Arthur Graham, President & Chief Executive Officer

Arthur has over fifteen years of experience in IT, working mostly as a Unix systems engineer in a consultant capacity. He experienced the “dot-com boom” and Y2K, and was involved in various projects that became the foundations of many of today’s everyday conveniences. The new millennium heralded a new chapter in his career: working in the telecom industry. Cell phones were revolutionizing the way in which the world communicated, and Arthur was thrilled to be in the thick of it. Eventually, his career took another turn when he became Vice President of Strategic Development at Precise Publications, a medical communications company started by his wife, Dr. Kathleen Ohleth. In his current role, he has to study trends, learn at rapid rates, and display considerable flexibility. Precise Publications is no stranger to helping people, as one of their core operations is working hand-in-hand with the pharmaceutical industry. Creating Pedal for the Puzzle, a 501(c)(3) charity to raise money and awareness for autism, was a natural progression. As Chief Executive Officer and a principal founder, Arthur is driven to help make a difference.

Kristen Dabrowski, Vice President

Kristen Dabrowski was delighted to be Volunteer Coordinator for 2018’s Pedal for the Puzzle event. Kristen was introduced to Pedal for the Puzzle when she worked at the Princeton Child Development Institute, a school for autistic children, as Director of Marketing and Development. In this position, Kristen was responsible for event coordination, business development, corporate communications, marketing, public relations, grant writing, publications, social media and website management. Prior to this, Kristen was Associate Director at Creative Arts & Athletics, an arts nonprofit agency for children in New York City, for 8 years. Kristen has a Bachelor of Arts from Franklin & Marshall College and a graduate degree from Oxford School of Drama in England. A long-time advocate of arts and education causes, Kristen is thrilled to join the Pedal for the Puzzle Board to raise funds for autism programs.
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Kathleen Ohleth, PhD, Chief Financial Officer

Dr. Ohleth is president and founder of Precise Publications, LLC, with more than two decades of scientific training, publication planning, and medical writing experience. She received Bachelor of Science in Animal Sciences from Rutgers University’s Cook College in New Brunswick, NJ. Afterwards, she received her PhD in Reproductive Biology from the Graduate School of Rutgers University and then did a postdoctoral fellowship at Schering-Plough in Kenilworth, NJ. Dr. Ohleth is committed to giving back to the community. As an avid cyclist, she has long participated in rides to raise money for causes such as cancer, diabetes, autism, and multiple sclerosis. In 2010, she created her own ride with the help of colleagues and friends. Since a number of her friends and employees have children with an autism diagnosis, she decided to use the ride to raise money for autism awareness. Since then, Pedal for the Puzzle has become a thriving nonprofit charity. As Chief Financial Officer and one of the principal founders, Dr. Ohleth is proud to watch it grow every year.

Scott Holmes, Secretary

Scott is a senior executive in the Biopharma industry, with a 20+ year history of transforming commercial performance within global organizations, including Merck, Pharmacia, Tercica, Celgene and now Ascendis Pharma. Scott’s track record includes improving patient access to innovative hematology/oncology, immunology, and endocrinology treatments in the US, Japan, Australia, India, and Latin America. Scott received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Rutgers University and earned his Master of Business Administration degree in Finance from The University of Texas at Austin. Scott serves as Secretary of Pedal for the Puzzle, and willingly shares his expertise in business and management to support the cause.

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Robert Tommaselli, Treasurer

Robert Tommaselli is a Director at RBC Capital Markets who works in IT with a focus on real-time market data and messaging systems. He believes they can continue to grow their market share by putting their clients first and partnering with innovative vendors. Robert has worked at RBC for 20 years and has delivered IT solutions that keep RBC ahead of its competitors by ensuring their systems are cost effective, performant and reliable. He speaks regularly at financial-industry events like Financial and Information Services Association (FISD) about new technologies that affect the trading landscape, and holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. Robert has always valued serving others through community organizations like the Boy Scouts and other local charities.

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Dwayne Waller, Board Member/Advisory Committee

Dwayne is the General Manger of Operations at PPI-Time Zero, Inc, an electronics manufacturing services provider that specializes in electromechanical hardware for defense, aerospace and industrial markets. He has an extensive background in operations management with over 16 years of experience in various roles, including project management and leadership in engineering and operations. Dwayne earned his undergraduate degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Management from Centenary University in Hackettstown, NJ. He currently resides in Randolph, NJ with his wife and two sons, and as an avid sports fan, enjoys everything from racing to football. In his free time, he likes to work outside and ride motorcycles. As a senior board member of Pedal for the Puzzle, Dwayne is happy to use his years of experience in business and management to support the cause.

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Mariusz Siedlecki, Board Member/Advisory Committee

Mariusz Siedlecki immigrated from Bialystok, Poland more than 20 years ago with extensive training and experience in carpentry and cabinet-making. Here in the United States his career is in the New York City school system as a Maintenance Crew Foreman improving the children’s school environment and supervising others to do the same. As a natural helping hand with a diligent work ethic, Mariusz is an invaluable volunteer of Pedal for the Puzzle, donating time for several days around the event to help plan logistics, mark roads, set up AV equipment, and haul tents and boxes during set up and clean up. His kind-heartedness is reflected in his willingness to contribute whatever he can to the cause. Mariusz currently resides in West Milford, NJ, and has two adult children and one grandson. In his free time, he loves to cycle and enjoys outdoor activities such as gardening and relaxing around a fire pit.

Dr. Liz Matheis, Board Member, Educational/Medical Consultant

Dr. Liz Matheis is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and certified School Psychologist who specializes in assisting children and their families with autism, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, anxiety and learning/behavioral disorders. Her private practice, with 5 other therapists, specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy, art and play therapy, marriage and family therapy, grieving, trauma, in-home executive functioning coaching and use of the sand-tray therapeutic technique. Dr. Liz also serves as an Educational Consultant to parents who are seeking to optimize their child’s Individualized Education Program and need support and advocacy to maximize their child’s special education program and related services. She was trained at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison and Teaneck, NJ where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and Masters and PhD in Clinical Psychology. Dr. Liz also contributes to a number of popular-press magazines, radio and blogs, where she is able to provide real-world, pragmatic solutions to complex problems.

Cathy Nace, Administrative Assistant

Cathy has a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Northland College in Ashland, WI. Her position at Precise Publications has expanded to include becoming event coordinator and volunteer coordinator for Pedal for the Puzzle. Cathy’s passion for volunteerism has taken her on many week-long mission trips with The Lamb Institute and Discovery Service Projects to San Buenaventura, Honduras; Tegucigalpa, Honduras; and Merida, Mexico. Her love of travel has taken her to every continent. In her free time she is very active in her Church where she also serves as an Elder.