The Mann Center for the Performing Arts is pleased to announce that Daniel Greenberg and Larry C. Skinner were appointed to the board of directors on Oct. 3, 2017. Greenberg is a real estate developer and founder of North Broad Living Management and Skinner is the vice president of sales and marketing at Conversion Technologies International, Inc.
“Our board continues to grow in strength, expertise and diversity, and we are so pleased to add these two talented gentlemen to our board of directors at the Mann,” said Catherine M. Cahill, president and CEO. “Both Daniel and Larry will contribute important skills and insights for the governance of the Mann, and have a passion for ensuring the Mann continues to be an essential part of the cultural fabric of Philadelphia and the region.”
As a real estate developer in Philadelphia, Greenberg is focused on building residential and commercial spaces that enhance the character of the neighborhoods in which they are located. He is also the owner of Tela’s Market & Kitchen, an artisanal grocer and café, located at his mixed-use development on Fairmount Avenue. Prior to starting his own business, Greenberg spent five years in real estate project management and finance, including positions at Temple University Health System’s Real Estate Group and the Commercial Real Estate lending group at Citizens Bank. Greenberg grew up in Chestnut Hill and he lives with his wife and two children in the Spring Garden neighborhood of Philadelphia. He also serves on the board of directors of the Spring Garden Civic Association and Philadelphia Youth Basketball, a non-profit organization that strives to empower individuals and communities through sports.
A longtime resident of the Wynnefield area of Philadelphia, Skinner has more than 30 years of experience in delivering sustained revenue and profit in the field of document management. During his time at Conversion Technologies International, Inc., he progressed from director of business development to vice president of sales and marketing and supervised a sales force across the U.S. and Canada. Skinner was recently elected to the board of directors of the Liberty Bell Chapter of ARMA, serves on Cheyney University’s Council of Trustees, and is a member of Forum for a Better Pennsylvania, an affiliation of politically engaged leaders in Pennsylvania who are committed to increasing the quality of social, civic and economic participation by African Americans across the Commonwealth. A proud graduate of Cheyney University (’76) and passionate advocate for children and young adults, he also serves as a mentor and president emeritus of the Cheyney C Club.
Both Greenberg and Skinner join an active board of dedicated trustees who are engaged and committed to furthering the Mann’s mission and strategic vision.