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SCSC Commissioners

 

Meet Our Commissioners...

Teresa Osborne

Chairman
 
Chairman Teresa Osborne

Teresa Osborne was nominated on January 16, 2019 by Governor Tom Wolf and confirmed by the Pennsylvania State Senate as a State Civil Service Commissioner on March 19, 2019.  She was named Commission Chairman on March 23.

Chairman Osborne recently served as Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Aging.  She previously served as Executive Director of the Luzerne/Wyoming Counties Area Agency on Aging, Executive Director of the Lackawanna County Department of Human Services, and Executive Director of the Lackawanna County Area Agency on Aging. She also served as Chancellor and Chief Operating Officer for the Diocese of Scranton.

A native of Scranton, Pennsylvania, Chairman Osborne possesses over two decades of professional and managerial work experience advocating for older Pennsylvanians and other vulnerable populations at the state and local government levels.

Chairman Osborne has volunteered with numerous not for profit and community organizations focused on improving conditions for seniors, persons with disabilities and the marginalized. She was recognized by Marywood University with a "Recent Graduate Award", received the Legion of Honor Award from The Chapel of Four Chaplains, and was recognized as a Northeast Woman of distinction by the Scranton Times-Tribune.

Chairman Osborne has a long history of involvement in professional and community service organizations including the Scranton Lackawanna Human Development Agency, Friends of Holy Family Residence, the Shamrock Heart Foundation and St. Joseph's Center Festival Committee.

Chairman Osborne holds a Bachelor Degree in Social Work and Master Degree in Health Service Administration from Marywood University.  She was an Immaculate Heart of Mary Scholar and is a member of the Alpha Epsilon Lambda Honor Society, the Pi Alpha Alpha Public Administration Honor Society and the Sigma Phi Omega Gerontology Honor Society.

 

Gregory M. Lane

Commissioner
 
Gregory M. Lane

Gregory M. Lane was nominated to the State Civil Service Commission by Governor Tom Corbett and confirmed by the Pennsylvania State Senate on October 7, 2014.  He was sworn in as Commissioner on October 28, 2014.

Commissioner Lane spent 22 years in various roles with Price Waterhouse LLP, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and as the Director of Human Resources at Aegis Group.  Commissioner Lane has worked as a consultant advising small businesses on legal, financial, human resource and compliance matters.

Commissioner Lane earned a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from Boston University, a Juris Doctor from Pennsylvania State University - Dickinson School of Law and is a licensed attorney in Pennsylvania.  Commissioner Lane also served on the Board of Directors for the Bridge Educational Foundation, a Harrisburg based scholarship organization.

 

Bryan R. Lentz

Commissioner

Bryan R. LentzBryan R. Lentz was nominated to the State Civil Service Commission by Governor Tom Wolf and confirmed by the Pennsylvania State Senate on November 16, 2016.  Mr. Lentz was sworn into office on December 2, 2016.  Commissioner Lentz serves as the Commonwealth's statutorily required civil service commission veteran representative and advocate. Commissioner Lentz previously served as Commission Chairman.

Commissioner Lentz, an attorney and former state representative, is a U.S. Army veteran who served in Bosnia and Iraq.  He attended Valley Forge Military College, Class of 1984 and Georgetown University, Class of 1986.  Following his graduation from Georgetown, he was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Infantry.  After completing the Infantry Officers Basic Course and U.S. Army Ranger School, he completed four years of active service as an Airborne Ranger Infantry officer.  Following active duty service, he entered law school at Temple University, graduating in 1993.  Initially out of law school, he worked for the Philadelphia District Attorney's office, where he served six years developing a specialty in the prosecution of violent gangs and juveniles.

In 2006, Commissioner Lentz was elected to represent the 161st Legislative District in the Pennsylvania General Assembly where he served two terms.