Duane Morris L.L.P. intellectual-property lawyer Christiane Schuman Campbell has been elected chair-elect of the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Intellectual Property Section. Campbell will continue her role as chair of the section's trademark subcommittee.
Radnor Conservancy, a nonprofit conservation group, elected Steve Paolantonio president. He is president of Legend Management Services L.L.C., Plymouth Meeting.
Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association, a statewide organization for physicians holding the doctor of osteopathic medicine degree, elected the following officers: Christopher D. Olson, a family physician at Family Practice Center P.C. in Shamokin, is president; Robert S. Dolansky Jr., director of osteopathic medical education for St. Luke's University Health Network and director of medical education at St. Luke's Hospital-Allentown Campus, is president-elect; Michael J. Zawisza, medical director of Covenant Home Health Care and Hospice in Pottsville, is vice president; William A. Wewer, a partner of Family Practice Center P.C. and staff member at PinnacleHealth System in Harrisburg, is treasurer and secretary.
Stradley Ronon associate Antranig Garibian has been elected to the Council of the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of North America.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Southeastern Pa., a Philadelphia, a volunteer-supported youth-mentoring organization, has selected the following board members for a three-year term: Kimya S.P. Johnson, an associate at Cozen O'Connor; Robert D. Kane Jr., eastern Pennsylvania regional president for First Niagara Financial Group Inc.; Kenneth E. Lawrence, senior vice president for government, community and public affairs at Temple University; Kelly Lyman, vice president of information technology at Peco Energy Co., and David Neff, president and chief brand strategist of Neff Associates.
Singing City, a regional choir, elected Peter J. Boyer president of its board. He is a lawyer at Hyland Levin, Marlton.
John R. Washlick has been elected to the board of directors and named chair of the Health Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association. Washlick is a shareholder at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney P.C., Philadelphia.
Philabundance, the nonprofit Philadelphia hunger-relief organization, elected the following to its board: John Shultz, executive vice president of sales and marketing at Health Market Science; Karyn S.W. Polak, chief counsel of Asset Management Group, PNC Financial Services Group, and Krista Lawrence, a senior professional-development trainer at Merck.
Nikitas Moustakas has been sworn in as a trustee of the Burlington County Bar Association. He is a shareholder at Capehart Scatchard, Mount Laurel.
CSS Industries Inc., a Philadelphia designer and maker of seasonal products such as decorative ribbons and Halloween masks, has elected Elam M. Hitchner 3d to its board. He is a former director of Destination Maternity Corp. and eResearch Technology Inc.
Alan W. Flenner has been elected chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Municipal Law Section. He is a lawyer at High Swartz L.L.P., Norristown
Pennsylvania BIO, a statewide trade association that promotes the biotech industry, elected Robert Bazemore Jr. chair-elect. He is president of Janssen Biotech Inc.
The following board members were named: Jim Datin, executive vice president and managing director of Safeguard Scientifics Inc.; Polly Murphy, vice resident, worldwide business development in the Specialty Care Business Unit at Pfizer; Kate Shay, a partner at Duane Morris L.L.P.; Ron Spair, chief operating officer and chief financial officer of OraSure Technologies Inc., and Alan West, president and CEO of Carmell Therapeutics.
Maulin Vidwans, chair of the business department and a partner in the real estate and finance groups of White and Williams L.L.P., was elected to the board of directors of the Committee of Seventy, a nonpartisan organization advocating clean and effective government, fair elections, and a better-informed citizenry in the Philadelphia region.
Hannah Kaufman has been elected president of Retired Executives and Professionals. Kaufman retired as a computer programmer at Princeton University's Office of Information Technology.
- Mike Zebe