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Janice Nevin appointed to Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia’s Economic and Community Advisory Council
Janice E. Nevin, M.D., MPH, president and CEO of Christiana Care Health System, is one of three new members appointed to serve on the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia’s Economic and Community Advisory Council (ECAC).
The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia helps formulate and implement monetary policy, supervises banks and bank and
savings and loan holding companies, and provides financial services to depository institutions and the federal government. It is one of the 12 regional Reserve Banks that, together with the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., make up the Federal Reserve System. The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia serves Eastern and Central Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey and Delaware.
The ECAC informs the Bank’s senior leadership team about emerging issues and market conditions in the Third Federal Reserve District and nationwide.
The new members, in addition to Dr. Nevin, are Susan Hakkarainen, co-chair and co-CEO of Lutron Electronics in Coopersburg, Pennsylvania, and Arlen Shenkman, executive vice president
of global business development and ecosystems at SAP SE in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.
“The Economic and Community Advisory Council brings together leaders with essential perspectives on our regional and national economies,” said Deborah L. Hayes, senior vice president of Corporate Affairs at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. “These new council members bring a wealth of understanding and experience in corporate, consumer and health trends.” 
Roshni Guerry honored as Outstanding Physician in Palliative Care
Roshni Guerry, M.D., medical director of Inpatient Supportive and Palliative Medicine at Christiana Care, was honored as the 2018 Outstanding Physician in Palliative Care by the Delaware Quality of Life Coalition.
Each year, the all-volunteer organi- zation honors selected providers, educators, clergy and caregivers for their dedication, leadership and
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Dr. Guerry was lauded for modeling ideal leadership in the development of other providers and teams of professionals in supportive and palliative care.
Her role in Leadership Delaware, Vital Talk and the Christiana Care inpatient program for Supportive and Palliative Care were noted as a few of the examples demonstrating her pursuit of excellence as a physician, teacher and role model for palliative care.
Other Christiana Care providers honored at the event included Amanda Zettle, NP, and Mary Beth Transue, LCSW, recognized for their care for patients and families needing palliative care and support.
“They were duly noted among the heroes and stars from the ample field of nominees for advance practice providers and counselors," said Anne Mueller, Christiana Care’s program director for Supportive and Palliative Care.
“Both were celebrated as models for excellence in the professional and loving care they provide to patients in the Christiana Care Health System.” 
Drew Fennell, Esq., honored by Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay Council
Drewry Nash Fennell, Esq., chief officer of Strategic Communication and Development at Christiana Care Health System, was named the 2018 Woman of Distinction by the Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay.
As a dedicated public servant and community leader in Delaware, “Drew Fennell is an excellent role model for Girl Scouts,” said Anne T. Hogan, chief executive officer of Girl Scouts of the
Chesapeake Bay, in announcing the award, presented at the Chase Center on the Riverfront in Wilmington in March.
Fennell joined Christiana Care in 2017 after serving as chief of staff under Delaware Gov. Jack Markell. Before becoming chief of staff she served as policy director and deputy chief of staff.
As a Delaware attorney, she held senior roles in government and non-profit agencies. Fennell served as executive director of the Delaware Criminal Justice Council and led a team that won a federal grant to have Delaware participate in the Justice Reinvestment Initiative, a national program to safely reduce the prison population through data-driven, evidence-based strategies. Her work as executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Delaware involved advocacy for child welfare, LGBT rights, voting rights and educationaccess. CONTINUED

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