LI people on the move, June 10, 2013
Heidi Hutner will serve as the interim director of the sustainability studies program at Stony Brook University. The Huntington resident also will continue in her role as director of environmental humanities and associate professor of sustainability and English.
Dr. John D. Allendorf has been named head of Winthrop-University Hospital's pancreatic cancer program, and will also serve as vice chairman of the department of surgery and chief of the division of surgical oncology and endocrine surgery in Mineola. The Sleepy Hollow, N.Y., resident previously served as director of the pancreatic cyst surveillance program and program director of the endocrine surgery fellowship training program at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center in Manhattan.
Brandon Druek has joined Bohemia law firm Campolo, Middleton & McCormick as an associate and will be part of the corporate and private equity team. The Mastic resident was an associate at Warman Terry Law Offices in Uniontown, Pa.
Littler Mendelson welcomes three new associates to its Melville office.
William H. Ng will advise management in all aspects of labor and employment law. The Queens resident was an assistant corporation counsel in the labor and employment law and tort divisions of the New York City Law Department in Manhattan.
Adam R. Seldon will advise and represent employers in labor and employment matters on state and federal laws. The Great Neck resident was an associate at Mintz & Gold in Manhattan.
Kelly C. Spina will advise management in all aspects of labor and employment law. The Mount Sinai resident previously was an associate at Miranda Sambursky Slone Sklarin Verveniotis in Mineola.
Jason Ferreira has been named to the board of directors of the Foundation Fighting Blindness. The New Hyde Park resident is owner of Met Foodmarkets in the New York area.
Gregory P. Demetriou has been elected to the board of advisers for the Long Island Community Foundation. The Northport resident is founder and chief executive of Lorraine Gregory in Farmingdale.
Eric M. Kramer has been appointed co-chair of the estate planning committee for the New York State Society of CPAs. The Dix Hills resident is a certified public accountant and trusts and estates partner at Farrell Fritz in Uniondale, where he concentrates his practice in estate tax planning.
Patricia C. Marcin has been appointed chair of the development committee of the board of trustees of North Shore-LIJ Huntington Hospital. The Lloyd Neck resident is a trusts and estates attorney at Farrell Fritz in Uniondale, where she concentrates her practice in estate planning and estate administration.
Martin Schoonen has been named chairman of the environmental sciences department at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton. The Miller Place resident is a geochemistry professor at Stony Brook University and was director of the university's sustainability studies program.