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Judy E. Hackel

Insurance Specialist

Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh

HQ Phone:  (412) 692-5325

Direct Phone: (412) ***-****direct phone

Email: j***@***.edu

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Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh

4401 Penn Ave.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,15224

United States

Company Description

About Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh: Renowned for its outstanding clinical services, research programs and medical education, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC has helped establish the standards of excellence in pediatric care. From Ambulatory Care... more

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Employment History

Secondary Representative

Allentown Community Development Corporation


Affiliations

UPMC

Executive Secretary


Web References(13 Total References)


www.post-gazette.com

Judy Hackel, middle, president of Allentown Community Development Corp., walks alongside Mayor Luke Ravenstahl, right, during a neighborhood sweep of Allentown on Thursday.Judy Hackel began agitating for a police station at the former Pittsburgh International Hostel at Arlington and Warrington avenues "three mayors ago," she said recently.The mayor credited Ms. Hackel, in part, for getting her neighborhood on the short list of code-enforcement sweeps that he and his public-safety entourage have made in the past two weeks.Ms. Hackel said she encourages people to call 311 "whenever they have issues."Ms. Hackel may be Allentown's squeakiest wheel.Working full time in the audiology department at Children's Hospital, she has been active for 30 years in her community council.She says now that part-time advocacy isn't enough."We need someone up here who can do this work" full time, she said, citing the advances that professional staff at nonprofit groups in East Liberty, Lawrenceville and the South Side have made with economic development.During a recent walk with a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reporter and photographer, Ms. Hackel stopped at Millbridge and Excelsior streets, where an old house she remembered as a child had become tagged with graffiti, its facade and entrance trashed with weeds and garbage."How much would you invest in a home beside one with all this garbage?"she said."When I moved to my street, it was all owner-occupied," she said of the stretch of about 14 homes."Now there's three of us."Her critics say Ms. Hackel promotes Allentown's troubles too loudly."Allentown is a pretty decent place," said John Connors, a funeral director who admitted to having past grievances with Ms. Hackel.Ms. Hackel said the group operates on less than $8,000 and does not have a budget for street cleaning."We asked for it in the [Community Development Block Grants] request this year," she said, but the request was denied last year."That was going to save us," Ms. Hackel said.


www.philly.com

Judy Hackel was not a member - she's not even Catholic - but she, too, is lamenting the closure as a major setback to a neighborhood on the rebound.
Hackel, vice president of Allentown Community Development Corp., contrasted the demise of St. John Vianney to a string of encouraging activity. She points to new tenants such as Breakfast at Shelly's, Spool Fabric Shop and Industry on Industry, a small-business incubator, breathing renewed life into Allentown's main drag of Warrington Avenue. "When you lose something that large and that much involved with the community for so many years, it's very disheartening to everyone," said Hackel, "not just the parishioners."


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Secondary Representative: Judy Hackel


www.allentownalive.org [cached]

Judy Hackel, President: jhackel@allentownalive.org


www.pghhilltopalliance.com

Judy Hackel


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