The Long Island Association in Melville has elected three new members to its board of directors.
Erika Bruce of Huntington is vice president of private client services at Marsh & McLennan Co. in Melville.
Alton Byrd of Mineola is vice president of business operations, Long Island Nets, Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment in Uniondale.
Gregory Penza of Old Field is president and CEO of ULC Robotics in Hauppauge.
The Heckscher Museum of Art in Huntington has appointed two new members to its board of trustees.
Bruce Segal of Huntington is a key account executive for Pfizer Inc. in Manhattan.
Trudy Calabrese of Lloyd Harbor is a retired president of the board of St. Johnland Nursing Center in Kings Park.
The Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association in Bethpage has elected five new officers to its board of directors.
Vincent Abbatiello of Westbury, president, is commissioner in Westbury.
Michael F. Rich III of Oyster Bay, first vice president, is commissioner in Oyster Bay.
William Schuckmann of Hicksville, second vice president, is commissioner in Hicksville.
Kenneth P. Wenthen Jr. of West Hempstead, secretary, is commissioner in West Hempstead.
Lawrence F. Zaino Jr. of Carle Place, treasurer, is commissioner in Carle Place.
The North Shore Land Alliance trust in Oyster Bay has two new hires.
Michelle Stack of Huntington, hired as events manager, was development and special events manager at Island Harvest in Bethpage and Hauppauge.
Heather Amster of Stony Brook, hired as director of conservation, was a regional property supervisor at the state Department of Environmental Conservation in Stony Brook.
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