, president of Rosen Coren Marketing, Public Relations and Advertising Agency in Langhorne, has been elected president of the
Feasterville Business Association
Other officers include William Wiegman Jr., chief of police in Lower Southampton Township, vice president; Linda Pupkiewicz, assistant director of the Lower Southampton Township Library, recording secretary; Diane Fetscher, financial adviser for Oppenheimer & Co., Jenkintown, corresponding secretary; Dennis Markowitz, founder and chief operating officer of the Financial Group Plus family of companies, Southampton, treasurer; Karen Madotto, manager of First Federal Bank of Bucks County, Bensalem, financial secretary, and Mike Wielehowski, president of Northern Mechanical, Trevose, sergeant-at-arms.
Other board members include Jim Kelley, president of Jim Kelley Public Adjusters, Bensalem; Rick Tyrrell, owner of Cheese Dawgs, Feasterville, and Pradeep Kohli, branch manager of Univest Bank & Trust Co., Bensalem. Retained for a second year as directors are Stewart Gritz, owner of the Wireless Zone Verizon store, Feasterville; attorney Ted Hauptman, of Miller & Hauptman, Southampton; Michael R. Lesher, senior project manager for Regal Properties Inc., Langhorne, and Susan Harrison, co-owner and title agent, Greater Philadelphia Abstract Agency, Trevose.
LeVan Law Group L.L.C. founder and managing partner Peter H. LeVan Jr. has been named to the board of trustees of Choral Arts of Southern New Jersey. The group's mission is to perform, foster and advance fine choral music in the eight southern counties of New Jersey.
Flaster/Greenberg P.C. shareholder Kevin Greenberg has been appointed by Gov.-elect Tom Wolf to serve both as a member to focus on the State/Commonwealth transition and as one of the counsels assisting on his transition team.
St. Joseph's Preparatory School, Philadelphia, has named the following to its board of trustees: Jeremiah Buckley, managing director, Pine Hill Group; Terence Connors, partner, KPMG L.L.P.; the Rev. Richard McCouch, Jesuit Province of Maryland assistant for secondary and pre-secondary education, and the Rev. Thomas Brennan, assistant professor of English, St. Joseph's University.
Amalia M. Issa, professor and chair of the department of health policy and public health at Mayes College of Healthcare Business and Policy at University of the Sciences and founding director of the program in personalized medicine and targeted therapeutics, has been elected a fellow of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
Privately held Doylestown biopharmaceutical company Novira Therapeutics Inc. has appointed Brian F. Daniels to its scientific advisory board. Daniels is a venture partner at 5AM Ventures and has extensive experience in clinical development, medical affairs and corporate strategy across a broad range of therapeutic areas. He was most recently senior vice president, global development and medical affairs, for Bristol-Myers Squibb, and was a member of its senior management team. The company is working on novel therapies for curative treatment of chronic hepatitis B virus infection. - Mike Zebe