Two-Year Term Expiring 2024


AZEB KINDER (1990) B.A. Psychology, Univ. of Michigan; Ed.M., Temple Univ. Math facilitator, educator who has worked with non-profits and public and charter schools in Philadelphia for 18 years. Consultant for several schools in Philadelphia; launching a consulting business focusing on professional development for organizations around issues of diversity and cultural competency. Activities: Service Club President, Local Spiritual Assembly of the Bahai's of Philadelphia, Operation Understanding Conference Committee. Alumnae Association Board currently serving as Director.


TIFFANY A. WILSON (1996) Temple University, BS, MPH, University of Pennsylvania Certificate in Executive Administration. Community leader and advocate with experience in the non-profit and government sectors. Responsible for oversight, coordination, and structure of constituent services and community activities in the 7th Senatorial District of Pennsylvania. Tiffani currently serves as a director of the Alumnae Association.


KAYLA STARR KING SCOTT (2010) Kayla is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a B.S. degree in Communications Media and she also holds a Social Media Marketing Certification. She works to help nonprofits and business professionals create a brand and helps them with public relations, marketing and social media. She has been nationally recognized by the National Urban League Young Professionals.


NINETTE COOPER (1993) BA, BF, Drexel University, has served almost 20 years in non-profit work-from programming to operations. Currently owns and operates Manage Your Logistics, an outsource operations company. Activities: Chair of the School Advisory Council (SAC) for Smedley Elementary School in Philadelphia.


TERI LEWIS (1982) BS Accounting, La Salle University. Assistant Regional Inspector General for Audit for Region III in the US Department of Education. Activities: Executive Board of the Philadelphia Chapter of the Association of Government Accountants, Co-Treasurer and Awards Committee Chairperson, served in various positions of the National AGA organization; the Advisory Committee for the Community College of Philadelphia; founding member of a local chapter of Blacks in Government; many other volunteer capacities.


CHRISTINE SADJIAN-PEACOCK (1969) B.S.Ed., Early Childhood/Elementary Education, Temple University; M.Ed., Special Education Cert., Temple University; Certification-Applied Behavioral Analysis, Penn State University; Certification Principal's K-12, Penn State University. Ms. Sadjian-Peacock has over 40 years of experience in the educational sector and served as a Teacher, Assistant Principal, and Principal. Currently she is serving as Project Coordinator in the National Board Teacher Certification Support Program at Temple University's College of Education.

Joanne Cortese (1974)

Retired. Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Drexel University, and is a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM). Joan is an experienced Quality, Environmental Health and Safety professional with experience in the Chemical, Terminal and Aviation industries. She has served as a Quality, Environmental Health and Safety professional with experience in the Chemical, Terminal and Aviation industries.