LI people on the move, Feb. 4, 2013

Steve R. Grgas has been named partner of

Steve R. Grgas has been named partner of Presti & Naegele in Manhattan. The Floral Park resident previously served as a manager at the firm, specializes in corporation, partnership and individual taxation and is an advanced certified QuickBooks ProAdviser. (Credit: Jim Metzger)

BOARDS & ASSOCIATIONS

The Art League of Long Island has appointed three new members to its board of directors.

Anahi DeCanio, of Commack, is an artist and president and chief executive of ArtyZen Studios, an online professional network for visual artists, photographers, art collectors and gallery owners.

Daniel J. Solinsky, of Plainview, is an associate at the Woodbury law firm Salenger, Sack, Kimmel & Bavaro.

Harry Whittelsey, of Huntington Bay, is president of NBC Solutions, a company that specializes in customized communications solutions for businesses based in Huntington Station.

REAL ESTATE

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage welcomes four new licensed sales agents to its team. Hedy Cintron, of Middle Island, will work out of the Mount Sinai office and previously held a similar position at Coach Realtors in Mount Sinai. Mattia Fanelli, of East Northport, will work out of the Babylon office and previously held a similar position at RE/MAX Wittney Estates in Massapequa Park. Kathleen Levinson, of Port Washington, will work out of the Manhasset office and previously held a similar position at Douglas Elliman in Port Washington. Barbara Schulman, of Great Neck, will work out of the Great Neck office and previously held a similar position at Century 21 Madeleine Bodner, also in Great Neck.

ACCOUNTING

Steve R. Grgas has been named partner of Presti & Naegele in Manhattan. The Floral Park resident previously served as a manager at the firm, specializes in corporation, partnership and individual taxation and is an advanced certified QuickBooks ProAdviser.

Timothy McHale has been promoted to partner in charge of the tax practice for Cerini & Associates in Bohemia. He specializes in tax consulting and controversy, and services the firm's manufacturing, construction and business clientele. The Hauppauge resident previously was director of taxation at the firm.

LAW

Garden City law firm Stagg, Terenzi, Confusione & Wabnik has hired two new associates. Matthew Corwin, of Hackensack, N.J., concentrates his practice in commercial litigation and was previously an associate at Flanagan & Associates in Manhattan. Marcus Nussbaum, of Brooklyn, also concentrates his practice in commercial litigation and was previously an associate at Goetz Fitzpatrick in Manhattan.

Katie Weitzman has joined Mineola law firm Collins, McDonald & Gann as an associate attorney. The Brooklyn resident joins the firm's bicoastal dietary supplement practice group and is a recent graduate of the Hofstra University Maurice A. Deane School of Law in Hempstead.

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