Nine Montgomery County Movers and Shakers Make PBJ’s Power 100 List

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Nine movers and shakers from Montgomery County are among the Philadelphia area’s Power 100 for 2022, writes Ryan Sharrow for Philadelphia Business Journal.

The list features individuals in alphabetical order with the influence, skill, and effectiveness that gives them the power to shape the look and feel of the entire Philadelphia region and their industries for years to come.

Mahe Bayireddi, CEO of Ambler-based Phenom, one of the highest-valued startups in the region at $1.4 billion, made the list, along with Mike Bowman, CEO of Valley Forge Tourism and Convention Board, who spent another year tirelessly guiding the local tourism industry through recovery.

Steven Collis, CEO of Conshohocken-based AmerisourceBergen, is also recognized, as is Eileen McDonnell, Executive Chair of Horsham-based Penn Mutual Life Insurance, which she helped moved into the Fortune 1000.

Bryn Mawr’s John Middleton, who owns a nearly 50 percent stake in the Philadelphia Phillies, Christopher Molineaux, President and CEO of King of Prussia-based Life Sciences Pennsylvania, and Leslie Richards, CEO of SEPTA, who saw the agency move forward with its planned development of the King of Prussia rail, are also featured.

Michael Rubin, CEO of Fanatics and Bryn Mawr resident, who continued to grow and diversify his sports and e-commerce empire, and Douglas Yearley Jr., CEO of Horsham-based Toll Brothers, one of the nation’s largest home building companies, round out this list.

Read more about the Power 100 movers and shakers in the Philadelphia Business Journal.