Barbara Gelman

Andrea Layden

Carla Petri McMullen

Wendy Glazer

Frank Chudrow

Terry Conn

Professional experience

Teaching in the humanities at Curtis Institute and University of the Arts (1977-86)

Acting Director, College House Programs, Penn (1987-88)

Associate Vice Provost for University Life, Penn (1989-2009)

Community and volunteer experience

Volunteer and board member, JDRF, Philadelphia (1988-1995)

Board president (1990-1992)

Volunteer and board member, Welcome House Adoption Agency (1983-1989)

Volunteer and board member, Pearl S. Buck International (1993-current )

Society Hill Towers representative to SHCA (2006-2008)

Docent, Carpenters Hall (2012-2013)

Volunteer, Project Home (current)

Volunteer and board member, Powel House Garden (current)

Joe Dillon

My wife (Michelle) and I have lived in our current home at 3rd and Delancey for 6 years.  Prior to that we lived at 4th and Walnut for 5 years so I’m very familiar with the area.  I am currently a Director for a company in Wilmington, DE that specializes in handling mass tort settlements.  I manage many of the trust funds that were established as compensation for claimants who fell ill due to their exposure to asbestos.  I have degree in economics from Penn State University and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh.

Lorna Katz Lawson

Lorna Katz-Lawson is a practicing architect with John Lawson Architects. She has been a Society Hill resident since 1973, serving in various capacities both on and off the Board, including the Zoning and Historic Preservation Committee, a representative to the Crosstown Coalition and a member of the Steering Committee for SHCA’s Neighborhood Plan.

Robert Kramer

Mary Purcell

Mary has made Philadelphia her home for over 20 years. Her professional expertise is in project management and employee benefits administration, most recently as a principal at Mercer, a Marsh & McLennan company. Mary is on the Council at Society Hill Towers and is past chair of the Society Hill Towers Community PAC. She coordinates the annual SHCA social and currently chairs the Nominating and Elections Committee. Mary takes advantage of the many cultural and historic institutions Philadelphia has to offer, including the Philadelphia Orchestra and National Constitution Center.