UPMC Children’s Hospital Foundation Announces New Board Members
PITTSBURGH – April 19, 2022 – UPMC Children’s Hospital Foundation today announced the appointment of three new board members to the UPMC Children’s Hospital Foundation Board of Trustees.
Bryan C. Brantley, Esq., Partner, McGuireWoods LLP, Mr. John P. Burke, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Armada, and Mr. David L. Motley, General Partner, Black Tech Nation Ventures, have joined the Board of Trustees.
“It’s an incredibly exciting time to be a part of the Foundation and we are thrilled to welcome Bryan, John, and David to our dynamic and passionate Board of Trustees,” said Rachel Petrucelli, President, UPMC Children’s Hospital Foundation. “Each of them brings a unique set of skills that will help us fulfill our mission. We are so grateful that they have committed their time and expertise to the Foundation.”
Bryan C. Brantley, Esq., is a well-rounded litigator with national experience in a wide range of industries including transportation, retail, construction equipment, manufacturing, and pharmaceuticals. Brantley is a member of McGuireWoods LLP’s Board of Partners and the leader of the firm’s Transportation Industry Group.
Mr. John P. Burke is a 30-year veteran in the food industry and has spent his career creating and executing innovative supply chain solutions for national restaurant brands. Burke joined Armada in 1992, co-founded Hub One Logistics in 1996, and founded LXP in 2006. Both companies were consolidated under Armada in 2011.
Mr. David L. Motley is a General Partner of Black Tech Nation Ventures, a $50M Pittsburgh-based technology venture fund investing in seed stage companies with Black and diverse founders. David brings extensive experience in corporate governance, strategy development, and company formation and serves in leadership positions on multiple public, private, and venture-backed company boards.
“Bryan, John, and David are fantastic additions to the UPMC Children’s Hospital Foundation Board of Trustees,” said Mark A. Snyder, Board of Trustees Chairperson. “The Board of Trustees is an amazing group of people who are helping to make an impact on the lives of children, not only here in the Pittsburgh region, but around the world. We are delighted that these three talented community leaders have joined us.”
About UPMC Children’s Hospital Foundation:
UPMC Children’s Hospital Foundation is the catalyst that unites communities and contributors to create healthier futures for all children through life-changing care and cutting-edge research. As the sole fundraising arm of UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, we support their vision of being the world leader in pediatric health care, education, and discovery. The Foundation is a public charity under 501(c)(3) and 170(b)(1)(A) of the Internal Revenue Service Code. For more information, visit www.givetochildrens.org
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