Norman S. Marcus of Meadowbrook, PA is a licensed, professional engineer heavily involved in engineering design and operation for the American transit industry and railroads. He represented Montgomery County before serving as the technical advisor for the SEPTA Citizens Advisory Committee. He is a transit consultant for the Philadelphia Region, the New York City region with the New York State Metropolitan Transportation Authority, and other regions. Norman serves on many other boards including: Historic Germantown Preserved, Uptown Entertainment and Development Corporation, Meadowbrook Bird Sanctuary, Abington’s Police Athletic League, PhilaLandmarks, and Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion where he also serves as treasurer. He chairs the Grumblethorpe House Committee and the ASM International Philadelphia chapter. Norman is an active member of Germantown Historical Society and all Historic Germantown sites, Rydal-Meadowbrook Civic Association, Wyncote Audubon Society, Old York Road Historical Society, Preservation Alliance, Society for the Preservation of Landmarks, American Society of Civil Engineers, and Pennsylvania Horticultural Society. Norman has been associated with the Friends of Briar Bush since the 1980’s serving on the Board for many terms; he serves on the Governance Committee.