ADVISORY BOARD

Trusted. Respected. Affiliates.

Advisory Board and Members

Ed Satell, Chairman

Anthony J. Conti, Executive Vice Chairman

Marc Brownstein, Vice Chair, Membership

Larry Dubinski, Vice Chair, Nonprofit Affiliates

John L. Walsh, Vice Chair, Conferences

Business

  • Mark Baiada, Chairman, Bayada Home Healthcare International
  • Michael Barron, Partner, Vinland Ventures
  • Nick Bertram, CEO, Giant Food Stores
  • Marc Brownstein, CEO, Brownstein Group
  • Tom Caramanico, President, McCormick Taylor
  • David DeStefano, CEO, Vertex, Inc.
  • James (Jim) Dever Jr., President, Bank of America
  • Joe Dougherty, CEO, Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney
  • Kevin Duffy, President, Tozour Energy Systems
  • Brian Effron, CEO, Healthcare Administrative Partners
  • John Emery, Managing Director, J.P. Morgan
  • Daniel K. Fitzpatrick, President, Citizens Bank
  • Ed Forst, CEO, Lincoln Investment Planning
  • Louis W. (Lou) Fryman, Partner, Chairman, Fox Rothschild (ret), Attorney, Conrad O’Brien
  • Stanley Ginsburg, Founder, Stan & Arlene Ginsburg Foundation
  • Morey Goldberg, Founder, Dena & Morey Goldberg Family Fund
  • Josh Gross, CEO, Mill Creek Capital Advisors
  • Philip Jaurigue, CEO, Sabre Systems
  • Michael Innocenzo, CEO, PECO
  • Barry Kahan, Founder, Kahan Family Fund
  • Bruce Kardon, Founder & CIO, Conservest Capital Advisors
  • Robert (Bobby) Keyes, General Manager, Enterprise Holdings Inc. (ret)
  • Regina Black Lennox, Vice President and Chief of Staff, Satell Institute
  • Malik Majeed, CEO, PRWT Services, Inc.
  • William (Bill) McNabb, Chairman, The Vanguard Group
  • Henri Moore, Global Director of Community Engagement, DuPont
  • David Rosenberg, Founder, The David & Marjorie Rosenberg Family Foundation
  • Ronald Sandmeyer, Jr., CEO, Sandmeyer Steel
  • Bill Sasso, Chairman, Stradley Ronon
  • Casey Satell, Director of Institutional Giving, The Franklin Institute
  • Matthew Satell, Senior Digital Marketing Manager, Catalyst Media
  • Les Seskin, Chairman, Brookwood
  • Paul Silberberg, CEO, Concierge Insurance Solutions, Inc.
  • John Francis Smith III, Partner, Reed Smith (ret) Chairman Emeritus, Global Philadelphia
  • Mark Solomon, Founder, Mark & Paula Solomon Family Fund
  • Denise Sullivan, Vice President, Philadelphia Flyers Charities
  • Gerry Toscani, CEO, Paris Corporation
  • Dan Tropeano, CEO, United Healthcare
  • John L. Walsh, CEO, UGI Corporation

Nonprofit

  • Gwen Borowsky, CEO, National Liberty Museum
  • Frank Cervone, CEO, Support Center for Child Advocates
  • Larry Dubinski, CEO, The Franklin Institute
  • Alan Luxenberg, CEO, Foreign Policy Research Institute
  • Michael Quinn, President Emeritus, Museum of the American Revolution
  • Siobhan Reardon, CEO, Free Library of Philadelphia
  • Craig Snyder, CEO, World Affairs Council of Philadelphia
  • Doug Tieman, CEO, Caron Foundation

 

Academic Leaders

  • John Elliott, Dean, School of Business, University of Connecticut
  • John L. Jackson, Jr, Dean, School of Social Policy & Practice, University of Pennsylvania
  • Edward (Ed) Turzanski, Templeton Fellow, FPRI
  • Peter Frumkin, Ex Officio, Founding Research Director, Center Chair, University of Pennsylvania

 

Central PA Board

    • Robert (Bob) Beard, President, UGI Utilities
    • Mike Duff, CLO, Penske
    • Richard (Dick) Ehst, President, Customers Bank
    • Dan Kravitz, Executive Director, Middle Market, JPMorgan Chase & Co
    • Gary Langmuir, CEO, Wohlsen Construction Company
    • Butch Potter, CEO, Martins Snacks
    • Mike Shirk, CEO, High Industries
    • Steve Tansey, York Container (ret) Tansey Family Fund
    • John Weidenhammer, CEO, Weidenhammer

 

Nonprofit 

    • Matt Aaron, CEO, Special Olympics of Pennsylvania
    • Paul Kappel, CEO, Junior Achievement of Southeastern PA
    • Doug Tieman, CEO,  Caron Foundation
“I’ve known about the Satell Institute since it was first conceived and have witnessed its roster of impressive members grow and evolve. We’re at a seminal moment for CSR work right now, and there has been tremendous enthusiasm building over the past five years. We were drawn to the Satell Institute because of their stellar reputation, but also because they are fully endowed, which is important. A lot of nonprofits can get bogged down with the (very necessary but time-consuming) work of constant fundraising. Being fully-endowed allows us to free up time to focus on the issues.”
brian effron
cEO, Healthcare Administrative Partners
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