The Livengrin Foundation, Bensalem, elected the following board members: Joseph Jingoli Jr., chief executive officer of Joseph Jingoli & Sons Inc.; Bruce Murray, retired vice president of distribution for Teva Pharmaceuticals; Pamela Janvey, retired accounting supervisor for the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission; Edward J. Haaz, president/chief operating officer of Corporate Health Solutions Inc.; and Michael Chapman, board chairman and chief operating officer of Chapman Auto.

The Museum of the American Revolution, Philadelphia, elected the following to its board: Lewis Katz, director of the Katz Foundation and a managing partner of Interstate General Media, which owns The Inquirer, the Philadelphia Daily News, and Philly.com; and Bennett P. Lomax, president and CEO of the Lomax Cos.

The Abraham Lincoln Foundation of the Union League of Philadelphia, the group that preserves and develops the collections of the Union League and uses them to educate the community, has appointed the following to its board of trustees:

   Hugh Boyle, president and executive director of the Grand Army of the Republic Civil War Museum and Library.

Joan Carter, cofounder and president of UM Holdings Ltd.

Robert D. Hicks, director of the Mutter Museum/Historical Library.

   Randall Miller, history professor at St. Joseph's University.

Michael Schwartz, president of DelVal Business Finance Corp.

John Seitter, special adviser of the Seminary Ridge Museum/project manager of PA Civil War 150.

Jon Sirlin, attorney with Sirlin, Lesser & Benson P.C.

The Delaware Valley Green Building Council elected the following officers and board members:

   Kristen Suzda, project architect at Atkin Olshin Schade Architects.

Brad A. Molotsky, executive vice president and general counsel at Brandywine Realty Trust.

Matt Dugan, president of DVL Automation.

Joseph Kessler, a partner at Dilworth Paxson and partner of Dilworth Paxson Corporate & Real Estate Group.

Pat Bolger, senior project executive at Turner Construction.

Scott Kelly, principal-in-charge at Re:Vision Architecture.

Laurie Actman, interim director of the Energy Efficient Buildings Hub.

Jon Jensen, a technical consultant at MaGrann Associates.

Nuron Biotech Inc., an Exton vaccines and specialty-biologics company, elected Warren D. Coope to its board in addition to the operational roles of interim president and chief executive officer. He most recently was CEO of Prism Pharmaceuticals.

Michael D. Colgan, executive director and chief executive officer with the Pennsylvania Institute of the Certified Public Accountants, was elected to a three-year term on the board of directors of the Certified Public Accountants Society Executives Association.

Joel L. Frank has been named chairman of the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission and chair of the Chester County Chamber of Business & Industry. Frank is managing partner and executive committee chairman of Lamb McErlane P.C. in West Chester.

Andy Pritikin, owner, director, and founder of Liberty Lake Day Camp in Bordentown and cofounder of Everwood Day Camp in Sharon, Mass., has been named president of the American Camp Association, New York and New Jersey.

Devereux, a Villanova behavioral health-care nonprofit, appointed the following members to its national board of trustees: Edwin Boynton, partner at Stradley Ronon; John Lowery, CEO of Design At Work Creative Services; and John Gustafsson of Staten Island.

- Mike Zebe