The Central Penn Business Journal reported that Jeane M. Coyle, president and CEO of Penn Community Bank, participated in a panel at the Pennsylvania Women in Banking Conference in Hershey, Pa., which brought together more than 200 women in the financial industry in Pennsylvania for workshops, panel discussions and keynote speakers.
The Bucks County Courier Times reported that New Vitae Wellness and Recovery held an educational event, Engagement Strategies for those with Co-Occurring Disorders, on March 17. The event also helped introduce New Vitae’s newest staff member, Jonathan ‘Todd’ Barlow, as director of addictions services.
Philadelphia’s CityBizList.com mentioned a recent addition to the therapies offered by New Vitae Wellness and Recovery, Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, or dTMS services, an alternative for those with difficulty tolerating antidepressants. To learn more, click here.
Penn Community Bank was featured in the Bucks County Herald’s Mar. 10 edition for helping to celebrate the 101st Habitat for Humanity’s, Habitat Bucks home dedication in Croydon. The bank donated the land the home was built upon and many bank team members volunteered on build days to help construct the home. In other news, Penn Community Bank recently added several local business leaders to its Board of Directors.
The Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center was featured in several publications, including the Philadelphia Business Journal, The Intelligencer and the Bucks County Courier Times, with the announcement of a new economic impact study that demonstrates a $1.8 billion dollar economic impact on the Commonwealth as a whole and Bucks County in particular.
The Delaware County full-service law firm of Raffaele Puppio is happy to announce the addition of Tracey D. Waldmann as Of Counsel. Waldmann joins the practice group of government and school law and focuses her practice on special education law.
The Philadelphia Business Journal reports that Robert Salzer of Williams Family Law, P.C. in Doylestown has received his Masters of Laws in Taxation from Boston University School of Law. This additional degree makes him well-qualified to manage the complex financial aspects of high-net-worth divorce and family law matters.
The Legal Intelligencer announced that Scranton and Wilkes Barre attorneys Melissa Scartelli and Peter Paul Olszewski, Jr., presented as faculty for the National Business Institute, a CLE entitled, “Effectively Employ the Rules for Expert Witnesses,” which examined rules of evidence and procedures regarding expert witnesses.