Alfred W. Taubenberger has served as a member of the Philadelphia Parking Authority Board since 2001. Mr. Taubenberger served as an at-large member of the Philadelphia City Council from 2016 to 2020 and was President of the Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce from 1991-2015. The child of German parents
Mark C. Nicastre is the founder of Fitler Square Strategies, a communications firm with a focus on crisis communications, issue advocacy, and strategic communications. Mark led communications for Governor Tom Wolf for nearly eight years, overseeing media relations, digital communications, and marketing for the Governor and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Lynette M. Brown-Sow is a lifelong Philadelphian who has dedicated her career to the organization, development, and wellness of communities. She has acted for more than 50 years in the public and private sectors as a strategic consultant, change agent, and connector. Brown-Sow’s definitive approach to her work has three
Patricia Furlong, Esquire, is a member of the Delaware and Pennsylvania Bar. She is a graduate of the University of Delaware and Delaware Law School of Widener University. She began her legal career in private practice and was appointed as deputy attorney general for the Delaware Attorney General’s Office. After
Beth Grossman, Esquire, is a 1993 graduate of Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law. Since then, she has had a long legal career in the public sector, serving as a prosecutor in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office for over 20 years and as Chief of Staff of the