Cohen, former executive director of government relations at Long Island Power Authority, has been named the new president and CEO of Long Island Association (LIA), a leading business organization on Long Island which he has been a part of for the past 10 years. He plans to expand outreach, lobby for LI, and enhance technological offerings to its members.
Tomorrow’s Hope Foundation has appointed Scouras as the new executive director to the group that has been providing scholarship aid to Long Island’s Catholic grammar schools for more than 15 years. Scouras previously worked at La Salle Academy, an all-male Catholic high school in New York City with a similar mission.
Law has joined East Setauket-based Tritec Real Estate Co. as the developer’s partner and executive vice president of the company’s new Affordable Housing Team. He previously served as president of the Long Island Association, the Long Island Power Authority. He also serves on the Stony Brook University Council, and the boards of the LIA and the MTA.
Choy-Shan became a partner in the Uniondale-based law firm of Cona Elder Law A part of Cona Elder Law since 2009, Diana concentrates her practice in government benefits eligibility, complex Medicaid cases, Fair Hearings, Guardianships, Estate Planning and Medicaid/Asset Protection Planning.
O’Toole-Gelo become partner in Cona Elder Law, which he joined in 2016. He oncentrates his practice in the areas of estate and asset protection planning, trust and estate administration, probate, tax planning, business succession planning and estate litigation.
Dr. Denise Abselet
Board-certified internal medicine physician and geriatrician Dr. Abselet, DO, has joined New York Health’s team of physicians. Dr. Abselet is a diplomate of the National Board Of Osteopathic Medical Examiners. She completed a one-year rotating internship at Massapequa General Hospital and then completed a three-year residency at NYU Winthrop Hospital.
Dr. Patrick O’Shaughnessy
Dr. O’Shaughnessy was named the new president and chief executive officer for Catholic Health Services of Long Island. He previously served as Catholic Health’s executive vice president and chief medical officer and as executive vice president and chief clinical officer.
Lee Ann Moltzen
Moltzen, head of computers and community services, has been promoted to director of the Freeport Memorial Library. She is a Freeport resident and has been with the Library for 33 years.
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