LI people on the move, Jan. 2, 2014

Gregory Malz has joined Go-Green Auto Centers in

Gregory Malz has joined Go-Green Auto Centers in Ronkonkoma as chief operating officer and general counsel. The Forest Hills resident was a consultant attorney in private practice in Manhattan. Photo Credit: Handout

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AUTOMOTIVE

Gregory Malz has joined Go-Green Auto Centers in Ronkonkoma as chief operating officer and general counsel. The Forest Hills resident was a consultant attorney in private practice in Manhattan.

ARCHITECTURE

Lawrence Feeley has joined H2M, a consulting and design firm in Melville, as senior architect and spec writer. The Sayville resident worked for Bohemia-based Ward Associates for 34 years as an architect, completing his tenure there as vice president for the architectural division. The firm was purchased in 2011 by BBS Architects and Engineers of Patchogue, where he continued to work until joining H2M.

BOARDS & ASSOCIATIONS

East End Arts announced two new members to its board of directors.

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Jim Cairo, of Middle Island, is small business banker of Eastern Suffolk County for Citibank in Riverhead.

Andrew Olsen, of Cutchogue, is publisher and owner of Times/Review Newsgroup in Mattituck.

Patrick Kane has been appointed to the Vincent Smith School board of trustees. The Garden City resident is senior sales director at Gigamon in Manhattan. The Vincent Smith School serves learning disabled students.

Nina McCann has been appointed to the paralegal advisory board of Nassau Community College. The Williston Park resident is director of marketing for the law firm of Forchelli, Curto, Deegan, Schwartz, Mineo & Terrana in Uniondale.

BANKING

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Krista Braccia has been appointed branch manager, assistant vice president of Empire National Bank's Mineola branch. The Islip resident was a private banking manager at BNY Mellon NA in Garden City.

EDUCATION

Jacqueline Doudu-Burbridge has been appointed director of alumni and donor relations at Touro Law Center in Central Islip. The Copiague resident was senior development and marketing officer at Variety Child Learning Center in Syosset.

RISK MANAGEMENT

Stephen F. Murphy III has joined Chernoff Diamond & Co. in Garden City as adviser in the firm's private client services division. The Massapequa resident was field director at Northwestern Mutual Financial Network in Manhattan. Chernoff Diamond & Co. is an employee benefits, compensation, insurance and risk-management consultants firm.

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LAW

Paul R. Pepper has joined the litigation group at Morici & Morici, in Garden City, as an associate. The East Northport resident was in private practice in Jericho.

REAL ESTATE

Carol Amelia has joined Winkler Real Estate in West Islip as a licensed sales agent. The Babylon Village resident is a retired New York City police officer.

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