On the Boards

Corey B. Coldman
Corey B. Coldman
Posted: January 29, 2013

Big Brothers Big Sisters Southeastern Pennsylvania has elected the following members to its board: Corey B. Coleman, director of government and corporate relations at AmeriHealth Mercy; Michael G. Moyer, senior vice president of business development at Land Services USA Inc.; Paul D. Ridder, president of Tasty Baking Co.; Philip I. Weinberg, executive vice president and general counsel at Comcast Spectacor L.P.; and Vicky Will, vice president, environmental services-power, at Exelon Generation.

Jeffrey M. Cornelius has been elected to the board of trustees of the Mendelssohn Club ofPhiladelphia, a performing-arts nonprofit. Cornelius served as a member of Temple University's music faculty from 1972 until his retirement in 2012, and as dean of Temple's Boyer College of Music from 1993 to 2001.

Greater Philadelphia Senior Executive Group, a nonprofit professional association of senior-level executives, elected the following directors to its board: Eric David, president of Team David Associates; Steve Smolinsky, president of Benari Ltd. and project faculty and region manager, Africa and Latin America, Wharton Global Consulting Practicum of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania; Ann McNally, managing principal of ACM Advisors L.L.C., and Wade Roberts, founder of Lonesome Pine Partners.

Visit Bucks County, the county's official tourism promotion agency, has elected Pam Carroll and Molly Lowell to its board. Carroll is marketing director at Pearl S. Buck International. Lowell is executive vice president of operations and communications for the Bucks County Historical Society.

      Alice Paul Institute, a nonprofit Mount Laurel organization that educates the public about New Jersey suffragist Alice Stokes Paul, has elected the following to its board: Cynthia A. Allen, chief information officer at ParenteBeard L.L.C. of Philadelphia; Linda Coppinger, executive director, South Jersey, at the Alzheimer's Association Delaware Chapter; Brenda G. Dennis, senior director of global strategy and market development at Cisco Systems Inc., San Jose, Calif., and Debra Hilpl, former president of Interstate Outdoor Advertising

Maulin Vidwans, a partner in the real estate and finance practice groups of White & Williams, Philadelphia, has been elected chair of its Business Department.

Barra Foundation, a nonprofit that funds historical research, has appointed Kristina L. Wahl president. She has served as a program officer at the Pew Charitable Trusts and as managing director of marketing and development at Transitional Work Corp.

Delaware Valley Science Fairs, a nonprofit founded in 1949 that works to stimulate student interest in science, engineering and technology among middle and high school students in the region, has elected the following board members: Wayne Bond Lau, assistant professor of emergency medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia; Paul Martino, chief executive officer and founder of Aggregate Knowledge, and Felicia Ladin, vice president, financial planning and analysis, for the U.S. branded business of Teva Pharmaceuticals.

Attorney Darren H. Goldstein has been elected to serve on the executive committee of Flaster/Greenberg, Cherry Hill. Goldstein is a member of the firm's litigation department.

Pennoni Associates, a Philadelphia engineering, design and consulting firm, has named Judith Nitsch to its board. Nitsch is the founding principal of Nitsch Engineering.


Camden Catholic High School, a coeducational college-preparatory and boarding school in Cherry Hill, has named James O'Donnell to its board of trustees. O'Donnell, a 1976 graduate of the school, is principal of the O'Donnell Group, a commercial real estate services firm in Moorestown.

Mark S. Cappuccio has been nominated to the Judiciary Committee of the Montgomery Bar Association. Cappuccio is a shareholder in the land use and zoning, litigation, real estate and tax assessment appeals practice groups at Eastburn and Gray P.C., Blue Bell.

The  Montgomery County commissioners   have appointed Moon Y. Ahn to the board of trustees of Montgomery County Community College, Blue Bell and Pottstown. Ahn is an attorney in private practice and serves as general counsel for Hisoosen Inc. and Hyundai Rotem USA Corp.

World Trade CenterofGreater Philadelphia, which offers export-development services and overseas-networking opportunities to local small and medium-size businesses, has elected the following members to its board: Julie Mostov, vice provost for global initiatives at Drexel University; Herman J. Saatkamp Jr., president of Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, and Joseph J. Scalio, a tax partner at KPMG L.L.P. Gary Biehn, a partner at White & Williams L.L.P., has been elected vice chairman, and Martin Belisario, a partner at Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel L.L.P., has been elected secretary. Anthony Bartolomeo, president, Pennoni Associates, was reappointed to serve as chairman.

 Irving Smokler, president and founder of the NephCure Foundation, a Berwyn nonprofit organization seeking a cause and cure for kidney disease, has been appointed to the scientific advisory council of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.

Benjamin F. Johns, an associate at Chimicles & Tikellis L.L.P., has been elected to the board of the Dickinson Schoolof Law Alumni Society.

- Mike Zebe

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