Franklin J. Riesenburger, Flaster Greenberg shareholder, co-chair of the firm’s Alternative and Renewable Energy practice and chair of its Environmental Department, will take on additional advisory roles on several key committees of the Elwyn Board. In addition to serving as a member of the Board of Directors of the national organization and as a member of its Investment Committee, he has been newly named as a member of the Executive Committee, chair of its Real Estate Committee, and a member of the Development Leadership Council.
In addition to these most recent appointments, Mr. Riesenburger maintains a longstanding relationship with Elwyn, New Jersey, located throughout South Jersey, and previously had served for 12 years on its board of directors.
A highly regarded environmental law attorney, Mr. Riesenburger is a former adjunct professor of environmental law at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. He writes and lectures frequently on topics involving environmental litigation and regulation. Mr. Riesenburger received his J.D. in 1971 from the University of Chicago, and is a 1968 cum laude graduate of American University.
Founded in 1852 and headquartered in Elwyn, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, Elwyn is a non-profit organization providing services to people of all ages with special needs. A recent focus of the organization has involved many aspects of the challenges presented by autism, and the early intervention for pre-school-aged children. Elwyn operates sites across the United States, including in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and California. It has been recognized nationally and internationally for expertise in the education and care of individuals with special challenges and disadvantages.
- Franklin Riesenburger