Recent appointments or changes to area boards.
NutriSystem Inc., a Horsham provider of weight-management products and services, appointed
Theodore "Ted" J. Leonsis
to its board. Leonsis held a number of executive positions with AOL and serves as vice chairman emeritus. He also is the founder, chairman and majority owner of Lincoln Holdings L.L.C. and is an active investor.
Checkpoint Systems Inc.
, a Thorofare manufacturer of systems for retail tracking, security and merchandising, elected
Robert N. Wildrick
to its board. The appointment expands the number of the board to 10, eight of whom are independent directors. Wildrick is chief executive officer at Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc., Hampstead, Md.
Jacob M. Sitman
was elected to the board of
Developmental Enterprises Corp.
, a Norristown nonprofit provider of vocational and habilitation services for mentally retarded and other developmentally disabled adults. He is an associate in the labor relations and employment law department at Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel, Philadelphia.
Harcum College, Bryn Mawr, named the following to its board of trustees:
is the owner of an interior-design firm in New York.
is vice president of leadership development for Rodale Inc., Emmaus.
, director of alumni affairs at the Perkiomen School, Pennsburg, is an ex-officio member.
retired from a career on the faculty of the Miquon School, Lafayette Hill.
Christophe P. Terlizzi
was named chair of the
Urban Land Institute Philadelphia District Council
, a nonprofit education and research institute. Terlizzi, former executive vice president at RBS Citizens Bank, Philadelphia, succeeds
Kenneth P Balin
, a partner at the Flynn Co., Philadelphia, is first vice chair.
, a senior associate with Langan Engineering & Environmental Services, Elmwood Park, N.J., is second vice chair.
Anne-Marie Niklaus, regional vice president of Madison Apartment Group, L.P., Philadelphia, was named president of the
Delaware Valley Chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management
, an organization for real estate management professionals.
Insurance Marketing and Communications Association
, an international organization of insurance communications professionals, elected
president of its board. He is vice president of marketing communications for Inventure Inc., West Chester.
T. Patrick Hurley Jr.
was appointed to the board of the
Family Firm Institute Inc.
, Boston, a family business adviser organization. He is managing director of MidMarket Capital Advisors L.L.C., Philadelphia.
Dirk M. Simpson
, a member of the trusts and estates, tax and business groups of Kaplin Stewart, Blue Bell, was named to the board of the
, Bryn Mawr.
ACTS Retirement-Life Communities
, West Point, appointed
H. Bruce Detweiler
to its board. He serves as managing director and president of Detweiler, Hershey & Associates P.C., Souderton.
Jewish Family & Children's Service (JFCS) of Greater Philadelphia
, a nonprofit human-services organization, appointed the following officers and members to its board:
, president of Apex Financial Search, is vice chair.
, an associate and senior project manager at Atkin Olshin Schade, is secretary.
, a retired businessman who owned several electronics companies, including AudioSource Inc. and North Carolan Corp., is treasurer.
is a partner in Barrack, Rodos & Bacine, Philadelphia.
is a board member of the Women's Philanthropy of Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia and cochair of the Reach for the Ruby Event.
is chief administrative officer of Albert Einstein Healthcare Network, Philadelphia.
is a state representative from the Broad Axe section of Whitpain Township.
is an attorney at the Education Law Center.
is an associate in the Philadelphia office of Margolis Edelstein.