Einstein Healthcare Network, a health-care provider in the Philadelphia region, announced new board appointments for fiscal year 2013.
Steven Berk was elected chairman of the board of trustees, the governing body of the organization, and Einstein Healthcare Network's board of overseers, which serves in an advisory and fund-raising capacity. Berk is a partner with the law firm Segal, Berk, Gaines & Liss in Philadelphia.
Bruce W. Koch was elected chairman of the board of trustees of Einstein Healthcare Services. Koch is the chief financial officer of the Starr Restaurant Organization.
Clifford D. Schlesinger was elected chairman of Einstein Physician Services' board of trustees. He is a managing director in the strategic wealth advisory team of Goldman Sachs.
The Timothy School, a Berwyn school for people age 5 to 21 who are diagnosed with autism, named the following members to its board:
Mary Diamond, director of finance at VWR International.
Sarah Williams, vice president and trust advisor at PNC Wealth Management.
Randy Steen, a lawyer with the law office of Randy Hope Steen.
Ballard Spahr litigation associate Keith B. Joseph was elected to a one-year term as vice chair of the board of the Equality Forum, a Philadelphia nonprofit group that works to advance lesbian, bisexual, and transgender civil rights through education.
Vivian Rapposelli, cabinet secretary of the Delaware Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families, was named secretary of the Delaware Community Foundation board. The foundation manages charitable funds and distributes income from the funds as grants to humanitarian, educational, health and cultural entities throughout Delaware.
North Penn Community Health Foundation, a Colmar nonprofit, elected the following officers:
Russell Hensel, chief operating officer of Stubbs & Hensel Pharma Consulting L.L.C., as chair
Nancy Alba Dunleavey, chair of the Gwynedd-Mercy College board of trustees, as vice chair.
Kenneth Amey, an independent land planner and principal of Kenneth Amey Consultant, as treasurer
Alfredo de la Peña, chief operating officer of 1260 Housing Development Corp. and executive director of Columbus Property Management, as secretary.
Philadelphia Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a nonprofit health-advocacy organization, appointed Harris T. Bock to its board. He is director of the Dispute Resolution Institute in Philadelphia.
First Hospital Foundation, a Philadelphia group that supports nonprofit organizations whose programs address the health needs of the most vulnerable and underserved populations, elected the following officers and directors at its annual meeting:
Julia R. Dutton, former founding executive director of the Stoneleigh Foundation and former chief financial officer of the Philadelphia Foundation, is chair.
Keith Kasper, senior vice president and chief financial officer for the University of Pennsylvania Health System and former chief financial officer of Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia, is treasurer.
Jane G. Pepper, past president of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and former trustee of the board of managers at Pennsylvania Hospital, is vice chair.
Suzanne Sheehan Becker, a former trustee of the board of managers at Pennsylvania Hospital, is secretary.
Pamela A. Strisofsky and David J. Williams were named to the board. Strisofsky is managing director and chief financial officer of TL Ventures. Williams is chief executive officer of QualDent.
- Mike Zebe