With over 15 years of experience in commercial insurance, David Baily, CIC, CRM, CWCA, has specialized in helping contractors, manufacturers, and non-profit organizations evaluate their insurance and risk management programs to address gaps in coverage and eliminate overcharges. He co-founded Keystone CompControl, LLC, a workers’ compensation think-tank, and the nation’s largest network of Certified Work Comp Advisors. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Prior to joining Baily Insurance in 2002, Mike Baily, CIC, CWCA, worked as a commercial credit analyst and risk manager at a financial institution. As a commercial insurance and risk advisor, Baily specializes in working with municipalities and other public institutions. He is also a principal at Baily Insurance Agency, which is a Keystone Agency partner, the endorsed insurance provider for the PA State Association of Boroughs. For questions about insurance coverages and options, visit bailyagency.com or email Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winnie Branton founded Branton Strategies, LLC to help local governments, community development corporations, and other non-profit organizations develop successful strategies for combating blight and returning vacant, abandoned and tax-delinquent properties to productive use. She previously served as a program manager for the Housing Alliance of PA where she managed the Blight and Land Bank Technical Assistance Program. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Stephanie L. Fera, Esq.
Stephanie L. Fera, Esq., is an associate at Cafardi Ferguson Wyrick Weis + Gabriel. She practices in the public sector labor, employment, and municipal group. Prior to joining CFWW+G, Fera was employed by other Pittsburgh law firms handling civil litigation and labor and employment matters. In the course of her practice, she has successfully represented clients in a variety of matters in the Pennsylvania state and federal courts. She has counseled clients relating to discrimination and harassment claims, wrongful termination, and policies and procedures of employment. She has represented counties and municipal clients in grievance arbitrations, collective bargaining, interest arbitrations, and unemployment compensation matters. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jeff Frankenburger, Esq.
Jeff Frankenburger, Esq., is the Supervising Investigative Counsel for the PA State Ethics Commission. He previously clerked for the Honorable David J. Williamson in the Monroe County Court of Common Pleas. He also served as an assistant public defender in Lycoming County. Learn more about the PA State Ethics Commission at ethics.pa.gov.
Christopher Gabriel, Esq.
Christopher Gabriel, Esq., is one of the leaders of Cafardi Ferguson Wyrick Weis + Gabriel’s public sector labor, employment, and municipal law group. Prior to joining CFWW+G, he was a shareholder/ partner in his prior firm where he became well known in his field. Representing a wide variety of clients, writing and speaking in locations across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on labor, employment and municipal law matters. Gabriel has extensive experience with labor and employment issues with both public and private sector clients. He has also represented select clients as county or municipal solicitor. Gabriel is available to arbitrate and/or mediate labor and employment cases. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Christopher Gerber, Esq.
Christopher Gerber, Esq., is a partner at Siana Law. He concentrates his practice in labor and employment law, civil rights, and municipal law. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ron Grutza is the Senior Director of Regulatory Affairs & Assistant Director of Government Affairs for the PA State Association of Boroughs. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Andrew Rongaus, Esq.
Andrew Rongaus, Esq., is a partner at Siana Law. Rongaus concentrates his practice in the areas of civil rights, public official and police liability, internal investigations, law enforcement operations, municipal law, labor law, and employment law. Rongaus represents municipalities, public officials, and police officers in defending against Constitutional rights claims brought pursuant to Section 1983, employment litigation matters, as well as lawsuits involving the Political Subdivision Tort Claims Act. He represents municipal entities, police departments, and private employers on personnel management issues, employment policies, employee discipline and internal investigations. He also provides advice and representation to municipalities and police unions on collective bargaining matters, unfair labor practice charges and employment grievances, including grievance arbitrations He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ed Troxell is the Director of Government Affairs for the PA State Association of Boroughs. He has been representing municipal interests for several decades. In his community, he served as an elected board commissioner, a planning commissioner, and an election judge. Troxell has accumulated his municipal knowledge from the ground up through experience. He has used that knowledge and background to benefit PSAB for more than 20 years. Well known in the halls of Harrisburg’s state Capitol, Troxell has maintained long-term relationships with members of the Legislature and staff, state agency personnel, and important board & commission’s serving as research resources for state government. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Chris Voltz, Esq.
As a member of the Municipal and School Group, Chris Voltz, Esq., works with the firm’s municipal and school district clients by assisting them in properly running a meeting and complying with the Sunshine Act, taking land via eminent domain for public projects, responding to requests for records made pursuant to the Right-to-Know Law, prosecuting real estate tax assessment appeals and real estate tax exemption applications, drafting ordinances, resolutions, and policies. Voltz also publishes a Right-to-Know Law blog on the firm’s site. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Liz Wagenseller is the Director of the PA Office of Open Records. In her current role, Wagenseller serves as the chief arbiter of disputes related to state and local agencies and acts as a conduit between government and the public. Prior to this position, she served as the chief of staff to former State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale. Wagenseller can be reached at email@example.com. Learn more about the Office of Open Records at www.openrecords.pa.gov.