Five movers and shakers from Montgomery County have found their place on the Philadelphia area’s Power 100, writes Ryan Sharrow for the Philadelphia Business Journal.
The list features individuals who possess the influence, respect, skill, and effectiveness that provide them with the power to shape the look and feel of the entire Philadelphia region for years to come. It is in alphabetical order.
The list opens with Mile Bowman, CEO of Valley Forge Tourism and Convention Board, who has been overseeing tourism in Montgomery County for the last four years.
Also on the list is David Field, chairman and CEO of Bala Cynwyd-based Entercom Communications, the second-largest radio station operator in the country.
Next is Frank Leto, CEO of Bryn Mawr Bank Corp. Since he took the reins of the Main Line institution nearly five years ago, Leto has more than doubled the size of its assets.
Al West, chairman and CEO of Oaks-based SEI Investments, is also featured.
Finally, the list is rounded off by Douglas C. Yearley Jr., CEO of Horsham-based Toll Brothers, one of the nation’s largest home building companies.
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