Catalano was recently hired as the marketing assistant for the Melville-based law firm of Tenenbaum Law, P.C. She previously worked at SUNY Oneonta Office of Admissions as the Oneonta Connection Team Supervisor & Tour Guide.
Stelios E. Karatzias
The Uniondale-based law firm of Sahn Ward PLLC hired Karatzias has joined the firm
as an associate. He will concentrate his practice in the areas of zoning and land use planning, real estate law and transactions, municipal law, and corporate law. He previously served as an associate attorney at several prominent Long Island law firms.
Penta Medical Recycling, a nonprofit organization that repurposes and redistributes gently worn and slightly outdated prostheses from the U.S. to international amputees in need, hired Szczepanek as deputy director. She will secure national and global partnerships, lead grant and proposal writing, spearhead fundraising activities, and provide support to further Penta’s external affairs, resource development and operations.
The New York Riptide, the Uniondale-based professional lacrosse team, have hired Drake as the team’s video coordinator. His background includes playing the game and experience breaking down game film as an assistant coach with Georgian Court University.
Katherine Robinson Cirelli
Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, one of the nation’s leading realtors, recently promoted Robinson-Cirelli to senior executive of marketing operations. She most recently has led the marketing program for its luxury Masterpiece Collection.
The Carle Place School District hired Scarlett as its new district director of health, physical education, family and consumer science, and athletics. He previously worked at The Academy Charter Schools and Nassau Community College, where is still an adjunct professor in physical education.
The Harborfields Central School District has named Amato the new K-12 guidance administrator and Oldfield middle school assistant principal. She comes to Harborfields after spending 22 years in the Sewanhaka Central High School District as the guidance chairperson at H. Frank Carey High School.
The Merrick School District superintendent was appointed to serve as the president-elect of the Nassau County Council of School Superintendents for the 2021-22 school year. In that role, he will coordinate study groups for aspiring central office administrators throughout Nassau County.
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