New Hires, Promotions on Long Island
Woodbury-based D&B Engineers and Architects hired Trombadore as an engineer in the firm’s Water Supply Division at its Woodbury headquarters. She is a recent graduate of Hofstra University, DeMatteis School of Engineering & Applied Science with a Bachelor of Science degree in сivil engineering.
ROBERT B. DICKMAN, P.E.
D&B Engineers and Architects hired Dickman as Principal Engineer in the firm’s Woodbury office. A graduate of State University of New York at New Paltz with a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering and New York Institute of Technology with a Master of Science degree in energy management, he was previously employed as Regional Lead Electrical Engineer, Government & Environment Market, at Black and Veatch in Tampa, Florida.
AMANDA L. CICIO
D&B Engineers and Architects hired Cicio as an engineer in the firm’s Civil Group. She is a recent graduate of SUNY University at Buffalo with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering, a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE).
RICHARD D. CARVAJAL, MD
Northwell Health appointed Dr. Carvajal, an internationally recognized clinician and researcher in melanoma and early phase drug development, as deputy physician-in-chief and director of medical oncology at the Northwell Health Cancer Institute. He also was named the R. J. Zuckerberg Chair in Medical Oncology.
CATHERINE JAMESON, D.O., M.P.H.
Jameson has joined Orlin & Cohen Orthopedic Group as a pain management specialist. She was previously a fellow at the Weill CornellTri-Institutional Pain Fellowship in Manhattan.
MICHAEL E. SMITH
Catholic Charities of Long Island has named Smith as its new chief executive officer. He most recently served as chief financial officer for Neighborhood Defender Service, Inc. where he managed all fiscal activity for the multi-region public defender organization. Smith comes to Catholic Charities of Long Island with 26 years of experience in nonprofit management.
Bellport-based Fire News has prompted Connolly as vice president of national sales. The 26-year veteran of the company was formerly the director of marketing and social media. She will continue to develop strategic relationships, maintain sales goals, and help develop new revenue paths.
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