Philadelphia Police Foundation Names New Board Members, Re-Elects Members To Board Of Directors
The non-profit Philadelphia Police Foundation has elected two new board members and has re-elected eight current board members to new terms.
The newly-elected board members are Judith L. Mondre, Founder and President of Mondre Energy, Inc., of Philadelphia, and Bradley J. Korman, Co-CEO of Korman Communities, of Plymouth Meeting.
Re-elected to new terms on the board are John K. Binswanger, Chairman, Binswanger Companies; John McNesby, President, Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #5; Joseph Carlini, CEO, McKean Defense Group, LLC; Janice Tangradi, Market Manager, 7-Eleven; Matt Rovine, Senior Account Manager, WMMR-FM; Lee Daney, President, North Star Strategies, Inc.; William Bergman, Vice President and Chief of Staff, Temple University; and Lawrence Rubin, owner of Rubin Public Relations.
“The Philadelphia Police Foundation in 2014 had a record year for fundraising. As a result, we were able to fund equipment, programs and training requests that were needed for the Philadelphia Police Department,” said Maureen Rush, PPF Board President and Vice President for Public Safety and Superintendent of Police at the University of Pennsylvania.
“This record year was made possible by the outstanding efforts and support of our board of directors, all of whom volunteer their time and expertise to fulfill our foundation’s mission to provide the Philadelphia Police Department with the important tools it needs to maintain a safe environment for every citizen, business person and visitor in Philadelphia,” Rush added.
About Philadelphia Police Foundation
The Philadelphia Police Foundation (www.phillypolicefoundation.org) was established in 1999 by civic and corporate leaders in the Philadelphia region as “A Force Behind the Shield.” In the past two years, the PPF has raised and distributed over $500,000 for equipment, programs and training not included in the city’s budgets, but of immediate importance to the Police Department.