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LI people on the move, Jan. 25

Melissa Negrin-Wiener has been named partner at Genser

Melissa Negrin-Wiener has been named partner at Genser Dubow Genser & Cona, a Melville-based firm. The Smithtown resident was an associate since joining the firm in 2002. (January 2010) Photo Credit: Handout

BOARD APPOINTMENTS
Katy Anastasio has been elected president of the Long Island chapter of the Women's Council of Realtors. The Fort Salonga resident is president and owner of Anastasio Associates Inc. in Huntington.

BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT
David Klauber has been promoted to senior business process consultant and improvement specialist at GreyStone Business Solutions, a business process improvement firm in Mount Sinai. The Massapequa resident was business process consultant and improvement specialist.

FINANCE
Denny Kupferman has joined Citizens Bank as mortgage sales manager for the Long Island region. He was senior account manager at Emigrant Mortgage in Manhattan. He is a Greenvale resident. 

Community National Bank has announced two promotions at its Huntington branch. Michael Ogus has been named first vice president, managing the branch's commercial loan center. The East Northport resident was a vice president in the small business lending department. Maureen Swierkowski, formerly a credit analyst for the organization, has been named relationship manager. She is a Plainview resident.

HEALTH CARE
Dr. Steven Fishbane has been promoted to chief medical officer at Winthrop-University Hospital in Mineola. The Commack resident will perform his new position concurrently with his responsibilities as chief of the division of nephrology and medical director of Winthrop's dialysis network.

LAW
Melissa Negrin-Wiener has been named partner at Genser Dubow Genser & Cona, a Melville-based firm. The Smithtown resident was an associate since joining the firm in 2002.

NONPROFITS
The Long Island Crisis Center, which provides confidential services to Long Islanders, has announced two promotions. Pete Carney has been promoted to Pride for Youth project director. The Middle Village, Queens, resident was assistant director of Pride for Youth. Andy Peters has been promoted to associate executive director. The Forest Hills, Queens, resident was associate director for program development. 

Marie Saint Cyr is the new vice president of grant management at the Long Island Association for AIDS Care in Hauppauge. The Huntington resident had been executive director at the Iris House Center in Manhattan

The Early Years Institute in Plainview, which promotes the importance of children's early years for later success, recently named two new vice presidents. Helen Dorado Alessi of Long Beach will serve as senior vice president. She was corporate manager for philanthropy for Toyota Motor North America. Jeffrey Morosoff has been named vice president, communications. The Great Neck resident was vice president of institutional advancement at Nassau Community College.

SENIOR LIVING
Robert J. Syron, an East Marion resident, has been promoted to president and chief executive officer at Peconic Landing, a life-care retirement community in Greenport. He was executive director and chief executive before his promotion.

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