We are excited to announce that we are gearing up for our premier fundraising event, the 21st Annual Roundup! This year’s Roundup is set to take place on Friday, December 1, 2023 at the Crystal Tea Room and is being co-chaired by Kate Jiggins, Rebecca Segall and Gregory R. Seitter and we are pleased to be honoring Stephanie Stahl and Wes Wyatt with CCTC’s Civic Leadership Award.

The Roundup Legacy

The Roundup was born in 1996 and was held at 30th Street Station. From there, the event was held bi-annually until 2004 when it was moved to the National Constitution Center. The 2004 Roundup was such a success, it was decided that the Roundup would be held annually in the years to come. Since then, the Roundup has been held at Pier 1 in the Philadelphia Navy Yard, Peche Sherman Mills, The Franklin Institute, and the Curtis Center.

As the Roundup continues to grow, CCTC has been fortunate to have the involvement of many phenomenal individuals from Philadelphia and its surrounding communities who are dedicated to CCTC’s mission.

Proceeds from the Roundup allow CCTC to continue providing high-quality, comprehensive mental and behavioral health services to children and their families living in the Philadelphia region. These services address the effects of abuse, neglect, and other challenges to early childhood development and assist children in reaching their full potential within their homes, community, and society.

Why does CCTC host such a large event every year?

  • To raise funds to support the agency’s mission.
  • To create awareness of CCTC’s program and services.
  • To gain partnerships with corporations and individuals in an effort to increase the sources of funding support for the agency.

For more information, please contact Johanna Torres,
Development & Events Manager,
at or 215.496.0707 x1137.



Stephanie Stahl
Wes Wyatt

Event Co-chairs

Kate Jiggins, Rebecca Segall, and Gregory R. Seitter

Committee Members

Pamela & John Berman
Joanne Butler
Jacqueline & Mitchell Dickman
Julia & David Fleischner
Francis X. Gallagher
Kate Jiggins
Andrea Kantor, Esq.
Alyssa & Bill Kay
Sharon & Joseph Kestenbaum
Laura & Mark Lenet
Gregory R. Seitter & Macello Luzi
Rebecca Segall
Andrea Seltzer
Mark F. Seltzer & Angela Segal
Donna Slipakoff
Lavinia Smerconish
Stephanie Stahl & Jim Trichon
Barbara Sylk
Melany Trudeau
JoAnn & Howard Wurzak



EBE Talent
The Kestenbaum Family Foundation & The Tobin Family Foundation
John Moeller Jr. & Joe Carlucci
Lavinia & Michael Smerconish
The Snider Foundation


The Samuel D. Cozen Memorial Fund
Exude, Inc.
Jill & Mark Fishman
Julia & David Fleischner
FXExpress Publications, Inc.
Natalie & Jim Hennessy
Rick & Ruth Horowitz
Kate & Julian Jiggins
Andrea & Warren Kantor
Meritain Health an Aetna Company
Charles and Helen Reichert Family Foundation
Lyn M. Ross
Greg & Rebecca Segall
Gregory R. Seitter & Marcello Luzi
Mark F. Seltzer & Angela Segal
Stephanie Stahl & Jim Trichon
Sylk Charitable Trust
Felecia & Jeffrey Weiss


Ballard Spahr LLP & Penni & Mark Blaskey
Barbara Brown-Ruttenberg
CBS Philadelphia
DePaul’s Table Steakhouse
Haverford Trust
Alyssa & Bill Kay
Laura & Mark Lenet
Philly Temps & Perm
Yael & Brett Rhode
Donna & Jerry Slipakoff

Chief Deputy

Pamela & John Berman
Citrin Cooperman
David Scott Partners
Jacqueline & Mitchell Dickman
EisnerAmper LLP
Anne Gwal
Debbie & John Kelley
Warren & Jaime Klein
Maribeth & Steve Lerner
M&T Bank
Andrea Seltzer
SSH Real Estate
The Alliance of Community Service Providers
Josephine Wang Switzenbaum
Tracy Anne Wenzinger
JoAnn & Howard Wurzak