The Museum of the American Revolution

has elected

Stephen Schwab

to its board. He is a partner in the Chicago office of the global law firm of DLA Piper LLP (US). He will complete the term of

Carl Buchholz,

vice chairman of the museum's board and a partner with DLA Piper, who died this year.

Laura Powers, chief marketing officer of Furia Rubel Communications Inc., Doylestown, has been elected to the board of directors of the Legal Marketing Association's Northeast region.

The Public Interest Law Center, a nonprofit law firm that helps vulnerable populations gain access to basic resources, has elected Hyung Steele, a partner in the litigation and dispute resolution department of Pepper Hamilton LLP, to its board of directors.

Karen Madotto, branch manager of Penn Community Bank in Bensalem, has been elected president of the Feasterville Business Association. She replaces William Wiegman Jr., retired chief of police of Lower Southampton Township, who will remain on the executive board.

Other elected officers include: Rick Tyrrell, owner of Cheese Dawgs restaurant, Feasterville, vice president; Dennis Markowitz, retired founder and chief operating officer of the Financial Group Plus family of companies, Southampton, treasurer; Linda Pupkiewicz, assistant director of the Lower Southampton Township Library, recording secretary; Tracy Freels, Lower Southampton Township auditor, financial secretary; Diane Fetscher, a financial adviser at Edward Jones Investments in Center City, corresponding secretary; and Michael R. Lesher, senior project manager for Regal Properties Inc., Langhorne, sergeant-at-arms.

New board members include: Stewart Gritz, president of Junk King of Bucks County, Feasterville; Jim Kelly, president of Jim Kelly Public Adjusters, Bensalem; and Pradeep Kohli, assistant vice president and branch manager of Univest Bank, Bensalem. Retained directors are Stu Coren, president of Rosen-Coren marketing and public-relations agency, Langhorne; Susan Harrison, co-owner of Greater Philadelphia Abstract Co., Trevose; and Linda Lowney, co-owner of Town & Country Kennel Inc., Langhorne.

The Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners has named the following board members: Mazda Miles, chapter president, principal of Perfection Events, Philadelphia; Ana Fernandez-Parmet, president-elect and alliance cochair, president of Parmetech, Havertown; Nanci Raphael, vice president, Power Friday and education cochair, an executive coach and founder of Leadership & Executive Development, Ambler; Sharon Lewis-Gregg, treasurer and governance chair, CEO of Greater Philadelphia Association Management Group, Bala Cynwyd; Lisa Tierney, secretary and marketing chair, president of Tierney Coaching & Consulting Inc., Fort Washington.

Julie Smith, immediate past president, is CEO of OpenSpark, Langhorne; Christina M. Reger, membership cochair and Bucks County Power Friday host, is an attorney at Bazelon Less & Feldman PC, Philadelphia; Donna Baldino, corporate-partner chair, is national account manager at IMS Technology Services, Garnet Valley; McKenzie Frankel, membership cochair, is associate planner at Entrust Financial LLC, Wayne. Renee Brandon, alliance cochair, is principal of Open Door Expressions LLC, Landenberg; Abbe Kligerman, Power Friday cochair, is president of, Conshohocken; Archima Major, advocacy chair, is president of Eye Innovations LLC., Drexel Hill; Angela Megasko, membership cochair, is president of Market Viewpoint LLC, Glenmoore.

Mary Ann Murtha, education cochair and Bucks County Power Friday host, is owner of A Never Ending Basket, Philadelphia; Cheryl Squadrito, programs cochair, is president of Media Friendly Public Relations, Haddonfield; Melissa Toler, programs cochair, is president of Melissa Toler LLC, Philadelphia; and Jane Barr Horstman, executive director, is owner of Jane Barr Horstman & Associates, Fort Washington. - Mike Zebe