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The Hon. Giovanni Campbell Judge, Court of Common Pleas The Hon. Campbell was elected to the Court of Common Pleas, Philadelphia, in November of 2013 and has served since January of 2014. He is assigned to the Criminal Trial Division – Major Trials Program, where he presides over serious non-homicide felony cases arising from incidents
Foster Child During his 40 years in the music industry, and 30 years as a professional musician, Child’s musical experience and accomplishments include writing, producing, and performing on multiple records, developing a music production and promotion company, working on a commercial for Nike, creating a recording label, starting his own band, ‘Foster Child and the
Osagie O. Imasogie, Esquire A Business Executive and Attorney with over 36 years of extensive professional experience in the fields of law, finance and business management, healthcare and the pharmaceutical industry. Imasogie also served as a Vice President at GlaxoSmithKline Research and Development and was instrumental in the external value maximization of various GlaxoSmithKline assets,
Blane Stoddart President and CEO of BFW Group, LLC. which provides construction project management, construction administration, owners’ representation, and development consulting services to non-profit and for-profit developers, government, large general contractors, schools and institutions in the Mid-Atlantic region. Mr. Stoddart formerly served as Vice President of Business Development and Customer Care for Innova Services Corporation.
Bishop Grannum Bishop Dr. C. Milton Grannum and his wife, the Rev. Dr. Hyacinth Bobb-Grannum, are the founding pastors of the 1,200-member New Covenant Church of Philadelphia, located on the 40-acre New Covenant Campus. The Campus houses several schools, a 56-unit apartment complex for Senior Citizens and a Business Center to challenge, train, motivate and
Dr. Eric Edi President and COO of AFRICOM -Philly, the Coalition of African and Caribbean Immigrant Communities (AFRICOM), and a lecturer in the College of Sciences, Health and Liberal Arts at Philadelphia University. Dr. Edi is a native of Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa. With a Fulbright Scholarship he attended and graduated from Temple University (Class
Michael A. Rashid President, Michael A. Rashid & Associates, LLC Michael A. Rashid has made it his life’s work to ensure those most in need have access to one of the most basic of human rights: health care. He was inspired to a lifetime of service by accompanying his father on his rounds on behalf
Mark E. Talbot Chief of Police for the Norristown Police Department; he has over 25 years of law enforcement experience. Prior to being appointed as the Chief in Norristown, Chief Talbot served as the Director of the Bureau of Enforcement and Investigation (BEI) with the Pennsylvania Department of State overseeing operations of four regional offices across
Charles L. Blockson A prominent African American historian, scholar and author whose passion for history and books began at the age of nine, and blossomed into his amassing one of the largest private collections in the world related to people of African descent, located at Temple University. Blockson was impacted by a history lesson in
Allan Lane Philadelphia native businessman, journalist and publisher; a motorcyclist who regularly crisscrosses the country to encourage fellow bikers and fans with his positive riding experiences. His free monthly digital magazine, SportsBike Inc. (SBI), was established in 2010 and in seven years has become the nation’s top resource in the world of motorcycle “edutainment.” As