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Long Island hires and promotions: 4 named to Child Abuse Prevention Services board

Vincent Keaveny of Northport has been elected president

Vincent Keaveny of Northport has been elected president of the executive board of Child Abuse Prevention Services in Roslyn. Photo Credit: Vincent Keaveny

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Child Abuse Prevention Services in Roslyn has elected four officers to its executive board.

Vincent Keaveny of Northport, managing director, private client advisor for U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management in Melville, has been elected president.

Lynn Mishan of East Rockaway, president of Sternberg & Co. in East Rockaway, has been elected vice president.

Adam Silvers of Commack, managing partner and co-chair of the corporate and securities department at Ruskin Moscou Faltischek in Uniondale, has been elected treasurer.

Karen Siris of Roslyn, former principal of W.S. Boardman Elementary School in Oceanside and co-founder of School Leaders for Change, has been elected secretary.

Richard S. Hoagland of Syosset, vice president of GEICO’s regional center in Woodbury, has been appointed to the board of directors of the United Way of Long Island in Deer Park.

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