BLOCS (Business Leadership Organized for Catholic Schools), has named the following people to its board of directors for 2011-2012:
Michael G. O’Neill – Chairman; CEO and Founder, Preferred Unlimited, Conshohocken
Archbishop Charles Chaput – Honorary Chairman; Archdiocese of Philadelphia
Brian McElwee – President; Valley Forge Investment Corporation
Michael Young – Vice President, Classic Management
Francis Van Kirk – Secretary, Heidrick & Struggles
Brian Gallagher – Treasurer, GMS Surgent
Daniel Astolfi – Board Member, Citizens Bank
Charles Bernier –Board Member, ECBM, Inc.
Jerry Buckley – Board Member, PriceWaterhouseCoopers
Alvin Clay, III – Board Member, Davidson Trust Company
Kevin Czachor – Board Member, ASD, Inc.
Joseph Donnelly – Board Member, NBC Universal
Lawrence Doyle – Board Member
John Eisele – Board Member
Sean Fahey – Board Member, Pepper Hamilton, LLP
Bishop Michael Fitzgerald – Board Member, Archdiocese of Philadelphia
Sean Flynn – Board Member, Flynn & O’Hara
Michael Holly – Board Member, The Musser Group
Suzanne Mayes – Board Member, Cozen O’Connor
John McDonald – Board Member, PECO Energy
Matthew McFillin – Board Member, KPMG Philadelphia
Jay Moderski – Board Member, Gateway Funding
Richard Raquet – Board Member, TRC Market Research
Don Saleski – Board Member, PRN Network
Michael Savage – Board Member, PTR Baler & Compactor
Bernie Shields – Board Member, M&T Bank
William Streich – Board Member, Holt Logistics Corporation
Matthew Taylor – Board Member, Duane Morris, LLP
Matthew Topley – Board Member, Turner Investment Partners
Brian Vesey – Board Member, PNC Bank
Michael Yasik – Board Member, Shire Pharmaceutical
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