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People on the move, July 12

Michael White has been promoted to general sales manager at Heritage Jaguar in Freeport. The Oyster Bay resident was finance director at Jaguar of Great Neck.

Eric Wasserman has been appointed branch manager at Bank of Smithtown's new office in Manhasset. The Rockville Centre resident was assistant manager at the East Hills branch.

Monroe Hale has been elected president of Long Islanders for Families & Youth. Hale is director of the residential treatment center at Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York in Wading River and lives in the upstate community of New Hampton on weekends.

Joseph G. Milizio, managing partner at the Lake Success law firm of Vishnick McGovern Milizio, has been appointed to the New York State Bar Association Special Committee on LGBT (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender) People and the Law. He is a Fort Salonga resident.

Shelley Wojtkiewicz has been appointed president of the Junior League of Long Island. The Mastic Beach resident is a marketing manager at Quantronix Corp. in East Setauket.

Kelly Ronayne has been promoted from assistant dean to associate dean at St. John's University in Jamaica. Ronayne lives in East Rockaway.

Eric Ricioppo has joined SBI Campus (formerly known as Katharine Gibbs School) as president of the Melville campus. The Island Park resident was president and chief executive of the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City.

Barry Lieber, a biomedical engineer, has joined the cerebrovascular center at Stony Brook University Medical Center. The South Setauket resident was professor of biomedical engineering and co-director of the center for neuroendovascular surgery and stroke research at the University of Miami.

Christine Lobasso Sullivan has joined the law offices of  Nicholas V. Campasano in Deer Park as an associate. The Huntington resident was special trial counsel for the office of the Nassau County Attorney.

Andrew S. Koenig has joined the Yankowitz Law Firm in Great Neck as an associate. The Jericho resident was an associate at Domina Law Group in Huntington.

Rachel A. Scelfo has been promoted from associate to counsel at the Uniondale law firm of Farrell Fritz. She lives in Babylon Village.

Laura Ollett has been promoted to director of residential services at Developmental Disabilities Institute in Smithtown. The Shirley resident was assistant director of adult residential services.

Theresa Statz-Smith has been appointed executive director at the Long Island Arts Alliance in Woodbury. The Bayville resident was an executive producer at WLIW/21 in Manhattan.

John Kastanhas joined the Peninsula Counseling Center in Valley Stream as executive director. The Brooklyn resident was vice president, behavioral health at St. Vincent's Hospital in Manhattan.

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