The Boardroom

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Cecelia Fitzgibbon (left) and Crystal Thompson.

Moore College of Art & Design president Cecelia Fitzgibbon has been named president of the Parkway Council board of directors. The council enhances, promotes, and advocates for the Parkway Museums District.

The ALS Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter, Ambler, has named the following board members: Tom McGivney, CEO at Aloysius Butler & Clark; Larry Mink, a retired Dow Chemical Co. chemist; Chris Munyan, president and CEO of CSS Industries Inc.; and Crystal Thompson, vice president of the enterprise information technology project management office at AmerisourceBergen.

Center in the Park, a senior community center in Vernon Park, has named Sanul Corrielus, a cardiologist, and Parri Frazier, a retired educator, to its board. Ernest Freeman, a retired city planner, was reelected president; Karen Leslie-Henry, director of outreach services for the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf, was elected vice president/president-elect; and Emilee Taylor, a retired art educator in the Philadelphia School District, was elected secretary.

Lisa C. McManus and Daniel J. Siegel have been elected to the board of the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Mechanicsburg. McManus is vice president and general counsel at Pennsylvania General Energy. Siegel is an attorney and technology consultant. Commonwealth Court Judge Bonnie B. Leadbetter of Montgomery County was elected treasurer.

Grant Thornton LLP partners and principals have reelected Jim Wittmer, a partner and East region practice leader for corporate strategic tax services, to the firm's partnership board.

After-School All-Stars Philadelphia has named Jeff Milmana to its advisory board. He is director of finance at Parkway Corp.

George Voegele, a member of Cozen O'Connor's labor and employment department, has been named to the board of the Homeless Advocacy Project. The nonprofit seeks to meet the legal and advocacy needs of homeless individuals and families in the Philadelphia region.

Pat Lusk, senior managing director and chief actuary of Voya Financial Inc., West Chester, has been named to the board of People's Light, Malvern.

Stephen Mullin, president and principal of Econsult Solutions, has joined the board of the Philadelphia Real Estate Council.

The nonprofit Center City Proprietors Association, Philadelphia, has elected to its board David Lane, president/CEO of advertising agency LevLane, and Chamor Hollinger, senior manager at PIDC.

Duane Morris LLP partner Alan C. Kessler has been reappointed to the Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority for a two-year term.

Symphony in C, Collingswood, has appointed to its board Joanne Connor, chief of staff to the president and liaison to the board of trustees of Rowan University, and Michael Sepanic, associate chancellor for external relations at Rutgers University-Camden.

Philabundance, Philadelphia, has named the following officers: Noel Eisenstat, principal of Noel Eisenstat LLP, chairman; Dixieanne James, vice president, strategic planning and business development, Einstein Healthcare Network, vice chair; John Hollway, associate dean and executive director, Quattrone Center for the Fair Administration of Justice, University of Pennsylvania Law School, vice chair; Karyn S. W. Polak, deputy general counsel, asset management group, PNC Bank NA, secretary; and Andrew Sandifer, vice president and treasurer of FMC Corp., treasurer.

Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer has elected the following: Jim Kuntz, real estate broker a appraiser, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Homesale Realty, president; Mike Finnegan, director of LabWare Holdings Inc., vice president, travel; Warren Beideman, senior vice president, Customers Bank, treasurer; Bill Fuller, senior manager of frequency converters, Amtrak, District 1 commissioner; Jon Consadene, attorney-senior trial associate at Del Collo & Mazzanti LLP, District 2 commissioner; Lennie Brown, warehouse manager, Premium Building Products, District 3 commissioner; Erik McKitish, director of marketing and communications, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Air Port, District 4 commissioner; Kurt Risch, education and training specialist, Penn State-Wilkes-Barre, District 5 commissioner; and Donna Outt, District 6 commissioner. - Mike Zebe