Pamela M. Cyr is executive vice president and chief retail banking officer for Beneficial Bank. The Bank is the oldest and largest bank headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with over 60 offices in the greater Philadelphia and South New Jersey regions. Cyr previously held the position of president and chief executive officer of St. Edmond’s Federal Savings Bank from March 2005 through the acquisition of the Bank by Beneficial in early 2012.
Stephanie R. Raymond is vice president, transmission and substations for PPL Electric Utilities, the Pennsylvania regulated utility arm of PPL Corporation. PPL Electric Utilities provides electricity delivery services to about 1.4 million customers in Pennsylvania and consistently ranks among the best companies for customer service in the United States.
Leslie Stiles is currently board president of the Pennsylvania Conference for Women. From January 2003 until February 2011, Stiles served as executive director for the Pennsylvania Commission for Women. Prior to her appointment as executive director, Stiles served as director of marketing for the National Constitution Center, vice president marketing at First Union Bank and Corestates Bank and president of Stiles and Co.
Jennifer MacMullen is vice president, market director for Beneficial Bank, the oldest and largest bank headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with over 60 offices serving the greater Philadelphia and South Jersey markets. As market director, MacMullen is responsible for managing sales and service, operations and staffing and development for nine branch office locations.
Dr. Marcia Reynolds is fascinated by the brain, especially what triggers passion and innovation. For two decades she has helped companies worldwide unleash the potential in their people through coaching, speaking at conferences and teaching classes
Kerry H. McManama builds brands and businesses from the inside out. She believes if corporations want customers to behave or feel a certain way, they need to convert employees first and provide resources to completely and accurately share the story. If that’s done well, the rest – she says – is easy. McManama is a Boston-based communications professional, specializing in social business collaboration, executive and employee communication, and behavior change.
Laureen Ellison is a product marketing leader for eBay Enterprise, which is headquartered in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. There, she directs marketing and communications for its marketing solutions organization. At the intersection of commerce, technology, data and creative, Ellison has unique insight into the challenges and opportunities brands and retailers face in today’s age of the connected consumer.
Patrick K. Tam leads corporate planning at Cisco. This encompasses driving three year and annual corporate strategic planning, identifying corporate priorities and funding of multi-year investments. Tam is also an executive sponsor of the 2000 plus member Early-In-Career Employee Resource Organization (ERO) at Cisco, focused on attracting, developing and retaining employees zero to five years into their careers.
Katrina Alcorn is an author, consultant and expert on why women burn out at work. Her first book, “MAXED OUT: American Moms on the Brink,” (Seal Press, Sept. 2013) is a brave memoir about her own experiences burning out as a working mom. Through her blog, “Working Moms Break,” she has heard from thousands of women around the world about their struggles to work and raise their families. @Kimberly Alcorn
Kimberly Eberbach is vice president of wellness and community health at Independence Blue Cross in Philadelphia. In this role, she is responsible for the development and execution of wellness-related strategies and programs for employees, members and the surrounding community. Eberbach previously held the position of vice president of human resources for the company.