DR. ISMA CHAUDHRY
Health and Welfare Council of Long Island (HWCLI) named Dr. Chaudhry, a physician and leader at the Islamic Center of Long Island, to the nonprofit’s board of directors. The organization addresses the needs of Long Islanders through advocacy, policy analysis, direct services, regional responses, and support to nonprofit agencies.
MIKE ST. PIERRE
St. Pierre has been elected to the board of directors of the Association for Mental Health and Wellness, a not-for-profit based in Ronkonkoma. With more than 35 years of experience leading business units of Citicorp, Metropolitan Life, HSBC, and NYCB, he is principal of St. Pierre Associates in Hauppauge.
RENÉE G. PARDO
Pardo has joined Carle Place-based Wisselman Harounian Family Law’s Family Law and Estate Planning practice. She is bilingual in English and Spanish and licensed in both Texas and New York. Pardo has decades of trial experience in Family Court, custody, and criminal law matters. She is also experienced in wills, trusts and estates
Demetriou, CEO of Lorraine Gregory Communications and LGC Studios, has been installed as the president of the Board of Directors of Irish Angel, Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to U.S. law enforcement, first responders, and veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS), suicide ideation, mental health challenges, and addiction.
The nonprofit YES Community Counseling Center named Roberts to its board of directors. She has a background in marketing and currently works at BioIVT serving as their marketing coordinator. Prior to that, Davina worked as the Digital Marketing Manager at IC
Summits, where she led online initiatives. She has a passion for serving her community and lending a helping hand wherever possible.
JAMES A. CULLEN, JR.
Cullen has been named chairman of the board of directors of King Kullen Grocery Co., Inc.
following the retirement of Ronald Conklin, who will carry the title of chairman emeritus. Cullen, a member of the board’s executive committee, is the grandson of King Kullen founder Michael J. Cullen and son of James A. Cullen, who served as King Kullen chairman until his death in 1974.
The nonprofit YES Community Counseling Center named Zeltman to its board of directors. She has over 16 years experience handling disability cases. In 2010, she pursued advocacy of disability cases at the appellate level and represents veterans in service-connected disability matters. In 2014, she became an accredited attorney, admitted to practice before the US Veterans Administration.
ROBERT S. POSNER
The Long Island Music Hall of Fame voted Posner to join its board of trustees. Posner is a partner at Grassi Advisors and Accountants working at their Jericho office.
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