The Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition welcomed its next executive committee as of July 1.
Ciro Poppiti III, Esq. is taking the helm as new board president. He will be supported by Matt Stehl, vice president, as well as Bradley Slaney, treasurer, and Sue Bowlby, secretary.
Poppiti has formerly served on the coalition board as secretary, treasurer and, most recently, vice president.
Poppiti has been a dynamic register of wills for New Castle County, having first been elected in 2010. Under his leadership, the office launched an innovative program which has audited over $150 million in unaccounted assets, netting some $2.3 million in found money for New Castle County. He serves as a judge advocate (lawyer) in the Delaware Army National Guard.
The two newest board members are Avani Virani, MD, and Judi Pflaumer.
Virani is board certified in internal medicine and hospice-palliative care medicine. She is currently working as medical director with Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Delaware. She is also a physician with Vitas Hospice. Avani has been appointed by Gov. John Carney to the Behavioral Health Consortium chaired by Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long. She was also appointed by Carney to the Addiction Action Committee.
Pflaumer is chief compliance officer of Wealth Management Group LLC. She is a certified pension fiduciary advisor.
For more information, go to www.debreastcancer.org or call 302-778-1102.