Philadelphia Police Foundation Elects New Board Members

Dec 3 2010

The Philadelphia Police Foundation, a nonprofit, independent organization that strengthens and enhances the mission of the Philadelphia Police Department by providing resources not covered in the City budget, has elected six new members to its Board of Directors.

Robert Ciaruffoli, PPF President, said the newly elected members are:


Frank G. Bardonaro, Jr.
Vice President and Managing Director
Terex Americas Westport, CT.


William Bergman
Vice President/Chief of Staff
Temple University, Philadelphia


Joseph L. Carlini
McKean Defense Group, LLC, Philadelphia


Joan McDonald
Senior Vice President
Enrollment Management
Drexel University, Philadelphia


Roseann Oleyn
Philadelphia Weekly, Philadelphia


Frank M. Staves
Private Wealth Manager
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, Philadelphia

“We are pleased to welcome our new board members to the Philadelphia Police Foundation as they participate in decisions and support services that will help strengthen and enhance the operations and personnel of the Philadelphia Police Department.” Ciaruffoli said.

“The Foundation’s primary focus is to raise funds to bring back the Philadelphia Police Department’s Mounted Unit and to support its operations for the next two years until the City can incorporate its costs into the Department’s operating budget,” he added.

The Philadelphia Police Foundation,, engages business, professional and civic communities, and the general public in advancing the mission of the Philadelphia Police Department through collaborative initiatives, in-kind resources, training, and funding for the Department.