Board of Directors Employees
Board of Directors
Liz Kleintop, Ph.D. (Board Chair)
Faculty and Director of Assessment and Accreditation, Moravian University
Liz is a member of the faculty of Moravian University, where she teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in business and management. She holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration and a Master of Public Administration degree. She has published research on the workplace transitions of transgender women in a peer-reviewed journal and book. Liz is a transgender woman living full-time in her chosen gender. She is active in the LGBTQ+ community as a member of the LGBTQ Business Council of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce. She previously served as board chair and board treasurer at the center and was a recipient of the center's LGBT Community Leadership Award in 2019.
Joshua D. Shulman, Esq. (Vice Chair)
Attorney, Shulman Law Office PC
Josh was born and raised in the Lehigh Valley, proudly calling Bethlehem home for more than ten years. During that time, he has been practicing law at Shulman Law Office PC and currently serves as an Assistant Solicitor for Northampton County, where he passionately gets to support the aging, children, the developmentally disabled, and those in need of mental health services. He has been an active participant in and supporter of the center’s free LGBTQ+ legal clinic from its inception. Josh is honored to serve on the center's board and is committed to helping it grow and prosper.
Marvin Webb (Treasurer)
Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration, Funders for LGBTQ Issues
As Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration, Marvin mixes strategy, business efficiency, and analytical prowess insights at Funders for LGBTQ Issues. Using racial, economic, gender, social justice lenses, he's been at the helm of operationalizing the mission and values for the organization's finance, human resources, information technology, conference management, administration, and infrastructure. Marvin is proud to uplift the center's daily work on the front lines and support it on a national level for the regional and national LGBTQ+ movement. He also serves on CenterLink, the board of 200+ LGBT Community Centers. Marvin resides in Bethlehem with his husband George.
Chris Bongo (Secretary)
Plant Process Engineer, Air Products
Chris moved to the Lehigh Valley in 2014 when he joined Air Products as a Process Engineer supporting operating plants across the country. Since then, he has become involved with various volunteer organizations in the Lehigh Valley. Chris serves on the advisory board for The Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley’s Youth Council and is a supporter of The United Way, co-chairing Air Product’s internal United Way campaign. Chris enjoys volunteering as a member of the National Ski Patrol at Bear Creek during the Winter. Chris and his husband are proud supporters of the center, and Chris is honored to be able to serve on the board.
Mark Stanziola, Esq.
Attorney, Fitzpatrick Lentz & Bubba
Mark has more than 30 years of experience in the areas of Family and LGBTQ+ law, currently practicing law at Fitzpatrick Lentz & Bubba. For many years, Mark served as a Board Member and officer of Pride of the Greater Lehigh Valley prior to its merger with Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center. He has also served in leadership roles at the LGBT Business Council of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Pennsylvania Bar Association's GLBT committee. Mark has volunteered at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center since the center's inception, in addition to his service on the Board of Directors, he also volunteers in the center's LGBT legal clinic. In 2017, Mark was recipient of the center's LGBT Community Leadership Award.
Director of Strategic Partnerships, People First FCU
Margaret spent 20 years working in marketing and communications in various industries. She has a deep knowledge and commitment to the Lehigh Valley community and serves on various non-profit boards and committees. She is primarily driven and ambitious in pursuing a community that works together to lift those less fortunate and equalize the playing field for the marginalized and underrepresented, especially the LGBTQ+ community. In her current role at People First, she is responsible for developing partnership opportunities, proactively handling relationships, supporting financial education initiatives, and managing community outreach and public relations.
Photo credits for board headshots: Megan Keller Photography