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Long Island hires and promotions: Marci Waterman, SterlingRisk Insurance

Marci Waterman of East Hampton has been promoted

Marci Waterman of East Hampton has been promoted to chief operating officer at SterlingRisk Insurance in Woodbury. Photo Credit: Sunshine Harmon

INSURANCE

Marci Waterman of East Hampton, chief administrative officer at SterlingRisk Insurance in Woodbury, has been promoted to chief operating officer.

NONPROFITS

Emily Waters of Bethpage has been hired as director of services for victims of human trafficking at The Safe Center LI in Bethpage. She was senior director of counseling services at the Victims Information Bureau of Suffolk in Islandia.

Camille Schramm of Commack has been hired as director of development and public relations at UCP (United Cerebral Palsy) of Long Island in Hauppauge. She was chief administrative officer at HTx Services in Hauppauge.

ARTS

Charles A. Riley II of Cutchogue and Manhattan has been hired as director of Nassau County Museum of Art in Roslyn Harbor. He was a tenured professor at Baruch College, the City University of New York in Manhattan.

REAL ESTATE

Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty in Cold Spring Harbor has two promotions.

Tara Poli of Huntington Bay, senior graphic designer, has been promoted to manager of development marketing.

Allison Conte of Huntington, graphic designer, has been promoted to design manager.

Hailey Zhang of Oyster Bay has been hired as a licensed sales agent at Homes By Mara Realty in Syosset and was with Yao’s Realty in Flushing, Queens.

Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc. has hired one associate broker and three licensed real estate sales agents.

Steven Rabitz of Massapequa has been hired as an associate broker in Plainview and is an attorney with a private practice in Massapequa and Lake Success.

Angela Williams-Samuels of Rosedale, Queens, has been hired as a sales agent in Plainview and was with Miles Realty in Queens Village.

Andrew Spina of West Islip has been hired as a sales agent in Plainview and completed a licensing course at the New York Real Estate Institute in Manhattan.

James Taylor of Amityville has been hired as a sales agent in Sayville and completed a licensing course online at Real Estate University.

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