Board of Directors
GLENN N. HOLLIMAN
President and Chairman, Governance Committee
Glenn N. Holliman of Newport, Pennsylvania is a retired vice president of the Episcopal Church Foundation in New York and founder and president of Holliman Associates, a national capital campaign firm. A former teacher and school head, he holds an M.A. in American history from the University of Tennessee. Glenn serves as chair of the Perry County Bicentennial Committee, a board member of the Historical Society of Perry County and a former president of the Perry County Literacy Council.
He is the author of several historical articles and two books “With Generous Hearts” and “Introduction to Planned Giving”. A Viet Nam veteran, his Pennsylvania roots go back to Daniel Boone, a 6th great uncle and Revolutionary War veteran himself. With his wife, Barbara, he travels extensively in the United Kingdom and Europe exploring ancestral roots.
DAVID A. SCHANKWEILER
David Schankweiler is the founder, and former CEO and owner of Journal Multimedia, a multi-titled, multi-media publishing, print, web, video, research and events company including the Central Penn Business Journal, NJBIZ, Lehigh Valley Business, Central Penn Parent, Pet Age, Best Companies Group, FGV Media, and various other annual publications, directories and events. After 32 years of growing the company, Dave sold the business to New Media Inc. in 2016.
Dave sits on several for-profit company boards and has had leadership roles in several national industry associations. Dave has served his hometown in numerous nonprofit volunteer positions and leadership roles. His proudest community achievement was serving as the founding board chair for 10 years for a new University in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, The Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. In its eleventh year, the school now boasts enrollment of 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students.
Dave lives in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania with his wife Donna. They are the parents of Kate, Parker and Drew. Dave and Donna worked together in the business for 28 of the 32 years.
ANNE J. YELLOTT
Born in Pennsylvania, but not raised in Pennsylvania Anne is the daughter of a Naval officer. She and her family lived all over the world until her marriage brought her back to Pennsylvania and to Harrisburg where she raised her three children. She attended ten schools in twelve years! It could be said her education were her life experiences.
She is a community leader and volunteer in Harrisburg and beyond having served on many boards including the Friends of the State Museum, as president. She is an active member of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Cathedral where she co-chairs the “Music by the River” series. Music is one of her major interests. She volunteered for many years at WMSP-FM as an announcer/programmer of its classical music. She has also served on the board of The Bach Choir of Bethlehem, one of Pennsylvania’s historical and cultural treasures.
She is known throughout the region for her flower arranging and design. She is an avid baseball fan, knitter and devoted great-grandmother.
As a member of the Colonial Dames of America, she likes to think she honors her ancestors’ patriotism and public spirit by her own commitment to preservation and conservation. Currently, she serves as treasurer of the Pennsylvania Heritage Foundation.
ANN M. MORAN
Ann M. Moran is President Emeritus of the Pennsylvania Heritage Foundation. Before heading the executive committee, she served four years as a commissioner for the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Additionally, she worked on the Governor’s Residence Preservation Committee. Moran was recently named to the Eisenhower Institute National Advisory Council which seeks to raise the national prominence of Gettysburg College and the Eisenhower Institute by engaging leaders in the fields of public service, business and philanthropy.
Moran is a cum laude graduate of Bloomsburg University and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Marketing. She has been an active volunteer in her community and surrounding areas, dedicated mainly to children’s charities and advocacy issues. She resides in Lewisburg with her husband John. They have two children; Alexandra, who lives and works in Washington DC and John, a senior at American University.
JENNA R. EARLEY, M.P.A.
Jenna Earley, a Harrisburg native, is a Government Affairs Professional for Gmerek Government Relations in Harrisburg, PA, an organization which dedicates its practice to the representation of clients’ needs before Pennsylvania state government.
Ms. Earley is responsible for researching legislation and regulatory proposals, working with Coalitions to develop and coordinate with grassroots efforts, developing effective policy strategies, and working with State Legislators in the best interest of her clients. Ms. Earley was previously the Marketing Director for the American Council of Engineering Companies of Pennsylvania, where she was the primary communication liaison between the association and 130 member firms throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. She also serves on several Board of Directors for local non-profits and volunteers time with Junior Achievement of Central PA, where she mentors high-school girls.
Ms. Earley holds two degrees; A Bachelor of Arts in History from Millersville University and a Master of Public Administration from Shippensburg University.
She resides in Cumberland County with her husband, Brad; son, Ty; and Australian Shepard, Blue.
Donna Fisher is a partner in the Health Sciences Department of Pepper Hamilton LLP, resident in the Harrisburg office. She concentrates her practice in civil litigation, with an emphasis in the defense of pharmaceutical and medical device companies. She has also practiced extensively in the commercial, energy and construction litigation fields.
Ms. Fisher is a magna cum laude graduate of the Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University. She received a B.S. in accounting, with highest distinction, from The Pennsylvania State University. Ms. Fisher is a member of the American, Pennsylvania and Dauphin County Bar Associations, and is admitted to practice in the federal courts in the Eastern and Middle Districts of Pennsylvania and the United States Supreme Court.
Ms. Fisher currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts, and chairs its Corporate Governance Committee. She is a master emeritus and past president of the James S. Bowman American Inns of Court. She is a former director of the Friends of the State Museum, and a former director and treasurer of the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Political Action Committee.
Ms. Fisher has lived in the Harrisburg area since 1983. She and her husband, Thomas Schmidt, are parents of twin sons who currently attend college.
J. Kevin Fitzpatrick
Kevin is the founder and Managing Partner of the Cnesta Group, LLC a full service executive search and consulting firm. He brings over thirty years of global HR and Operations experience including ten years of retained search and consulting. Kevin has held senior and executive level positions in healthcare, technology, publishing, e-commerce, financial services and consulting for companies including the Einstein Group, RCA, General Electric, Reed Elsevier plc., the BISYS Group and CCI. He has played a lead role in the due diligence and integration of more than thirty acquisitions and several divestitures. Kevin’s career, while largely focused in global HR also includes leadership roles in manufacturing, customer service, fulfillment, and engineering and most recently in executive search and organizational development. Kevin was a co-owner of a retained search and executive transition firm and worked as a senior consultant for the Andre Group Inc. before launching the Cnesta Group in 2013.
Kevin has worked with entrepreneurs and private Boards of Directors for key executive hires including CEO, CFO and President among others as well as lead projects in executive compensation and succession. As a search consultant, he focuses primarily on critical roles in HR, Sales, Operations and Finance for Fortune 500, private and private equity backed companies. He is also actively involved in transition coaching and career development for multiple levels across several industries.
Kevin attended West Chester University for his undergraduate degree and pursued an MBA at Monmouth University, placing that on hold in favor of executive development courses through GE Crotonville. He is a member of a Vistage Key Group. Kevin is happily married with four daughters and resides in Central Pennsylvania.
FRANKLIN L. KURY
Franklin L. Kury is a public speaker and writer with a deep interest in Pennsylvania history. A retired lawyer, he served in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives from 1966 to 1972 and the State Senate from 1972 to 1980. In the House he was the author of the environmental amendment to the state constitution (Art. 1, Sec. 27) and led the effort to enact it.
A graduate of Trinity College and the University of Pennsylvania Law School, he is the author of two books, Clean Politics/Clean Streams, A Legislative Autobiography, and Why Are You Here? A Primer for State Legislators and Citizens. He and his wife, Elizabeth, have three sons, and reside in Hummelstown, Dauphin County. His website is: www.franklinkury.com/
George Lulos, a native of West Virginia, is the Senior Vice-President for Colliers International, Harrisburg division. He began his career in retail development and leasing, but after 18 years changed careers to real estate. Since 2000, he has been a broker specializing in investment sales and retail services, with Bennett Williams and CB Richard Ellis. He is the Founder and Principal of Crossroads Commercial Realty.
Mr. Lulos also taught and managed programs at Rutgers University, Princeton University, Glassboro State College (now Rowan University), Temple University, and the Educational Testing Service. He served four years in Europe working with USAREUR (US Army Europe) under a joint appointment with Temple University and the US Army.
He currently resides in Johnstown, PA with his wife. He has adult children and multiple grandchildren.
Joan Prescott, a native of Harrisburg, taught English, Speech, and Journalism in the West Shore School District for 25 years. She also was an adjunct professor at both HACC (Harrisburg Area Community College) and Penn State Harrisburg. Throughout her career, she lectured at Shippensburg University, Wilson College, Penn State Harrisburg, Civic Clubs, churches, and retirement homes. Ms. Prescott had the opportunity to be the first teacher to interview the first United States Secretary of Education, Shirley Hufstedler, in 1980.
She is likewise active in the community with several causes, including the Central PA Multiple Sclerosis Society, Rotary Club of Harrisburg (PA Wounded Warriors), Harrisburg School Foundation and Board, and American Diabetes Association and Board. She has served in an executive capacity as the President of the Friends of the State Museum, Executive Director of the Harrisburg School Foundation, President of the Harrisburg Foreign Policy Association, the Vice-President and President of the West Shore Education Association, and President of the Exchange Club of Harrisburg.
Her dedication to the community has been recognized with Woman of the Year by Harrisburg Open Stage, the Community Service Award from the Rotary Club of Harrisburg, and as Volunteer of the Year from the Friends of the State Museum, as well as the American Cancer Society.
(HON) ALISON T. YOUNG
The Honorable Alison T. Young currently serves as Managing Director of Leadership & Civic Engagement at Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business. In this capacity, Ms. Young also serves as Executive Director of the Institute for Strategic Leadership and is responsible for directing all aspects of the Institute, including strategy, operations and programming to position Drexel as a global leader in the study and practice of collaboration and leadership. As a nationally recognized expert on civic engagement and public service leadership, Ms. Young also serves as an on-air political analyst for CBS News. Ms. Young was recently selected as one of 10 U.S. leaders for an Eisenhower Fellowship, where she will travel to China to study the underrepresentation of women in public sector leadership positions in G20 countries.
Prior to joining the University, Ms. Young served as Vice President of External Affairs at the National Constitution Center. She came to Philadelphia from Washington, DC where she was a senior White House official, serving as Special Assistant to President George W. Bush and Acting Director of the White House Office of USA Freedom Corps (USAFC). Ms. Young earned a Bachelor’s degree from Grove City College (PA) and a Master’s degree from the George Washington University (DC). She is a community leader and active volunteer on the Board of the Society Hill Civic Association, Vice-Chair of the Young Friends Committee of the Academy of Music, the Advisory Board of the Garces Foundation, the Board of Directors of Let Them Rock Foundation, the Board of the Pennsylvania Heritage Foundation and the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Conference for Women. Ms. Young is a member of the Forum of Executive Women, the Union League of Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania Society. She currently resides in Historic Philadelphia with her husband, daughter and rescue dog Reagan.