Joyce Wilkerson, the adviser to President Englert for community relations and development, was appointed by Mayor Jim Kenney to the School Reform Commission in early November.
The City Planning Commission’s plan would discourage landlords from renting to students.
These nonprofits are unsure how they will distribute SEPTA Keys.
Students joined thousands from across the city to protest the President-elect.
Riders said they had to endure long waits and unpredictable stops.
Senior adviser to Temple’s president, Joyce Wilkerson, will chair the School Reform Commission.
The study, which impacts the whole city, cannot begin until everyone is informed.
Many of the housing laws protecting domestic violence survivors are unknown.
Temple and SEPTA have advised students to use different methods of transportation until the strike is over.