Bancroft, a Haddonfield provider of services for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, acquired brain injuries, and other neurological challenges, has appointed Greg Dobbs of the Philadelphia Phillies to its board of trustees.
Sandra A. Jeskie has been named president of the International Technology Law Association, formerly called the Computer Law Association. She is cochairwoman of the Information Technologies and Telecom interdisciplinary practice group at Duane Morris L.L.P., Philadelphia.
The Real Estate Investment Securities Association, a national, nonprofit trade association for professionals that offer and distribute securitized real estate investments, has appointed Michael Weil to the board. Weil is executive vice president of operations at American Realty Capital L.L.C. and chief executive officer of Realty Capital Securities.
Incyte Corp., a Wilmington drug developer, has named Wendy Dixon to its board. She is former chief marketing officer and president, global marketing at Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.
The Bryn Mawr Hospital Foundation has appointed Susan Dillon and Megan Nicoletti to the board of trustees. Dillon is global therapeutic area head, immunology, at Centocor Research and Development Inc., Radnor. Nicoletti is a teacher at Waldron Mercy Academy in Merion.
Stephen H. Frishberg, a shareholder at the law firm of Deeb, Petrakis, Blum & Murphy P.C., Philadelphia, was elected to the board of the Center for Emerging Visual Artists, a nonprofit Philadelphia organization. - Mike Zebe