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June 11, 2015
6:00 PM

2014 Awards Reception photos

In Person

Union League
40 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
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The MS Leaders Circle is composed of upwardly mobile business professionals in the Greater Delaware Valley who want to make a difference in their community by undertaking a fundraising campaign to benefit local people living with multiple sclerosis. Honorees will also have the option to join a community service project where they will personally make a difference in the MS community.

A typical MS Leaders Circle honoree has already made substantial contributions to civic, business and cultural endeavors in the region — but wants to do more to give back. Honorees are either nominated by a peer or nominate themselves.

Since its inception, MS Leaders Circle has raised more than $2 million to fund research for a cure and address the challenges of everyone affected by MS. This program helps the more than 15,000 local people living with the disease connect to the people, programs and resources they need to live their best lives. Participants who meet our fundraising goals are honored at an awards ceremony with former 76ers President, Pat Croce.

Honoree responsibilities:

  • Raise a minimum of $1,500 through a special gifts campaign with guidance and support from Society staff
  • Set and publish a fundraising goal
  • Provide a biographical sketch including photo (can be taken at Awards Ceremony)
  • Attend the awards reception
  • Nominate individuals for future MS Leaders Circles
  • Participate in group community service project (optional)
     

2014 Leaders Circle honorees:
 

Reginald Amoa, KPMG LLP

Peter Arbes, Campus Apartments

Matthew Asciutto, First Financial Group

Angela Barnshaw, Agent06, LLC

Sean Blackwell, EisnerAmper LLP

Harry Buchman, Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Randyl Case, Region's Business Magazine

Kristin Collins, Vanguard

Melissa Dolin, Fox Rothschild LLP

Sarah F. Dooley, Duffy + Partners

Thomas Dowling, Conestoga Bank

Nick Ferraro, Nestle Waters North America

Alyson Filippone, Ernst & Young

Michael Finnegan, Target

Paul Gambone, Connor, Weber and Oberlies

Jenna Grasley, JPMorgan Chase

Karen Hansen, Anderson Kill

Michael Hertz, LBC Credit Partners

Chris Johnson, Janney Montgomery Scott LLC

Susan Kane, OT Solutions, LLC

Andrea Kirshenbaum, Post & Schell, P.C.

David Kovsky, Royer Cooper Cohen Braunfeld LLC

Joanne Lewers, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

Lisa Lori, Klehr Harrison Harvey Branzburg, LLP

Andrew Maass, BRR Architecture

Kate Marlys, Philly PR Girl

Mary-Helen McCulloch, Malvern Preparatory School

Justine McGinley, BDO

James Meehan, Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP

Regine Metellus, University of Pennsylvania, School of Social Policy & Practice

Michael Mignogna, PricewaterhouseCoopers

Nicole Nucci, McGladery, LLP

Robert O'Brien, Cohen Seglias

Gregory Pera, Glenmede

Alexander Petras, MyManagedTech

Matthew Ray, ChatterBlast Media

Janet Readinger, Arcadia University

Jake Reynolds, Philadelphia 76ers

Randi Rubin, Klehr Harrison Harvey Branzburg LLP

Stephen Sala, BC Technologies

Brad Segal, Comcast

Joanne Szupka, BDO USA LLP

David Tusio, City of Philadelphia, Mayor Nutter's Office

Fran Walish, The Baldwin School

Ken Washington, Laborers District Council of Metropolitan Area of Philadelphia

Evan Wilbert, Philadelphia Water Department

 

 

Contact information

Colby Accola
Colby.Accola@nmss.org
215-271-1500

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