October 27, 2015
Madison Apartment Group L.P., the Philadelphia multifamily operating arm of Equus Capital Partners Ltd., named Terri Sherrod national marketing director. She had been marketing and branding director for Post Properties. Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Philadelphia hired Drew Angus as director of spiritual outreach. Angus served as the eastern regional leader of the Christian Reformed Church of North America. Partner Mark G. McCreary was named the first chief privacy officer of Philadelphia law firm Fox Rothschild L.L.P.
July 28, 2015
The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia , has elected Jane Palmieri and Chris McIsaac to its board of trustees to serve three-year terms. Palmieri is business president of Dow Building & Construction at the Dow Chemical Co. McIsaac is managing director of planning and development at Vanguard. The Alzheimer's Association Delaware Valley Chapter in Philadelphia has named Cathy Rossi , vice president of public and government affairs at the AAA Mid-Atlantic, to its board. Ballard Spahr partner and former DuPont general counsel Tom Sager has been named to the advisory board of DirectWomen.
May 30, 2015 |
Crozer-Keystone Health System and Temple University Health System sharply narrowed their operating losses in the nine-month period ending March 31, according to financial reports released this week. The progress is significant because both systems serve large populations of poor people and get a substantial portion of their revenue from Medicaid, which does not pay enough to cover the cost of many medical procedures. Both systems, to different degrees, are trying to offset the basic Medicaid business with more complicated surgeries that bring in higher payments from insurers.
April 10, 2015 |
JUSTIN GIANI had a head for figures. But along with his proficiency with numbers, Justin was a friendly, cheerful colleague with a contagious smile who charmed everyone who came in contact with him. Justin was the chief financial officer of Breaking Glass Pictures, a Philadelphia-based film distribution company. "Justin was more than an employee," the company said in a statement. "He was a master of numbers, a ball of energy, an even-keeled ray of light that brought smiles to all he crossed paths with, no matter the situation.