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Chris Satullo

Vestry, Class of 2028

Chris Satullo has been a member of St. Martin's since 1989.  He served on the vestry once before from 2008 to 2012, serving as secretary for two of those years.  He's been on the Stewardship, Welcome and Program committee, and served as an usher, lector and homilist.

He's semi-retired, doing media and civic engagement consulting part-time through his LLC, Keystone Civic Ventures.  He worked most of his career as journalist, serving as editor and columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer for 20 years and vice president for news at WHYY for seven. Since leaving WHYY, among other things, he launched and led the Committee of Seventy's anti-gerrymandering initiative, Draw the Lines Pa., and co-founded the Can We Talk? civil dialogue program, which runs out UPenn and Seventy.  He's married to Eileen Kenna, has two children and two grandchildren, and lives in Fairmount.

Chris Satullo
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