Santiago Pujadas Joins Council for Relationships Boards of Directors

PHILADELPHIA, PA – August 22, 2014 – Council for Relationships announced today that Santiago Pujadas has been named to its Board of Directors.

Mr. Pujadas is the co-chief executive officer at Zer0 to 5ive, marketing and communications firm, with offices in Philadelphia and New York, specializing in developing and executing brand and marketing strategies for technology and BtoB companies. Mr. Pujadas comes to Council for Relationships with 30 years of experience as an executive in general management, marketing, and project management and brings extensive business experience and a strong understanding of the role of marketing and communications in the health care field.

Mr. Pujadas is very active in the community, serving on the boards of Flite and the Suburban Seahawks Club. In 2011, along with his wife, Michelle, the Devon Horse Show named him Volunteer of the Year. He also serves on the board of The Bermuda Maritime Museum and the Leadership Committee of the Institute for Student Achievement.

Mr. Pujadas earned his Bachelor’s in Industrial Management/Mathematics from Carnegie-Mellon University and a Master’s in Industrial Administration from CMU’s Tepper School of Business.

In addition to Mr. Pujadas’ appointment, the Board of Directors re-elected Reid Blynn as Board Chair, Dr. Stanley Muravchick as Vice Chair, Michael Veloric as Treasurer, and elected Nancy Ameen to the position of Board Secretary. After several years of commitment to  Council for Relationships, Iris A. Shea, Dr. Stephen Schwartz, and Stanley Segal rotated off the Board.

About Council for Relationships
Founded in 1932, Council for Relationships is a nonprofit organization with a mission to help people understand, respect, and improve the quality of the important relationships in their lives by providing unsurpassed clinical care, clinician education and training, and behavioral health research. Over 70 therapists at 10 offices and community-based locations in the Greater Philadelphia area provide counseling to families, couples, and individuals on a sliding fee scale. The Council is committed to providing quality service to all those in need, regardless of ability to pay.