We are welcoming four new members to their Board of Directors. Read about them below!
Kristen Batson Eberle, Esq. concentrates her practice in family law matters, providing legal representation in the areas of divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, protection from abuse, adoption, pre and post nuptial agreements and related matters. With over fifteen years of experience, she has litigated many cases at the stale and appellate levels. In addition to her litigation practice, Ms. Eberle is a trained collaborative law attorney and mediator.
Heather Dieckmann has been employed by SSB Bank since January 2017 as a business development officer. Ms. Dieckmann handles consumer loan origination for SSB Bank. She currently serves on the executive board of the Builders Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh, Regional Legislative Officer for Pennsylvania Builders Association (PBA), Rotary District 7300 Treasurer, and Rotary District 7300 Assistant District Governor. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Duquesne University in 2004.
Richard J. Joyce, Esq. provides legal counsel as a sole practitioner and as an associate with Michael W. Nalli, PC. His practice areas include: contract law; contract drafting, review, and negotiation; small business law; business formation and organizational documents; business administration and management documents; public governance and regulation; as well as, conflict resolution. In December 2015, he formed a limited liability company focused on assisting public sector stakeholders with furtherance of public policy initiatives. Civic Based Choices offers the following services: public policy analysis, implementation, and management (AIM) advising; policy outreach, consensus facilitation, and collaborative governance consulting; as well as, internal governance and program evaluation. He is also an adjunct faculty member at the University of Pittsburgh.
Emma Lamberton is a 2018 Fulbright scholar and journalist currently completing her graduate studies in International Development at the University of Pittsburgh. After graduating summa cum laude with two B.A. degrees in Music and Writing, Ms. Lamberton entered full-time work as a journalist, covering national and local issues in health care and immigration. A lifelong learner and traveler, Ms. Lamberton accepted a Fulbright teaching position in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, were she was responsible for curriculum development.