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Philadelphia National Council

The Philadelphia National Council is a dedicated group of UC alumni and parents who are committed to creating an Ursinus connection in the Philadelphia metro area. 

Meet the Philadelphia National Council liaisons!

Liaisons are UC alumni and parents who are interested in fostering an Ursinus connection in their hometowns. If you are interested in joining the council or have any questions, please contact


Carl Buck ’84

Mr. Buck is a County Solicitor in the Solicitor’s Office of Burlington County, N.J., responsible for engineering, real estate, land use and related matters.  He has worked for Burlington County and the State of New Jersey Turnpike Authority since 1988.  He has also served on the Mt. Laurel Township Municipal Utilities Authority for 15 years (nine years as Chairman) and on the Mt. Laurel Township Planning Board for 10 years.

Mr. Buck graduated from Ursinus with a B.A. in History, Economic/Business Administration and a minor in Finance, and from Widener University School of Law in 1987. He grew up in Cape May County, N.J., and he and his wife Laurie own and operate several seasonal rental properties in Cape May. The Bucks live in Mount Laurel, N.J., and have three children, Sarah, and Carl Buck IV.

Frank Correll ’83

Frank M. Correll is the co-chair of the Bankruptcy/Corporate Restructuring Department at the firm, Klehr, Harrison et al. Mr. Correll represents regional and national businesses in a broad range of litigation in both federal and state courts. He also represents national and regional financial institutions in workout and bankruptcy matters. Mr. Correll also represents clients in acquiring, leasing, financing and developing commercial and residential real estate.  He was named by other lawyers as one of Pennsylvania’s top bankruptcy lawyers in 2006, 2007 and 2010.

Doug Hickey ’15

Hadley Schmoyer ’00

Hadley Schmoyer graduated from Ursinus in 2000 with degrees in Politics and Art History. During her time at Ursinus she was involved in the Berman Museum, Summer Fellows, Phi Beta Kappa, and USGA. After completing her M.A. in Art History at Boston University, Hadley worked as a museum curator before transitioning into a career as a teacher. She is an Elementary Special Education teacher in the Wallingford-Swarthmore School District. With a dedication to volunteerism and youth development, Hadley is a founding member and volunteer staff member of the youth service learning and mentoring nonprofit, Spark the Wave.

Jessica (Holt) Smarlaz ’04

Fallon Szarko ’04

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