Scudder Board Welcomes Phoebe N. Flint

by | Mar 6, 2020 | Featured, Meet A Scudder

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Phoebe N. Flint, Board Member, The Scudder Association Foundation

Please join us in welcoming Phoebe N. Flint, as our newest member of the Scudder Association Foundation, Board of Directors.

Phoebe currently is working with the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, as a Paralegal Specialist, Bureau of Competition.  Prior to that she was a Research and Innovation Specialist with AIIR Consulting, a global leadership development group, outside of Philadelphia.

She is a graduate of the College of William & Mary, Summa Cum Laude . She grew up in Flourtown, PA.  Her grandfather, Bruce Flint Sr., was a vital and active member, as well as, Treasure, of the Scudder Association for many years.  She joins her aunt, Betsy Steel, and cousin, Hadley Steel Bazarsky, in continuing a family tradition of support and leadership in the Foundation.

We look forward to Phoebe bringing her distinguished academic and professional experience to the Board.  Going forward, we are confident her enthusiasm and youthful vitality will be a tremendous asset to Foundation.


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