Steering Committee

Steering Committee members are chosen from the chairs and co-chairs of each functional committee within PSGMC, which relies on the talents of our members to provide training, counsel and support for one another while in transition.

By volunteering for one of the committees – a requirement for full membership in PSGMC  – members have the opportunity to keep their existing skills sharp or broaden their expertise by pursuing a new area of interest.

Co-Chair, New Business Development
Chip Del Coro

Chip is a senior sales executive using his key account management expertise to develop partnerships with local businesses. A volunteer firefighter, avid sailor and cross-country skier, Chip derives personal satisfaction from his work as an instructor to help job seekers in transition.

New Business Development and Marketing
Joseph V. Egan

Joe is a founding member of the Steering Committee, Joe’s goal is to help the unemployed, especially those in transition for the first time, re-enter the workplace. 


Mark Muschko

Mark manages the speaker program and special events for PSGMC as a member of the Marketing Committee. A founding member of the Steering Committee, Mark is a computer scientist who has worked as product, offer and  lifecycle manager. In addition to building relationships with fellow professionals, Mark enjoys saltwater fishing. 

Chair, IT
Peter Katzenbach

Peter is a founding member of the Steering Committee and brings his skills in computer communications to PSGMC as co-chair of the IT Committee. Peter shares his knowledge with others as he continues to stay abreast of today’s technology. 

Co-Chair, IT
Paul Sicardo

Paul applies his broad skills, including business analysis and documentation, as a founding member of the Steering Committee. He enjoys working with others to come up with low cost solutions to ensure the organization’s sustainability and is Co-Chair of the IT Committee. 

Jack Radigan

Jack Radigan is leading the development and implementation of as Webmaster and is a member of the IT and Steering Committees. Jack likes to tackle hard re-engineering projects and takes pride in developing solutions that lower cost, improve reliability and can be implemented on-time with minimal disruption.