The Campbell Soup Foundation, Camden, has elected Kim Fremont Fortunato president of its board. She is Campbell Soup Co.'s director, community affairs. Since 1953, the foundation has provided financial support to communities throughout the United States where Campbell employees live and work.
ACHIEVEability, a nonprofit organization in West Philadelphia that offers self-sufficiency programs for homeless and low-income, single-parent families, has elected Jim Mogan to its board. He will serve as the chair of the board's Development Committee. Mogan is a partner at Reed Smith L.L.P. and is the real estate practice group leader.
Pennsylvania Film Industry Association, Philadelphia, a statewide trade association for the film, television, and commercial industry, has elected Diane Heery chair. She is owner of Heery Loftus Casting in Philadelphia. Other officers include: Dana Michael, independent film producer and production coordinator, secretary; Ray Carballada, media content and advertising executive, vice chair; and Kevin McQuillan, owner of the McQuillan Group in Pittsburgh, treasurer.
Mark S. Bill has been named to the board of Dunmore Corp., Bristol, an engineered-films company. He is president of Bill Consulting Group L.L.C.
Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association, a statewide organization for physicians holding the doctor of osteopathic medicine degree, has elected Jennifer A. Lorine a trustee. Lorine maintains a private practice in Blue Bell and is a clinical instructor at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Ursinus College, Collegeville, has named alumnus Michael Marcon chair of its board of trustees, effective July 1. He is chairman and CEO of San Francisco-based Equity Risk Partners and replaces former Pennsylvania State Republican Committee chair Alan Novak. Michael Markman, cofounder and president of BET Investments, and David Rosvold, a clinical cardiologist at Mercer Bucks Cardiology, were named trustees.
Appraisers Association of America has elected Sebastian Clarke to a three-year term on its board. The association, established in 1949, is a national group of personal-property appraisers who focus on fine and decorative arts. Clarke directs estate services at Rago Auctions, Lambertville, and serves as a specialist in furnishings and decorative arts.
VWR Foundation, a Radnor charitable organization that supports the science community, has named Valerie Collado president of the foundation. Collado was one of five associates of VWR who established the foundation. She is director of corporate communications of VWR. Vey Garofalo was named a board member. She is vice president of sales for the E&MR/Healthcare segment at VWR.
Angel Osorio has been named to the board of Kitchen Cred, a nonprofit that strives to empower at-risk youth in the Philadelphia area by helping them cultivate life skills via cooking, nutrition knowledge, and kitchen competency. She is an adjunct professor of urban studies at Rutgers-Camden and the former community-justice director in the Camden County Prosecutor's Office.
Widener University, Chester, named the following to its board of trustees: Claire M. DeMatteis, senior vice president, general counsel, chief compliance officer, and corporate secretary of Affinity Health Plan; Glenn Eckard, vice president for business development for People 2.0, West Chester; Matthew Hartley, executive director of the Alliance for Higher Education and Democracy and professor at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education; Douglas M. Wolfberg, a founding member of the Mechanicsburg, Pa., law firm Page, Wolfberg & Wirth; and Samantha Krupa, a student in the physical therapy doctoral program at Widener.