On the Boards

Frederick Sutherland
Frederick Sutherland
Posted: October 01, 2013

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County, Jamison, which provides one-to-one mentoring programs for children, named Susan Maslow president of the board. She is a partner at Antheil Maslow & MacMinn L.L.P.

   Other elected officers include: Dianne Magee, an attorney at Grim, Biehn & Thatcher, first vice president; Lou Pellegrino, founder/owner of BP Environmental, second vice president; Chris Klein, former move manager at Moving Solutions, secretary; Suzanne Hartshorne, vice president/senior relationship manager, commercial banking, Fulton Bank's Premier Division, treasurer; and Kevin Dolton, assistant vice president/branch manager, First National Bank & Trust of Newtown, immediate past president.

Kimberly A. Lloyd has been elected board chair of the Lincoln University Board of Trustees. She is fund manager, Prestige Affordable Housing Equity Partners L.L.C., a member of the Michaels Organization.

Revitas, Philadelphia, named Phillip Merrick to its board. He is managing partner and founder of Bibury Partners and had been CEO and cofounder of webMethods.

Professional Women's Roundtable, a Philadelphia nonprofit providing networking, leadership, educational, and personal-growth opportunities to female business leaders in the Philadelphia region, elected Leslie Cano treasurer. She is assistant controller at Cozen O'Connor.

Cathryn Coate has been elected vice president of the Philadelphia Chapter of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors. She is a senior vice president at Colliers International, Philadelphia.

The Nature Conservancy, Harrisburg, a nonprofit conservation organization, named Susan Doering and David Schlendorf to its board. Doering is a vice president and director at Philadelphia Insurance Cos. Schlendorf recently retired from his role as president of Alcoa Building & Construction Systems.

Hershey Co., Hershey, appointed Mary Kay Haben to its board. She retired as president, North America, of Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., a subsidiary of Mars Inc.

Robert R. Tabas, chairman of Royal Bancshares of Pennsylvania, has been appointed to the Montgomery County Development Corp. by the county commissioners.

Frederick Sutherland, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Aramark Corp., Philadelphia, has been elected chair of the board of WHYY, the Philadelphia public broadcaster.    

   He serves on the board of Consolidated Edison of New York and is chair of its finance committee. He also is president of the board of trustees of People's Light and Theater.

LIFT-Philadelphia, a nonprofit that works to improve digital literacy and Internet adoption in Philadelphia, named Robert F. Smith to its board. He is vice president of community investment for Comcast's Freedom Region.

Children's Choice, a private Bellmawr social-services agency that contracts with county and state agencies in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware to provide foster care, kinship care, and adoption services, named Christopher E. Cummings to its board. He is a partner in the real estate practice group at Stradley Ronon, Philadelphia.

The American Bar Association Tax Section has elected Stewart M. Weintraub, an attorney at Chamberlain Hrdlicka, as its 2013-14 council director. Prior to entering private practice, Weintraub was chief of tax litigation for the Philadelphia Law Department, where he also served as chief counsel for the mayor's Tax Reform Commission.

Catherine Hanly Mikelson, senior physician liaison at Penn Medicine, has been elected to serve on the 2013-14 board of directors of the American Association of Physician Liaisons.

Rochelle D. Quiggle, an associate with Krasno, Krasno & Onwudinjo, Philadelphia, has been named bylaws chair for the Pennsylvania Federation of Business and Professional Women of Pennsylvania. - Mike Zebe

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