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by South Jersey Biz-- Editorial Staff
Longport Media News Director, David Spatz is the newest board member to the Schultz-Hill Foundation, a nonprofit arts/education 501(c)(3) organization. Spatz has been involved in the foundation since its inception in 2002.

Stout Caldwell Engineers principal Daniel Caldwell has been appointed Burlington County (BC2) board president. Caldwell has been a BC2 active member for 10 years and two years as vice president of the organization.

New Road Construction Management, Inc. has promoted Rob Notley to company partner. Notley, a Rutgers MBA and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) accredited professional with over 25 years experience in construction management, joined New Road in 2014.

The Rowan College at Burlington County Foundation has appointed Anika Ragins-Riley the new executive director. Ragins-Riley is a higher education administrator and fundraiser with extensive experience including successfully serving as the director of development at the Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia.

Karen Pinzolo has joined the South Jersey Cultural Alliance as its new executive director. Pinzolo brings a wealth of experience with nonprofit arts organizations, a masters in nonprofit management from NYU, 13 years at Art Pride NJ, as well as developing numerous successful art plans and projects.

Accounting, tax and business consulting firm, Friedman LLP, has promoted five individuals to Partner: John M. Bono, Brian Kristiansen, Scott Stavin and Geoffrey Wilson have all been promoted from principal to partner in the tax services department. Susan Miano has been promoted from principal to partner in the forensic accounting, litigation support and valuation services group.

Remington & Vernick Engineers Inc. announced that Mark A. Grevas, PE, has joined the firm as a senior project manager in the Transportation Infrastructure Division. He has successfully served the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission, Connecticut Department of Transportation and New York City Department of Transportation among numerous other clients.

Cooper University Health Care has appointed Thomas W. Rubino, Esq., vice president of communications. In his new role, Rubino will be responsible for public and media relations, corporate and employee communications, social media and the corporate website. He previously served as director of public affairs and advertising for Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey.

Cordell & Cordell recently hired associate attorney Lauren Hagovsky in its Mount Laurel office. The firm has more than 200 attorneys working in more than 100 offices across the United States.

Sam Leone has been promoted to regional vice president of Conifer Realty, LLC. In this new position, Leone will work directly with Jessica Zuniga, vice president of development in Maryland, to accelerate growth in the Maryland market.

Rakesh Sambharya, a professor of management and international business at Rutgers University– Camden, has been identified as one of the most prolific researchers in the field of international strategic management by Management International Review, a double-blind refereed journal that aims at the advancement and dissemination of research in the field of international management.

Michelle Gasiorowski and Maryann Holloway of Bowman & Company, LLP participated as judges in the annual Southern Gold Regional Competition. Hosted by DECA, a training center for high school and college age students in the marketing, finance, hospitality and management fields, the annual competition features participants in the DECA High School Marketing Education Program—aiming to continue to develop young entrepreneurs.

Inspira’s Frank and Edith Scarpa Regional Cancer Pavilion has been granted a three-year accreditation with commendation by The Commission on Cancer (CoC) of the American College of Surgeons (ACoS). The Scarpa Cancer Pavilion has been CoC-accredited since 1989, meeting/exceeding the 34 CoC quality care standards and triennial evaluation process.

Camden County Habitat for Humanity Affiliate & ReStore celebrated its 30th anniversary this month. Established in 1986, Camden County Habitat partners with people, communities and organizations to foster economic empowerment and sustainable community revitalization.

Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 6, Issue 2 (February, 2016).
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