TAP is comprised of industry leaders and professionals with a
passion for educating and mentoring our nation’s youth.
Board of Directors
Richard T. Anderson, FAICP, FCIOB, NAC, HON AIANY
RTA Advertising Services, President Emeritus,
New York Building Congress (NYBC
Director of External Affairs for the
General Contractors Association of New York (GCA)
Carl Galioto, FAIA
President, HOK, Managing Principal
New York and Philadelphia offices
Robert D. Goodman
Executive Managing Director, Colliers International
Jeffrey M. Levy
President of J.J. Ryan Associates, Inc.
Bruce Lilker, P.E., LEED AP
President of Lilker Associates
Senior Vice President, Marketing & Communications
and a member of the executive management committee
for STV Group
Robert Rubin, P.E., J.D.
Construction Disputes, Avoidance and Resolution
Executive Director, Rose Reichman
President of Reichman Frankle Inc. (RFI), Ms. Reichman has over 30 years’ experience in developing strategy for and implementing multifaceted marketing campaigns and other communications programs. Her experience includes workingwith public agencies, private sector firms, and a number of industry associations such as the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York and the
General Contractors Association of New York. Ms. Reichman was a partner in Trilogy Publications LLC, publisher of Those Amazing….series, and is experienced in developing and marketing books for underserved professions. She serves on the boards of
the ACE Mentor Program of Greater New York and the ACE Mentor Program of New Jersey. Ms. Reichman is a graduate of the
University of Michigan and earned a Masters in English from New York University.
Prior to forming Reichman Frankle Inc. in 1989, she was a vice president and director of communications at Parsons Brinckerhoff.
Her earlier work experience includes teaching high school English in New York City and in Berkley, Michigan.
Educational Consultant, Phyllis Grossman Kaplan
A professional educator with a successful career in multiple aspects of teaching and development, Ms. Kaplan served as
professional development committee representative for the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools and adjunct professor
at William Paterson University where she designed, developed and taught courses in technology for middle school programs.