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5 new board posts on Island

Radna, Fried and Ferruggiari

Radna, Fried and Ferruggiari

Sandra Radna of Smithtown, left, has joined the boards of Hope for Youth, which equips children with skills for independent living; and World Adhesion Foundation, a not-for-profit providing research and support for scar tissue-related illnesses. She was also named general counsel for Long Island Advancement of Small Business. Radna is a partner at Radna and Androsiglio in Manhattan.
David Fried, center, has been named president of the board of directors at the Samuel Field Y in Little Neck. He is an independent insurance broker with Sterling & Sterling in Woodbury and lives in Port Washington.

Brian Ferruggiari, right, has been elected board president at Child Abuse Prevention Services, a Roslyn not-for-profit that focuses on the prevention of bullying and child abuse and neglect. He is director of public affairs for AVR Realty, a real estate development company in Yonkers, and is a West Islip resident.
The Long Island Children's Museum has two new board members: Garden City resident/home improvement personality Leslie Segrete and Marc B. Spector of East Hills, a principal of the Spector Group architects.

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