Lourdes Health System, Camden, appointed Robin B. Weinstein to the fund-raising committee of its Health Foundation Board. He is a professor at Wilmington University College of Business, where he is the chair of the Human Resource Management Program.
Martina Wilson-Farmer, a vice president at PNC Wealth Management, was appointed to the finance committee. Leonard Wood and Michael Bonner have been named board members. Wood is the managing member of Wade, Long, Wood & Kennedy L.L.C. Bonner is a partner at Stradley Ronon.
Settlement Music School, Philadelphia, has elected five new officers and three new members to its central board of directors.
New officers of the central board include Philip Russo, chief administrative officer, Delaware Investments, treasurer; Benjamin Auger, retired vice president at Boenning & Scattergood, assistant treasurer; Kyle Ruffin, founder of K. Ruffin & Associates, vice president of the Camden branch; Joel Smith, president and CEO of J.F. Smith & Associates, vice president of the Kardon-Northeast branch; Amy Hughart, founder of Amy Hughart Communications, vice president of the Wynnefield branch.
Central board members include Andrew Eisenstein, founder and managing director of Ironstone Strategic Capital Partners; Jeannine Burky Webber, senior vice president of Brown Brothers Harriman, and Donald Haskin, director of community relations for Citigroup.
The Philadelphia Area Chapter of Meeting Professionals International has named Anne Madden president. She is senior sales manager at Hiltons of Washington.
Named board members were Laura Lee Wren, group-sales manager at Split Rock Resort & Casino; Shira Baumstein, senior event planner at SEI; Julie Rice, sales manager at Revel Entertainment; Cathy DosSantos, senior director, account management at Maritz Travel Co.; Dan Love, partner at Catering by Design; Judi McLaughlin, managing director at Helms Briscoe; Nicole Benner, client-events manager at Blank Rome L.L.P.; Catherine Diem, director of worldwide accounts at Hilton Worldwide; Laila Ea, senior sales manager at Inn at Penn, a Hilton hotel; Judy Flanagan, principal at Independent Planner; Melanie Forman, president at Greater Philadelphia Association Management Group; Jeanne Gray, U.S. meeting and event planner at GlaxoSmithKline; Lawrence Treu, sales manager at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa; and Katelyn Weeks, director of conferences and events for MSFC, a conference and meeting planning manager.
Linda L. Ammons and Dan Phelan have been named to the board of WHYY, the Philadelphia public-media provider. Ammons is associate provost and dean of Widener University School of Law. Phelan is a retired senior adviser to the CEO at GlaxoSmithKline.
Bethesda Project, a Philadelphia nonprofit serving the homeless, named the following board members: Naomi Post Street, president of PLS L.L.C., a private consulting business specializing in management, strategic planning, and technical assistance to foundations, government agencies, and nonprofit corporations; Guillermo Salas Jr., president and founder of the Hispanic Association of Contractors and Enterprises, a nonprofit community economic-development corporation; Susan M. Glessner-Stickley, president of Stratus Inc., a strategic-management consultancy; and Karen A. Zurlo, an assistant professor in the School of Social Work at Rutgers University and an affiliate of the Center for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research.
Walnut Street Theatre, founded in 1809 in Philadelphia, named Denise D. Hodgson chairwoman of its board of trustees. She is director and vice president of Catholic Charities Appeal.
Insurance Society of Philadelphia, a nonprofit founded in 1901, named Russell R. Shaner president. He most recently served as regional claims director for AAA NCNU Insurance Exchange (the successor organization to AAA Mid-Atlantic Insurance Group).