A lifelong Philadelphian, Jane Scaccetti is the CEO of Drucker & Scaccetti, a tax consulting firm with offices in Philadelphia and Scranton. She has extensive experience in tax and financial services for the family-owned and entrepreneurially driven business. As part of her practice, Scaccetti consults with public and privately-owned companies and provides both corporate and individual business and financial counseling.
Her civic and community service includes serving as a Trustee of Temple University. Jane also serves as a Trustee of Salus University, where she chairs the Health Services Committee. Jane served as Chair of the Board of Temple University Health System (TUHS) for 5 years from 2008-2013 and served as a member of the Board of Directors chairing the Finance and Investment Committee until 2018. She was also Chair of the Board at Temple University Hospital where she served until 2018. She serves as a Champion of Change of the Thirty Percent Coalition, a group with a goal of women holding 30% of board seats across public companies. She is one of only 80 women members in this national initiative. In 2018, Jane was elected to the board of the Philadelphia Center City District Foundation. In 2019, she was asked to serve on the board of the Friends of Rittenhouse Square. Jane is a member of The Women’s Nonprofit Leadership Initiative (WNLI), a group of more than a dozen Philadelphia area women leaders in the nonprofit sector working on increasing diversity in the nonprofit sector.
Scaccetti has extensive corporate governance experience. She currently serves on the board of Myers Industries, Inc. (NYSE: MYE) and Penn National Gaming, Inc. (NASDAQ: PENN). She will serve as Audit Committee Chair for both in 2020. Also in 2020, she became Chair of the Board of Mathematica, a policy research organization.
Scaccetti has received numerous awards and accolades over the years. Most recently, in 2019, Temple University honored Scaccetti as among the top 100 entrepreneurs and visionaries who helped shape the Fox School of Business. Later in 2019, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation awarded her with its highest honor, the Breath of Life Award. She is the first woman to receive this award.