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  • Tuesday, September 01, 2015 1:57 PM | Anonymous

    Professional Women’s Roundtable to Honor Nikki Johnson-Huston, Esq. with PoWeR Award

    PWR Announces Anniversary Event Sponsored by Long Financial Group

    PHILADELPHIA – September 1, 2015 – Professional Women’s Roundtable (PWR), a non-profit organization providing networking, leadership and educational opportunities to women business leaders in the Greater Philadelphia region, will present its PoWeR Award to Nikki Johnson-Huston, Esq. at its 13th Annual Anniversary Event on October 8th, 2015. The event will take place at New Century Trust, 1307 Locust Street, from 5:30 - 8:30pm.

    The PoWeR Award is presented annually to a woman in the Philadelphia community who is committed to mentoring women and advancing women’s issues, particularly among emerging women business leaders. Recent honorees include Patricia Connolly of the Center for Corporate Governance at LeBow College of Business, Drexel University and LEADERSHIP Philadelphia CEO Liz Dow.

    Nikki Johnson-Huston, Esq. is an antipoverty advocate who demonstrated incredible resilience in her journey to becoming a lawyer – overcoming homelessness and later earning her J.D./M.B.A/ LL.M in Taxation from the Temple University Beasley School of Law. Nikki is now a tax attorney with her own firm, The Law Office of Nikki Johnson-Huston LLC, and also a prominent speaker on how she overcame a life of poverty to become an award winning attorney. This year, Nikki launched “Donafy,” an innovative micro-philanthropy iPhone app that empowers citizens to locate and donate to nearby nonprofit organizations that service people in need of emergency housing, food, medical care, mental health, job training, LGBT and Legal Services.

    Admission to the October 8th event is $10 for Premium Members (events pre-paid), $20 for standard members (events not pre-paid), and $40 for non-members, and includes drinks and light fare.


  • Tuesday, February 03, 2015 10:50 AM | Anonymous

    PWR Announces our Members-Only PoWeR Roundtable Lunch Series


    PWR is committed to helping our members attain their goals and allowing them to take full advantage of their PWR membership.  In 2015, PWR is pleased to offer our members a series of members-only PoWeR Roundtable lunches.  The PoWeR Roundtable is an opportunity for PWR members to connect with one another in a small, informal setting.  Each discussion will focus on a unique issue that impacts our members' personal and/or professional development and be facilitated by a board member.  The lunch meetings are available to members only and will be limited to 12 people per session. 

  • Wednesday, November 12, 2014 11:53 AM | Anonymous


    This fall, Professional Women's Roundtable partnered with Drexel University on its first essay-based competition offered to women currently enrolled in graduate programs at Drexel University. 

    This essay contest and $1,000 grant opportunity sponsored by PWR challenged applicants to answer the following questions:

    - What are the barriers to female entrepreneurship in the United States?

    - What should be done to remove these barriers and foster female entrepreneurship?

    And the winners are:


    •          Essay Contest Award Winner: Ksenia Gal

    •          1st Runner Up: Chang Wen

    •          2nd Runners Up: Damilola Giwa-Daramola and Shruti Venkatesh


    Awards: Winner receives $1,000 and 1 year prepaid membership to PWR (valued at $240).  1st runner up receives free admission for two PWR events. 2nd runners up receive free admission for one PWR event.


    Congratulations to the winners!


  • Wednesday, September 24, 2014 1:41 PM | Anonymous

    Patricia Connolly to Receive PoWeR Award on October 22nd

    PHILADELPHIA – September 12, 2013 Professional Women’s Roundtable (PWR) – a non-profit providing networking, leadership, educational and personal growth opportunities to a diverse group of emerging women business leaders in the Greater Philadelphia region – will present its PoWeR Award to Patricia Connolly of the Center for Corporate Governance at LeBow College of Business, Drexel Universityat its 12th  anniversary event on Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014 (5:30 – 8:00 p.m., DiBruno Brothers, 1730 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA, 19103).

    The PoWeR Award annually honors a woman or women in the Greater Philadelphia region who has shown a commitment to helping junior women advance in their careers, as well as a dedication to her profession and community. Recent honorees include LEADERSHIP Philadelphia CEO Liz Dow and Mary Seton Corboy, Greensgrow Farms co-founder and Chief Farm Hand.

    Ms. Connolly is a catalyst for thoughtful, constructive discussions on issues and new ideas for leading and governing in the 21st century. Currently, as Director for the Center for Corporate Governance of Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business, Ms. Connolly develops strategic partnerships with public, private, and not-for-profit boards of directors to address best practices in board governance. With the invaluable blend of a banking career and not-for profit leadership, Ms. Connolly also navigates easily through organizations with different business models and access to resources.  At PNC Financial Corp., she rose to Group Vice President in the retail and private banking group and subsequently held executive positions with the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Academy of Natural Sciences. In her not-for-profit roles, Patricia excelled in finding investors for key strategic initiatives.

                Patricia holds a BA in History from Bryn Mawr College and an MA in Liberal Arts from the University of Pennsylvania. Ms. Connolly received the NACD Certificate of Director Education and the University Of Pennsylvania Certificate Of Executive Administration for Non Profits. She is a Certified Governance Trainer for BoardSource, a national organization dedicated to advancing board leadership and effective governance. Patricia is a member of Women Corporate Directors (WCD) and serves on the boards of Shore Medical Center and Chestnut Hill College.  She also previously served on the Board of Directors for the Forum of Executive Women where she participated in the mentorship program, providing guidance and leadership to emerging women leaders.

    The fee to attend the October 15th event is $20 for premium members (events pre-paid), $30 for standard members (events not pre-paid), $10 for sponsors, and $45 for non-members, and includes drinks and light fare.

    Space is limited. Please RSVP to or call 267-287-8497, or register PoWeR Award Ceremony Anniversary Event by October 17th.


  • Friday, June 06, 2014 9:11 AM | Anonymous

    I am pleased to announce that Joanne Forsythe has been promoted to IP Telephony Program Supervisor in addition to her current role as the North America IP Telephony Project Manager.

    Joanne joined Saint-Gobain in 2011. She will continue to be based in Valley Forge and to report to me. In Joanne’s new position she will have responsibility for supervising the IP Telephony team members for all of North America.

    Joanne also took on the role of the IT Project Manager for the new North American Headquarters Project role in November 2013 and continues to work on both the new R&D facility and the new Headquarters construction projects.

    Joanne has been the co-chair of the Valley Forge Hub of the Saint-Gobain Women’s Network since 2013.  She also serves on the Employee Activities Association.  Joanne was also recently appointed to a two-year term as the co-chair of Public Relations of the Board of Directors for the Professional Women’s Roundtable-Philadelphia Region, a non-profit organization for women in business.

    Please join me in congratulating Joanne in her new assignment and in wishing her continued success.

    James T. Pitcherello

    North American Regional Service Manager & IPT Program Manager

    Saint-Gobain DSI Group | Saint-Gobain Telecom

  • Tuesday, March 25, 2014 10:31 AM | Anonymous
  • Tuesday, March 11, 2014 10:40 AM | Anonymous

    The Young Entrepreneurs Academy Investor Panel Presentation



    Wednesday, March 19, 2014     



    5:30 pm -  Meet and Greet Reception with the Young Entrepreneurs

    6:00 pm - 8:30 pm - Business Plan Presentation


    Bryn Mawr College Campus

    101 N. Merion Avenue

    Bryn Mawr, PA

    McPherson Auditorium in Goodhart Hall 


    Please join us as our young entrepreneurs make presentations to a panel of local investors to obtain funding for their new businesses/social movements.  Personal investments are not expected.      


    Event is complimentary.  To register click here!
  • Wednesday, February 26, 2014 12:09 PM | Deleted user

    Philadelphia based, History Making Productions (HMP), a documentary film production house, today announced the launch of its second film series on the city’s history, which will focus on the role that women have played over the past 350 years.

    “Women of Philadelphia: A Documentary is an exciting venture that will explore the extraordinary and the ordinary contributions of women throughout the city’s history and to do so in a way that we believe will be relevant and meaningful to audiences today”, noted Series Creator and Producer Nancy Moses.

    Women of Philadelphia: A Documentary will be six made-for-television episodes supported with a variety of digital media including webisodes and other short films as well as a robust educational and civic engagement component.

    “We are focused on the significant challenges that face women today such as the education of their children; acquiring and using power; dealing with crime and abuse; balancing the pressures of work and family; expressing life’s emotions through creativity in art, performance and athletics; and wellness and well being”, noted Producer Lauren Katz. “We expect each episode will focus on the historical roots of one of these contemporary themes”, she added.

     HMP has produced a short video to promote the project.  The video and general project information is available on the website 

    Production costs for the series will approximate $1.4 million.  HMP expects to generate significant support through its planned program of corporate sponsorships and through philanthropic gifts.  To date, the project has generated funding commitments of $650,000.

    “We are so pleased to announce that Independence Blue Cross has committed to being our Presenting Sponsor.  That one of Philadelphia’s leading corporate citizens is prepared to evidence its support for assuring that the story of women is told through film reflects how timely and important this series is”, noted Ms. Katz. “We are so excited by this support and believe it will stimulate other area enterprises to come on board”, she added.

    Dr. Cathy L. Greenberg, a nationally recognized business advisor, coach and best selling business book author will serve as an Executive Producer and represent the project nationally.  She has committed a significant sponsorship investment to the project.

    The series will have another dynamic feature. 

    “This film project about women and for women, and their brothers, sons and fathers will be made by women”, Ms. Moses said.  “Our team of scholars and researchers, our production team and our post production team will be comprised of women.  That alone is another Philadelphia first.”, she observed.

    The official “coming out” party for the project will be hosted by the Forum for Executive Women and PNC Bank on Wednesday evening, February 26th at 6:00 PM at the Bank’s Philadelphia headquarters. 

    The Forum for Executive Women has invited its membership.  A brief talk will be given by nationally syndicated journalist and Woodrow Wilson Center scholar Jamie Stiehm who will be speaking about her forthcoming book on Philadelphia Quaker leader Lucretia Mott.

    In addition to Independence Blue Cross, Dr. Cathy Greenberg and the Forum for Executive Women, Women of Philadelphia has built broad support from a wide range of women’s community organizations and heritage and cultural institutions.  Lists of these supporting partners together with heritage and cultural institutions which are the project’s heritage sposnors is attached.

    The series will be executive produced in part through generous financial support from Kay Halloran (Halloran Family Philanthropy), Bonnie McCausland (McCausland Foundation) and national business consultant and executive coach Cathy Greenberg (xcel Institute).  HMP plans to undertake extensive outreach to area companies, foundations and to women representing a diverse cross section of the region.  In addition, a crowdfunding campaign to seek smaller contributions is planned for later in 2014.

    “History was once a private domain for male historians who tended to focus on stories about men.  Women did important things here and all over the country.  It is time to use film, a great platform for public history, to tell these stories from an urban perspective.  That Philadelphia’s women are the first to do a project like this one, mirrors the history of our contributions to our unique community.  To be launching during Women’s History Month and at a time when the public’s attention is so riveted on the changing roles and successes of women makes this project so important and timely”, Ms. Moses concluded.

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    History Making Productions is a Philadelphia based documentary film production firm focused on producing films about history and community affairs in Greater Philadelphia.  The company’s first series, Philadelphia: The Great Experiment, is a 14 part series covering Philadelphia’s story from 1640-1995 through television episodes, webisodes, short cuts, educational resources and community screenings.  All of the content for the film series is housed at and is available for public viewing at no cost.  HMP was founded by Philip and Sam Katz and now includes another family member, Lauren Katz, who will produce Women.  The company is located in studio and production offices at 12th & Callowhill in Center City Philadelphia.

    Nancy Moses was executive director of the Atwater Kent Museum of Philadelphia and served on the executive staff of WQED and the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Philadelphia Studies. She managed a grant program at the National Endowment for the Humanities. She consults to an impressive array of nonprofits of different sizes, structures and missions. Most recently, Nancy spearheaded a new women’s social venture fund and helped the Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania launch the Wharton Social Impact Corps for its MBA students. Nancy Moses is the author of Lost in the Museum: Hidden Treasures and the Stories They Tell. (

    Lauren Katz is an attorney who practiced in corporate litigation.  She joined HMP in 2013 to assume leadership for this documentary film project.  In her capacity as producer, Lauren is driving the development of the project’s fundraising, corporate sponsorships and community outreach and is sharing leadership with Nancy Moses on developing program content.  Lauren formerly served as an associate with the firm of Blank Rome LLP.  She holds a bachelor’s degree in international relations from Tufts University (2003) and a JD from the Drexel University School of Law and was in the first graduating class.

    Dr. Cathy L. Greenberg, a Philadelphian, will be one of the project’s Executive Producers.   Her company will be the National Leadership Sponsor.  Cathy is an author, motivational speaker and executive coach.  Her latest book, Fearless Leaders, will be published in March.  Cathy was a senior executive at two of the world’s largest business consulting firms and provides strategic advice to numerous national and global business enterprises. (

    Independence Blue Cross is the leading health insurer in southeastern Pennsylvania. With its affiliates, Independence serves more than 7 million people nationwide, including 2.2 million in the region. The Company seeks to enhance the health and wellness of the people and communities it serves by delivering innovative and competitively priced health care products and services; pioneering new ways to reward doctors, hospitals, and other health care professionals for coordinated, quality care; and supporting programs and events that promote wellness.  (

    The Forum of Executive Women is a membership organization of over 400 women of influence in the Greater Philadelphia region, whose members hold top positions in every major segment of the community.   It serves as the linchpin for a multitude of initiatives that have sparked critical conversations in executive suites, board rooms and public policy arenas.  The Forum actively works to leverage the power of executive women in the Greater Philadelphia region to expand the impact and influence of women leaders.  (

    For further information Contact:

    History Making Productions

    Nancy Moses…  215.802.7949

    Lauren Katz…   215.589.5976

    Sam Katz…   215.694.3563

    Independence Blue Cross

    Kathy Albanese…  

    Forum for Executive Women

    Sharon Hardy…   215.628.9944

    The project website is

    History Making Productions

    340 North 12th Street, Suite 300

    Philadelphia, PA 19107


    Sponsoring Women’s Organizations

    Forum of Executive Women - the region’s leading network of women business execs.

    Girl Scouts of Eastern PA – the largest girl serving organization in Pennsylvania which builds girls of courage, confidence and character.

    Professional Women’s Roundtable – an important professional women in business networking group.

    The Main Line Society of Professional Women – major suburban networking organization.

    New Century Trust - the oldest continuously running women’s organization in the U.S.

    League of Women Voters of SE PA –a voice for change, working to protect and defend democratic rights.

    Vision 2020 - national coalition of organizations united to achieve women’s economic and social equality. HQ at Drexel School of Medicine.

    Emergency Aid of Pa. Foundation – formed in 1914 to aid foreign relief during World War I.


    Alice Paul Institute – honors the legacy of suffragists, and a leader in bringing recognition to organizations and historic sites that honor women.

    Women’s Way – supports wage equity, rape crisis, domestic violence, reproductive freedom through philanthropy.

    National Coalition of 100 Black Women – Pennsylvania Chapter –develops community leaders to advancing equity and empowerment among women of color.

    Congreso - a multi-service organization that serves the Latino community of Philadelphia.

    Philadelphia LINKS - an international corporation, established in 1946 in Philadelphia to respond to the needs and aspirations of Black women.

    Women of Destiny an organization committed to the mentorship and leadership development of the next generation of African American women.

    Devereux Foundation - founded in 1912 by Helena Devereux and serving mentally disabled and challenged children and adults.

    Women’s Business Development Center - fosters the development and retention of successful women’s owned businesses. 

    Heritage/Cultural Partners

    Historical Society of Pennsylvania

    African American Museum of Philadelphia

    Independence Seaport Museum

    Philadelphia History Museum

    Philadelphia Museum of Art

    Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

    Free Library of Philadelphia and the Rosenbach Library

    College of Physicians/Mutter Museum

    National Museum of American Jewish History

    Historic Philadelphia, Inc.

    American Swedish Museum

    Philadelphia Athenaeum

    Independence National Historical Park

    National History Day-Philadelphia

  • Thursday, February 06, 2014 11:35 AM | Anonymous

    PHILADELPHIA – February 4, 2014 Professional Women’s Roundtable (PWR) – a non-profit providing networking, leadership, educational and personal growth opportunities to a diverse group of women business leaders in the Greater Philadelphia region – announced new officers and board members for 2014 - 2015. They are:


    Christie Mills, MSFS, President

    In addition to continuing as the President of the Professional Women’s Roundtable Board of Directors in 2014,

    Christie Millsis involved with other Boards in the Greater Philadelphia area, such as the Roxborough Orchestra.  Mills is the corporate secretary/treasurer for Karr Barth Administrators, Inc., the premiere technological leader in the non-qualified benefits administration industry. Mills began working for Karr Barth Administrators, Inc. in September of 2000.  She resides in Springfield, DelawareCounty, Pennsylvania .  When relaxing, her favorite pastime is seeing the world via travels with her husband.

    Heather A. Herrington, Esq., Vice President and Chair, Advisory Board

    Herrington is an attorney at Jacobs Law Group, PC, where she handles complex commercial and civil litigation, and labor and employment matters. A frequent presenter of various CLE programs, she previously served on the Young Lawyer’s Division Executive Committee of the Philadelphia Bar Association.  Herrington lives in Haddonfield, N.J.


    Christine Soares, Esq., Secretary and Co-Chair, Sponsorship

    An attorney with Fox Rothschild LLP, Soares’ practice specializes in helping businesses and law firms minimize the impact of business divorces, law firm breakups and partnership disputes. She is a member of the planning committee for Preakness at the Piazza, an event that raises money for the National MS Society. She is also involved with the planning committee of the South Jersey Young Professionals Association’s Annual Halo Ball. She is a resident of Philadelphia’s Graduate Hospital section.


    Leslie Cano, MBA, Treasurer

    As assistant controller at Cozen O’Connor, Leslie Cano oversees financial and accounting functions for the firm.  An accomplished finance manager, she has experience in global and national arenas in legal services, banking, education, and tourism/hospitality industries. She is participating in The Forum of Executive Women’s 2014 Mentoring Program.




    Katrina Aikin, Co-Chair, Alliances

    Joining the board this year, Aikin is a trained wealth management professional with almost 10 years of experience in the financial services industry. An ex-Canadian now living in the United States, she joined TD Wealth Management last year. Outside of her professional life, Katrina has volunteered as a Big Sister for Big Brothers Big Sisters, graduated from the Forum of Executive Women’s Mentoring Program, and has coordinated fundraising efforts for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. She continues to enjoy her life in Center City Philadelphia.


    Judy Arnold, Chair, Co-Chair, Alliances

    Joining the board this year, Arnold is currently an independent marketing consultant with a unique blend of over 25 years of business-to-business and business-to-consumer experience leading marketing in the financial services, insurance and retail industries. She volunteers her time and expertise on the fundraising, events and marketing committees of the newly formed nonprofit, the DMAX Foundation.  She is also an active member of the Philadelphia American Marketing Association (PAMA) and a long-standing member and past President of the Philadelphia Direct Marketing Association (PDMA).  She resides in North Wales, PA.



    Diane Barber, Esq., Co-Chair, Events

    A new board member this year, Barber is an attorney in the Legal Services Department of AlliedBarton Security Services,a national provider of security officer services headquartered in Conshohocken, PA, where she specializes in commercial contracts drafting and negotiation and corporate compliance. She is also active in the National Association of Professional Women and serves on the Board of Directors of MusicWorks, a non-profit provider of music therapy services located in Delaware County, PA. She resides in Hockessin, DE.


    Peg Calvario, Co-Chair, Membership

    As an ICF (International Coach Federation) credentialed coach for executives and business owners, Calvario is president of Peg Calvario, LLC, and acts as an executive coach and mentor. She is an active member and treasurer of the International Coach Federation, Philadelphia chapter. She resides in Lower Pottsgrove Township, PA.


    Lisa Coleman, MBA, Co-Chair, Membership

    Coleman is presently a business consultant focused on providing digital, marketing, and strategic business program management working with stakeholders at all levels both technical and non-technical. She is a managerial professional experienced in the healthcare, technology, manufacturing, and non-profit industries. She is actively on a variety of business, technology, and healthcare-related boards throughout the Greater Delaware Valley, including the Family Planning Council, Pierce College, and the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association. She is a resident of Philadelphia.


    Margaret Denton, Esq., Chair, Ambassadors

    Joining the board this year, Denton is an associate general counsel with Drexel University College of Medicine working as lead counsel for the College of Nursing and Health Professions and the School of Public Health.  She established the pro bono program for her office-- the participation in the Adopt A Shelter Program through the Homeless Advocacy Project and now serves as her office’s Shelter Coordinator.  She was one of the 2013 recipients of the Homeless Advocacy Project Rising Star Awards.


    She is a member of the National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA) and serves on its Membership and New Members Committee and a member of the American Corporate Counsel Association (ACC), and serves a Mentor with the Temple University Law School Women’s Law Caucus.


    Joanne Forsythe, Co-Chair, Public Relations

    Joining the board this year, Forsythe is the project manager of North America IP telephony at Saint-Gobain, the world's largest building materials company. She currently serves as the co-chair of their Women’s Network Valley Forge Hub. She completed the 2013 MS Leader’s Circle program and helps out with technical support for the Women’s Resource Center in Wayne. Currently she is pursuing her Master’s in Business Administration from West Chester University. She resides in Norristown, PA.

    Larisa Golodner, MBA, Co-Chair, Events

    As manager of risk consulting, client services, and business development at ESIS a part of the ACE Group with CMA and AIAF certifications, Golodner assists in the development and implementation of cost reduction programs for clients. She is actively involved in the ACE Women’s Forum, a group that promotes networking, professional and personal growth, and mentoring opportunities among ACE employees.  She is a resident of Philadelphia.



    Lisa Hanson, Co-Chair, Events

    A financial and investment advisor with Firstrust Financial Resources, Hanson focuses on “holistic financial planning” with an emphasis on working with high-net worth individuals and business owners.

    A lifelong Philadelphia-area resident, she believes in giving back to her community.  Hanson’s involvement includes volunteering with Big Brothers/Big Sisters as a mentor and serving as a board member of the Community Outreach Partnership, a non-profit organization that’s dedicated to working with the homeless and elderly in the city of Philadelphia.



    Doreen Mosher, Co-Chair, Sponsorship

    Mosher is a career transition specialist with Innovational Services. She is dedicated to helping others find joy and fulfillment in their work, creating a transformational experience for her cross-industry clients, resulting in unlimited growth and possibility. She serves on the Board of Equality Forum and also enjoys volunteering for organizations that empower women to live up to their true potential. She lives in Philadelphia.



    Lynn Mueller, MBA, Co-Chair, Public Relations

    Mueller is the head of governance and programs in the Americas for Teva Pharmaceuticalsamong the top 10 pharmaceutical companies, a world leader in generic and specialty medicines.She is an experienced information technology practice leader and management consultant. Mueller is a member of Project Management Institute (PMI) and Society for Information Management (SIM), and a supporter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of the Delaware Valley. She is a resident of Philadelphia.



    Founded in 2002, PWR seeks to enhance business development and other professional development skills. For more information on PWR and its networking/leadership programs, visit, or contact Seamless Events at or 215-948-3863.


    PWR Officer Photos:


                                          Christie Mills  Heather A. Herrington     Christine Soares                Leslie Cano


    Editor’s Note:

    Christie Mills earned her undergraduate degree (B.A., dual degree in Business Organizational Management and Human Performance Management, Summa Cum Laude) from Immaculata University and her master’s (M.S., Financial Services) from St. Joseph’s University.


    Heather A. Herrington earned her undergraduate degree (B.S, Criminal Justice, Cum Laude, 2000) from Marist College and her law degree (J.D., 2004) from Temple University Beasley School of Law.



    Christine Soares earned her undergraduate degree (B.A., English, 1995) from LaSalle University and her law degree (J.D., 2006) from Villanova University School of Law.



    Leslie Cano earned her undergraduate degree (B.S., Business Administration/Finance) from the University of Akron and her master’s (MBA) from Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business.



    Katrina Aikin earned her undergraduate degree (B.B.A., Economics) and an Executive Certificate in Financial Planning from Temple University.



    Judy Arnold earned her undergraduate degree (B.A., Communications-Journalism from Shippensburg University and her master’s (M.G.A.) General Administration and Marketing from the University of Maryland.



    Diane Barber earned her undergraduate degree ( B.A. Summa Cum Laude) from LaSalle University and her law degree (J.D.) from Duke University.



    Peg Calvario earned her undergraduate degree (B.S., Business Administration, 1980) from Kutztown University.



    Lisa Coleman earned her undergraduate degree (B.A.) from the University of Pennsylvania and her master’s (M.B.A., Healthcare and Finance) from St. Joseph’s University.

    Margaret Denton earned her undergraduate degree (B.A.) from Lincoln University, a (J.D.) from Temple University Beasley School of  Law, and her (M.B.A.) from Cornell University.



    Joanne Forsythe earned her undergraduate degree (B.A. in Business Administration with a specialization in Management) from Rowan University. 



    Larisa Golodner earned her undergraduate degree (B.S., Finance, 2002) from Drexel University and her master’s (M.B.A., Finance and MIS, 2004) from Drexel University.



    Lisa Hanson attended Temple University and Gwynedd-Mercy College.



    Doreen Mosher earned her undergraduate degree (B.S., Public Administration, 1990) from Shippensburg University.



    Lynn Mueller earned her undergraduate degree (B.A., dual degree in Computer Science and German) from LaSalle University and her master’s (M.B.A., Finance) from LaSalle University.

  • Tuesday, October 15, 2013 8:11 AM | Anonymous

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