metuchen in that role since his ordination 17 years ago. Deacon Enock is a Co-Coordinator of the African-American, Black and Caribbean Apostolate, a member of the Council on Mission Education, and a representative of Missionary Childhood Association (MCA) and the Society for the Propagation of the Faith (SPOF). He was a Senior Chemist with ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company for 30 years prior to his retirement. Deacon Enock holds an MA in Theology. He has been married for almost 50 years and has 7 adult children and 9 grandchildren.
William K. Mosca, Jr.
Vice President and Counsel
Bill Mosca is a founding member of FIA and, as Vice President and Counsel, has been actively involved in fundraising and organizational efforts since FIA’s inception. He spends several hours per week conducting research, contacting potential donors and working on any Foundation legal matters.
A founding shareholder of the law firm Bevan, Mosca & Giuditta, P.C. (“BMG”), Bill is a respected attorney with a broad and diverse experience set. He concentrates his practice in telecommunications, energy and related administrative and public utility law, litigation and alternative dispute resolution. Prior to establishing BMG, Bill served as an executive level lawyer and chief counsel to several AT&T strategic business units, and has prior partner-level experience at major law firms defending complex multi-party litigation.
Bill received his J.D., cum laude, from Northwestern University Law School, and his B.A., summa cum laude, from The College of St. Thomas. He recently served as Chair to the Public Utilities Law Section of the New Jersey Bar Association, and is currently Chair of the Board of Directors for the Gateway Chamber of Commerce. Bill has also served as an Adjunct Professor of Telecommunications Law and Policy at Seton Hall Law School, and served as the Chairman of the Bedminster Township Land Use Board. Bill and his wife Kathy have lived in Bedminster N.J. for many years and are active members of St. Elizabeth-St.Brigid Parish. They have three grown children and four grandchildren.
Elizabeth M. McKeever
Vice-President and Secretary
Beth McKeever is a founding member of FIA. As Secretary, Beth maintains accurate meeting minutes and handles all other administrative matters.
Beth is an attorney and works in-house with a large commercial electrical concern. A graduate of Cornell Law School and Bucknell University, she is admitted to the bars of New Jersey, New York and Washington, D.C. Beth is a member of both the Public Utility Law Section and Clean Tech Committee of the New Jersey Bar Association.
Beth resides in Madison, New Jersey with her husband and three daughters. She is a Girl Scout leader and regularly teaches Sunday School at Grace Episcopal Church, where she and her family are members. A former high school cross-country runner, Beth has completed six marathons.
Kathy has volunteered with FIA since its founding and has served in the role of Assistant Secretary since 2016. Kathy maintains all documentation for the organization and ensures timely communication between Board Members on important matters.
Kathy has more than two decades of professional experience as an operations manager and paralegal in the power and utilities industry. She works as a paralegal at Bevan, Mosca & Giuditta, P.C. in Basking Ridge, NJ, where her work focuses primarily on administrative law matters and advocacy efforts for electric, gas, telecommunications and water companies. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and Stevens Institute of Technology.
Kathy lives in Madison, New Jersey with her husband and two children, and has been an active member of St. Vincent Martyr Church for more than 20 years. She volunteers with many local organizations, working especially with youth in the Madison area, and she is currently serving a three-year term on the Madison Utility Advisory Committee.
Ines Berluche was born in Haiti and married Enock in 1970. They have seven children and ten grandchildren. Ines has a GED and worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant for over thirty years. She has been very active in her parish, St. Philip and St. James in Phillipsburg, N.J. (Diocese of Metuchen) since 1983. Ines currently serves as a Eucharistic minister, and participates in the Charismatic Prayer group, the Legion of Mary and the daily Eucharistic Adoration. She actively supports Enock’s mission activities in Haiti, which are undertaken to care for the poorest of the poor.