Kamber Todd is a managing partner of the Kamber Law Group, P.C., in Allentown. Her areas of practice include business law, employment law, contracts, HIPAA, social media law and school law. In her free time, she is a private pilot in training. She also directs World Trade Center Connect, which provides exhibition opportunities for one of the largest privately-held World Trade Center collections; promotes legal and charitable support for Ground Zero survivors and first responders and encourages education and activism surrounding Sept. 11, 2001 and its aftermath.
She holds a bachelor’s degree from Brandeis University, a master’s degree from University of Limerick, Ireland, and a law degree from Hofstra University. She has received numerous honors, including the Distinguished Lawyer Award and was named among the 10 Best Attorneys in Employment Law in Pennsylvania.
Victoria Montero is the manager of Youth Development Initiatives, Community Health & Preventative Medicine at St. Luke’s University Health Network. She has held various positions in Community Health & Preventative Medicine since 2004, in the areas of healthy living, disease prevention and adolescent career mentoring. She is also a consulting director for the Hispanic Center of the Lehigh Valley.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in health services administration, and a master’s degree in public health, both from East Stroudsburg University. She has given health presentations across the country, has been highlighted in numerous Northampton Community College campaigns and is a past recipient of the St. Luke’s Hospital and Health Network PCRAFT (Pride, Caring, Respect, Accountability, Flexibility and Teamwork) Award.
Community Services for Children is a regional leader in early childhood education, affecting the lives of 40,000 children annually. Its Head Start program is recognized as a national center of excellence.