PA Humanities welcomes new board members

PA Humanities has announced the addition of Bryan Clark of Langhorne, and Jessica Herzing of Cameron County, as the two newest members of its Board of Directors.

Each began their term on November 1st and are eligible to serve up to two consecutive three-year terms. PA Humanities’ mission is to champion the humanities as a means to build community, educate, inspire, and make long-lasting change.

It is governed by a 24-seat board of directors, which is made up of both elected individuals and governor appointees. Members have backgrounds in business, law, education, philanthropy, government, arts, and culture. 

Both new board members are seasoned professionals with past experience with PA Humanities’ work and mission.

Bryan Clark, controller for Goldblum, Pollins & Dennis, PC, an immigration law firm in Jenkintown, managed operations for PA Humanities from 2014-2018.

Jessica Herzing, a managerial accountant, served as project coordinator of the Cameron County Project, part of PA Heart & Soul, from 2018 to 2022. 

“These two new members come to us with deep familiarity of PA Humanities work and personal passion for our programs, research, and advocacy,” said Laurie Zierer, executive director of PA Humanities. “Their extensive experiences, skills, and networks will help us continue to build momentum around our 50th anniversary celebrations.” 

Additional information about all of PA Humanities’ Board of Directors is available at

PHOTO CAP: Bryan Clark

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