Our Team

The vision of our founders, which has benefited the community for over 110 years, continues to guide us as we work to fulfill our mission to provide compassionate care, intervention and education to support people during challenging times in their lives.

Anna M. Burian, PT, FACHE - Interim CEO


Anna Burian has over thirty-five years of experience in healthcare, spanning clinical, management and executive roles.

Most recently, Anna held the position of vice president of Ambulatory & Community Health at Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, an affiliate of RWJBarnabas Health. In this role, Anna provided executive oversight for multiple outpatient clinical services, an offsite joint venture imaging center, as well as the hospital’s information technology, community health and the diversity/inclusion programs.

Her executive skills span the full scope of healthcare operations, including but not limited to, human resource management, quality/standards, regulatory compliance, financial management, and business planning.

As the hospital’s leader of community engagement, Anna spearheaded several collaborative efforts with local community stakeholders. Her most recent achievements included creating and facilitating a successful hospital community advisory board and leading the hospital’s initiative to open and operate a COVID-19 vaccination center in partnership with Monmouth County and Brookdale Community College.

Anna has a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy and a Masters of Healthcare Administration. She is board certified in healthcare administration through the American College of Healthcare Executives.

She has served on nonprofit boards of Family & Children’s Service (most recently as Treasurer), and the Greater Ocean Township Chamber of Commerce. She is a current board member with Ronald McDonald House, Central and Northern NJ.

Originally from Orlando, Florida, Anna has lived in Monmouth County for over three decades. She currently resides in Atlantic Highlands and has two adult children, Robert and Julie.

2021 FCS Board of Directors

Tiffany Senft - Board Chairwoman

Carrie Page - Vice Chairwoman & Treasurer
Richard J. Angelo, Esq. - Secretary
Clay Kingsbury - Assistant Treasurer

Tony Frigoletto
Bryan Gold
Daphne Halpern, FAHP, CFRE
Pat Keating, RN
Timika L. Muhammad
Debbie O’Donohughe
Thayer Potter
Dena Reger
Madonna Goss Robinson
Paul Stach
Deborah Zilai

Lee Weber, Board President Emerita

Arlene Lispinosa, Navarumsunk Auxiliary President

Tiffany Senft - Chairwoman, Board of Directors

Tiffany Senft is the Chairwoman of the Family & Children’s Service (FCS) Board of Directors for 2021-2022. She succeeded Deborah Zilai, who completed her three-year term in December 2020. Since joining the FCS Board in 2017, Tiffany has held a number of leadership positions, including Vice-Chairwoman of the Board for 2020, as well as fundraising positions, such as Gala Co-Chair, Silent and Live Auction Co-Chair and Gala Live Auction Auctioneer.

Tiffany brings more than 25 years of advertising experience to FCS. She has worked at a number of national and global ad agencies, including Wieden + Kennedy in Portland, Oregon, Goodby Silverstein and Partners in San Francisco and Deutsch Advertising in both Los Angeles and New York City. Tiffany is a former co-owner/partner of Tonefarmer (2002-2017), a certified women-owned, nationally-acclaimed commercial music production company in New York City. Tonefarmer’s client list included; Subway, Google, Nike, ESPN, Land Rover, BMW, Weight Watchers, Ford, Audi, Sonic Drive-in, Loctite, Dos Equis and many more. Tonefarmer’s awarded-winning commercials have been featured during the Super Bowl, the World Series, the Oscars and other high profile events. The firm is also recognized for creating Subway’s “Five Dollar Foot Long” song.

While Tiffany prepares to launch the next chapter in her professional career, she resides in Fair Haven with her husband, Dr. Carl Senft, an ophthalmologist in Red Bank, her children, Greta and George and the family’s two spirited dogs, Lively and Violet. The Senfts enjoy hiking, swimming and skiing at their lake house in the Sullivan Catskills as often as possible.

“It is an honor to be chosen as Chairwoman of the Board of Directors for FCS, Monmouth County’s oldest non-profit service agency. I’m proud to add my name to the long list of esteemed Chairs who have served this community over the last century. I look forward with great anticipation to working with CEO Colleen Verriest, who has built a brilliant and dedicated team that never falters in keeping FCS on mission. It’s truly my privilege to help address the needs of the community during the most challenging
times of their lives.”


Navarumsunk Auxiliary

In December of 1956, Olivia Dutcher, a longtime FCS Board member, invited a group of women to her home to discuss the formation of a Rumson-Fair Haven auxiliary to support the mission of the agency. The informal get-together on a chilly winter day in March 1957 evolved into The Navarumsunk Auxiliary. The group took its name from the Native American tribe that once inhabited the island. Since then, this group of active community volunteers has helped raise thousands of dollars and much-needed awareness of Family & Children’s Service programs and services.


The Auxiliary hosts several fundraisers throughout the year to support the agency. Its premier event, the Spring Luncheon and Fashion Show, now in its 61st year, will take place Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at Branches in West Long Branch.

In the fall, Auxiliary holds its annual Navarumsunk Bridge Benefit, a duplicate bridge tournament and luncheon where Master Points are awarded. The tournament raises more than $5,000 for FCS programs and services annually.