Three Cheltenham grads seeing professional success

Three Cheltenham High School alumni have been highlighted by local historian Chuck Langerman for their professional successes.

Lauren (Williams) Camper (above left)

Lauren (Williams) Camper, a 2003 Cheltenham High School graduate, is currently the Senior Manager of Global Compliance and Ethics for Teva Pharmaceuticals.

She works in their Office of Business Integrity which is charged with investigating reports of misconduct. Lauren is responsible for triaging all cases that the office receives, assisting with fraud investigations, and performing analytical analysis on hotline data. She also manages Teva’s global whistleblower program for over 40,000 employees in over 50 different countries.

Additionally, Lauren serves as the Vice Chair of Teva’s Black Heritage Employee Resource Group as well as the editor of the quarterly newsletter for the group. She is a parent leader in her community’s Multicultural Parents Group, and a founding Board Member for the Carnegie Initiative, a non-profit that is committed to diversifying the game of ice hockey. Lauren has a passion for giving back, social justice reform, and promoting equitable change.

She holds an Accounting degree from West Chester University and an MBA from the University of Louisiana Monroe.

At Cheltenham High, she was a member of the National Honor Society and the Black Student Union. According to Langerman, she took an Intro to Accounting class during her senior year which inspired her to major in accounting in college.

Mike Gross (above center)

Mike Gross, a 1973 Cheltenham High School graduate, was recently featured in an article in the South Jersey Sun for his 2020 book, titled “The Wingman’s Path to Positivity”.

An excerpt:

Gross sees himself as a source of hope and positivity for his “wing mates.” In a recent interview, he shared insights into his journey, the inspiration behind his book, and the transformative power of practicing positive energy.

To purchase a copy of Gross’s book, you can click here.

According to Langerman, Gross was an All-Suburban One goalie during his time in Wyncote.

Burton M. Goldfield

Burton M. Goldfield, also a 1973 Cheltenham High School graduate, recently retired as President and CEO at TriNet after more than 15 years.

TriNet, which employs a team of over 3,000 workers, is a strategic partner to businesses for payroll, Human Resources, employment law compliance, and risk reduction. Under Burton’s tenure as President and CEO, TriNet experienced tremendous growth.

“I look forward to engaging in the causes and activities that are dear to me and spending more time with my family, including my first grandchild who was born last month,” he said.

An avid runner and physical fitness enthusiast, he earned a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering from Syracuse University and an M.B.A. from Villanova.

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