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Turning Points for Children Announces New Board President,
First and Second Vice Presidents, New Directors, Advisors
Philadelphia, PA – December 12, 2010 — Turning Points for Children, the Philadelphia nonprofit which has provided 175 years of support and services for families with children struggling against difficult economic and environmental challenges, announced a new board president; first and second vice presidents; and new board directors and advisory committee members for 2010-2011.
Thomas B. White will serve as president of the board of
He is based in Moorestown, NJ as vice president of sales at
Diana E. McCarthy, Esq., a partner at Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, Philadelphia,
Dana J. Ash, Esq., a partner with Duane Morris LLP, was elected second vice
Named to the board of directors of Turning Points for Children:
Nandi Jones-Clement is Vice President, Business Development, KRA Corporation,
Robert Clements is senior associate at Creative Financial Group, Newtown Square;
David M. Harwitz, MD, is an adult, child and adolescent psychiatrist for Center for
Rick Kraemer is director of sales and marketing at Gedae, Inc., Moorestown, NJ;
Melanie Redmond Quackenbush, MBA, is a member of the Endowment and
Herman L. Wood, Jr., is director of business development for U.S. Facilities, Inc. -
New to the advisory committee of Turning Points for Children are:
Stephen J. Gaus is a partner at Opti-Script, Inc., headquartered in State College,
William H. Haines, IV, is senior vice president, director of client services, at
Celeste M. Johnson, MSS, PhD, is an assistant professor at the Center for Social
Ann Nicholas was director of operations of all health centers for the Philadelphia
Fred D. Poellnitz, EdD, is professor, business administration, at Peirce College;
Lisa M. Whitcomb, Esq., is senior vice president and managing director of wealth
Now celebrating its 175th year of service to the Philadelphia community, Turning Points for Children provides proven, innovative programs that nurture families with children struggling against difficult economic and environmental odds. Their approach includes after-school family programs, teen parent education, assistance to relative caregivers, and in-home services to children who are at risk for potential abuse and neglect.
They provide the critical resources, life skills and supportive partnerships needed to create stronger families and raise children with the hope for brighter futures.
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