"My goal is to live, to love, and to leave a legacy not by word alone but by deed. Character is doing the right thing even if no one is looking. "From their fruits you will know them." When you do what is right, others will take marked notice and trust grows. I always remember that the only constant is change however as we are currently witnessing today, change for change sake, is not always a good thing. Integrity is foremost, or we simply don't do business as our good name is all we have."
Walter has had a multi-faceted career in Sales and Customer Relationship Management, always with the goal of enhancing and maintaining long term relationships. He worked across areas of Project Management & Implementation ensuring every detail was considered, critical paths documented, and analyzed while always entertaining options not considered the norm.
Walter has had roles as Project Manager, Director of Sales, Contract Negotiator, Certified Covey Leadership Facilitator and received recognition statewide for providing growth to a new organization by well over 11,000 percent.
As Founder, Membership Director, and Chief Organizing Officer for HWIP Walter has directed successful medical and humanitarian relief efforts for Katrina, Bosnia, Croatia, Haiti, Peru, Ecuador and Venezuela (HWIP has shipped over $13.5 million in supplies to mission areas).
Walter has received approval and acknowledgment by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia for HWIP’s humanitarian accomplishments and is a recipient of the Legion of Honor humanitarian award for selfless service from the Chapel of Four Chaplin's (in Valley Forge, PA).
Walter has also energized and guided a new council in its embryonic stage to a thriving impactful local fraternal organization, the Knights of Columbus. Walter is a past Grand Knight and former District Deputy.
Eric Miller has his B.A. in Business Management and Marketing, with a minor in Spanish from LaSalle University (Class of 2006) and is currently a Branch Manager for Enterprise Holdings, Inc. Eric has been our Mission Project Director for our missions in Bosnia and Peru. Eric is an Eagle Scout. Eric is a past Grand Knight in the Knights of Columbus, and currently serves as a very successful District Deputy. Eric has received the Chapel of Four Chaplains Legion of Honor award for selfless service.
Terry is the former President/COO of Nelson Professional Sales (now known as Publicis Selling Solutions), and started his career in pharmaceutical sales in 1976 with Johnson & Johnson's Ortho Pharmaceuticals Division. While at J&J's McNeil, he was on the management team that orchestrated the recovery of the Tylenol brand after the tampering incident. He later joined the American Home Products team that launched Advil in the U.S. Terry is currently the President and CEO of Prevention Pharmaceuticals Inc., a growing consumer healthcare products company with offices in New Haven, CT, and Doylestown, PA.
Terry has extensive Board experience with other organizations that will aid in his strategic contributions in support of HWIP. He was previously a member of the Board of Directors of Quigley Corporation (Nasdaq: QGLY); and currently a member of the Board of Directors at BioVid. In addition, Tormey was elected to the Board of Directors of the Foundation for Ichthyosis & Related Skin Types, Inc., (F.I.R.S.T.) a non-profit organization supporting research in a variety of rare skin disorders.
Dr. Pascarella has been associated with His Work in Progress since its inception in 2000. It was during the first trip to Bosnia that the doctor experienced firsthand the scope of the enormous difficulties facing that country. Dr. Pascarella has supported His Work in Progress over the years in numerous activities and functions. Dr. Pascarella is an Optometric Physician certified in the diagnosis and therapeutic management of eye disease. He has been in practice for over 17 years in Bucks County, PA providing comprehensive eye care and expert contact lens fitting. Dr. Pascarella specializes in fitting contact lenses on the most challenging conditions of the eye. Patients with irregular astigmatism, keratoconus, dry eyes, refractive and strabismic amblyopia, and presbyopia (difficulty seeing up close), have benefited from his years of experience.
After attending Villanova University for his undergraduate studies, Dr. Pascarella went onto the Pennsylvania College of Optometry (now Salus University) where he received honors for his low vision, private practice, and contact lens rotations. Early in his career he acted as a consultant to the Prevention of Blindness Council and External Education Dept. for the College of Optometry in Philadelphia, PA. He currently is an adjunct faculty member of the New England College of Optometry, in addition to, Salus University and participates in their externship programs. Dr. Pascarella actively participates in teaching workshops for students of optometry regarding contact lens fitting techniques. Dr. Pascarella is a member of the American Optometric Association, as well as, the Pennsylvania Optometric Association. He is also part of the Contact Lens and Cornea Section of the American Optometric Association. Dr. Pascarella has been asked to participate in nationally recognized peer discussion groups, as well as, clinical research studies and contact lens practice management lectures. He contributed to an instructional video series to help other doctors learn how to utilize bifocal lens designs.
Dr. Pascarella is often referred to by other eye care professionals for his expertise in hard to fit complicated fitting situations. He welcomes patients from a growing network of practices and enjoys working with other doctors who have specialties in other areas. When Dr. Pascarella is not in the office he enjoys watching and coaching soccer, kayaking, hiking and playing golf. He and his wife live in Richboro, PA with their three children. Dr. Pascarella has a long and outstanding working relationship with HWIP and we welcome him to our management team.