Communities In Schools of Eastern Pennsylvania Announces New Board of Directors

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Allentown, PA (September 21, 2022) — Communities In Schools of Eastern Pennsylvania (CISEasternPA) is pleased to announce the addition of three new members to its board of directors, with the appointment of Sandra K. Green, Hope Johnson, and Adrian Marsh.

Sandra K. Green has a strong presence in the Kutztown and Berks County communities. She is currently working with Kutztown University and the Kutztown Community Partnership. Sandra previously served as mayor of the borough of Kutztown for over a decade. Her knowledge of Berks County will be invaluable to deepen the work of CISEasternPA in Berks County.

Hope Johnson, vice president of perioperative and endoscopy services for Lehigh Valley Health Network, brings her extensive knowledge of the medical field to the forefront of CISEasternPA’s work. One of CISEasternPA’s “Five Basics” is to provide every student with a healthy start and a healthy future. She holds an MBA as well as a Doctor of Nursing Practice.

Adrian Marsh is the global head of administrative finance at Olympus Corporation. He was first introduced as a part of the mentorship program at Building 21 in Allentown and has since been involved with CISEasternPA in a volunteer capacity for several years. He now joins the CISEasternPA board of directors and will bring his 20+ years of experience in finance and operations.

“Communities In Schools of Eastern Pennsylvania is thrilled to welcome Sandy, Hope, and Adrian to our board of directors,” said Tim Mulligan, president & CEO, CISEasternPA. “I do not doubt that their diverse experiences and breadth of knowledge will help us continue growing our work in the Lehigh Valley and Berks County.”

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About Communities in Schools of Eastern Pennsylvania

Started in 1983, Communities In Schools of Eastern Pennsylvania is part of the Communities In Schools national network, which consists of independent 501(c)(3) organizations serving over 1.6 million students in 25 states and the District of Columbia. With caring adults serving over 38,000 students in 40 schools throughout Lehigh, Northampton and Berks counties. The CIS mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. We ensure students, regardless of race, zip code, or socioeconomic background, have what they need to succeed in school and beyond.



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