Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty named Clancy sales manager of its Smithtown and Stony Brook offices. She is responsible for business development, supporting the sales efforts of close to 70 real estate advisors, assisting with listing presentations, and marketing plans.
Simco has been elected vice president of administration and benefits for Bethpage-based supermarket chain King Kullen. Simco, who resides in Hauppauge, began his career with King Kullen 35 years ago and most recently served as director of corporate payroll and benefits.
The Association for Mental Health and Wellness, a Ronkonkoma-based primary not-for-profit provider of mental health-related services, named Merlo as CEO. Merlo, a licensed social worker, has worked for more than 20 years in the not-for-profit sector.
East Hampton-based Town & Country Real Estate named to its sales team Levy, a career entrepreneur of both the start-up tech and commercial real estate investment service industry, with more than 35 years of experience.
Meredith A. Brown
The Oyster Bay-based Planting Fields Foundation appointed Brown as director of
museum affairs and chief curator. She previously spent seven years with the curatorial team at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s department of Modern and Contemporary Art.
The Planting Fields Foundation appointed McPartland to its board of trustees. He is also CEO of The ELMA Philanthropies Services, Inc., a board director of The ELMA Philanthropies Services, and of The ELMA Music Foundation and ELMA Investments, Ltd.
The Planting Fields Foundation appointed Clark to its board of trustees. She is the
founder and president of the Findlay Institute in New York City. She was previously vice president of Findlay Galleries International and has served on numerous nonprofit boards.
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