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People on the Move, March 15

Warren Woodberry Jr. has been appointed chairman of

Warren Woodberry Jr. has been appointed chairman of the public relations committee at 100 Black Men of Long Island. The Addisleigh Park resident has his own public relations firm. (March 2010) Photo Credit: Handout

BANKING
Michael Agnes has joined Wachovia Bank as assistant vice president and store manager of its Huntington location. The Smithtown resident was a branch manager at Citibank in Lake Success.

 Frank J. Frisone of Commack has joined TD Bank as manager of its Westbury store. He was branch manager of JPMorgan Chase in Carle Place.

 BOARD APPOINTMENTS
The Greater Long Island Running Club announced three board appointments: Farmingdale resident Amy Goldstein, director of the club's Caumsett 50k run and principal of Nassau BOCES Children's Early Readiness Center; Susan Fitzpatrick, Dix Hills resident and manager of racing teams and co-director of the cross country program; and Deborah Blair, Cold Spring Harbor resident and an administrator at Kimco Realty, serves as the director of the Long Island women's championship run.

 Warren Woodberry Jr. has been appointed chairman of the public relations committee at 100 Black Men of Long Island. The Addisleigh Park resident has his own public relations firm.

Islip resident Donna Trapani has been appointed president of the Long Island Dining Association, a trade association offering volume discounts to Long Island food establishments. The Islip resident operated the now-closed Breakfast Club in Islip

CONSULTING
Linda Uslaner has joined Manhasset-based EE Times Group, a technology consulting company, as marketing director. The Malverne resident was regional marketing director at The Institute for International Research in Manhattan.

Joseph Peiser has joined the Port Washington risk management firm of RMI Consulting as partner and chief operating officer. The Glen Rock, N.J., resident was proprietor of Silver Lining Insurance Consulting.

HEALTH CARE
Emily Clark has joined San Simeon by the Sound Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation as director of development. The Ridge resident was managing director of the North Fork Promotion Council.

Neuro-oncologist Tulika Ranjan has joined the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System's Harvey Cushing Institutes of Neuroscience. The Great Neck resident recently completed her neuro-oncology fellowship at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan.

Hematopathologist Yupo Ma has joined Stony Brook University Medical Center department of pathology's clinical services and will concurrently serve as professor of pathology and medical director of the flow cytometry laboratory. The East Setauket resident was chief of hematopathology, head of the stem cell program, and director of the flow cytometry laboratory at Nevada Cancer Institute in Las Vegas.

NONPROFITS
Carolyn Spector of Roslyn Heights has been hird as executivedirector at the Manhattan-based Hereditary Neuropathy Foundation.

TRAINING
Danielle Ascoli has joined PJF Sales Training Inc. in Babylon as vice president of sales and marketing. Ascoli of Sayville was director of marketing t Morning Star Home Health Care.

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