On the Boards

William E. Decker has been elected president of the Rotary Club of Philadelphia, a nonprofit humanitarian service organization. He is president and chief operating officer of the Hub Meeting & Event Centers in Philadelphia.

 

 

 

The Foreign Policy Research Institute, a nonprofit foreign-policy think tank, has elected Marina Kats and Mark E. Kronenberg to its board of trustees. Kats is a founding partner of the law firm Kats, van der Veen & Associates. Kronenberg is vice president, international business development, for Boeing Defense, Space & Security.

 

 

 

David J. Adelman has been named chairman of the Philadelphia Holocaust Remembrance Foundation, a nonprofit education group working to build an educational center on the Holocaust and genocide on 16th Street and the Parkway. He is president and CEO of Philadelphia-based Campus Apartments.

 

Elizabeth M. Garcia has been appointed president of the Burlington County Bar Foundation and secretary of the Burlington County Bar Association. She is a shareholder at the Mount Laurel law firm of Parker McCay.

 

 

 

Jerry J. Maginnis has been elected vice president of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants, a professional association. Maginnis is managing partner for KPMG's Philadelphia office.

 

National Association of Insurance & Financial Advisors-Pennsylvania has elected the following officers and board members for 2012-13: B. Douglas Trainer, vice president and senior financial consultant with National Penn Bank in Pottstown, is president; Eric Weinberg, manager, financial services, with Prudential Financial, is president-elect; David L. Barrist, vice president of Barrist Insurance Group, Bala Cynwyd, is vice president; Joseph G. Marrazzo Jr., president of Marrazzo & Associates Financial Group, Harrisburg, is treasurer; William P. Krause, a financial-services representative with MassMutual Financial Group in Allentown, is national committeeman; Carina Hatfield, an agent with Weigner, Trainer & Floyd Insurance Agency, Nationwide Insurance, Pottstown, is regional vice president; and Ida M. Gates, general agent with IMG Insurance Services, and David E. Punt, an agent with State Farm Insurance, Harrisburg, are board members.

 

 

 

Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations, a trade group that provides policy development, advocacy, and services to member organizations and community-development corporations, has elected the following board members: Marcus Allen, CEO of ACHIEVEability; Maria Gonzalez, vice president of HACE; Melissa Kim, director of the North Fifth Street Revitalization Project at the Korean Community Development Services Center; and Kira Strong, vice president of community development at the People's Emergency Center.

 

 

 

Turning Points for Children, a Philadelphia nonprofit human services agency, has elected Robert Clements Jr. first vice president. He is a senior associate at Creative Financial Group, Newtown Square. James A. Stavros, director at Forensic Resolutions Inc., Philadelphia and Haddonfield, is a new board member.

 

The New Jersey Supreme Court has appointed John C. Connell to the board of trustees of the IOLTA Fund of the Bar of New Jersey, a statewide trust that generates funds to provide legal assistance to the poor, improvements to the administration of justice, and legal education to the public. Connell is a partner and shareholder in Archer & Greiner P.C., Haddonfield.

 

 

 

Anthony B. Haller, a partner and Employment, Benefits and Labor Practice Group leader at Blank Rome L.L.P., has been elected an at-large trustee of the American Inns of Court.

 

 

 

— Mike Zebe