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Source4Teachers Winner  //  Business of the Year  //  101+ Employees

Kevin Bush
#01 Ian Marlow, Fitech Consultants, Managing Partner #02 Andrew Scott, AFScott, LLC, President and CEO #03 Zohar Shinar, Altus, PCB, President #04 Jeffrey Barnhart, Creative Marketing Alliance, President and CEO #05 Daryl H. Bryant, Hudson Horizons, Inc., President and CEO #06 Caryn Kopp, Kopp Consulting, LLC, Chief Door Opener #07 Jaime Raskulinecz, Next Generation Trust Services, CEO #08 Sam Thevanayagam, Parts Life, Inc., President and CEO #09 Thomas Sykes, SOSH Architects, Partner #10 Susan Marie Molosh, Compensation Solutions, President #11 Ashok Krish, Kaizen Technologies Inc., President #12 Joseph Parisi Jr., Otterstedt Insurance Agency, Chairman and CEO #13 Bob White, TYRX Inc., President and CEO #14 Kevin Bush, Source4Teachers, President #15 Dr. Marc Grodman, BioReference Laboratories Inc., Chairman, President and CEO #16 Dennis Doll, Middlesex Water Company, President and CEO #16 Janet Burpee, Burpee Materials Technology LLC, CEO #17 Michael Kempner, MWW, Founder, President and CEO #17 David Gockel, Langan Engineering & Environmental Services, President and CEO #18 Frank Papa, Newark Recycled Paperboard Solutions, President and CEO #18 Edward Deutsch, McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter LLP, Managing Partner #20 Phillip Cooper, Cooper Pest Solutions, CEO #21 Dr. Robert Glassberg, Atlantic Medical Imaging, President and CEO #22 Thomas Kemly, Columbia Bank, President and CEP #23 Michael Kelly, McCarter & English, Chairman #24 Chris Miles, Miles Technologies, CEO #25 Anthony Sartor, Paulus, Sokolowski & Sartor, Chairman and CEO #26 Liz Miller, Summit Place Financial Advisors, LLC, President #28 Anthony Slimowicz, Warren Professional Services LLC, CEO #29 Larry Bailin, Single Throw Internet Marketing, Founder and CEO #30 Jay Gould, American Standard Brands, President and CEO #31 Luke Iorio, Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching, President and CEO #32 Jeffrey Smith, Evonik Industries, Vice President and General Manager, Americas #33 Frank Sorrentino III, ConnectOne Bank, Chairman and CEO #34 Poyee Tai, Tronex International Inc., Executive Vice President and Chief Business Development Officer


If school districts are your customers, you better do your homework.

Schools today face intense pressure to tamp down spending while ensuring a high-quality education for their students. It's a challenging test, made easier by Source4Teachers, which has studied its market well. The company works with school districts to find and manage substitute teachers. Founded in South Jersey, it has expanded throughout the Garden State and into Pennsylvania. The company fills more than 3,500 daily and long-term vacancies every day.

The company is staffed with expert professionals in human resources, information technology, finance and client services. They help school districts cut both costs and red tape. Source4Teachers, for example, has systems in place to manage the strict reporting requirements of the Affordable Care Act. Schools must keep closer track of the hours worked by substitutes, in case they become eligible for health insurance.

The firm's knowledge of education is not based solely on textbooks. Its leaders include former school board members, business administrators and superintendents, making them sensitive to the bigger picture facing their clients. After Superstorm Sandy, for example, Source4Teachers let substitutes know where to go—and where not to go, in cases where schools remained closed or openings were delayed.

Building on its success, Source4Teachers created a subsidiary in 2009, MissionOne, which fills permanent positions for noninstructional staff and support personnel.

While its main business is finding teachers and helping schools, Source4Teachers also has an eye out for students.

Recently, company employees contributed to a backpack drive sponsored by Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center to benefit students in Camden city schools. Over the summer, meanwhile, company officials helped raise more than $50,000 to fund scholarships for promising Camden students.

And in the spring, a team of 70 employees took part in the annual Kidsbridge Walk2Stop Bullying, which was co-sponsored by Source4Teachers.

Year Founded: 2000

No. of Employees: 7,500

Annual Revenue: $85 million

Products/Services: Educational management solutions.

Mission/Value Statement: "We recruit, train and manage qualified substitute personnel to help school districts refocus their resources, time and capital so they can concentrate on their core objective: providing quality education for students."


Kevin Bush
Cherry Hill, Camden County

Business of the Year, 101+ Employees

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