on 10 September 2020

Turning Points for Children, a subsidiary of Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC), held its annual Kids at Heart Gala on Thursday, September 10. The virtual 2020 “Light up the Night” program was hosted by NBC10 News Anchor Keith Jones and honored Richard J. Cohen, President & CEO of PHMC; PECO and Mike Innocenzo, President & CEO of PECO; and Rakia Reynolds, Founder & CEO of Skai Blue Media for their impact on underserved communities in the region. 

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on 19 August 2020

Mike Innocenzo is President and Chief Executive Officer of PECO, Pennsylvania’s largest electric and natural gas utility. Mike believes that advancing innovations is the key to evolving and leads his team to address projects, no matter how small or how big, with a high level of imagination. The core of PECO’s business is its customers. They take great pride in the talents of the PECO team and the collaborative work they do every day to serve the community and inspire one another. Turning Points is proud to recognize PECO and Mike as a 2020 Honoree for their commitment to their customers, local engagement and innovative approach to improving the way in our entire community can have access to safe and reliable electric and natural gas resources. 

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on 13 August 2020

Rakia Reynolds, Founder and Chief Executive Officer is recognized for her innovative approach and commitment to authenticity. She has been guiding client successes and inspiring the community around her in a distinct way. She has a passion and expertise that has captivated audiences across several industries—including branding and media, multicultural business, economic development and the entrepreneurial journey. Turning Points is proud to recognize Rakia as a 2020 Honoree for her passion, spirit and ambition to truly change the world. 

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on 05 August 2020

Recognized nationally as an authority in public health management, Richard J. Cohen has served Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) for four decades. As CEO and President, Richard leads one of the largest and most innovative public health organizations in the nation. Turning Points recognizes Richard for his resiliency, his strength, his commitment and his steadfast dedication to the mission of PHMC. Turning Points is proud to honor Richard J. Cohen with the 2020 Trailblazer award.

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on 05 June 2020

The events surrounding the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, along with countless of other racial injustices, have shaken our country to its core and the world mourns and marches with us. While many are still suffering from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Coronavirus isn't the only disease we are fighting. We are faced with more urgency than ever to fight the public health crisis of systemic and institutional racism.

 

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on 05 March 2020

In an effort to have a greater understanding of a targeted population of youth, Turning Points for Children partnered with Public Health Management Corporation's Research & Evaluation Group (R&E Group) to commission a needs assessment of youth between the ages of 16 and 21.

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Turning Points for Children is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization, contributions to which are tax deductible as permitted by law. The official registration and financial information of Turning Points for Children may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free within Pennsylvania 1.800.732.0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.