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The ALS Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter, Ambler, has elected the following board members: Claire Choppy Conway, vice president, store manager, Macy's, Exton Square Mall; and small-business owner Raina Gorman, owner of Platos Closet and Nest.

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The ALS Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter

, Ambler, has elected the following board members:

Claire Choppy Conway

, vice president, store manager, Macy's, Exton Square Mall; and small-business owner

Raina Gorman

, owner of Platos Closet and Nest.

James M. Bonner has been elected president of the 550-member medical staff of Inspira Medical Center Woodbury. Bruce A. Monaghan will serve as vice president. Bonner has served as medical director of Inspira Woodbury's Department of Emergency Medicine since 1998. Monaghan joined the medical staff of Inspira Woodbury in 1996 after a hand and microvascular surgery fellowship at the Indiana Hand Center in Indianapolis.

Philadelphia automotive retail and service chain The Pep Boys - Manny, Moe & Jack has elected Robert Nardelli, former chairman and CEO of Home Depot and Chrysler, to its board of directors. Nardelli is the founder and CEO of XLR-8 L.L.C., an investment and advisory firm. He also served for more than 30 years in senior positions at General Electric.

Stevens Krug, a West Chester architect, has been elected chair of the Climate Change Advisory Committee of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.

Brian Hoppy, director of environmental sciences and planning at HDR, Plymouth Meeting, has been appointed by the U.S. Department of Commerce to serve on the Environmental Technologies Trade Advisory Committee.

Trinseo, a Berwyn materials company and manufacturer of plastics, latex, and rubber, has elected Donald T. Misheff to its board. He also joined the Audit Committee and the Environmental, Health, Safety and Public Policy Committees of the board. Misheff is the former northeast Ohio managing partner at the public accounting firm Ernst & Young L.L.P.

Arcadia University, Glenside, has elected the following trustees: Lawrence R. Catuzzi, vice president of Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York and senior vice president of Rauscher Pierce Refsnes Inc.; Thomas S. Johnston, CEO of Mucosis; David A. Plastino, recently senior vice president of private banking at UBS Financial Services Inc. in Philadelphia; Sidney Rosenblatt, executive vice president, chief financial officer, treasurer, and secretary of Universal Display Corp., and William U. Westerfield, retired partner at Price Waterhouse, now PwC.

The Philadelphia Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators has named the following board members: Mark Basla, vice president of marketing and business development for the Delaware Valley Industrial Resource Center, vice president, finance and business development; Elena Perri, director of marketing and communications at Holy Child Academy in Drexel Hill, member, program committee; Taryn Robinson, a senior communications specialist at AmeriHealth Caritas, member, program committee; Bill Seiberlich, communications manager at Saint-Gobain Corp., vice president, membership and careers; Steve Lubetkin, managing partner of Lubetkin Media Cos. L.L.C., vice president, technology and digital infrastructure; Janet Skidmore, operator of Janet Skidmore Communications L.L.C., vice president, program committee. Immediate past president is Earl Whipple, management consultant, in communications for IBM and a former chief of staff, legislative director, and spokesman in the U.S. House of Representatives. - Mike Zebe