Darwin Beauvais

Darwin Beauvais has joined Visit Philadelphia’s board of directors as the Philadelphia City Council representative, which is appointed by Council President Darrell Clarke.

He is a shareholder at Zarwin Baum DeVito Kaplan Schaer Toddy, P.C. and concentrates on zoning, land use and local government affairs.

Beauvais is on the executive committee of the board of the Free Library of Philadelphia and is the secretary and treasurer of the Philadelphia Commercial Development Corporation, which provides loans to small businesses.

Visit Philadelphia’s 18 board members are leaders in business, hospitality, government and academia.

Martin Hamlette

Martin Hamlette has been appointed executive director of the National Medical Association.

An attorney and public health administrator, Hamlette has experience in both the public and private sectors, including health law and policy and current healthcare reform issues and their impact on medically diverse populations and the professionals who treat them.

Since 2012, Hamlette has served in private practice as counsel and administrator to medical providers, state government and a professional medical association on issues arising from and related to the Affordable Care Act.

In 2007, he was named by Washington, DC Mayor Adrian M. Fenty as the chief health policy advisor within the executive office of the mayor, office of policy and legislative affairs.

Jenne Johns

Jenne Johns, director of health equity for AmeriHealth Caritas has been appointed to the Mid-Atlantic Regional Health Equity Council.

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Health Equity Council is one of 10 such councils under the National Partnership for Action to End Health Disparities (NPA), an initiative coordinated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. These councils include leaders from local government and private organizations and aim to apply the goals of NPA on the regional level.

Johns term runs through Dec. 9, 2017.

Marlene Timberlake D’Adamo

Marlene Timberlake D’Adamo has been elected to the board of The Committee of Seventy, a non-partisan organization fighting for clean and effective government, fair elections and a better informed citizenry in Philadelphia and the region.

Timberlake D’Adamo is the managing director, portfolio and risk management, PNC Asset Management Group.

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