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Marwan Kreidie, American human services administrator. Recipient award, Philadelphia Human Relations Commission, 1995, Director's Community Leadership award, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 2002, Citizen Diplomacy award, International Visitors Council, 2002. National policy committee member Arab-American Institute, Washington, 1990; president Kensington South Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Philadelphia, 2000.

Background

Kreidie, Marwan was born on May 21, 1960 in New York City. Son of Lisselotte Kreidie.

Education

Bachelor, Drew University, Madison, New Jersey, 1983. Master of Arts, Temple University, Philadelphia, 1987.

Career

Commissioner Civil Service Commission, Philadelphia, 1996—2004. Founder and executive director Philadelphia Arab-American Development Corporation, 1997. Chairman State Pennsylvania Civil Service Commission, Harrisburg, since 2004.

Membership

National policy committee member Arab-American Institute, Washington, 1990. President Kensington South Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Philadelphia, 2000.

Connections

Married Monika Morris, March 7, 1998. Children: Gabrielle, Franz-Yusef, Alicia-Noor.