Board of Directors
RAY McKENNA is a Washington, D.C.-based attorney and former general counsel of the General Services Administration. He served as a lay baseball chaplain for eight years. He is the Founder and President of Catholic Athletes for Christ.
JIM DELANEY is the chairperson of Neumann University’s Board of Trustees. He is the founder and former president and CEO of J.G. Wentworth & Company. Jim volunteers as a lector, bible study leader, and Eucharistic minister at St. John Vianney Parish. He earned both a B.S. in accounting and an MBA from St. Joseph’s University, and a master’s degree in taxation from Widener University. He resides with his wife, Jacqueline, in Haverford, Pa.
KEVIN O’MALLEY is a senior federal official working on budget and policy issues in Washington, D.C. He supports CAC’s operations and coordinates the organization’s Major League Baseball ministry program. Kevin earned his B.A. in Communications-Public Relations with a minor in Marketing from the University of Dayton, where he broadcast Dayton Flyers football and basketball and hosted a weekly radio sports show. Kevin, his wife Anne, and their six children reside in Northern Virginia.
Father Tom Barcellona
FATHER TOM BARCELLONA is the pastor of Christ the Redeemer parish in Atco, N.J. in the Camden diocese. He is also chaplain for the Philadelphia Eagles football team.
FATHER TOM MARTIN is the pastor of St. Pius Parish in Redwood City, Calif., in the Archdiocese of San Francisco. He serves as a CAC Priest/Chaplain for the San Francisco Giants and regularly attends CAC’s annual Baseball Retreat in Southern California.
FATHER WILLY RAYMOND, C.S.C. is President of Holy Cross Family Ministries. He entered Holy Cross Fathers in 1964. He earned a Bachelors in Philosophy from Stonehill College in 1967 and a Masters in Theology from the University of Notre Dame in 1971. In addition to English, Father Willy is conversant in French and Spanish. He’s a native of Old Town, Maine, and one of 12 children. He remains a diehard fan of the Boston Red Sox, even though he has served as a CAC Priest/Chaplain for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Linda Del Rio
LINDA DEL RIO is President of ExVotos Communications, LLC, and an accredited photographer. She serves as Vice President of The Jack Del Rio Foundation. Linda also serves as FOCUS Varsity Catholic’s Executive Consultant for collegiate athletes and missionaries and serves on committees within the Vatican Council of Culture in the division of Sport and within the Council of Laity and Sport. She has also organized women’s organizations for professional sport teams for wives, girlfriends, and their families. Linda’s writings and her accomplished and accredited photographs have been published globally in several publications in many newspapers and magazines. She is a Dame of Malta, a Lady of the Holy Sepulcher and supports many charitable causes including Comunita Cenacolo, Catholic Charities, Salvation Army, Knights of Columbus, Children’s Hospitals, and Special Olympics. Linda has been married to Jack Del Rio, head coach for the Oakland Raiders, and they raised four children — Lauren, Hope, Aubrey, and Luke.
TAMMY CARTER-TENAGLIA is a Clinical Psychologist and currently serves as Secretary on the Board of Directors for Malvern Institute and the Progressions Companies. In addition, she serves on the Board of Trustees of the Catholic Foundation of Greater Philadelphia. Her clinical experience includes a focus on Critical Incident Stress Management and Employee Assistance services as well as Cognitive-Behavior therapy. Dr. Carter-Tenaglia has earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Drexel University, as well as a Master of Arts and a PhD in Clinical Psychology from Hahnemann University’s Department of Clinical and Health Psychology. She has been a member of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem since 2013. She has also been supporting CAC’s efforts to advance its Cathletes™ chapter program in the Philadelphia region.
DR. BILL THIERFELDER is president of Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina. He is a licensed psychologist, a two-time NCAA Division I All-American, a former NCAA Division I coach, and a member of the United States Olympic Committee’s Sports Psychology Registry (2000–2004). He participated in the 1980 United States Olympic Trials in Eugene, Oregon, and was a medalist at the 1981 U.S. Track and Field National Championships. He is author of the book, “Less Than A Minute To Go: The Secret To World-Class Performance in Sport, Business and Everyday Life” (www.LessThanAMinuteToGo.com).