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Linda Armyn

Linda Armyn

The Long Island Regional Economic Development Council appointed Armyn as its new business co-chair. She is also senior vice president of corporate affairs for Bethpage Federal Credit Union.  Linda succeeds Kevin Law, Executive Vice President of Tritec Real Estate and Empire State Development Board Chairman Designee.

 

 

 

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Frank MacKay

Frank MacKay

John Catsimatidis, chairman and CEO of Red Apple Media and 77 WABC Radio, tapped MacKay, former chairman of the New York State Independence Party and longtime radio show host, as president of 77 WABC Radio’s Long Island Division on AM 770 and 107.1 FM WLIR.

 

 

 

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Kim Livingston

Kim Livingston

The nonprofit Boys & Girls Club of The Bellport Area hired Livingston as its new executive director. Licensed to practice social work in New York State, she most recently was assistant vice resident of residential Services for the Family and Children’s Association.

 

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Michael Guidi

Michael Guidi 

Guidi has joined the Garden City-based law firm of Jaspan Schlesinger LLP as an associate in the banking and financial services practice group. Prior to joining, Michael worked at a New York City real estate law firm.

 

 

 

 

Nadia Campbell-Mitchell 

Hope For Youth, a nonprofit organization that facilitates positive change in the lives of children, adolescents, and families on Long Island, has named Nadia Campbell-Mitchell to the position of Director of Development. Mrs. Campbell-Mitchell, who lives in the Town of Babylon, has an extensive background in executive-level nonprofit management and older adult services.   

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Brian McCrossen

Bryan P. McCrossen

McCrossen has joined Jaspan Schlesinger LLP as partner in the real estate practice group. Bryan’s practice covers a broad range of commercial real estate matters. He was previously a Partner at a NYC law firm.

 

 

 

Diana Kubik
Diana Kubik

Diana Walker Kubik 

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County (CCE-Suffolk), a nonprofit education agency affiliated with Cornell University, named Kubik its chief operating officer. She had previously served as chief financial officer for one of the greater New York area’s largest packaging services companies.

 

 

 

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Dr.  Parag Mehta

Dr.  Parag Mehta

Dr. Mehta, an internist, was elected president of the Medical Society of the State of New York. The Nassau County resident is senior vice chairman of the Department of Medicine and the Chief Medical Information Officer and interim chief medical officer at New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital.

 

 

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