Deborah Gordon Klehr, Aaron Glatter, Dr. Sandra Lilienthal, Richard A. Silfen.
The Education Law Center-PA has named Deborah Gordon Klehr as its new executive director. Klehr, who joined ELC after clerking for U.S. District Court Judge Raymond J. Dearie in the Eastern District of New York, lives in Philadelphia with her husband and two children.
Upper Dublin High School sophomore Aaron Glatter was selected by the administration to represent the school at the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Seminar, held annually to “inspire young people all over the world to develop their leadership and critical-thinking skills to achieve their highest potential,” according to the group’s website. Glatter, a student at Gratz College’s Jewish Community High School and a member of Temple Sinai in Dresher, is also co-president of the Philadelphia branch of Children’s International Summer Villages.
Gratz College alumna Dr. Sandra Lilienthal, who received both her master’s and doctorate from the institution, has been selected as a recipient of the 2015 Covenant Award for Excellence in Jewish Education,
given out annually by the Covenant Foundation. Lilienthal is the curriculum developer and instructor at The Rose and Jack Orloff Central Agency for Jewish Education of Broward County in Davie, Fla.
Duane Morris LLP announced that Richard A. Silfen has rejoined the firm as a partner in its corporate practice group. He was previously a partner there from 2007 to 2014 before leaving to become executive
vice president, general counsel and secretary of American Realty Properties, Inc.