Eric Altstadter has been named partner-in-charge at the new Melville office of Eisner Llp. The Bellmore resident is an audit partner and a member of Eisner's service to public companies group.
The Long Island Crisis Center, a nonprofit organization that provides confidential services to Long Islanders, has announced two board appointments. Lisa Veglia, an Oceanside resident and deputy executive director for Quality Services for the Autism Community, has joined the board. Frank Abdale of Abdale Consulting, a development consultant for nonprofits, has also joined the board. He lives in Manhattan.
The Long Island Children's Museum board of trustees has announced two new members. Philip W. Malakoff of Great Neck, vice president of wealth management at First Long Island Investors, has joined the board. The other new board member, Mark Bozek, is president of Galgos Entertainment and lives in Huntington Bay.
Barbara Gebhardt, president of Opus Scientific, a Melville-based specialized professional staffing firm within scientific industries, has been appointed to the board of directors of the New York Biotechnology Association.
Todd B. Ringler has joined the Alternative Board of Suffolk County as a certified board facilitator and strategic business leadership coach. The Lindenhurst resident is president of Global Business Valuation and Ringler & Associates CPAs in Great River. TAB is an international business advisory organization that provides small and midsize business executives with a forum for discussions of business problems, goals and opportunities.
Diane Callan has been named assistant district director of the Long Island office of the U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division. The Huntington resident had been an investigator for the agency for more than 30 years.
Dr. Laurie Ward of North Merrick has been named chair of the department of ambulatory and community medicine atNassau University Medical Center. She had been acting chair.
Jon F. Weinstein has joined Certified Restoration Drycleaning Network as director of sales. The Port Washington resident worked at Weisman Discount Home Centers. CRDN is a nationwide textile and fabric restoration firm.
Everything Channel, a technology sales company headquartered in Massachusetts, has promoted Robert DeMarzo of Smithtown to senior vice president, strategic content. He had been senior vice president and editorial director.
Tom Montemagno has been promoted to senior vice president, programming acquisition at Bethpage-based Cablevision. He had been vice president, programming acquisition. Montemagno is a Lindenhurst resident.
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