Wednesday, February 10, 2016

New Chief of Staff in Managing Director's Office

Managing Director Rich Negrin appointed Brian Abernaty as his new Chief of Staff.

New Chief of Staff in Managing Director's Office


Philadelphia's Managing Director Rich Negrin on Monday appointed Brian Abernathy as his  new Chief of Staff. Abernathy replaces Steve Kennebeck who is leaving for a job with the federal government. 

Bridget Collins-Greenwald, who is currently Deputy Commissioner of Operations for the Department of Licenses and Inspections, will assume the position of Deputy Managing Director made vacant by Abernathy’s appointment.

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