Mayor, City of Philadelphia
On January 4, 2016, Mayor Jim Kenney was sworn in as the 99th Mayor of Philadelphia. Currently in his second term, Mayor Kenney is focused on advancing racial justice and driving an equitable economic recovery from COVID-19 to ensure that Philadelphia is a city that works for all.
Commissioner of Health, City of Philadelphia
Dr. Farley has been Commissioner of Health for Philadelphia since 2016, where he is working to reduce tobacco and alcohol outlets in low-income neighborhoods, improve child health, and address the opioid crisis. From 2009 to 2014, Dr. Farley was Commissioner of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
Police Commissioner, Philadelphia Police Department
Philadelphia Police Commissioner, Danielle M. Outlaw, is an experienced and respected law enforcement leader. She stands at the helm of the nation’s 4th largest police department, which employs more than 6500 sworn officers and 800 civilians who work to help make Philadelphia a safer city. Commissioner Outlaw is the first African-American woman to lead the Philadelphia Police Department.
Commerce Director, City of Philadelphia
In November 2020, Michael was appointed as the City of Philadelphia’s Commerce Director, where he focuses on implementing fair, equitable and inclusive business development efforts that help spread economic vitality and opportunity to all of Philadelphia’s neighborhoods. Prior to becoming Commerce Director, Michael served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating officer for 15 years before becoming President and CEO of AmeriHealth Caritas.
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