Valley Youth House of Bethlehem added eight new members to its board of directors, including several businesspeople: Adrienne Bonser, head of U.S. equity investment risk for The Vanguard Group Inc.; Kevin Greene, chief operations officer at Faces International; James M. Higgins, senior vice president at Provident Bank; Philip C. Jackson, market president of Univest Bank & Trust Co.; Catherine Maxey, vice president of public affairs for sustainability and environment health and safety at Trinseo; Michael Rice, vice president of marketing at Follett LLC; and Maura Topper, vice president at Dunne Manning.
Kimball Hughes Public Relations of Blue Bell signed two new clients in the health care and professional association industries, which are longtime specialty areas for the agency. The clients are the Rockville, Md.-based Association of Immunization Managers and Royersford-based Infusion Center of Pennsylvania.
Lehigh Carbon Community College in Schnecksville was designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Two-Year Education by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security. The designation is through academic year 2023.
Ciocca Dealerships of Quakertown received an award for on-the-job safety performance during The MEMIC Group’s annual meeting of policyholders in June. Eight employers, out of more than 21,000 MEMIC policyholders, received an award for workplace safety from the workers’ compensation insurance specialist.
Markward Group of Upper Macungie Township was involved in the lease of 4,100 square feet of office space at Green Hills Commerce Center, 5925 Tilghman St., Suite 90, in Upper Macungie Township. Ann E. Kline, associate broker and vice president of Markward Group, represented the owner of Green Hills 2 LLC in the transaction. Dr. Conrad G. Maulfair Jr. of Maulfair Medical Center was represented by Doug Frederick of Howard Hanna, The Frederick Group, in relocating his practice to the property.
— STACY WESCOE