The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, the nation's oldest natural-history museum, named the following members to its governing board: Robert Drury, a partner at Laurel Capital Partners, a Radnor-based private-equity firm; Ellen Harvey, managing director at Miller Investment Management and principal at Lindsay Criswell L.L.C., and Jun Huangpu, owner of Cobbs Creek Healthcare and with Healogix.

Dawn Bricker has been installed as the 2014 governor of the New Jersey Women's Council of Realtors, a national professional-development organization. She is a broker associate at Century 21 Reilly.

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Kimberly Alford Rice was named to the international Legal Marketing Association Metro Philadelphia Chapter board as a member-at-large and membership committee co-chair. She is principal and chief strategist at KLA Marketing Associates, Cherry Hill.

Historic Philadelphia Inc. elected Carol Tamburino to its board. She is president of C.T. & Associates Development.

Helen Han Mountain has been elected to the executive committee of the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Pennsylvania. She is an attorney at Lamb McErlane P.C., West Chester.

Frances Sperling Feldbaum, principal of St. Clair CPA Solutions in Conshohocken and Merchantville, has been named treasurer of the board of BalletX, a contemporary ballet company in Philadelphia. Rebecca Malcolm-Naib, adjunct faculty member of the dance departments of Swarthmore and Bryn Mawr Colleges, was named a board member.

The Homeowners Association of Philadelphia and Building Industry Association announced the appointment of HAPCO vice president and BIA board member Paul Badger Jr. to the Interim Land Bank Board. He also is founder and president of Badger Group L.L.C. HAPCO's nearly 3,000 members own or manage low- and medium-income rental properties and units in the city; BIA represents the region's residential home builders, residential contractors, and suppliers.

Andrew N. Berenato, director of government relations for the AmeriHealth Caritas Family of Companies, Philadelphia, has been appointed to the board of directors of the Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania.

Manoj Turlapati, vice president of professional services at MavenWire, Wayne, has been named to the board of Oracle Transportation Management Special Interest Group.

Roberta Torian, a partner at Reed Smith L.L.P. and a member of the financial-industry group, has been elected to the board of the Philadelphia Bar Foundation.

Thomas P. Fee Jr., president of Haefele Flanagan, Moorestown, has been elected to the North America board of directors of CPA Associates International Inc., an association of accounting firms.

The Widener University board of trustees elected Leslie A. Brun, chairman and chief executive officer of Sarr Group L.L.C., to its board.

Stephen Bouikidis has been appointed to the board of the Metropolitan Career Center, a nonprofit workforce-development organization, and the Joseph J. Peters Institute, a nonprofit mental-health agency providing outpatient assessment and treatment to victims of sexual abuse. Bouikidis is the executive vice president of NetReach, Ambler.

The Greater Philadelphia Association of Realtors elected Allan Domb president for the third time. He is founder of Allan Domb Real Estate in Center City.

Ralf D. Wiedemann has been elected secretary of the Executive Committee of the Consular Corps Association of Philadelphia. He is an associate at Montgomery McCracken, Philadelphia, and focuses his practice on immigration law.

The North Philadelphia Financial Partnership, which serves as the community-lending arm of the North Central Philadelphia Empowerment Zone, named David L. King to its board. He is a business development manager for Riviera Finance, Philadelphia, and will serve on the loan committee.

J. Edmund Mullin, co-chair of the real estate and land use department at Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin P.C., was appointed by Montgomery County Court to be a master for the Tax Assessment Appeal Mediation Program.

Partner Kristine A. Phillips, of labor and employment law firm Willig, Williams & Davidson, Philadelphia, has been appointed co-chair of the Municipal Court Committee of the Philadelphia Bar Association for 2014. The committee assists the bench and bar of the Municipal Court of Philadelphia in achieving and maintaining a just, efficient, speedy and easily accessible court system.

- Mike Zebe