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.
Susan L. Anderson has been a board member and the treasurer of the Pennsylvania Conference for Women since its inception. After completing 20 years of government service, Anderson retired from the Commonwealth. Her last position was as special assistant to Governor Edward G. Rendell for health care reform.
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.
Announcing keynote speaker Robin Roberts, co-anchor, Good Morning America, best-selling author, Everybody's Got Something, and cancer survivor. Learn more and register to see Robin at the Oct. 16, 2014 PA Conference for Women; http://paconferenceforwomen.org
Nhu Huynh, RD, LDN, CNSC, CSO, is director of nutrition at CTCA’s Eastern Regional Medical Center. As the leader of a team of clinical oncology dietitians at Eastern, Huynh and her team provide patients with ongoing nutrition screenings, assessments and support. They also provide counsel to patients and their families on specific nutritional guidelines for cancer and diabetes. @cancercenter
I just found myself on the PA Conference for Women speaker board: Karen Huller is author of the upcoming book “Laser-sharp Career Focus: Pinpoint your Purpose and Passion in 30 Days,” and founder of Epic Careering, a career management firm specializing in the income-optimizing power of social media and personal branding. She is also founder of JoMo Rising, LLC, a game development company that turns work into play.
Sophia A. Nelson is an award winning author and journalist, with an emerging global media, writing and speaking platform. Nelson’s passion is to help women ignite and redefine their lives from the inside out. In her second highly-anticipated book, “The Woman Code: 20 Powerful Keys to Unlock Your Life,” Nelson calls on women to unlock their lives by tapping into their power within. Arianna Huffington has called “The Woman Code,” “a book for our time.”
Lauren Katz Smith is a documentary filmmaker and an attorney. She serves as general counsel for History Making Productions, a Philadelphia-based production firm focused on producing films about history of and community affairs in Greater Philadelphia. And she is currently producing The Women of Philadelphia: A Documentary, a multi-format series on the history of Philadelphia told from the perspective of women. @womenofphilly
Jill Ross joined Beneficial Bank in 2008 as relationship manager of the Cherry Hill West campus, and was promoted to market director in 2012, overseeing the retail and business development efforts of eight Southern New Jersey branches. Ross’ focus is enhancing business development, customer service, deposit growth, loan growth and profitability for the company.