Berkshire Hathaway Laffey International Realty promoted Mangia to assistant manager in the Williston Park office. She has been a licensed real estate salesperson for 15 years and an associate real estate broker for two years with extensive foreclosure and short-sale experience.
The chief executive officer of the Mid-Island Y Jewish Community Center (JCC) has been tapped to fill the same role at the Suffolk Y JCC while continuing as CEO of the Mid-Island Y JCC, a title he has held since 2013. He previously spent 30 years working at the Samuel Field YM&YWHA in Little Neck.
Girls Inc. of Long Island appointed Berti as the nonprofit organization’s newest member of its board of directors. She is the vice president of human resources at Jefferson’s Ferry Life Plan Retirement Community in South Setauket.
The Guide Dog Foundation and its sister organization America’s VetDogs elected Campolo, of Long Island, to serve on the nonprofit’s national boards of directors. He is managing partner of Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP, a Ronkonkoma-based law firm.
The Massapequa School District appointed Quinn-Hendry as its new supervisor of literacy. She will supervise elementary, middle and high school reading teachers, as well as elementary literacy coaches.
The Syosset-based law firm of Kaplan, Kaplan & DiTrapani, LLP hired Lo as an associate. He is a certified anti-money laundering specialist with experience in the real estate, consumer lending, general corporate, fintech, securities, and capital markets in the U.S. and China.
Sheron has joined Dime Community Bank as senior vice president of municipal banking. She has significant experience in municipal banking, knows Dime’s geographic footprint and is responsible for building out of Dime’s municipal banking business.
Gallagher has joined Dime Community Bank as senior vice president and group leader for SBA. He is responsible for driving SBA business strategy, building new SBA business relationships and growing a pipeline of SBA 7(a) and 504 loans.