Mr. Radie joined Neuraptive Therapeutics in June 2020 as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer. Previously he served as President, Chief Executive Officer and Director of Zyla Life Sciences (formerly Egalet) from March 2012 to October 2019. From November 2010 to October 2011, Mr. Radie served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Topaz Pharmaceuticals Inc., a specialty pharmaceutical company acquired by Sanofi Pasteur in 2011. From March 2009 to November 2010, Mr. Radie served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Transmolecular, Inc., a biotechnology company developing cancer diagnostic and treatment products, after serving as a consultant to Transmolecular, Inc. from December 2008 through March 2009.
From September 2007 to September 2008, Mr. Radie served as the Chief Business Officer of Prestwick Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a specialty pharmaceutical company. Before joining Prestwick Pharmaceuticals, Mr. Radie served in senior management positions with a number of pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, including Morphotek, Inc., Vicuron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and Eli Lilly and Company. He currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors of Rockwell Medical, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company, ValSource a healthcare advisory services company, Horse Power For Life, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals diagnosed with cancer, and Life Sciences of Pennsylvania, formerly Pennsylvania Bio.
Mr. Radie has served as a Director of Affinium Pharmaceuticals, Ltd., a specialty pharmaceutical company, from July 2012 to March 2014 and Veloxis Pharmaceuticals AS, a public commercial stage company from June 2016 until its acquisition in February 2020.
Mr. Radie received his B.S. in Chemistry from Boston College.
Ms. Flocco is currently an Executive Director for Kannaway, a company dedicated to creating and offering the highest quality non-psychoactive cannabis products that bring balance to the mind, body and soul.
From 2007 to 2021, Ms. Flocco served as Director of Human Resources at Boenning & Scattergood, Inc., the oldest independent financial services firms in the mid-Atlantic region. During her tenure there, she was a member of the Firm’s Management Committee, Retirement Plan Committee, Disaster Recovery Committee, and Social Media Committee. In addition, she was responsible for corporate event planning, which included raising money each year for local charities. Previously, Ms. Flocco served as Manager of Administration for Antares Pharma, Inc., a medical device company, and Human Resources Manager for Pilgrim Baxter & Associates, a mutual fund investment company. She has volunteered and assisted with fundraising for Horse Power for Life since 2008. Ms. Flocco earned her Bachelor’s degree in Business Communications from Rosemont College. She has earned a certificate in Professional Human Resources Management from Villanova University.
Ms. Flocco was born and raised in Chester County where she enjoyed visiting horse farms with her father, horse riding camp, and currently enjoys attending horse shows and polo events. Ms. Flocco loves cats and dreamed of being a veterinarian when a child. She lives with her fiancé, Howard Moore in Devon, PA, with their three cats, Sami, Nikka and Jasper, and dog, Vesta.
James H. Scott
Mr. Scott is currently active in a variety of organizations in Chester County, serves on the board of The Library Company of Philadelphia, and has recently retired from the Engineering Advisory Board of The University of Texas at Austin, after 25 years of service including a term as chairman. Following successful executive assignments with J.P. Morgan (corporate banking), Amherst College (cfo), Morgan Stanley (institutional investment portfolio strategy), and Texas Utilities (engineering and energy management), he retired in 2007 to focus on his board responsibilities and writing pursuits.
Since 1986, he has served on the boards of a commercial bank, a privately-owned engineering company, two publishing companies, three mutual fund investment companies, two Fortune 500 financial services companies, several colleges, and was selected in 2016 by a national magazine as one of America’s “Most Influential Black American Corporate Directors.”
Mr. Scott served in the U.S. Peace Corps in Guyana, So. America in the ‘60s and also served later on President Carter’s White House staff. He holds degrees from Villanova University (Bachelor of Electrical Engineering & Master of Arts) and Washington University in St. Louis (MBA). He and his wife, Cora, have four adult children, two grandchildren and two step-grandchildren.
Ms. Fiedler-Dluhy is currently a Chapter Leader for Fabulous Shoe Night for Chester County, a women's group joining like-minded women together for socializing, networking, and most importantly charity, and of course an evening out to wear and show off whatever shoes make YOU feel fabulous. She also for the past 3 years served as leader of 100 Women Who Care Chester County and was previously the Event Planner for Gardner's Nursery in Chester Springs. Ms. Fiedler-Dluhy was previously a leader for Stella & Dot, a fortune 500 Company based in San Francisco, was an active addition to this company for 5 years, where she actively managed and coached a team of entrepreneurs, She was also the initial Vice President of The West Vincent Elementary PTA, in Chester Springs for 1 term and continued to serve a consecutive term as President.
For 25 Years Ms. Fiedler Dluhy has fund-raised for local charities, such as The Chester County SPCA, where she served as Event Chair for their well-known Forget Me Not Garden Party. She also has done fund-raising for a local charity for adult Autism, Stephanie's House, located in Chester Springs. Amy also is on the Board for Designing 4 Hope, a Charity that gives sick children and their siblings, dream room make overs, so they can rest and heal, even if it’s just to forget hospitals for a little while. In addition, she has donated and fundraised for Horse Power for Life the past 12 years.
Ms. Fiedler-Dluhy has always been an animal lover and is a proud mom of a retired Quarter Horse, " Monday's Hunter" Hunter. She has rescued several dogs over the years, and currently has a 9 year young, Golden Retriever named Myles and two Jack Russell Terriers Mavis and Margot. Amy and her daughter also own and love a Mini Pony named Peach who was originally Georgia's Therapy Pony after suffering a traumatic brain injury, and after recover Peach has done service hours with Horse Power for Life. The Dluhy Family were also the proud owners of one of the programs star ponies, " Sundance" and have witnessed first-hand the major impact this charity has on its participants.
Cancer has affected several family members and friends and she has a passion for this program, after being introduced to the program by her daughter's childhood friend during her treatment. Amy has recently faced her personal battle to breast Cancer the last 18 months and is on her journey to continued health.
Blaine R. Feinauer, Esq.
Mr. Feinauer is an associate attorney at the law firm of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP. He maintains a general litigation practice with a focus on representing clients in complex commercial business disputes and real estate and land use litigation. Prior to joining Saul Ewing, Mr. Feinauer received his J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2016. He received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Political Science from the University of Pittsburgh, graduating summa cum laude in 2013.
Mr. Feinauer serves on the board of directors of the Chester County Bar Association and is the chair-elect of the Chester County Bar Association’s Young Lawyer’s Division. He lives in Glen Mills with his wife, Gloria, two dogs, six cats, and ducks.
Dr. Shannon Stanek
Born and raised in Southern California, Dr. Stanek has always loved and cared for animals. After spending her 16th year as an exchange student in Australia, she moved to Virginia where she finished high school while working for a local veterinarian. She then attended Virginia Tech receiving two Bachelor’s degrees in Animal Science and Agricultural Economics before starting veterinary school at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine located on the Virginia Tech Campus.
After graduating from veterinary school, Dr. Stanek joined a practice in Virginia, and started her own house call practice taking care of dogs, cats, horses and small ruminants. She moved to Pennsylvania in 1999, and has worked at a cat only practice, a small animal clinic, and at the Humane Society of Berks County while running a house call only practice. Dr. Stanek is the former President of the American Association of House Call and Mobile Veterinarians. She purchased the Exton Vet Clinic in June 2006 where she continues to care for dogs and cats.
Dr. Stanek is the mother to two children, eight cats, and the family service dog.
Mark Strobeck, Ph.D.
Dr. Strobeck was most recently Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Assertio Therapeutics, a fully integrated specialty pharmaceutical company focused on developing effective medicines for patients with acute and chronic pain. Dr. Strobeck joined Assertio Therapeutics, after the acquisition of Zyla Life Sciences where he was Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Previously, Dr. Strobeck served in similar positions for several Pharmaceutical companies including Egalet Corporation, Corridor Pharmaceuticals, Topaz Pharmaceuticals, Trevena Inc., and GlaxoSmithKline. Before working at these healthcare companies, Dr. Strobeck was a venture capitalist at SR One Ltd., the wholly owned venture capital arm of GSK and Euclid SR Partners. Dr. Strobeck earned a Ph.D. in Pharmacology and Cell Biophysics from the University of Cincinnati, completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, and received his Bachelor’s degree from St. Lawrence University.
Ms. Oyola is a Clinical Program Manager at Inovio Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a company “taking immunotherapy to the next level in the fight against cancer and infectious diseases” using their DNA-based immunotherapy technology platform. Sandi has worked in the clinical trial industry for over 20 years.
She is a veteran of the United States Army Reserves, 8th Medical Brigade, serving stateside at the United States Military Academy during the First Gulf War. She is also an active volunteer for the Girls Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania and is involved in the Lionville Elementary School Home and School Association. Sandi received a bachelor of science in medical technology from Upstate Medical University in Syracuse and attended graduate school at Roswell Park Cancer Institute for Experimental Pathology. She is an ASCP-Certified and Registered Medical Technologist and is Certified Clinical Research Professional (CCRP). Sandi lives in Chester County with family.
Frank A. Piliero
Mr. Piliero is currently co-owner of Marsh Creek Corporate Services, a holding company for several entrepreneurial initiatives. In addition, he also serves in various capacities for several family-owned businesses located in Chester County. From 1985-1999 Frank was an Executive Vice President and the Chief Financial Officer of ECS, Inc. Mr. Piliero is very active in the community and currently is a Board member of the Paoli Hospital Foundation, Alternate Member of the Zoning Board for Charlestown Township, and is currently active with Chester County Economic Development Council. He has also served as Board member for the Upper Main Line YMCA where he led a multimillion-dollar capital fund campaign to develop new YMCA facilities for area residents of Chester County.