PEF is delighted to announce the election of three new members to the Board of Directors on August 20th.
Aleksandra Davis is Director of Digital and Technology Innovation at PwC and brings 15 years of experience leading organizations through business and technology transformations. Aleks’s functional experience is focused on helping to frame and execute business strategies, while expanding the organizational and tech capabilities required for growth.
Her interest in helping nonprofits comes from within. “I have an innate desire to do good and do what’s right for our communities, so everyone can grow, learn, and thrive in a safe and supporting environment.”
In a year that demands innovation and technology to deliver on organizational goals, the timing could not be better to welcome Aleks to the Philadelphia Education Fund Board of Directors.
Phillip Gabler is a Distinguished Engineer at Comcast. His long career in software engineering and experience managing complex teams is paralleled by a deep commitment to giving back. A long-time volunteer in Philadelphia, Phil tells us, “I am deeply committed to giving back to my community and am an energetic team player. I am dedicated to finding a purpose that aligns with my inner “why?” to which I can dedicate my energy, time, and love for my community.”
Asim Haque is Vice President, State and Member Services, at PJM where he leads the State Government Policy division, Electricity Infrastructure Policy unit, and Member Services division. He found his way to PJM by way of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio where he served as Chair.
Asim is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University, where he graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and political science. He received his Juris Doctor from Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law.