LI people on the move, 2009
Long Island business people who have taken new jobs or been promoted.
Natasha Barbara has joined EmblemHealth as quality improvement specialist at its Melville location. The Selden resident was coordinator of financial donations and data at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center.
Marianne Sawicki has been hired to work in the Southold office of Town & Country Real Estate . Sawicki, of Riverhead, previously worked at The Corcoran Group.
Susan Rich has been named manager at Manhattan-based N. Cheng & Co., providing financial management services to the not-for-profit, health care and government sectors. The Merrick resident previously served as treasurer with the Nassau County Interim Finance Authority, the state public authority that oversees Nassau County finances.
Cathleen Dolson has been hired in the Southold office of Town & Country Real Estate . Dolson, of Southold, previously worked with The Corcoran Group.
Joseph Muscarella has been named vice president for administration and planning at Nassau Community College . Prior to this appointment, he was vice chancellor for administration at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Muscarella will be relocating to Garden City. He is an Army veteran who has held the positions of director of public works at Fort Knox, Ky., and deputy director of the New York District of the Army Corps of Engineers.
Dr. Bernard Rosof of Lloyd Harbor has been elected chairman, board of trustees at Huntington Hospital . He is currently a clinical professor of medicine at New York University School of Medicine. During his career, Rosoff has been a physician in private practice, a hospital executive and a hospital trustee and has chaired numerous state health care committees and task forces. He is the current chair of the Physician Consortium of the National Quality Forum and a member of the editorial board of the American Journal of Medical Quality.
Robert Wiseltier has been promoted to chief financial officer if Everything Channel , a technology sales company headquartered in Framingham, Mass. He had been controller. Wiseltier, who has nearly 20 years of financial management experience, lives in Jericho and works in the company's Manhasset office.
Nancy Hammervik, of Bethpage, has been promoted to senior vice president and managing director of events for Everything Channel , technology sales company headquartered in Framingham, Mass. She had been vice president. Hammervik in the organization's Manhasset office and is responsible for event sales and management, recruitment and growth initiatives.
Mark J. Epstein has been appointed to both the Long Island Rail Road Commuter's Council and the MTA Permanent Citizens Advisory Committee . The Melville resident is a partner at the law firm of Pazer, Epstein & Jaffee in Manhattan.
Michael M. Freeman has been appointed to the Nassau Community College Board of Trustees. A resident of Manhasset, Freeman is a partner in the law firm of Hymowitz and Freeman and specializes in the areas of matrimonial, commercial and real estate law.
Harendra Singh has been appointed to the board of trustees of Nassau Community College . A resident of Laurel Hollow, Singh founded Singh Hospitality Group which owns and operates several Long Island dining, catering and conference venues including HR Singletons Classic American Grille, Thom Thom Steak and Seafood, and, most recently, Water s Edge in Long Island City.
Lori Alexy , vice president of client services at HJMT Communications, Llc in Westbury has been appointed to the Literacy Nassau board of directors. Her three-year term begins July 1. Literacy Nassau, founded in 1968, is a learner-centered literacy service. Alexy is a resident of Baldwin.