Michael DiBerardinis

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Michael DiBerardinis is Deputy Mayor for Environmental and Community Resources for the City of Philadelphia and Commissioner of the Department of Parks and Recreation. He is a former Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.[1][2] He resigned in 2009.[3]

DiBaradinis is known for his role as a community activist, special adviser to Mayor Nutter, and Commissioner of Philadelphia Parks and Recreation.

He was also a 2009-2010 Daniel Rose Fellow at the Urban Land Institute. [4] He is a member of the Penn State Board of Trustees.

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