Invisible Sentinel Inc., a Philadelphia life-sciences company based in the University City Science Center that develops rapid diagnostics for the detection of food-borne pathogens, elected Paul Touhey to its board. He is chief executive officer of Fujirebio Diagnostics.
Children's Scholarship Fund Philadelphia, a privately funded program whose mission is to provide low-income Philadelphia children with access to safe, high-quality tuition-based schools, has named five new members to its board of directors:
Jesse T. Amoroso, director of business development for Amoroso's Baking Co.
Arthur H. Miller, a partner at Blank Rome L.L.P.
Bonnie Greenberg, an educational consultant.
John B. Stine II, assistant office managing partner and tax partner with Grant Thornton L.L.P.
James E. Robinson, senior vice president and chief administrative officer at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals/Methodist Hospital.
HIAS Pennsylvania, a nonprofit group that provides legal and social services for immigrants and refugees, named Linda Harker president. She formerly was vice president and served as co-chair of the development committee for more than 10 years. She is a retired social worker.
The organization also named the following board members:
Emily Breslin, a lawyer in the litigation department and labor and employment practice groups at Flaster/Greenberg.
Russell Paul, a shareholder and lawyer in the securities, consumer protection, and commercial litigation practice groups at Berger & Montague.
Sheri Rosenberg, a lawyer who works at the Cardozo School of Law in New York City as a professor, directing the program in Holocaust and human rights studies and the human rights and genocide clinic.
Henry Yampolsky, a senior associate at Galfand Berger L.L.P., practicing personal injury litigation, employment discrimination, and labor law and workers compensation.
Andrew Taylor, partner in the Norristown office of Weber Gallagher and member of the firm's family law practice group, has been appointed president of the Collegeville Lions Club.
National Conference of CPA Practitioners, a Mineola, N.Y., professional organization, elected Edward P. Caine national president. He is owner of EP Caine & Associates CPA L.L.C., Bryn Mawr and Bala Cynwyd.
Pennsylvania Association of Chamber Professionals, a professional organization, named Bernard Dagenais, president and chief executive officer of the Main Line Chamber of Commerce, to its board.
Michael C. Gross, a partner with Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox L.L.P., an environmental, energy, and land-use law firm in Bala Cynwyd, has been elected to the board of the Delaware Valley Smart Growth Alliance.
Brenda Hustis Gotanda, a partner and co-chair of the sustainability practice at Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox L.L.P., Bala Cynwyd, has been elected to the board of the Delaware Valley Green Building Council.
Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the National Contract Management Association elected the following officers to its executive committee:
Brian J. Connolly, contracting officer for the Federal Protective Service, DHS, Philadelphia, is president.
Theresa Prykowski, contracts and pricing representative for Boeing Co., Ridley Park, is executive vice president.
Jeannine Roso, director of contracts for Sabre System Inc., Warrington, is secretary.
Susan Beal, contract administrator for Sabre Systems Inc., Warrington, is vice president, leadership development.
William Kunigonis, retired senior buyer for Cherokee Information Systems, Philadelphia, is vice president, membership.
Donna Marchese, contracts and pricing administrator for Boeing Co., Ridley Park, is treasurer.
Tammy Edgington, contract compliance manager for Weston Solutions Inc., West Chester, is vice president, certification.
Veronica Kull, retired subcontracting manager for aerospace and military transportation industries, is vice president, programs.
Brian S. Glocial, a lawyer with Blank Rome L.L.C., Philadelphia, is vice president, education.
Ilona Goanos, director of administration for RDA Inc., Doylestown, is vice president, small-business development.
Jeremy Mock, accounts executive for Maxim Government Services, Philadelphia, is vice president, publicity.
Michael W. Kott, contract manager for Service Source Network, Philadelphia, is award and fellows chair.
Delaware Valley Industrial Resource Center, Philadelphia and Hatfield, appointed Lisa McLemore treasurer. McLemore is partner-in-charge of the tax services group of Fesnak & Associates L.L.P., Blue Bell.
Turning Points for Children, a Philadelphia charitable nonprofit resulting from the merger of the Children's Aid Society of Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia Society for Services to Children, named the following board officers, directors and advisory committee members for 2012-13:
James W. Oram Jr., chief executive officer of Forge Business Solutions, Philadelphia, and an Easttown Township supervisor, is president.
Robert Clements, senior associate at Creative Financial Group, Newtown Square, is first vice president.
James Stavros, director of Forensic Resolutions Inc., Philadelphia and Haddonfield, is treasurer.
Thomas B. White, vice president of Asurion, Moorestown, is secretary.
Board members include:
Nicholas DeRose, director of sales and marketing at Pro Computer Service, Marlton.
Laura Hinds, bereavement-care provider for the Philadelphia Medical Examiner's Office.
Carl M. Sacchetti Jr., a certified financial planner practitioner at LPL Financial, Exton.
Richard J. Zack, partner in the white-collar and corporate investigations and commercial litigation practice groups at Pepper Hamilton L.L.P., Philadelphia.
New members of the advisory committee are:
Katherine Angstadt, managing director of CRA Inc., Radnor.
John Fleming, managing member at Fleming Consulting L.L.C., Philadelphia.
Debra Djupman, commercial litigation associate at Reed Smith, Philadelphia.
Scott Isdaner has been appointed to the board of Federation Endowments Corp., which serves as the endowment committee of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. He is managing member of Isdaner & Co., Bala Cynwyd.