The Nassau County Village Officials Association (NCVOA) elected Edward Lieberman, mayor of the Village of Sea Cliff, the group’s new president. The NCVOA represents 64 incorporated villages with more than 450,000 residents.
Laura M. Dilimetin
Dilimetin has joined Rosenberg Fortuna & Laitman, LLP in its Garden City office. The seasoned litigator who has managed the litigation departments of several top-rated firms is a partner in the litigation group.
Hagan was named as First Central Savings Bank’s new president and chief operating officer. He replaces Ed Petrosky. Hagan brings more than 30 years of industry leadership experience to First Central.
McCann joined the accounting firm Citrin Cooperman in Melville as Marketing Manager supporting the New York City and Long Island offices. Citrin Cooperman is a national accounting, tax, and business advisory services firm.
Vecker has been named the next president and CEO of Macrolease Corporation, an equipment finance company dedicated to the fitness industry. He is succeeding Daniel West, who founded Macrolease in 1969. Vecker has more than 30 years’ experience in the industry.
Saint-Cyr is the new program associate for Westbury Arts, a community-based organization that creates and promotes art in the Village of Westbury. She is an artist, art teacher and project manager who worked as a teacher for Westbury Arts Summer Arts Camp.
Lorenzo San Martin
San Martin has joined Vanderbilt Financial Group as the company’s new IT Manager. He was previously employed at Northwest Securities as a Network Administrator.
Montalto-Bly joined the Valley Streambased law firm of Cohen Montalto P.C. Montalto-Bly will lead the firm’s new office in Manhattan, where she will head up the firm’s practice handling complex, high-net-worth divorces.