Rebecca Antczak

Chair

Rebecca Antczak was the Director of Annual Programs at Merion Mercy Academy in Merion Station, PA.  Previously, Rebecca was the Director of Development and Alumni Relations at Holy Child Academy in Drexel Hill.  Between these two roles, Rebecca has a total of over 10 years of experience in fundraising.  “I hope to use my experience in nonprofit fundraising to help the PBGC raise even more funding for the organization.”  Prior to working in development, Rebecca was an associate at the law firm of Drinker Biddle & Reath, where she practiced commercial litigation.

Rebecca is the mother of a member of the Girls Choir.  Her daughter has been a member of the organization since 2015.

Rebecca joined the board in 2020.

Tim Sabol

Vice Chair

Tim Sabol is a Private Wealth Advisor with Ameriprise Financial in Philadelphia, PA.  Tim and his team provide customized advice to individual clients and multi-generation families regarding investment management, risk mitigation, and complex financial planning issues.  In addition to retirees and small business owners, Tim has extensive experience with physicians and pre-IPO technology company shareholders.  Tim works with clients in 33 states and has been quoted on various financial planning topics in The Wall Street Journal (print), SmartMoney Magazine, Fox Business News, CNBC, and Entrepreneur Magazine.  Prior to working at Ameriprise Financial, Tim was with the predecessor firm, American Express.

In addition to serving as Vice Chairman of the Board of the Philadelphia Boys Choir and Philadelphia Girls Choir, Tim also serves on the Board of Directors of the Wilma Theater.  A former Drexel University Varsity Rower, Tim resides in Society Hill with his husband, Dr. Judd Flesch.

Ned Moore, Jr.

Treasurer

A native of Ambler, PA currently living in Lower Gwynedd, Ned went to La Salle College High School and then Villanova University. A life-long entrepreneur in a wide array of business sectors who has founded and grown several companies, Ned is the Co-founder, Chairman and CEO of Clutch, which provides an advanced Customer Management Platform for B2C businesses. Over his career he has raised over $50MM in venture capital and has grown companies from zero to over 250+ employees.  Under Ned’s leadership Clutch was named Technology Startup of the Year in 2014 and Portico was named Emerging Technology Company of the Year in 2008 by the Greater Philadelphia Alliance for Capital and Technology (PACT). He was recognized as the 2008 Technology CEO of the Year and as a finalist for the 2015 Technology CEO of the Year and honored with the Philadelphia Business Journal 2007 40 under 40 Award. Entrepreneurship.

A member of the PBCC from 1979-82, Ned is passionate about PBCC and the tremendous impact it had on his life. Ned is passionate about ensuring that this organization is here for young people for years to come.

Marlene Bollar

Secretary

Marlene Bollar has been a leader in philanthropy and community service for two decades. Marlene currently serves as President of the Lenape Regional High School, Parent Teacher Organization. Prior to her time with Lenape, Marlene served as PTO Vice President – Fundraising for Mount Laurel Springville Elementary School. Marlene was able to utilize her past experience to revamp the PTO fundraising platform, breaking all previous fundraising records. Marlene is also an active volunteer with the Alice Paul Institute, an organization dedicated to development of leadership skills in young girls. Marlene served as Human Resources Manager for BASF before leaving the workplace to raise her family.

Marlene Bollar has worked for many years fundraising for the Philadelphia Boys and Girls Choirs. Marlene brings extensive experience in fundraising, communications, and marketing. She has a great passion for the arts, women’s rights, and education. Marlene is the proud parent of three children – two PBGC alumni and one young woman active in the Girls Choir.

Directors

Phillip Brown

Phillip Sean Brown is currently the Director of Theater at the Shipley School in Bryn Mawr, PA. Before starting his acting studio, The Ambler Actors Studio, he worked for Disney Original Programming. He was the Acting/dialogue coach and ‘punch-up’ writer on the hit Original Series Disney shows, “That’s So Raven” and “Cory in the House.” His personal students included Rayvon Simone, Kyle Massey, David Henrie, Jason Dolly, and many others. Phillip wrote and co-created the hit Hip-Hop musical, “The Last Jimmy” with Dice Raw from the Legendary Roots Crew, “Box” which is the narrative of Henry Box Brown, about a slave who mailed himself from Virginia to freedom in Philadelphia. Phillip has optioned screenplays in Hollywood and was co-creator and head writer for a live Interactive Entertainment News/Music Video show for the Black Entertainment Network (BET) entitled AM@BET in 2000. Most recently, Phillip has launched his original content creation production company, Sling & Sone Productions.

Phillip attended the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, where he studied Theater Arts, and he received his Bachelor of Science, with Honors, in Business Administration and Leadership from Rosemont College. Phillip is also a graduate of Germantown Academy in Fort Washington, PA.

Robert Corcoran

More information coming soon!

Charles Elliott

Charles is a relationship officer and Deputy Team Leader in BNY Mellon Treasury Services’ Corporate Sales group, responsible for delivering treasury solutions to the large corporate marketplace in the northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. Since 1992, Charles has held a number of varied positions within Treasury Services’ Sales and Operations.  Prior to joining the organization, he was employed at Maryland National Bank in Baltimore, Maryland. He received his bachelor’s degree from Towson University and his master of business administration from the University of Baltimore, part of the University of Maryland system.

A member of the Philadelphia Boys Choir and Chorale singing Bass from 2008 – 2014, Charles currently sings with the Wayne Oratorio Society in Wayne, PA, and has continued his legacy with PBCC through his children, Charlie (PBCC Alumni), Jacob (PBCC Alumni) and Eliza. Married to Amy Barnes Elliott, a Foreign Languages educator in the Tredyffrin-Easttown School District, they reside in Malvern, PA.

Brian Garvin

Brian is an Assurance Partner at PwC within their Private Company Services (“PCS”) Group. He specializes working with privately held companies across various industries. Brian has over 15 years’ experience working in public accounting. Throughout his career at PwC, Brian has held several leadership roles within the PwC Philadelphia PCS practice which have included supporting technical accounting and audit methodology, expansion of shared service center utilization and the advancement of digital audit technologies. He is a certified public accountant and holds a B.S. in Accounting from Villanova University. He lives in South Philadelphia with his wife Alexis and their twin children Rory and Paige. Brian joined the Board in 2019.

Paul Mainardi

A performing member of the Chorale since the 1990s, Mr. Mainardi is an attorney and partner with law firm of Brown & Connery, LLP. A graduate of Brown University, he earned his master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Chicago and his law degree from Rutgers University School of Law. Although his law practice is focused in the areas of business transactions and litigation, Mainardi has also represented non-profit organizations. Mr. Mainardi is also a founding Trustee of The Tyler Clementi Foundation and helped in forming The Tyler Clementi Center at Rutgers University.

Paul has served as Chair of the Board of DIrectors as well as the board’s Treasurer and chair of the Governance Committee.

Michael Reese

More information coming soon!

Megan Stalker

Megan is currently managing Penn Medicine’s Passport and Executive Health Programs.  She brings her energy, talent for building relationships, and ability to think strategically to these personalized programs where patients are looking for an optimal experience to navigate their health care needs.

Prior to Penn Medicine, Megan was Director of Institutional Advancement for seven years at Center School and Director of Development for Special People in Northeast, Inc. for nearly twenty years. For over two decades, Megan wore many hats and titles including development, communications, public relations, event planning, fundraising, admissions, and marketing. As a valued Senior Team Member, she was able to utilize her people skills and strengthen relationships with families, alumni, the business community, donors, and the press.

Megan is most proud of her son who joined the Boys Choir in 2022 as an Advanced Cadet.  In just a few short months, he was promoted to the Performing Choir. He has gained invaluable cultural experiences by performing at various venues and traveling on his first tour.

Ann Tiao

Dr. Ann Tiao has dedicated the majority of her current career in higher education to increasing access, promoting diversity, and building inclusive spaces with a specific emphasis on graduation education, systems, and assessment. She is currently the Assistant Dean for Student Services in the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn GSE) where she has also taught for almost two decades.

Dr. Tiao has worked in numerous fields including high tech, engineering, statistics, and higher education, typically focusing on building new teams, programs, or systems utilizing data driven research to foster continuing improvement. She has degrees from Kansas State University, Texas A&M University, and the University of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Tiao also has been in involved in music her entire life playing the violin, viola, and the piano from an early age. Her son continues that tradition and has been with the Philadelphia Boys Choir and Chorale for more than 6 years and has sung with the Philadelphia Opera and the Curtis Institute. Dr. Tiao currently resides in Philadelphia with her family.

Philadelphia Boys and Girls Choirs

Phone: 215.222.3500

Email: info@pbgcsings.org

Physical Address:
1336 Spring Garden St.
Philadelphia, PA 19123

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 58298
Philadelphia, PA 19102