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On the Move
Openings, closings, hirings and retirings in our region.

by Julie Shannon

Patrick Northen and Brett Wiltsey have been appointed as Dilworth Paxson’s co-chief operating officers. They are part of Dilworth’s senior leadership team for a four-year term.

John Slotman
has joined BioNJ as vice president, government affairs. He recently served as vice president, graduate medical education policy and teaching hospital issues for the New Jersey Hospital Association where he focused on issues related to New Jersey’s43 teaching hospitals.

The Holiday Inn Philadelphia-Cherry Hill recently appointed Nolan Cox as director of sales and marketing.

SOSH Architects announced the additions of Kyle Carrier, Sloane Spurlock and Michael Kuhlman to its staff. Carrier and Kuhlman joined SOSH as project coordinators working in thefirm’s Atlantic City office and Spurlock is an administrative assistant in the Philadelphia office.

Dr. Karen Archambault
has been appointed vice president of enrollment management and student success at Rowan College at Burlington County effective Sept. 1 to succeed Dr. Michael A. Cioce, who will become the college’s sixth president at that time. Archambault has served as dean of enrollment management since September 2015.

Aran Ploshansky
has joined Vantage Real Estate Services as sales associate.

Nemours DuPont Pediatrics, Voorhees, is now known as Nemours DuPont Pediatrics, Cherry Hill. Located at 325 Marlton Pike East, the 10,000-square-foot-facility will offer specialty care and therapy services.

The GEICO board of directors promoted Jeremy Connor to vice president of the company’s claims office in Marlton, as well as vice president of the company’s regional office in Buffalo, New York.

South Jersey Federal Credit Union announced the promotion of Kathleen Heid to senior vice president of human resources. Heid served as the vice president of human resources since September 2017.

Rowan University has appointed Dr. Cristian Botez as dean of its College of Science & Mathematics and School of Health Professions, effective Aug. 1. Botez, who most recently served as professor in and chairman of the department of physics at the University of Texas at El Paso, replaces Dr. Karen Magee-Sauer, who served as dean for four years.

Duly Noted
Elizabeth “Betsy” Ryan, former chief operating officer and president of the New Jersey Hospital Association, joined the Inspira Health Network Board.

Scott Mertz was recognized as NAI Mertz’s global overall top producer.

Suzanne Farnoly, sales manager of American Asphalt Company’s Solutions Division, has been appointed board member and membership chairperson of Businesses Committed to South Jersey—an organization focused on commercial real estate and economic development with a goal to bring relationship-building events in the South Jersey community.

Nicole Donoian-Pody, partner with Charny Karpousis Altieri & Donoian, has been named secretary of the Thomas S. Forkin Family Law American Inns of Court Executive Committee.

For the third time in a row, Inspira Medical Center Vineland and Inspira Medical Center Elmer have been re-designated as Magnet® facilities for quality patient care, nursing excellence and innovations in professional nursing practice by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Magnet Recognition Program®.

Richard M. Hluchan, partner of Hyland Levin LLP, has been installed for a two-year term as president of the Georgetown University Alumni Association. As president, Hluchan will assume a leadership role over 190,000 Georgetown alumni around the globe.

Advancing Opportunities, a provider of services and support for people with disabilities across New Jersey, has named Acme Markets in Audubon as a “Champion of Inclusion.” The award is given periodically to businesses that have prioritized workplace diversity and provided opportunities for people with disabilities to maintain meaningful employment.

Steven K. Mignogna, a shareholder in Archer Law’s Haddonfield office, has recently been reappointed to the American Bar Association’s Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section as chair of the alternative dispute resolution committee in the litigation, a liaison for ABA entities liaison to section of dispute resolution, and a member of groups and substantive committees.

Michael P. Mertz is spearheading Bowman & Company LLP’s new federal services practice to bring their 79 years of accounting, tax, audit, and consulting experience to both federal entities and contractors working with the federal government.

Dr. Fredric L. Ginsberg, clinical cardiologist and co- medical director of the Cooper Heart Institute, has been named medical director of cardiac services at Premier Cadbury of Cherry Hill.

Louis R. Lessig, partner with Brown & Connery, LLP is the recipient of the 2018 HR Consultant of the Year award.

Dental Arts Group, a full- service cosmetic and general dental practice, is expanding their South Jersey presence with a new location in Elmer. Their other locations are in Pitman and Voorhees.

Paul J. Ritter III has joined Century Savings Bank’s board of directors.

Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 8, Issue 7 (July 2018).

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