Beth Finn is a technology leader-by-day turned activist-by-night with a passion for leaving the world a better place than she found it. She is a self-described motivator, sky reacher, and over-achiever. She started her 20+ year technology career writing Java applets and desktop applications in C++ and now manages large technology programs for a healthcare analytics company.
Initially an advocate for the brain tumor community and women and girls in STEM, her activism kicked into high gear following the 2016 Presidential election when she was one of the co-founders of the Women’s March on Philadelphia. This life changing experience opened her eyes to the social and economic injustices that are rampant in America today. Beth ran for Philadelphia City Council at Large in the 2019 primary. She now serves as President of Pennsylvania NOW, on the Boards of Americans for Democratic Action SE PA Chapter and the Female Hebrew Benevolent Society, and on the Steering Committees for the Philadelphia Public Banking Coalition and Philly for Change, an affiliate of Democracy for America.
Beth lives with her partner Robert in Philadelphia just a few blocks from the Liberty Bell and loves reading everything she can get her hands on, meeting new people, and being the best aunt in the world.
Jerrold “Jim” Moss is Special Counsel to the firm Astor Weiss Kaplan & Mandel, LLP, with his practice focused in the areas of civil litigation and business transactions. He earned his JD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law.
Served on Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association
Served on Board of Directors of the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association
Served as President of the Government Study Commission (which drafted the Home Rule Charter of Cheltenham Township)
Served on Cheltenham Township Zoning Board
Member of ADA for over 45 years, holding several offices in the SEPA chapter, including President for 3 years
Served as Vice President, Society Hill Civic Association
Served as President of Council, Society Hill Towers Owners Association
Serves as Counsel and on Executive Committee of Central Delaware Advocacy Group
Served on Mayor’s Central Delaware Riverfront Advisory Group
Served on Board of Directors of Muse Gallery
Served on Board of Directors of Cheltenham Center for the Arts
Taught Business Law at Spring Garden College
Former Committeeperson, Cheltenham Township and Philadelphia
Former President, New Democratic Coalition of Pennsylvania
Former Delegate to Democratic National Convention
Glenavie is Acting Chair of the ADASEPA board. She has been a board member since 2009 and was Chair from 2010 to 2017.