The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia has named the following to the Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council (CDIAC): Jeane M. Coyle, president and CEO of Penn Community Bank, Bristol; David J. Hanrahan, president and CEO of Capital Bank of New Jersey, Vineland; Mark E. Huntley, president and CEO of Artisans' Bank, Wilmington; Matthew P. Prosseda, president and CEO of First Keystone Community Bank, Berwick; and J. Bradley Scovill, president and CEO of Citizens & Northern Bank, Wellsboro. The CDIAC is a 12-member council composed of representatives from commercial banks, thrift institutions, and credit unions. The council convenes twice a year with officials from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia to share insights on economic and business trends facing community depository institutions in their local markets.
The Forum of Executive Women, a women's leadership group of more than 450 influential women representing diverse businesses in the Philadelphia region, has elected the following board members: Nancy O'Mara Ezold, founding partner of the Ezold Law Firm P.C.; Tricia Buck Horter, senior vice president at Citizens Bank; Katayun I. Jaffari, a partner at Ballard Spahr L.L.P.; Debra A. Loggia, senior manager at EY Advisory Services; Beatrice O'Donnell, a partner at Duane Morris L.L.P.; and Colleen Vallen, a partner at Citrin Cooperman.
Ronald McDonald House of Southern New Jersey has elected Michael J. Metheny, executive vice president of supply chain, corporate services, and asset protection at Burlington Stores, to serve on its board of trustees.
Enclara Pharmacia (Enclara), a Philadelphia provider of and pharmacy management services to the hospice industry, and its affiliate Turn-Key Health, an end-of-life population health management company, has named Tom Maxwell to its board. Most recently, Maxwell had been chief strategy officer and chair of the Clinical and Financial Advisory Boards at Homecare Homebase.
TheVillage, a nonprofit provider of trauma-informed care and child services in Rosemont, has elected the following board members: Andrew Nehrbas, senior vice president of investments and branch manager at Janney Montgomery Scott in Bryn Mawr, is chair; Paul Bergsteinsson, retired from CIGNA Corp. as vice president and assistant treasurer, is vice chair; Polly Shaffer, a retired attorney from the law firm of Gollatz, Griffin & Ewing P.C., is secretary; Maris Ogg, president and a founder of Tower Bridge Advisors, is treasurer; John Sundquist, president of Breakwater Ventures L.L.C., is assistant treasurer.
Named director are: J. Christopher Gagnier, retired senior investment executive for Aberdeen Asset Management; Virginia Peckham, founder and former executive director of Family Support Services; and Margaret Zukoski, retired associate director at the Pennsylvania Council of Children, Youth and Family Services.
The Bucks County Community College Foundation, the nonprofit fund-raising arm of the public, two-year college, has appointed Katherine Sharp, district manager for the Walgreen Co., to its board. Constance M. Furman, senior vice president at the First National Bank & Trust Co. of Newtown, was elected president of the board of directors for the 2016-17 fiscal year.
Walter L. Tarver III has been named president of the Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers. He is director of Stockton University's Career Center.
The Philadelphia Public Relations Association, the nation's oldest and largest independent public relations group, has elected the following officers: Ashley Berke, director of communications for the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, is president; Adam Dvorin, media director at Winning Strategies, is president-elect and vice president, programs; Nina Scimenes, marketing manager for Brulee Catering, is vice president, external affairs; Sarah Fergus, marketing communications manager for the Philadelphia Flyers, is vice president, membership; Khaila Burke-Green, communications manager with the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau, is vice president, communications; Darren Behuniak, president and founder of Behuniak Presence Strategies Inc., is treasurer; and Cari Feiler Bender, president of Relief Communications L.L.C., is secretary.
Named board directors are: Gary Bramnick, director of marketing and public relations at Inglis; Christina Crews, communications director of the American Heart Association; Darrah Foster, senior associate at Anne Klein Communications Group; Meredith Wertz, senior manager of corporate communications for Comcast. Meredith Avakian-Hardaway, director of communications & marketing for the Philadelphia Bar Association, is immediate past president (chair).
The Hill at Whitemarsh, a continuing care retirement community in Lafayette Hill, has named the following members to its board of trustees: Debra Roberts, former director, family philanthropy at Cradles to Crayons; Norman Wilde, former chairman, president and CEO of Janney Montgomery Scott L.L.C.; and Frank Reed, retired president and CEO of Philadelphia National Bank.