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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