Luvleen Sidhu has been named president of the digital bank BankMobile, a division of Customers Bank. She cofounded the bank with her father, Jay Sidhu, who is chairman and CEO of Customers. She will retain her responsibilities as chief strategy officer.

The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, has hired Cindy Kang as assistant curator. She had been an associate curator at Bard Graduate Center in New York and has lectured and written extensively on a variety of artists.

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Parker McCay, Mount Laurel, has hired Patrick J. Wesner and Steven E. Luttrell as associates in the firm's headquarters. Wesner had been an attorney with Weisberg & Conway and Milstead & Associates and worked full time as a probation and parole agent with Philadelphia's First Judicial District while attending Widener University School of Law. Luttrell had been an associate with Post & Schell in Philadelphia.

Be Group, a Philadelphia recruiting firm that specializes in sales, marketing and communications, and technology professionals, has hired Ed Epstein as vice president of staffing solutions. He had been senior vice president at NTT Data Americas (legacy MISI Co.), where he managed the IT staffing teams in Philadelphia, New York, and Los Angeles.

Mission Kids, a child advocacy center in East Norriton, has hired Leslie Slingsby as associate director and Chuck Watkins as development director. Slingsby had been manager of continuous quality improvement at the Bucks County Children and Youth Services and director of victim services for the Network of Victim Assistance. Watkins had been director of annual giving at Chestnut Hill College.

Michael C. Rose has been hired as an associate in the workers' compensation department at Capehart Scatchard, Mount Laurel. He was sole practitioner with the Law Office of Michael C. Rose, Esq. LLC, Lawrenceville.

Charles Kochka has been promoted to executive vice president, chief lending officer, from senior vice president, commercial lending, at Meridian Bank, Malvern.

Shoemaker Construction Co., a part of the Butz Family of Companies, Philadelphia, has hired Michael Gavaghan as a site-safety manager assigned to the second-shift construction of the Gallery at Market East renovation into Fashion Outlets of Philadelphia. He had been a maintenance supervisor in the Air Force.

Developmental Enterprises Corp., a Norristown nonprofit that provides a range of training and therapeutic services to the mentally retarded and other disabled adults, has hired W. Michael Botts, Bridget Ryan, and Susan F. Wetherill as program specialists of its Center Point facility in Worcester. Botts had been a direct support professional at the Devereux Pocono Center in Newfoundland, Wayne County. Ryan had been an applied behavioral analysis therapist within the Souderton Area School District for Trevose-based Epic Developmental Services. Wetherill had been a care case manager at the Chester, Delaware County, office of Children's Choice.

Philadelphia law firm Stradley Ronon partner Christopher W. Rosenbleeth has been appointed chair of the firm's real estate practice group.

The artist collective Vox Populi, Philadelphia, has named James Merle Thomas executive director. He teaches global contemporary art at the Tyler School of Art at Temple University.

21st Century Cyber Charter School, Downingtown, has hired Teresa Littrell McSweeney as high school principal. She had been assistant principal at J.O. Johnson High School in Huntsville, Ala.

ELAP Services LLC, Wayne, has appointed health-care executives J. Patrick Foley as president and Mike Burnett as chief financial officer. The company specializes in reducing health-insurance costs for midsize employers across the United States. Foley had been senior vice president of delivery and operations at Lumeris. Burnett had been chief financial officer for PDR, a provider of drug information and prescriber communications.

Mazars USA, Fort Washington, has named Brian Browne as a principal in its cybersecurity practice based out of the Pennsylvania office. He had been managing director at Grant Thornton LLP.

Linda Perkins has been hired as of counsel at White & Williams, Philadelphia. She had been an assistant district attorney in Philadelphia.

Osage University Partners, a Bala Cynwyd venture-capital fund that invests in university start-ups, has promoted John Lee to principal, from senior associate. He focuses on technology investments, including enterprise software, cybersecurity, and hardware.

The Harman Group, a Philadelphia structural-engineering firm specializing in buildings, promoted the following: Todd Campbell, to senior associate from associate/project manager; Chris Gottschall, to associate from senior project engineer; Jason Squitiere, to associate from project manager; and Tuna Yelkikanat, to senior associate and director of the New York office from associate/director.

Richard Jackson has been promoted to associate from senior project engineer in the Philadelphia office of Modjeski & Masters, a bridge design and engineering firm.

Waverly Heights Retirement Community has hired Lauren Kelley as vice president of human resources. She had been director of human resources at NorthEast Treatment Centers.

Robert Anderson, former director of the British Museum, has been selected as the president and CEO of the Chemical Heritage Foundation. He has been interim president since July.

Erin McManus Connock has joined the Speech-Language Institute of Salus University, Elkins Park, as a clinical educator. She had been a speech-language pathologist at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

Tompkins VIST Bank, Wyomissing, has hired Peter Rowley as assistant vice president, relationship manager, in the Commercial Lending Group. He had been a relationship manager with M&T Bank.

Thomas O'Brien has been named senior vice president and chief information officer at PJM Interconnection, the regional power grid operator in Valley Forge.

Tom Duffy has been hired as executive vice president, industry affairs, in the Marlton office of Acosta, a Jacksonville, Fla., sales and marketing agency. He had been vice president, industry services, at Nielsen. - Mike Zebe