Campbell Soup Co.

, Camden, has elected

William Perez

to its board. He recently was president and chief executive officer of Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., and was chief executive officer at S.C. Johnson & Son Inc. from 1996 to 2004. He now is a director of Johnson & Johnson and has previously served on the boards of Wrigley, Hallmark Cards Inc., Kellogg Co., Nike Inc., May Co., and S.C. Johnson.

Pennsylvania Bio, the Malvern association representing Pennsylvania's biosciences community, has appointed Michael F. Cola, Stephen A. Jannetta, and Kim Taylor to its board. Cola is president, Specialty Pharmaceuticals at Shire P.L.C.

Jannetta is a partner in the Business and Finance Practice at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius L.L.P. and a member of the firm's Life Sciences Interdisciplinary Group.

Taylor is the president of Centocor Ortho Biotech Inc.

David Lane was elected board chair of the nonprofit environmental group PennFuture, Harrisburg, a statewide public interest membership organization. He has been a board member there since 2004. He is president and cofounder of LevLane Advertising Inc., Philadelphia.

Diasome Pharmaceuticals Inc., a venture-backed Conshohocken clinical-stage diabetes-therapeutics biopharmaceutical company, has named Arthur H. Rubenstein and G. Alexander Fleming to its board. Rubenstein is chairman of the company's Scientific Advisory Board and is executive vice president of the University of Pennsylvania for the Health System and the dean of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.

Fleming is president and chief executive officer of Kinexum and cofounder and chairman of Exsulin Corp.

Continental Bank Holdings Inc., Plymouth Meeting, and its wholly owned banking subsidiary, Continental Bank, has appointed Michael A. DiPiano to its board.

DiPiano is a general partner of NewSpring Ventures and the managing partner of NewSpring Capital.

Michael Givler was elected to the board of Citadel, Thorndale, and previously was the chairman of its Supervisory Committee for three years. He is the community-services manager at the County Department of Community Development.

Margaret King was elected to the board of the Association of Independent Information Professionals, an international industry association for the independent information professional. King is president of InfoRich Group Inc.

QR Pharma Inc., a Radnor specialty-pharmaceutical company focused on developing drugs for Alzheimer's disease, has elected Paul Blake, Hal Broderson, and Franz Hefti to its board.

Blake is the chief medical officer and senior vice president of clinical research and development of Aeterna Zentaris Inc.

Broderson is president of Rock Hill Ventures and was a general partner of Hillman Medical Ventures Inc.

Hefti is chief scientific officer of Avid Radiopharmaceuticals Inc. and is an adviser to several biotech companies developing therapeutics for neurological diseases.

Dennis R. Suplee was elected president of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers, a nonprofit organization. He was chairman of Schnader, Harrison, Segal & Lewis L.L.P., Philadelphia.

First Person Arts, a Philadelphia nonprofit organization dedicated to finding and fostering all forms of memoir and documentary art, has elected Linda Dubin Garfield and Pamela Harper to its board. Garfield is a printmaker, mixed-media artist, and founder of ARTsisters. Harper is a principal with the Harper Group, Philadelphia.

EducationWorks Inc., a nonprofit Philadelphia-area educational organization that serves urban children and families, has elected Gary Ledebur chairman of the board of trustees. Ledebur is a psychologist, public-policy consultant, and professor at Temple University, Philadelphia.
- Mike Zebe