As Managing Partner of Top of the Tower, a catering venue in Center City Philadelphia, Ms. Kochman is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the facility. Top of the Tower has donated the Time for Teens annual fundraiser each year since its inception. Ms. Kochman is founding member of Time for Teens. She has been President of the Upper Darby School Board and is a Board member at the Beverly Hills Presbyterian Church. Ms. Kochman is a lifelong resident of Upper Darby where she is a graduate of Upper Darby High School and Villanova University.
Mr. Santora is CEO of A&E Construction, Inc. in Upper Darby, PA. He provides hands-on management of construction projects from budgeting and business planning to day-to-day project management. In addition, he gives back to the community in many ways as Vice President of Time for Teens, a Board of Trustee at the Country Day School of the Sacred Heart, and past President of UNICO. Mr. Santora encourages his team at A&E to be a part of the community and give back as often as possible.
Ms. Scanlon is the Site Coordinator for Weed & Seed of Upper Darby Township, which is a program that improves the quality of life for residents. With a Masters in Criminal Justice, Ms. Scanlon has been a Facilitator for Anger Management classes, a Criminal Court Advocate for victims of domestic violence and a Hearing and Enforcement Officer for Domestic Relations of the Delaware County courthouse. She joined the Board of Time for Teens because she believes that our youth are our future and they need all the support and help we can offer them. Ms. Scanlon lives in Upper Darby.
Ms. Brandolini is the Director of Pupil Services for the Upper Darby School District and has worked in education since 1983. She provided direct service counseling and social work services in various school settings prior to joining the Upper Darby School District in 1993. In her current role, Ms. Brandolini coordinates the District’s social work, psychology, counseling and nursing programs. She also administers the District’s Safe Schools grants and alternative education programs. Ms. Brandolini is the Treasurer of the Pennsylvania Association of Pupil Services Administrators.
Mr. DeVlieger is Superintendent for Personnel and Public Information in the Upper Darby School District, a position that he has held for the past nine years. In addition, he has been a member of Time for Teens and the Upper Darby Community Partnership since their second year. Mr. DeVlieger is very active on the Board of the Upper Darby Weed and Seed Committee. As an educator for the past 36 years, Mr. DeVlieger has served the Upper Darby School District as an English teacher, Coach and Assistant Principal at Upper Darby High School and Principal at Bywood Elementary School. Prior to coming to the Upper Darby School District in 1987, Mr. DeVlieger spent 14 years as an English teacher and Development Director at Cardinal O’Hara High School in Springfield, PA.