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Fogash, Gross, and White Elected to DSC Board of Trustees
The Da Vinci Science Center Board of Trustees elected three new members Friday during its quarterly meeting.
Elected to three-year Trustee terms were Kevin B. Fogash, Ph.D., Director of Technology – Global Gases for Air Products; Jack Gross, Esq., Partner of Gross McGinley LLP Attorneys at Law; and George P. White, Ed.D., Iacocca Professor of Educational Leadership at Lehigh University.
Kevin Fogash has worked with Air Products in a variety of positions since 1997 and became the company’s Director of Technology – Global Gases in Oct. 2014. In this position, Fogash leads international and cross-functional teams that develop and deliver innovative technologies for producing the company’s industrial gases. Fogash earned a doctorate in Chemical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin and a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Villanova University.
Jack Gross – son of former Da Vinci Science Center Trustee Malcolm J. Gross, Esq. – has been a Partner with Gross McGinley since 1999. John Gross is a member of the firm’s commercial transactional and media and internet law practice groups and practices primarily in business law, transactional and real estate law, and advertising and media law. He also has been a lecturer for Muhlenberg College’s Media and Communication Department since 1997. John Gross earned a law degree from Villanova University and a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from Muhlenberg College.
George White has been a member of Lehigh University’s College of Education faculty since 1989. White is Director of the university’s Center for Developing Urban Educational Leaders and Co-Founder and Curriculum Advisor of the Pennsylvania Governor School for Global Entrepreneurship. White also served with Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolfe’s transition team from Dec. 2014-Jan. 2015 and has worked with more than 100 schools around the world as an educational consultant focusing on organizational development and middle level education. Prior to his career at Lehigh, White was junior high school science teacher, school principal, and school administrator in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Colorado for nearly 15 years. White earned a doctorate in Education from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn.; a master’s degree in Educational Administration from the University of Northern Colorado in Greely, Colo.; and a bachelor’s degree in Science Education from West Chester University.
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