Who We Are
Students come first.
Source4Teachers and MissionOne are two companies with one focus: to improve the continuity and quality of the classroom experience for students by providing highly skilled substitute and paraprofessional personnel to school districts.
Established in 2000, Source4Teachers is a leading provider of substitute staffing services, filling more than 2,000 daily and long-term vacancies each day. In 2009, we were able to transfer our knowledge and expertise of the education industry to establish MissionOne, a separate service line dedicated to managing and operating school districts’ permanent paraprofessional programs.
Both companies assume the responsibilities of recruiting, credentialing, training, managing and evaluating pre-K-12 school districts’ substitute and/or paraprofessional personnel. We improve operational efficiencies, enhance student productivity and deliver ample cost savings.
Source4Teachers and MissionOne employ thousands of talented educators and paraprofessionals and provide them with specialized training and ongoing professional development opportunities. We offer health insurance and 401(k) plans and advocate for our employees who are seeking full-time careers in education.
Meet Our Team
Through his extensive experience as a corporate executive officer and chief financial officer for multiple companies on the NASDAQ and NYSE over the past 25 years, Jeff has developed the executive expertise necessary to ensure Source4Teachers and MissionOne continue to grow and thrive. A chartered financial analyst (CFA), certified public accountant (CPA) and a certified management accountant (CMA), Jeff possesses the financial acumen necessary to develop new and innovative educational finance solutions.
Jeff’s commitment to children, education and the arts are exemplified by his service on the Board of Directors of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Annapolis and Ann Arundel County, the Finance Advisory Board of the University of Pittsburgh Katz Graduate School of Business, the James Madison Council of the Library of Congress, the William T. Walters Association of the Walters Art Museum, and the Advisory Board of the William G. McGowan School of Business. Currently, he serves as Co-Chairman for Source4Solutions.
Jeff served on the Board of Directors of two publicly traded companies as audit committee chairman and compensation committee member. He was instrumental in developing corporate governance programs compliant with Sarbanes-Oxley and helped strategically position companies for growth and subsequent sale. He also served on the Advisory Board of Liberty Bell Bank and Sachs Capital. He is the current president of Renard Capital, a boutique private-equity company specializing in investments in niche service companies located in the Mid-Atlantic region.
A magna cum laude graduate of King’s College, Jeff earned his MBA in finance from the University of Pittsburgh’s Katz Graduate School of Business.
Kevin is not only a strong advocate for quality in education, but also a savvy and smart business owner.
As the president of Source4Teachers, Kevin oversees the day-to-day operations and is responsible for the company’s overall leadership and strategic direction including district sales, financial planning, business development, and growth initiatives.
Under Kevin’s guidance, Source4Teachers' and MissionOne's client list has grown to more than 1,150 schools, with nearly 6,500 active employees available to their roster of clients, allowing the companies to be among New Jersey’s Fastest Growing Companies.
An experienced sales professional, Kevin was the top sales executive for six consecutive years with Fortune 200 companies, ARAMARK and Sodexo Corporations prior to joining Source4Teachers and MissionOne. As a leader in new business development, Kevin earned the Circle of Excellence honor at Aramark and the Inner Circle honor while with Sodexo.
Kevin holds current board positions on the Camden City Public Schools Education Foundation, Cherry Hill Public Schools Education Foundation and serves as Co-Chairman for Source4Solutions. Kevin is also a member of the Advisory Board for Liberty Bell Bank.
Kevin is a member of the National School Boards Association, American Association of School Administrators, and New Jersey Association of School Business Officials. In 2012, he was named one of the area’s ‘40 Under 40’ by the Philadelphia Business Journal. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.
Senior Vice President
Andy knows the inner workings of school systems – knowledge that helps Source4Teachers and MissionOne better-serve clients.
Andy serves as senior vice president for Source4Teachers and MissionOne. He joined the company with more than sixteen years of experience directing financial affairs within districts of New Jersey’s public school system.
Andy previously served as school business administrator for Haddonfield Public School District and Gloucester County Special Services School District in Sewell, New Jersey. He also served as chief financial officer of Buhl Electric, Inc. in Sterling, Virginia.
He is a member of the International Association of School Business Officials and the New Jersey Association of School Business Officials and serves on the board for the East Coast Migrant Head Start Project. Andy holds a bachelor’s degree from Elon University in Burlington, North Carolina and a master’s degree in business administration from Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey.
Andrew knows what it takes when it comes to giving clients exactly what they need to succeed.
In his role as vice president, Andrew is responsible for maintaining relationships with Source4Teachers' and MissionOne’s partner districts, as well as overseeing the company’s district managers who handle day-to-day interactions with existing partner districts. Andrew establishes process improvements to better-serve clients and oversees the long-term hiring, placing, and retaining of employees who fill positions lasting more than 20 days.
Previously, Andrew served as business development manager, director of sales, and general manager for McCollister’s Transportation, where he provided leadership for more than 150 people.
Andrew has served as a board member and chairperson for the sponsorship committee for the Temple University Fox School of Business Alumni Association, and also served on Washington Township School District’s business and negotiations committees. He earned a bachelor’s degree in finance and real estate from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.