Women on the Move: 2011's Main Line Names to Know

These 24 ladies are making an impact on the Main Line and beyond. Here's a look at their lives as local leaders.



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PICK A WOMAN ON THE MOVE

Carolyn Comitta, Mayor of West Chester (page 2)
Tiffany Hays Borsch of the Baldwin School (page 3)
Kim Zachary of NBC Philadelphia (page 4)
Toni Pergolin, President and CEO of Bancroft (page 5)
Kendall Brown, Candidate for the Delaware County District Attorney's Office (page 6)
Elizabeth Granahan, Founder of Granahan Golf Academy (page 7)
Sarah Keating, Owner of Phoenix Salon & Spa (page 8)
Cheyenne Palma, Founder of Femfessionals (page 9)
Dr. Helen Kuroki of Riddle Memorial Hospital (page 10)
Marlyn Schiff of Marlyn Schiff Jewelry (page 11)
Aliza Rosen of Stage 3 Productions (page 12)
Rosalie Mirenda, President of Neumann University (page 13)
Sophia Stogiannis, Co-Owner of Water Works Restaurant and Lounge (page 14)
Lori Scherling-Turner, aka Miss Scherling of the Milk & Cookies Show (page 15)
Kim Fortunato of the Campbell Soup Company (page 16)
Ann Frankel of the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America’s local chapter (page 17)
Donna Phillips, President of Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital (page 18)
Molly Leese Nece of the Molly Sunshine Group (page 19)
Khaki Wennstrom Young, Owner of Gramercy Boutique (page 20)
Claudia McBride, President of the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia (page 21)
Bonnie Young, President and Executive Director of Do Gooders (page 22)
Gael Levin-Simon, Educational Consultant for Random House Books (page 23)
Stephany Phelps Fahey, Director of Financial Affairs at the Phelps School (page 24)
Courtnay Tyus of the Charter High School for Architecture + Design (page 25)
 




Meet this year’s honorees at MLT's annual Women on the Move Luncheon on Sept. 15 at the Villanova Conference Center, featuring keynote speaker Joan Carter (pictured), the first female president of the Union League of Philadelphia. For tickets, call (610) 325-4630 or email tickets@mainlinetoday.com.


 

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