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Long Island hires and promotions: Laura Farahani, Molloy College

Laura Farahani, of Lloyd Harbor, has been named

Laura Farahani, of Lloyd Harbor, has been named to the board of trustees at Molloy College in Rockville Centre. Photo Credit: Molloy College

BOARDS

Molloy College in Rockville Centre has added four new members to its board of trustees.

Laura Farahani of Lloyd Harbor is managing partner with Cambridge Leadership Associates, a management consulting firm in Manhattan.

Matthew Grover of Centerport is senior vice president commercial sales and sales operations for Optimum, a division of Altice USA in Bethpage.

Len Peters, of Newtown, Connecticut, is vice president and chief information officer at New York University. He is also an adjunct professor at Yale and Columbia and a member of several tech companies’ customer advisory boards.

John Westerman of Oyster Bay is managing partner of Westerman Ball Ederer Miller Zucker & Sharfstein in Uniondale.

BANKING

Gold Coast Bank in Islandia has announced two new hires.

Grace Manfredi of Wading River has been hired as assistant treasurer/loan administrator. She was a loan operations specialist at Bridgehampton National Bank in Center Moriches.

Eva M. Rahmanides of Manhattan has been hired as relationship manager/private banker. She was vice president of corporate banking at BMO Capital Markets in Manhattan.

CORRECTION: Len Peters of Newtown, Connecticut, is vice president and chief information officer at New York University. He is also an adjunct professor at Yale and Columbia and a member of several tech companies’ customer advisory boards. His titles were incorrect in previous versions of this story.

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