The National Museum of American Jewish History (NMAJH) named Laury Saligman, Michelle Singer and Meredith C. Slawe to its board of trustees.
Saligman is co-founder and managing director of Conservation Collaboratives, after working for the United States Environmental Protection Agency and other organizations. She continues a family legacy at the NMAJH, as both her mother, Alice, and late brother, Ira, served as museum trustees.
Singer is vice president of political engagement and corporate administration at Comcast Corp. She serves as Gov. Tom Wolf’s designee on the Franklin Institute board of trustees, as well as the cabinet of the United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey and the board for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Philadelphia.
Slawe is a partner at the Philadelphia law firm of Drinker Biddle & Reath, where she is a litigator focusing on defending companies in consumer class actions and commercial litigation suits. She serves on the corporate executive board of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the University of Pennsylvania alumni board of managers and the Moore College of Art and Design visionary women planning committee.