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PathWays PA is Pleased to Announce the 2012 Trailblazer Honorees!

These honorable individuals will be recognized at the PathWays PA 34th Anniversary Celebration "PathWays to the Stars"

November 2, 2012
6:30 p.m.
The Union League of Philadelphia

Hosted by Pat Ciarrocchi, CBS 3/Philly 57
For more information about the event or to buy tickets, click here
Each year, PathWays PA recognizes exemplary members of our community for their extraordinary work and dedication to furthering the interests of and strengthening the causes for women, children and families throughout the Greater Philadelphia Region.

Councilman William Greenlee
Philadelphia City Council

A true Philadelphian, Councilman William Greenlee has lived his entire life in the Fairmount neighborhood. Councilman Greenlee's 26-year career in local politics has effected legislative accomplishments that have made an enormous impact in our community. He has dedicated his political career to protecting domestic abuse victims, promoting safe public transportation and improving the civil rights of our region's citizens.

Charisse Lillie
Vice President of Community Investment of Comcast
President of the Comcast Foundation

Before joining Comcast in 2005, Lillie was a partner in the Philadelphia law firm, Ballard Spahr Andrews and Ingersoll. A frequent lecturer on topics such as diversity, anti-discrimination issues, community investment and corporate responsibility, Lillie is the ultimate advocate for minority civil rights policies. Her impact in the business world and community has earned her title from CableFAX Magazine as one of the top minorities and top women in the cable industry.

Leslie Stiles
Board President, Pennsylvania Conference for Women

Stiles is dedicated to the cause of public outreach and initiated the Pennsylvania Conference for Women in order to broaden the educational outreach to women across the Commonwealth. This one-day Conference, now in its 10th year, attracts over 5,000 women to a day of personal and professional development with more than 100 celebrity speakers. Her career experience ranges from Executive Director for the Pennsylvania Commission for Women, 20+ years in marketing, and extensive non-profit board affiliations.


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