Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union
, West Chester, has named
Patrick M. McKenna
to its supervisory committee. He is a shareholder and partner at West Chester law firm Gawthrop Greenwood P.C.
Paul M. Schmidt has been appointed to the board of the Traffic Club of Philadelphia, a group that promotes and educates the public about the transportation, supply-chain, and logistics industry in the Philadelphia region. He is an attorney at Zarwin Baum DeVito Kaplan Schaer Toddy P.C., Philadelphia, and co-chair of the firm's environmental practice group.
The Gershman Y, an arts and culture center in Center City, has named Eric Lamar to its board. He is a financial professional at AXA Advisors.
The Pennsylvania Senate has approved the appointment of Guy Ciarrocchi to the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority for a seven-year term. He is president and CEO of the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry.
Philadelphia Freedom Valley YMCA has named to its board Matt Manders, president, regional and operations, for Cigna; Pete Retzlaff, formerly of the Eagles; and Gloria Watson, president of the Mid-Atlantic Region, AIG Property Casualty.
The Moorestown Friends School Committee has appointed as trustees Barbara Caldwell, former associate head of school, academic dean, Upper School director; Dinesh Desai, president and CEO of Emtec Inc.; and William Haines Jr., owner and president of Pine Island Cranberry Co.
IGI Laboratories Inc., a Buena specialty generic-pharmaceutical company, has appointed Steven Koehler to its board. He will also serve as the new chairman of the company's audit committee. Koehler retired from Merck & Co. as vice president, Schering-Plough controller and special projects.
Maureen M. McBride has been reappointed for another three-year term as a member of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania's Rules of Evidence Committee. She is a partner at Lamb McErlane in West Chester, in the firm's litigation and appellate practice groups.
Woodlynde School, a nonprofit independent school in Strafford for students in grades kindergarten-12 with learning differences, has appointed Lindsey O'Connor and Renee Reilly to its board. Both serve as co-presidents of the Woodlynde Parent Community Association. Reilly is a director at Midstate Filigree Systems.
Robert B. Jones, CEO of Innovative Compensation and Benefits Concepts L.L.C., was named to the board of the Merion Cricket Club.
Joe Ritzel has been named to the board of directors for the Special Olympics of New Jersey. He is chief financial officer of Day & Zimmermann, Philadelphia.
Walter Lynch, president and chief operating officer of regulated operations, American Water, Voorhees, has been appointed president of the National Association of Water Companies.
The Multicultural Affairs Congress, a division of the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau, whose mission is to bring diverse meetings and major conventions to the city, has named the following to its board:
Adé Lawal, president/owner of Express Employment Professionals; Andrea Agnew, executive director, diversity and inclusion, at Comcast; Anthony Adelu, branch relationship manager at Susquehanna Bank; Fran Griesing, attorney/managing member at Griesing Law; Geoff Pope, vice president of ECBM; Gloria Casarez, director of LGBT Affairs, City of Philadelphia; Ira Rosen, president of Entertainment On Location Inc. and assistant professor at Temple University School of Tourism and Hospitality Management; Jasmine Senior, intern program manager at Comcast; Lee Huang, senior vice president/principal at Econsult; Lowell Thomas, general council, Philadelphia Housing Development Corp.; Omar Woodward, principal at Venture Philanthropy Partners; Ricardo Moura, human-resources intern at Marshall Dennehey; Rich Horrow, attorney at law, LL.M in taxation and president of the Independence Business Alliance; Rob Buscher, festival director of the Asian American Film Festival; Sean McKoy, founder of Reel McKoy Media, and Jeffery Ji, president at U-Combination Technology and partner at Knighthawk Tours L.L.C.