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The Educational Foundation Welcomes Two New Board Members
(Delaware and Chester Counties, PA, Feb. 28, 2014)—Delaware County Community College’s Educational Foundation is proud to welcome two new members to the Board of Directors: Brian Wilbur Coyle and Maryrose Sheppard.
Coyle is President and CEO of The Henderson Group, a full-service real estate development company with an in-house portfolio of 3.2 million square feet of industrial, office and retail assets in Delaware County, Pennsylvania and Brevard County, Florida. A resident of Philadelphia, Coyle is a Certified General Real Estate Appraiser in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. He holds the MAI designation of the Appraisal Institute. Coyle received an M.S. degree in real estate from the Carey Business School of The Johns Hopkins University and a B.B.A degree with a concentration in economics from Loyola University.
Sheppard is Manager, New Business of PECO Energy, an Exelon Corporation. She serves on the Upper Darby Arts and Education Foundation and Idle Hour Tennis Club, Inc. She received a B.S. from Saint Joseph’s University and an M.S. in accounting from Widener University. Sheppard, who resides in Broomall, will serve on the Delaware County Community College Educational Foundation Finance Committee.
The Educational Foundation’s mission is to provide financial resources for students, faculty, programs and facilities. The Foundation supports the College activities by soliciting resources, sponsoring projects, building an endowment and expanding partnerships for the College within the community. The 30-member Board of Directors comprises a diverse group of individuals who are prominent business and community leaders. Kathleen Breslin, Executive Director of the Educational Foundation, said “We value the expertise that Brian Wilbur Coyle and Maryrose Sheppard will bring to the board and we expect to benefit greatly from their active involvement in the community.”
To learn more about the Foundation, visit: www.dccc.edu/educational-foundation.
Contact: Michelle Tooker, Public Relations, 610-359-5276