Comings, goings, hirings, retirings and more in South Jersey.
Laura Bishop Communications, a strategic communications firm based out of Sicklerville, has recently welcomed Julie Bonette (pictured, right) as an account associate. In addition, Karen Frost (pictured, left) has been hired as a development and grants consultant.
Jay Appleton has joined GREYHAWK, a construction management and consulting firm based in Moorestown. Appleton will join the company as the project executive/program manager after serving as vice president for a commercial real estate development firm.
Leslie D. Hirsch has been named the chairman of the board of the New Jersey Hospital Association. Hirsch is the president and CEO of Saint Claire’s Health System and succeeds outgoing chair Stephen K. Jones.
Judge Irvin J. Snyder, of the New Jersey Superior Court—Camden County, is now working with Haddonfield’s Greenblatt, Pierce, Engle, Funt and Flores as special counsel.
Monica J. Huh has joined Flaster/Greenberg as an associate in the Business and Corporate and Taxation practice groups. Huh will focus on tax planning and compliance for both individuals and businesses as well as key in on corporate and transactional matters.
Taylor Wiseman and Taylor has named Samuel S. Previtera as manager of their survey division in Mount Laurel, succeeding vice president Richard W. McGuire.
Steven Selfridge, president of SOC LLC, has been appointed as chair of Lourdes Health System’s Health Foundation Board.
Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 5, Issue 2 (February, 2015).
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