LI people on the move, Jan. 28, 2013
Amish Mehta has been promoted to partner at Friedman. The New Hyde Park resident and director of the not-for-profit services group at the accounting and consulting firm served as principal and will work in the Manhattan office.
Troy G. Rosasco has been appointed an adjunct professor at St. John's University School of Law in Queens and will teach students about workers' compensation law and social security disability claims. The St. James resident is a partner at the law firm Turley, Redmond, Rosasco & Rosasco in Ronkonkoma.
Karen G. Leslie has been appointed chief compliance officer for NuHealth in East Meadow. The Riverhead resident most recently served as special assistant attorney general in the Medicaid fraud control unit of the New York State attorney general's office in Hauppauge. NuHealth is a public benefit corporation that manages the operations of the Nassau University Medical Center.
Bernard Kilkelly has joined Tower Group as managing vice president, investor relations, and will work in the Manhattan office. The Lynbrook resident served as vice president, investor relations, for Delphi Financial Group in Manhattan.
Joseph Philip Forte has joined international law firm DLA Piper's real estate practice group as partner in the Manhattan office. The Manhasset resident was partner in the global finance and debt products group of Alston & Bird in Manhattan.
Sharon Tuckman-Skovera joins Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty as a licensed associate broker in the Huntington office. The Huntington resident was a broker with a private practice in Huntington.
Michael Jurik joins Loewy Design, in Melville, as head of strategic online marketing. The Melville resident served as marketing performance analyst at Yodle, an online marketing firm, in Manhattan. Loewy Design is a full-service agency that provides online marketing, branding, design, and strategic services.
PL Developments in Westbury, a supplier of over-the-counter health remedies, has announced a promotion and two new hires.
Tom Crowe has been promoted to chief supply chain officer and will continue with his responsibilities for systems and technology. The Garden City resident served as chief information officer.