United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey (UWGPSNJ) has named McKinsey Alston the managing director of talent, culture and organizational effectiveness.
In his new role, Alston will oversee all human resource functions, including organizational effectiveness, talent development and management, as well as the creation of an empowered, inclusive, values-driven workplace culture within the organization.
He brings a decade of human resource and management experience to United Way. Most recently, Alston served as global human resources business partner at Unisys Corporation.
Angela Campbell, Ph.D, has been named director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Germantown Friends School (GFS).
Before she joined GFS this month, Campbell held the position of executive director at the Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion at Carnegie Mellon University. As the center’s inaugural executive director, she provided critical leadership in building the team, program, and internal and external partnerships.
Campbell previously served as the assistant dean for the School of Education, assistant professor of education and inaugural co-director of the Center for Urban Education, Equity and Improvement at Cabrini University.
Clay Cauley Sr.
Clay Cauley Sr. has been appointed to the Governing Board of the Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance (PFSA).
Cauley chairs the Social Services Group at the City of Philadelphia Law Department. As part of the executive leadership team for the Law Department, Cauley’s responsibilities include management of the Child Welfare Unit, HIPAA and Privacy Law Unit and the Health and Adult Services Unit.
Cauley serves as a parliamentarian for West Chester University Alumni Association, co-chair for the Dependency/Juvenile Committee of the Philadelphia Bar Association and is an elected board member to The Barristers Association of Philadelphia.
Rasheia R. Johnson
Finance industry veteran Rasheia R. Johnson has returned to Siebert Cisneros Shank & Co., L.L.C. as managing director in its Philadelphia office.
In her new role, she will work in both the Capital Markets and Public Finance divisions of SCSCO. She will spearhead development of new broker-dealer business with pension funds, investment managers, municipalities and other clients throughout the country, as well as investment banking deal origination.
Johnson, who previously served as senior vice president at the municipal bond firm, served as city treasurer from January 2016 through July 2019.
Veteran local media executive Brandin Stewart has been named president and general manager of the CBS Television Stations’ Philadelphia properties, KYW-TV, WPSG-TV, CBSPhilly.com and CBSN Philly, a soon-to-be-launched local direct-to-consumer streaming news service.
Stewart is joining the CBS Television Stations family after spending 17 years with NBC’s owned-and-operated stations.
Most recently, he served as vice president of sales for NBC/Telemundo’s Chicago properties, including WMAQ-TV, Telemundo Chicago and the company’s Chicago national spot sales office.