TODAY'S PAPER
52° Good Afternoon
52° Good Afternoon
ClassifiedsJobs

LI people on the move, Jan. 27, 2014

Dorian Stern has joined The Interfaith Nutrition Network

Dorian Stern has joined The Interfaith Nutrition Network in Hempstead as director of development. The Huntington resident previously held a similar position at Island Harvest in Mineola. The INN addresses the issues of hunger and homelessness on Long Island by providing food, shelter, long-term housing and supportive services for those who seek the organization's help. Credit: Handout

NONPROFITS

Charles J. Fuschillo Jr. has joined the Alzheimer's Foundation of America in Manhattan as chief executive. The Merrick resident previously served as a New York State senator for the 8th Senate District.

Dorian Stern has joined The Interfaith Nutrition Network in Hempstead as director of development. The Huntington resident previously held a similar position at Island Harvest in Mineola. The INN addresses the issues of hunger and homelessness on Long Island by providing food, shelter, long-term housing and supportive services for those who seek the organization's help.

ACCOUNTING

R.S. Abrams & Co. in Islandia welcomes two new employees.

David Brown joins as a director. The Irvington, N.Y., resident was a partner at D'Arcangelo & Co., in Westchester.

Melissa Lee joins as a supervisor. The Hauppauge resident was a manager at WeiserMazars in Woodbury.

BOARDS & ASSOCIATIONS

Andrea Tsoukalas has been appointed treasurer of the Nassau County Women's Bar Foundation. The Roslyn Harbor resident is a partner at Forchelli, Curto, Deegan, Schwartz, Mineo & Terrana law firm in Uniondale, where she concentrates her practice on zoning, land use, environmental and municipal law matters. The foundation is the charitable arm of the Nassau County Women's Bar Association.

John Capobianco has been installed as the president of the National Chrysanthemum Society. He served for two years as first vice president and has chaired the public relations and international relations committees since 2008. The Farmingdale resident is the owner of Capobianco Creations, also located in Farmingdale.

HEALTH CARE

The North Shore-LIJ Health System has announced two appointments that will be based in the Great Neck corporate office.

Laura S. Peabody has been appointed senior vice president of legal affairs and chief legal officer. The Manhattan resident previously served as chief legal officer and managed legal, internal audit, compliance, policy and government affairs, real estate and the Medicare strategy for Harvard Pilgrim Health Care in Wellesley, Mass.

Andrew Schulz has been appointed vice president of legal affairs and general counsel. The Brooklyn resident has been with the health system for more than 14 years and has served as deputy general counsel in Great Neck since 2007.

INSURANCE

Taryn Santora has been promoted to commercial lines manager at Remco Insurance Agency in Hempstead. The Lynbrook resident is a state-licensed property-casualty broker and previously served as an underwriter.

MANUFACTURING

Sal Macedonio has joined ACCU-SCOPE and UNITRON in Commack as sales and business development manager. The Stony Brook resident was most recently a research microscopy specialist at Leica Microsystems in Manhattan. ACCU-SCOPE and UNITRON companies manufacture microscopes and digital cameras for use in clinical, research, education, gemological and industrial applications.

To be included in People on the Move, send information and color photos about job moves, promotions and other work-world triumphs by fax to 631-843-2065, by email to peopleonthemove@newsday.com, or by mail to People on the Move, 235 Pinelawn Rd., Melville, NY 11747-4250.

Latest Long Island News