Community Hero Award
Co-founders, Universal Companies

Kenneth Gamble is widely known for having written, produced, recorded, and published more than 3,000 songs performed by artists such as The Jackson Five, Teddy Pendergrass, Patti LaBelle, and many others. Along with partner Leon Huff, he co-founded several record companies, including Philadelphia International Records.

The Grammy Award winning songwriting and production duo Gamble and Huff have won nearly every major musical award in the U.S. including being inducted into the National Academy of Songwriters Hall of Fame, the Disco Hall of Fame, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. They also won Europe’s most prestigious Ivor Novello Award. Their catalog has secured 80 #1 Hits; 200+ Top #100 Hits; 175 Gold/Platinum Albums; #1 R&B Publisher Worldwide; #8 Pop Publisher Worldwide; and one of Gamble and Huff’s records is reportedly played every 13 minutes worldwide.

Mr. Gamble has founded or helped to build numerous organizations that had a sole purpose of helping uplift and empower the African-American community, including the African American Foundation, The Universal Community of Truth, the South Philadelphia Ministries Task Force, The Philadelphia Music Foundation, and Universal Companies, which he co-founded with his wife Faatimah Gamble.

Faatimah Gamble’s acumen for business began early as a student at Bok Vocational School in South Philadelphia. She continued her education at Temple University and later became certified as a Protocol and Etiquette Consultant from the International School of Protocol in Washington, D.C. Mrs. Gamble developed character building and social etiquette programs which she has implemented with hundreds of adolescents over the last 30 years, encouraging self-esteem among urban youth.

Currently, Mrs. Gamble joins radio personality, Mimi Brown of WDAS, Philly’s R&B and Classic Soul radio station, to deliver health centered messages and words of wisdom through haiku poetry to the Philadelphia region. Mrs. Gamble is a published poet who has earned numerous awards and has been recognized by city and state officials for her dedication to health and wellness. In 2013, she was recognized by Philadelphia City Council for her commitment to helping impoverished communities and families across the nation, and by the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for her charitable and community achievements. She’s also been named one of Philadelphia Tribune’s Most Influential African American Leaders.

In the past two decades since Mr. and Mrs. Gamble founded Universal, it has improved the quality of life for thousands of children and families residing in historically disenfranchised communities. To date, Universal has been the conduit for more than $1.5 billion of real estate development and investment and currently educates more than 4,500 students in ten public charter schools (K-12). The company is also one of the largest African-American led businesses in Philadelphia, employing nearly 650 professionals.

Since the inception, more than 25,000 individuals have benefited from the programs, workshops and events implemented by Universal’s wellness program, The Wellness of You, led by Mrs. Gamble. In addition to the Celebrate Wellness Expo and the Annual Wellness Breakfast for Men, it also includes an annual children’s wellness health fair for nearly 3,000 students and their families. The Wellness of You program implements character building/self-esteem training programs for adolescents, known respectively as The Pearls of Wisdom and From Boys to Men.

Corporate Leadership Award
Chairman & CEO, FS Investments

Michael Forman is the Chairman and CEO of FS Investments, an alternative investments asset manager. Michael founded FS in 2007 after a successful career as both a corporate and securities lawyer and a serial entrepreneur. The firm is an outgrowth of Michael’s simple vision: help investors access alternative sources of income, growth and diversification formerly available to only large institutions and the wealthiest individuals.

Over the last 13 years, FS Investments has grown from a small, innovative start-up to an organization that manages nearly $25 billion in assets and a growing suite of solutions designed to help financial advisors, individuals and institutions achieve a variety of financial goals. With five offices and over 350 employees, the firm has been recognized as an industry leader. FS Investments was named one of “Philly’s Coolest Companies” by Philadelphia Magazine in 2015 and one of Greater Philadelphia’s Healthiest Employers by the Philadelphia Business Journal in 2019.

A native of northern New Jersey, Michael attended the University of Rhode Island. He graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a BA in Political Science and he went on to earn a JD from Rutgers Law School. In 2013, Michael was named the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year for Greater Philadelphia.

Michael lives in the Society Hill neighborhood of Philadelphia with his wife and three daughters who, as a family, created a foundation that devotes resources to civic and charitable organizations supporting education, the arts, childhood nutrition, women’s rights and animal welfare. In 2021, Michael cofounded the Forman Arts Initiative (FAI) with his wife, Jennifer Rice. FAI is a platform to connect and support artists and cultural organizations in Philadelphia through programming, exhibition commissions, financial support and advocacy.

Michael’s commitment to the Philadelphia region extends to board service at several institutions, including Drexel University, the Center City District Foundation and the Barnes Foundation. He also serves as the Founding Co-Chair of the Philadelphia Equity Alliance. His civic leadership has garnered recognition by the community and his peers, including the 2019 Americanism Award from the Anti-Defamation League of Philadelphia as well as a special honor from Mural Arts Philadelphia in 2017 for his dedication to the city’s public art initiatives. In 2019, Mr. Forman cofounded Fitler Club, a diverse and civically engaged private lifestyle club located in Center City, Philadelphia.

Alumni Achievement Award
Cardiology Fellow, Cooper University Health Care

Born in Sierra Leone, Dr. Samura was impressed by the work of military doctors during the civil war while growing up there, sparking his interest in the medical field. His decision to become a doctor was cemented after his father had to undergo emergency surgery that saved his life.

In 2004, Dr. Samura moved to the United States on his own. Over the next six years, while working as a nurse’s aide, and later a nurse, to support himself and his family, he pursued his undergraduate degree at Community College of Philadelphia and then the University of Pennsylvania.

After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Samura went on to study at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee. In 2017 he began his residency at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) where he served a diverse patient population with varying pathologies. He focused his research interest on health care disparities. After his training at UTHealth, Dr. Samura came back to the Philadelphia area as a cardiology fellow at Cooper University Health Care. Dr. Samura is interested in pursuing interventional cardiology subspecialty training.

Throughout his training, Dr. Samura continues to be a mentor to underrepresented minorities and hopes to influence the next generation of physicians.

He is married to Hawa Samura; his best friend for nearly 18 years.

Lifetime Service Award
Former President and CEO, Independence Health Group

From 2010 until the end of 2020, Daniel J. Hilferty served as the president and chief executive officer of Independence Health Group (Independence), parent of Independence Blue Cross, one of the nation’s leading health insurers.

During his tenure, the company nearly tripled in size by expanding through its affiliates to serve 8 million people nationwide and built business collaborations with world-renowned institutions.

Mr. Hilferty is a sought-after speaker on leadership, transforming health care, and the role of technology and big data, and has appeared on numerous national media. He is among a select group of nonpartisan health care leaders called upon by government leaders for advice on health care reform.

Mr. Hilferty is a member of the boards of directors for Essential Utilities, Inc. and FS Investment Corporation III. He recently served as the board chair of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association and is the immediate past chair of the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia. In 2015, he served as cochair on the executive leadership cabinet of the World Meeting of Families which brought Pope Francis to Philadelphia.

Community Hero Award
Former President and CEO, WURD Radio

Sara Lomax-Reese is the President and CEO of WURD Radio, LLC, Pennsylvania’s only African-American owned talk radio station. She transformed WURD Radio from a legacy talk radio station to a multimedia communications company providing cutting-edge, original programming on-air, online and through community events. In 2017, Sara led the expansion of 900AM-WURD to the FM dial.

A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, Sara has written for many publications, including The Philadelphia Inquirer and Essence Magazine, as well as contributed to a book of essays, “Our Black Sons Matter.”

Sara also served as an adjunct professor at Oglethorpe University, and she taught a collaborative course at the University of Pennsylvania. Sara completed the Harvard Business School’s Executive Leadership program in 2018, and this year she will attend the Media Transformation Challenge at Harvard Kennedy School.

Sara has received numerous awards, and was most recently named one of the “100 Most Influential Philadelphians” by Philadelphia Magazine. She sits on a variety of boards and has participated on the Federal Communications Commission’s Broadcast Diversity and Development Working Group of the Advisory Committee on Diversity and Digital Empowerment. Sara is also co-founder of Philadelphia’s People of Color meditation group, and is the proud mother of three boys.

Alumni Achievement Award
Manager and Buyer, Joan Shepp

Tuesday Gordon is one of the most influential fashion professionals in Philadelphia and on the east coast. After nearly four decades, Tuesday is at the forefront of the industry and many of the city’s most stylish people turn to her when it comes to fashion.

Her career began with positions at The Limited, Joan and David, and Toby Lerner. For the past 20 years, she has held dual roles as buyer and manager at Joan Shepp, a Philadelphia institution. She was also the stylist for the television program “You Bet Your Life.” An avid traveler, her trips around the globe have enhanced her unique fashion sense.

Nineteen years ago, Tuesday founded “Celebrating Women of Substance and Style,” an annual Black History Month event to honor black women who make a difference. It has grown into a highly anticipated event with a portion of ticket sales donated to charity. Tuesday has also raised money for Hurricane Katrina victims, and is a volunteer for Planned Parenthood and the Women’s Medical Fund. She also volunteered for President Obama and Hillary Clinton’s campaigns, and has been a speaker and mentor at Moore College and Drexel University.

Corporate Leadership Award

Comcast Corporation is a global media and technology company with three primary businesses: Comcast Cable, NBCUniversal, and Sky. Comcast Cable is one of the United States’ largest video, high-speed internet, and phone providers to residential customers under the Xfinity brand, and also provides these services to businesses. In addition, the Xfinity brand provides wireless, security and automation services. NBCUniversal is global and operates news, entertainment and sports cable networks; the NBC and Telemundo broadcast networks; television production operations; television station groups; Universal Pictures; and Universal Parks and Resorts. Sky is one of Europe's leading media and entertainment companies, connecting customers to a broad range of video content through its pay television services. It also provides communications services, including residential high-speed internet, phone, and wireless services. Sky operates the Sky News broadcast network and sports and entertainment networks, produces original content, and has exclusive content rights.

Community Hero Award
Safety, Philadelphia Eagles

As a true student of the game, a dynamic playmaker from the safety position, and a tireless philanthropist in the community, Malcolm Jenkins is a pillar in the Philadelphia Eagles locker room and in the communities in which he has lived, worked and played, including his home state of New Jersey, Louisiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania.


Jenkins earned a Super Bowl ring with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2018, and as a rookie with the New Orleans Saints in 2010 after being originally selected by the Saints with the 14th-overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft. Malcolm joined the Eagles in 2014 and lauded Pro Bowl honors with the Eagles in 2015, 2017 and most recently, in 2018. As a team Captain, his impact on the field has garnered multiple awards, including team leader for most solo tackles (2017), his fourth NFC Defensive Player of the Week award (2016), in his 100th career start, became and remains the only player in Eagles history to register three consecutive seasons with an INT-TD, and this past season was one of only three NFL players on the field for all of his team’s defensive snaps the entire season. At Ohio State University, Jenkins was a team captain and consensus All-America selection as a senior in 2008, and was honored with the Jim Thorpe Award, which is given to the nation’s top defensive back.


Jenkins has fully immersed himself in the world of fashion. In 2017, Jenkins launched Damari Saville, a collection of custom clothing including ready-to-wear and made-to-measure men’s suits. Damari Saville has its storefront location in the heart of Philadelphia in Washington Square.


In November 2017, Jenkins was announced as the Eagles nomination for the Walter Payton Man of The Year award for excellence on and off the field. Previously known as the NFL Man of the Year Award, the award was renamed in 1999 after deceased Chicago Bears running back Walter Payton (having been the 1977 recipient himself), to honor his legacy as a humanitarian. Each year, a winner is selected from 32 nominees from the 32 different teams. Earlier that year in February 2017, Jenkins was announced as the recipient of the NFLPA’s Byron “Whizzer” White Award for his outstanding charitable efforts off the field. As the winner, Jenkins received $100,000 for The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation.  Byron “Whizzer” White led the NFL in rushing yards in 1938 and 1940 and later served as a Supreme Court Justice from 1962-93.

Jenkins earned the Jesse Owens Influential Athlete Award by the Ohio State Alumni Association in 2012. This award acknowledges “an African-American alumnus and former student-athlete who exemplifies great character and talent, demonstrates exceptional professional success and continues to reflect the highest qualities of a consummate athlete and humanitarian.”

In an effort to enhance the lives of youth in underserved communities, Jenkins launched The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation in 2010, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public charity with a mission to effectuate positive change in the lives of youth by providing resources, innovative opportunities, and experiences that will help them succeed in life and become contributing members of their communities. The foundation is currently serving in four different states: NJ, OH, LA, and PA with a programming emphasis on education, health and wellness, life skills curriculum and scholarships. In 2016, Jenkins brought his commitment to making a positive and lasting impact in the lives of youth and communities in Philadelphia with the Foundation’s educational Summer S.T.E.A.M. program.

Jenkins is also very engaged in social issues. In February 2017, he co-founded the Players Coalition with retired NFL wide receiver Anquan Boldin to organize a large group of NFL players’ fight for racial and social equality. They have prioritized their work into three areas of focus, including: criminal justice reform, police/community relations and education/economic advancement for low-income communities, primarily communities of color. In August 2017, Jenkins and Boldin asked the league for support and the NFL responded with a major commitment to marketing, government relations assistance and financial resources.  With Jenkins leadership, the Players Coalition has a clear action plan to address systemic issues plaguing our country.  NFL owners such as Jeff Lurie, Stephen Ross, Jimmy Haslam, Robert Kraft, and Arthur Blank among others have now joined players to educate themselves and get involved.

His multiple trips to Capitol Hill, the numerous speeches he’s given, and his visits to police departments and correctional facilities are a true testament to Malcolm’s commitment and desire to use his platform to have a positive lasting effect on the communities that have supported him.

Alumni Achievement Award
Chief Diversity Officer, Raytheon (Retired)

Hayward Bell is retired Chief Diversity Officer of Raytheon Company. He was appointed to this position in 2005 and served until 2016. Raytheon Company with sales of $25 billion is a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, civil and cyber security markets worldwide, employing 63,000 people.

Mr. Bell began his career as a project accountant with Turner Construction Company While attending college at night, he received his Associates degree from Community College of Philadelphia. He went on to earn a Bachelor’s degree with high honors in Accounting from Rutgers University.

Upon graduation from Rutgers Mr. Bell joined Air Products and Chemicals (a $10 billion industrial gas and specialty chemical company, headquartered in Allentown PA) as a junior financial analyst. During which time he completed his MBA also at night at Lehigh University. In his 30 year career at Air Products he was promoted ten times and served in a variety of roles with increasing responsibility from Financial Analysis Manager, Global Manager of Policies and Practices, Chemicals Group Assistant Controller and Finance Director and CFO for Air Products Canada located in Toronto Canada. Among his many substantial achievements at the company Mr. Bell established an in-house (CMA) Certified Management Accounting development program for the controllership organization leading to external recognition of Air Products in the Wall Street Journal. In 1998, at the request of the then CEO Harold Wagner, Mr. Bell was appointed Global Director of Diversity to help shift the culture of the company. Mr. Bell received public recognition from the Air Products CEO for his company-wide contributions in the area of diversity and inclusion. While at Raytheon Mr. Bell was recognized as an industry leader and innovator in the practice of diversity and inclusion. The Black Enterprise magazine recognized him for “outstanding business achievement” as one of the top executives in diversity. Mr. Bell also received the coveted Raytheon CEO award for leading multi-day diversity summits for hundreds of senior company leaders.

Mr. Bell has been active as a contributor and leader in a number of professional and community organizations.

  • Board member of the IMA (Institute of Management Accountants) the largest organization of management accountants in the world, where he served as Chair of the Ethics Committee
  • Member of the Board of Regents of the ICMA (Institute of Certified Management Accountants). Mr. Bell is a CMA.
  • Board member and President of the Valley Youth House, at the time the 3 rd largest organization in PA dealing with run-a-way and troubled teenagers.
  • Member of FEI (Financial Executive Institute) Canada and U.S.
  • Mentor in Lehigh Valley’s Communities and School program where his at-risk 8 th grade mentee is now a successful 30-year-old college graduate with a family.
  • Member and past Chair of The Conference Board Global Diversity Council of 200+ corporate Chief Diversity Officers.
  • Member of ICA (Inclusion Allies Collation) focused on improving equity and inclusion in corporations, institutions and the society.
  • NTL Certified Diversity Practitioner
  • Mentor in Community College of Philadelphia CME (Center for Male Engagement) program.

A fun-fact: Mr. Bell was one of Ebony magazine’s bi-centennial bachelors featured in the June 1976 issue.

Corporate Leadership Award
CEO, Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau

Julie Coker Graham is the President and CEO of the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau (PHLCVB) where she oversees the organization’s efforts to promote and sell Philadelphia as a top destination for meetings, conventions, overseas travelers and group tour visitors. As President & CEO, Coker Graham oversaw the PHLCVB’s role in the 2017 NFL Draft and the 2016 Democratic National Convention, which together had a combined economic impact of $325 million for Philadelphia.

Previously, Coker Graham served as the PHLCVB’s Executive Vice President of Convention Sales and managed a staff of 25 sales and services professionals responsible for selling the expanded Pennsylvania Convention Center and Philadelphia’s hotel package to customers across the country. Coker Graham joined the PHLCVB after serving as General Manager for the Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing, where she oversaw all operational aspects of the 350-room hotel.

A 21-year Hyatt veteran, she began her career there in 1989 as a corporate management trainee at Hyatt Regency Columbus. Throughout her more than two decades with Hyatt, she rose through the ranks in a variety of positions, including assistant front office manager, front office manager, hotel assistant manager, assistant executive housekeeper and general manager.

Coker Graham serves on a number of boards, including the Executive Committees for U.S. Travel Association and Destinations International. In January of 2018, she began her tenure as co-chair for U.S. Travel’s Meetings Mean Business Coalition and began serving as the Secretary-Treasurer for International Association of Exhibitions and Events Executive Committee (IAEE). In Philadelphia, she is a board member of the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, Independence Visitor Center Corporation, Economy League of Greater Philadelphia, Center City District (and the CCD Foundation) and the Global Philadelphia Association. She is also on the Philadelphia International Airport Advisory Committee and the Mayor’s Cultural Advisory Committee, and she co-chairs the Mayor’s Shared Spaces Initiative to combat homelessness. In 2016, Coker Graham served as the chair of Mayor Jim Kenney’s transition team for the Democratic National Convention.

In addition, Coker Graham is a member of the Philadelphia Chapter of Links, Incorporated. She was the 2017 United Negro College Fund Mayor’s Ball Honoree for Civic Leadership, and was named one of the Network Journal’s 25 Most Influential Black Women in Business. She also received the Cradle of Liberty Good Scout Award by the Boy Scouts of America Cradle of Liberty Council and was the recipient of the 2011 John Wanamaker Award (Individual Award) given by the YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity.

Coker Graham is a graduate of Johnson & Wales University in Providence, RI, where she received a bachelor of science in Hospitality Management and graduated Magna Cum Laude.

Community Hero Award
Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Parx Casino

Ronald W. Davis is the director of Diversity and Community Affairs at for Parx Casino – the number one casino in Philadelphia with a reputation as one of the region’s most generous donors. Mr. Davis and Parx Casino have provided support to the College’s Center for Male Engagement to help fund the Strong Lives, Strong Futures, Strong Men Scholarship, which provides tuition, fees and books to qualified students. He has contributed to many community-based organizations, such as Livengrin Foundation, Delaware Valley Crime Commission, Network of Victim Assistance, Washington Council Boy Scouts, American Red Cross, and United Way. He is also a trustee of Mother Bethel AME Church and a lifetime member of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity. Mr. Davis has also distinguished himself as a former professional athlete in the National Football League.

Corporate Leadership Award

Serving more than 8.5 million people in 24 states and Washington, D.C., including 2.5 million in the region, Independence Blue Cross is the leading health insurance company in the Philadelphia region. The mission of Independence Blue Cross (IBC) is to enhance the health and well-being of the people and communities they serve. Social responsibility and community involvement are part of the IBC social mission, which is fostered through sponsorships and philanthropic efforts. IBC has partnered with many community organizations in the City such as Community College of Philadelphia, Philadelphia Academies, The Philadelphia Youth Network, and Life Science Career Alliance. IBC also prides itself for a community outreach program called The Blue Crew that connects employees, their families, and retirees with varied volunteer service projects. IBC is proud to support its neighbors as hundreds of IBC employees dedicate thousands of hours to enhance the wellbeing of the community.

Alumni Achievement Award
President, Torrado Construction Company, Inc.

Luis E. Torrado is the founder and CEO of Torrado Construction, a privately held general construction firm. Established in 1995, Torrado Construction prides itself as a specialist in commercial construction, renovations and rehabilitations, concrete, removal services, and painting services. Mr. Torrado was recognized as a Rising Contractor in Construction in Today Magazine because of his exceptional skills. Mr. Torrado, a native of North Philadelphia, is committed to supporting his minority community and neighborhood, and he continues to hire employees from the Port Richmond neighborhood. Torrado Construction supports local charities by participating regularly in community projects.

Alumni Achievement Award
President, Ben Franklin Technology Partners

RoseAnn B. Rosenthal is President and CEO of Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania (BFTP). Praised by regional, national and international leaders as a pioneer of public- private partnerships and an invaluable resource for innovation-focused investment and growth in Greater Philadelphia, Rosenthal has over 45 years of experience in economic development, business investment, and regional planning. BFTP has contributed greatly to Pennsylvania’s economy and has produced a total of 20,200 jobs in the Commonwealth between 2007 through 2011 that otherwise would not have existed. The Commonwealth has received $358 million in additional state tax receipts as a direct result of BFTP investments in client firms. Since 1989, BFTP has boosted the state’s economy by more than $23.5 billion.

2023 Black & Gold Gala


June 7, 2023
6:30 p.m.
Vie by Cescaphe
600 N. Broad Street | Philadelphia, PA 19130

The annual Black & Gold Gala is the signature fundraising event for the Community College of Philadelphia Foundation and one of greater Philadelphia’s premier social occasions.

The purpose of the Black & Gold Gala is to recognize outstanding service of individuals and/or organizations that demonstrate involvement in community growth in the areas of education, business, social services, and health. This recognition is awarded to those who exemplify leadership and are active in community initiatives in Philadelphia. Event proceeds will benefit the 50th Anniversary Promise Scholarship and other scholarships for Community College of Philadelphia students. Since 2018, the Black & Gold Gala has raised nearly $2 million in scholarship support for students.

For more information about supporting this year's Gala, please contact Leslie Bluestone at




2022 Honorees

Michael Forman

Corporate Leadership Award

Michael Forman
Chairman and CEO
FS Investments

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Kenneth and Faatima Gamble

Community Hero Award

Kenneth and Faatimah Gamble
Universal Companies

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Alfred T. Samura, MD

Alumni Achievement Award

Alfred T. Samura, MD
Cardiology Fellow
Cooper University Health Care

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Honorary Chair
The Honorable James F. Kenney
Mayor, City of Philadelphia

Deana Gamble
Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health
CCP Foundation Board of Directors

Nedia Ralston
Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board
CCP Foundation Board of Directors

Donald Guy Generals, Ed.D.
CCP President

Ellyn Jo Waller, Ed.D.
Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church
CCP Foundation President

Committee Members

Ronald Davis, M.Ed.
Parx Casino

Tricia Maloney
FS Investments

William Sasso, Esq.
Stradley Ronon

Romulo L. Diaz, Jr.
Turtle on Post LLC

Rev. Dr. Lorina Marshall-Blake
Independence Blue Cross Foundation
CCP Foundation Board of Directors

Michael D. Soileau
CCP Board of Trustees
CCP Foundation Board of Directors

Talib Ellison
Exelon Corporation
CCP Foundation Board of Directors

Joanne McFall
Keystone First

Ronald Williams, Esq.
Fox Rothschild LLP

Mia Fioravanti
Hilco Redevelopment Partners
CCP Foundation Board of Directors

Shelton Mercer, III
The Mercer Advisory Group
CCP Foundation Board of Directors

Dr. Mellissia Zanjani, MS, MBA, CFRE
CCP Institutional Advancement


Yvette A. Núñez
CCP Foundation Board of Directors







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