Karin Copeland

Former Executive Director, Arts + Business Council of Greater Philadelphia & Vice President, Member Engagement at Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce

Karin Copeland

Karin Copeland

Former Executive Director, Arts + Business Council of Greater Philadelphia & Vice President, Member Engagement at Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce

Biography

Karin Copeland is on the board of Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau, Inc. and The Arts & Business Council of Greater Philadelphia.

Overview
Career Highlights

Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce
The Arts & Business Council of Greater Philadelphia

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399

Number of Boards

2

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President at University of the Arts - Philadelphia

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Founder at Healthcare Administrative Partners LLC

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Founder at Synterra Ltd.

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Select Greater Philadelphia

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Member Emeritus, Board of Directors at Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau, Inc.

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Chair, Real Estate Department at Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP

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Executive Director at Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Citizens Bank in Delaware

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Member, Board of Trustees at Connelly Foundation

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Partner at Zuckerman-Honickman, Inc.

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In The News
Philadelphia Inquirer
April 14, 2019
Resources at No Cost
Philadelphia Inquirer
June 13, 2016
The Boardroom: WHYY adds three members
Philadelphia Business Journal
June 12, 2015
New group to boost creative economy in Phila. :
Philadelphia Inquirer
October 6, 2014
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Karin Copeland
Former Executive Director, Arts + Business Council of Greater Philadelphia & Vice President, Member Engagement at Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce
Education
Graduate
Class of 1983

At the University of the Arts, creativity in all its forms overlaps and converges — like colors combining to form more vibrant hues. Musicians collaborate with media makers. Photographers work with designers, writers with performers. A History of Creative Thinking For more than 130 years, we have defined creativity. The University of the Arts in Philadelphia is one of the only universities in the United States solely dedicated to educating creative individuals in the visual and performing arts and design. Our 2,100 undergraduate and graduate students and 500 faculty members are passionate about what they do, and in the process, are redefining the way we think, teach and create. Areas of Study The University of the Arts offers 41 undergraduate and graduate degree programs through its College of Art, Media & Design, College of Performing Arts and Division of Liberal Arts. Schools within the colleges include: School of Art School of Design School of Film School of Dance Ira Brind School of Theater Arts School of Music A Vibrant Urban Campus Our campus in Center City Philadelphia stretches for six blocks along the Avenue of the Arts, from Walnut Street to South Street. Here, faculty mentors guide aspiring student artists and designers from over 25 countries to become well-prepared professionals and creative leaders. Reaching Out to the Public We believe in the creative process as a transformative force for society. The University of the Arts reaches out to the community through a variety of programs, including: Continuing Education Professional Institute for Educators Pre-College Summer Institute Saturday School (High School) Saturday Arts Lab (K-8) Corzo Center for the Creative Economy

Career History
Executive Director, Arts + Business Council of Greater Philadelphia & Vice President, Member Engagement
Prior

The Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to promoting regional economic growth, advancing business-friendly public policies, and servicing our members through outstanding programs, benefits and services. As an advocate for regional development, the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to supporting and encouraging the continued growth of each of our approximately 5,000 member companies together with the regional business community. The Chamber strives to influence business-friendly legislation in all levels of government, participate in initiatives to improve education and the community, present professional enrichment programs, and provide our members with cost-efficient ways to run their businesses. The Chamber motto is Get involved. Get results. Through this member-focused Web site, you can discover what you need and where you need to go, who to call, and ultimately why becoming a member of the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce is one of the best strategies for growing your business.

Executive Director
Prior

The Arts & Business Council of Greater Philadelphia (ABC) strengthens our creative sector, including arts, culture and for-profit creative businesses, by engaging the business, legal & technology communities, providing capacity-building services, and serving as a thought leader and a convener. ABC, with the support of the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, is uniquely positioned to actively connect the creative sector with the business, legal and technology communities.

Director of Corporate Sales
Prior
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