Donald “DJ” Mitchell, Jr.
Mitchell has been named Molloy College’s first Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI). Mitchell, who will begin his role at Molloy on Feb 1, comes to Molloy from Bellarmine University in Louisville, Ky., where he is Chief DEI Officer. In that role, he is the key advisor to the President and Cabinet regarding university-wide diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, programs and policies. At Molloy, Mitchell will report directly to President James Lentini, and will be a member of the President’s Cabinet, the College’s senior leadership team.
Malafi was named to the Judicial Screening Committee of the Suffolk County Bar Association (SCBA), which interviews candidates for the judiciary. She is a senior partner for the law firm of Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP, which has offices in Westbury, Ronkonkoma, and Riverhead. She joins the Committee this year in addition to her work chairing the Corporate department at CMM. Her practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, and routine and complex transactions.
Aponte was named managing director of Intelligent CloudCare, a new IT services firm designed to support the needs of small and medium-sized businesses on Long Island. Aponte also serves as senior director of software engineering and IT at parent company Intelligent Product Solutions, where he headed up the Enterprise Application Development group using his software architectural expertise to design innovative, failsafe application systems.
Dr. M. Pilar Martin
The Adelphi NY Statewide Breast Cancer Hotline & Support Program appointed Dr. Martin to its board. She is the Director of the Masters of Public Health Program at Adelphi University, College of Nursing and Public Health. She practiced as a family physician in Spain for several years and later worked at the Madrid Department of Health and Ministry of Health for 14 years. In the US, before starting working in academia, she worked for several years in the Miami Dade County Department of Health.
Dr. Neil Tanna
The Adelphi NY Statewide Breast Cancer Hotline & Support Program appointed Dr. Tanna to its board. He is associate program director of plastic surgery at Northwell Health, medical director of the Northwell Health Syosset SurgiCenter, and a member of the Katz Institute for Women’s Health. He also serves as professor of surgery at Hofstra University School of Medicine where he is engaged in educating plastic surgeons.
The New York Cancer Foundation named Toulon executive director overseeing the foundation’s daily operations while raising funds for cancer patients who are struggling financially. Toulon, who holds skills in collaborative selling and account management with a focus on healthcare, plans to double the number of patients and families that the foundation assists this year by hosting fundraisers and applying her background in marketing and sales.
Parisi was promoted to chief financial officer of Lynbrook-based Mixology Clothing Company after he displayed unparalleled leadership throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, helping the company navigate the darkest days while leveraging his years as a Public Accountant and Controller. In the new role, he will continue to implement Mixology’s growth strategies and work alongside financial stakeholders as they collaborate to make the Mixology vision a reality. He’ll also be responsible for overseeing the finance, accounting, and human resources departments.
Giugliano joins the Syosset- and Watermill-based law firm of Simonetti & Associates, where her practice area has been solely dedicated to issues of matrimonial and family law. She previously served as a law clerk and participated in various Matrimonial and Family court matters. She is a member of both the Matrimonial Committee of the Nassau County Bar Association and the Suffolk County Bar Association.
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