On the Boards

Theodore A. Rosen
Theodore A. Rosen
Posted: October 15, 2013

Children's Scholarship Fund Philadelphia, a privately funded program that provides low-income Philadelphia families with financial access to high-quality, safe, K-8 tuition-based schools, named Michael F. Gerber and Jerry M. Lehocky to its board.

   Gerber is senior vice president at Franklin Square Capital Partners and a former Pennsylvania state representative. Lehocky is a partner at Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano.

Philadelphia Works, a government-funded workforce-development organization, said the following board members have been appointed by Mayor Nutter: Jim Gillece, chief people officer and senior vice president of AlliedBarton Security Services; Margaret Jones, executive vice president and chief administrative officer of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; Gabriel Mandujano, founder and owner of Wash Cycle Laundry; Peter Tubolino, Mid-Atlantic area manager for Siemens Building Technologies, and Bud Tyler, vice president of new business development for the EF Precision Group.

Sustainable Energy Fund, an Allentown nonprofit that assists energy users in overcoming educational, financial and regulatory barriers to a sustainable energy future, elected Robert S. Thomson and Bernard Zavatone to its board. Thomson is regional manager, Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Zavatone is general manager, Pneumatic Transportation Department, at FLSmidth Co.

 

Einstein Healthcare Network, Philadelphia, announced these appointments for 2013-2014:

   Steven Berk was elected to a second term as chairman of Einstein Healthcare Network's board of trustees and its board of overseers. He is a partner in the law firm Segal, Berk, Gaines & Liss in Philadelphia.

   Bruce W. Koch was elected to a second term as chairman of Einstein Healthcare Services. He is chief financial officer of the Starr Restaurant Organization.

   Clifford D. Schlesinger was elected to a second term as chairman of the Einstein Physician Services board of trustees. He is a managing director in the strategic wealth advisory team of Goldman Sachs.

   Lewis I. Gantman was elected to his first term as chairman of the board of trustees of Einstein Medical Center Montgomery. He is executive vice president of Beverage Distribution Center, Inc.

   The following new members were elected to Einstein Healthcare Network's board of overseers:

   Linda Bloom, an active member of Einstein's auxiliary who has served as vice president and executive vice president; Janis W. Rubin, a family physician who has practiced at Conshohocken Family Practice for 23 years; Anthony R. Sherr, a partner with the commercial litigation law firm Mayers, Mennies & Sherr L.L.P.; Gregory H. Stein, a CPA, certified financial planner, and director of wealth management for the Philadelphia region at McGladrey Wealth Management L.L.C., a subsidiary of McGladrey L.L.P., and Luther E. Weaver 3d, president and founder of the law firm Weaver & Associates P.C.

Harcum College, Bryn Mawr, named Theodore A. Rosen chairman of the board of trustees. Rosen is the president of Expert Business Development, based in Bala Cynwyd.

   Other board officers include vice chairs Thomas Giamoni, vice president at Bryn Mawr Trust Co., and Michael J. Buongiorno, executive vice president and chief financial officer at Main Line Health. Denis C. Boyle, a retired Arco Chemical Co. executive, has been named treasurer. Louise Strauss, formerly a teacher at the Miquon School, has been named secretary.

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.

   

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