Career Profile: Mark Reda is a commercial real estate professional with over 35 years of business experience. He developed Lou Reda, Inc, a commercial office furniture company, in 1973 and continued to grow the successful business until its sale in 2003. He restarted the business in 2009. Meanwhile, Reda also maintains ownership in Lou Reda Productions, a television production company.
Community Involvement: Reda serves his community in many ways, including volunteering to coach soccer, serving as President of the Joseph H. Firth Youth Center, and founding the College Guidance Partnership, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping students in the college search process. Prior to joining the Caldwell College Board of Trustees, Reda was a member of several other boards, including Bethlehem Catholic High School, Boys and Girls Club of Easton, Warren Hospital, Vista Bancorp, and Phillipsburg National Bank.
Education: Reda earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Saint Leo College in Saint Leo, Florida.
Other: Reda and his wife Deborah live in Phillipsburg, NJ. Their two children received bachelor’s degrees from Caldwell College.