Glen Mills, PA – The Board of Managers at The Glen Mills Schools in Delaware County has named George D. Mosee, Jr., Esquire to the Board.
On January 2, 2017, Mosee was appointed Executive Director of the Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network. After 28 years as a prosecutor, Mosee retired from the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office in December, 2016 where he last served as First Assistant District Attorney.
Mosee’s appointment to the Board of Managers marks his return to The Glen Mills Schools. From 1977 to 1986, he worked at Glen Mills where he served in various capacities including Senior Counselor, Diagnostic Counselor and Junior Varsity Basketball Coach. “I am honored to have been selected to contribute to the wonderful mission of The Glen Mills Schools, said Mosee. He added “I look forward to working with the Board to support the vision of Executive Director Dr. Randy Ireson and developing even more opportunities for the young people we serve.”
Mosee was the Deputy District Attorney in charge of the Juvenile Division of the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office for thirteen years. The Juvenile Division includes the Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Program, Juvenile Prosecution Unit, Habitual Offender Unit, Child Support Unit and Youth Aid Panels. Mosee joined the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office in 1988 and served as the Deputy District Attorney in charge of the Narcotics Division from 1995 to 2002.
Board President Joseph P. Hand, Jr. says “we are grateful that George is back at The Glen Mills Schools, now serving as a board member. George’s commitment to youth in Philadelphia and his experience in juvenile justice will be extremely beneficial to the board, the school and our students.”
Mosee serves and has served on many boards and committees including the Pennsylvania Juvenile Prosecutors Network as Chair and the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania’s Juvenile Court Procedural Rules Committee as Chair. He is currently the President of the Pennsylvania DMC Youth/Law Enforcement Corporation, a Commissioner with the Strong Families Commission and the Philadelphia Police Advisory Commission.
Mosee has won numerous awards including the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Thurgood Marshall Award in 2009, the Pennsylvania District Attorney’s Association Distinguished Faculty Award in 2011 and the Support Center for Child Advocates Distinguished Advocate Award in 2015.
Mosee is a 1973 graduate of Central High School in Philadelphia. He received a B.A. in 1977 and Master’s Degree in 1981 from Lincoln University in Pennsylvania and a J.D. in 1986 from Temple University School of Law.