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Miguel Alban recently joined PIDC's board of directors as an executive committee member. Courtesy Photo.
Miguel Alban recently joined PIDC's board of directors as an executive committee member. Courtesy Photo.

Miguel Alban welcomed as a new member of PIDC’s Board of Directors

The 2021 AL DÍA 40 Under Forty honoree is senior vice president & national director of multicultural banking at Customers Bank.

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PIDC recently announced three new members of its board of directors. 

One of them is Miguel Alban, senior vice president and national director of Multicultural Banking for Customers Bank.

Alban also serves as the Honorary Consul of Peru in Philadelphia, and was past Vice President of the Consular Corps Association of Philadelphia. 

Prior to joining Customers Bank, Alban served as a vice president of Multicultural Banking for Bryn Mawr Trust and has also served as Director of Hispanic Banking for Truist Financial. Alban was also the founder of The Hispanic Approach and the Hola Magazines marketing agencies focused on multicultural markets.

PIDC is just the latest organization in which Alban is serving on its board of directors. 

He is the current chairman of the Congreso de Latinos Unidos board of directors, and serves or has served on the boards of the Malvern Preparatory School, the Asian American Chamber of Commerce of Philadelphia, The Chester County Food Bank, the YMCA of the Greater Brandywine, Baker Industries, the Southern Chester County Commerce of Commerce, and La Comunidad Hispana.

Alban is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business. He then went on to earn his master’s degree in international law from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law before earning a law degree from the University of Piura in Peru.

Alban now joins City Solicitor Diana Cortes, and Independence Blue Cross’ executive vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer Juan Lopez, as the Latino leaders who are part of PIDC’s board of directors as executive committee members. 

The two other newest members of PIDC’s board of directors have robust résumés in their own right. 

Jovan Goldstein is the founder and managing principal of JT Goldstein, LLC, a Philadelphia-based CPA. He oversees the firm’s audit & assurance and tax departments, and serves as an engagement partner and business advisor to the firm’s clients and provides leadership on various audit, tax, CFO advisory, and technical engagements. 

Goldstein has over 25 years of certified public accounting experience, and is a graduate of Cheyney University, earning a degree in accounting.

Thomas A. K. Queenan is the chief executive officer at Mission First Housing Group. In the role, he works collaboratively with executive and director-level staff members in each of Mission First’s business lines — development, construction, property management, and residential services — to oversee, develop and implement the strategic plan of the firm. 

His appointment onto the board marks a return to PIDC, as Queenan previously served as executive vice president and chief operating officer of PIDC. 

He is a graduate of Syracuse University, with a bachelor’s degree in architecture. Queenan also has a master’s degree in architecture and city planning from Columbia University, and an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. 

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