LI people on the move, Sept. 23, 2013
Tracy Garrison-Feinberg has been named the new director of the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County Claire Friedlander Education Institute in Glen Cove. Prior to joining the center, the Brooklyn resident previously served as senior program associate at Facing History and Ourselves, in Manhattan.
Regina A. Rodriguez has been named controller at the Long Island Children's Museum in Garden City. The Massapequa Park resident is a certified public accountant and previously served as the controller for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation in Manhattan.
John Schneidawin has joined Apple Bank for Savings as assistant vice president and branch manager of the Locust Valley branch. The Glen Cove resident previously served as branch manager for Bethpage Federal Credit Union in Glen Cove.
Michelle Blair has been appointed vice president of office operations for The Design Capital Planning Group and The Institute for Financial Education in Smithtown. The Farmingville resident previously served as director of office operations.
Didit, a full-service online advertising and marketing services agency in Mineola, has announced five promotions.
Brendan Brady has been promoted to director of technology in the technology department. The Long Beach resident previously was an engineering manager.
Jason Cheung has been promoted to senior software engineer in the technology department. The Williston Park resident previously was a software engineer.
Thaddaeus Clay has also been promoted to senior software engineer in the technology department. He previously was a software engineer and lives in Baldwin.
Gina DiMarco has been promoted to social media account manager in the social media department. The Rockville Centre resident previously was a marketing account manager.
Andrew Galasso has been promoted to account executive in the client services department. The Bohemia resident previously was an associate account executive.
Robert Andrew Wild has joined New York Institute of Technology's board of trustees. The Manhattan resident is chairman and founding member of the legal firm Garfunkel Wild, which has offices in Great Neck, New Jersey and Connecticut.
Dr. Ramin Rak has been elected to the board of directors of the Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics. The Woodbury resident is a neurosurgeon, co-surgical director of the Long Island Brain Tumor Center at Neurological Surgery in Commack, and director of the Brain Tumor Program at Huntington Hospital.
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