Movers and Shakers: New Hires And Promotions On Long Island in February 2024
Here are the new hires and promotions across Long Island from the February 2024 edition of the Press!
The board of the Hauppauge-based nonprofit Long Island Cares, Inc. elected Herold as the president of the board, of which he has been a member since 2008. He is a partner in the East Meadow-based law firm of Certilman Balin Adler & Hyman, LLP, and a board member of the Real Estate Institute at Stony Brook University. He won the Harry Chapin Humanitarian Award in 2019.
Rebosa joined Melville-based Cona Elder Law‘s growing estate planning, corporate succession planning, and estate and trust administration practice groups. She achieved her Juris Doctor from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and Master of Laws in Taxation from New York University School of Law.
Brian D. Ginsberg
The Uniondale-based law firm of Harris Beach PLLC promoted Ginsberg, a veteran appellate lawyer with experience litigating high-stakes appeals spanning a diverse array of industries and legal issues, to co-chair its national Appellate Practice Group. He joined the firm in 2022 after serving in the Office of the New York State Solicitor General, which represents the state in appeals, including before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Public Relations Professionals of Long Island re-elected Oliveri as its secretary. She works as the manager of communications, health outreach, and research at Suburban Hospital Alliance of New York State in Hauppauge.
The New York State Builders Association elected Florey as its new president. As a prior president of the Long Island Builders Institute and a principal of Levittown-based D&F Development Group, LLC Florey brings a wealth of experience to NYSBA and a strong commitment to promoting housing construction and development in the region.
The United Way of Long Island named Stojanowski to its board of directors. Stojanowski is the consumer region executive for Bank of America Metro New York. With more than 25 years at the firm, she leads strategic client-focused growth, digital transformation, and operational excellence across more than 200 financial centers, serving millions of clients.
The United Way of Long Island named Bost to its board of directors. Bost serves as the director of government affairs & communications for IBEW 1049, one of the largest unions on Long Island, representing the interests of over 4,000 members in the gas and electric industry. With over 15 years of experience in government, communications, and labor relations, he previously served as a director in former U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi’s office.
The United Way of Long Island named Drago to its board of directors. Before joining Haugland Group as community economic and workforce development manager, she completed her term as the first female Commissioner of Labor in Suffolk County. Before that she served as Long Island Regional Director for the Workforce Development Institute.
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