Cheryl Richards has joined Broad Street Consulting Advisors as executive vice president and director of project development. She had been chief financial officer and CEO of Valley Green Bank. As a consultant, she also assisted in opening Spring Garden Lending Group.
James Carlino has joined Bancroft, a Cherry Hill nonprofit provider of specialized services for individuals with autism and other intellectual or developmental disabilities, as senior vice president of human resources. He had been vice president of human resources at Deborah Heart and Lung Center.
Bryn Mawr Bank Corp., the parent of the Bryn Mawr Trust Co., Bryn Mawr, has hired Mariluz Gonzalez, as senior vice president and consumer compliance officer. She had been manager of fair lending and servicing compliance policy at Ocwen Financial Corp., Mount Laurel.
R-Health, an Elkins Park company that contracts with individuals, employers, unions, and small businesses to provide direct primary care, has hired internist Randi Protter as the company's quality director in its new Ewing, N.J., office.
Tiffany J. Giangiulio has joined the Philadelphia office of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin as a shareholder in the firm's casualty department. She had been a partner in the Philadelphia office of German, Gallagher & Murtagh.
The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia has hired Darrell Davis as manager of local government and civic affairs. Davis had been the African American Outreach director for Hillary for Pennsylvania campaign.
Gilmore & Associates Inc., a New Britain civil engineering firm, has named Scott C. Muller president. A former senior executive vice president, he joined the firm in 2004. Christopher D. Burkett, former executive vice president, has been promoted to senior executive vice president. Alexander Dyke, former water resources services manager, is now vice president, water resources. Kurt M. Schroeder, former municipal services and business development representative, is now vice president.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has named Marlon Miller as the new special agent in charge of the three-state Homeland Security Investigations office based in Philadelphia, overseeing Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Delaware. A St. Joseph's University graduate, he had been special agent in charge in HSI Detroit.
Hilton Philadelphia at Penn's Landing Hotel hired Cheryl Latvala as catering sales manager and Chelsea Eisenberg as corporate group sales manager. Latvala had been director of catering sales and events at the Crowne Plaza Hotel and Convention Center in Cherry Hill. Eisenberg had been corporate sales manager at Crowne Plaza Reading, Wyomissing.
Schubert, Gallagher, Tyler & Mulcahey has named Linda Mathias Hee a shareholder of the firm. She is the lead attorney of the firm's Norristown office.
Jay Goldstein has rejoined Kleinbard LLC, Philadelphia, as of counsel in the business and finance department. He had been president and CEO of Valley Green Bank and cofounded a real estate investment fund targeting the renovation and development of commercial properties in Philadelphia.
Sean P. Whalen has been promoted to counsel from associate at Klehr Harrison Harvey Branzburg L.L.P.
Chamberlain Hrdlicka has hired former Philadelphia Deputy City Solicitor Adam M. Koelsch as an associate in its Philadelphia office.
Penn National Gaming Inc., Wyomissing, has named William J. Fair executive vice president and chief financial officer. Fair had been the company's executive vice president and chief development officer since 2014.
John Bertagnolli Jr. has joined Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice, Marlton, as a hospice physician. He will continue to work as an associate professor of family medicine at Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine.
Mercy Fitzgerald and Mercy Philadelphia Hospitals named psychiatrist Tahir Maqsood chair of psychiatry. The chair will unify the department of psychiatry at both hospitals and will function in an integrated system of behavioral health.
St. Clair CPA Solutions, Conshohocken and Merchantville, has promoted Brian DiMattesa as a principal of the firm. He had been manager in the firm's tax and accounting and auditing departments since August 2011.
The Economy League of Greater Philadelphia said its executive director, Steve Wray, will be resigning from his position in spring 2017. Josh Sevin, managing director for regional engagement, will take on an acting executive director role for the organization starting March 22. He will lead an organizational assessment and strategic planning effort to position the Economy League for new permanent leadership.
Philadelphia Works, the quasi-governmental agency that links employers to job-seekers, said Mayor Kenney has appointed H. Patrick Clancy as its president and CEO. He had been special adviser on employment and training programs for the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services.
Blank Rome L.L.P. has promoted the following associates to partner in its Philadelphia office: Dayna C. Finkelstein, real estate; Andrew J. Haas, tax, benefits, and private client; Michael A. Iannucci, commercial litigation; and James J. Quinlan, energy, environment, and mass torts.
Nikhil A. Heble, intellectual property and technology, and Nancy Oliphant Ryan, tax, benefits, and private client, have been promoted from counsel to partner.
The following associates were promoted to partner from associates in the firm's offices around the nation: In the New York office, Mayling C. Blanco, white-collar defense and investigations, and Jonathan M. Robbin, consumer finance; in Washington, Alex E. Hassid, commercial litigation, and in Los Angeles, Christopher J. Petersen, corporate litigation. Also Rustin I. Paul, corporate, M&A, and securities, has been promoted to partner from counsel in New York.
Associates promoted to counsel include: Marquel S. Jordan, energy, environment, and mass tort, Houston; Jason I. Miller, finance, restructuring, and bankruptcy, New York; Kevin M. O'Malley, finance, restructuring, and bankruptcy, Los Angeles; and Adrien C. Pickard commercial litigation, Washington.
White & Williams has elected Ed Beitz, Justin Fortescue, Jennifer Santangelo, and Amy Vulpio to its partnership.
Additionally, Paul Briganti, Josh Galante, Dana Monzo, George Morrison, Craig O'Neill, and Steve Urgo have been promoted to counsel. The lawyers earned new positions based on their contributions to the firm and their practices.
Continuum Health Alliance, a physician-enablement company in Marlton, has hired David Kovel as chief information officer. He had been CIO at Sage Growth Partners. It also hired John Juzaitis, former national director of commercial operations at ZirMed, as vice president of commercial operations. Andrew Christman was hired as general manager/senior vice president of performance solutions. He had been area vice president of enterprise solutions at ZirMed.
Energy Ventures Analysis, Inc., has hired Robert DiDona as a partner, heading the power practice business unit. He had been head of US power trading for BNP Paribas, where he managed proprietary trading books, client flow and structured transactions. Prior to BNP Paribas, he was a director of asset optimization at PSEG Energy Resources and Trade and managing the Northeast asset portfolio.
Commonwealth Computer Recycling (CyberCrunch), a Greensburg, Pa. provider of a range of data destruction, e-waste disposal services, has added Jennifer Pratt to its sales team. Pratt will be responsible for e-waste recycling and data destruction sales in the Metro Philadelphia and Baltimore/Washington, D.C. areas. Pratt, who previously owned and operated her own document destruction business in the Washington, D.C. area, has years of experience in the recycling industry. CyberCrunch serves Fortune 1000 companies across the country,
Monetate, a New York provider of personalization software for consumer-facing brands, has promoted Adam Litle to vice president of sales, North America. He will report directly to Monetate President and CEO Lucinda Duncalfe and join the executive leadership team. He had been general manager of Monetate's personalization business unit.
Zelis Healthcare, a Bedminster and Atlanta healthcare information technology company, has hired Stephen Bradshaw as vice president and corporate controller. Bradshaw had been chief financial officer for Wilks Broadcast Group and controller for Cumulus Media as well as Premier Anesthesia.
Next Wave Health Advisors, LLC, a Huntzinger Management Group company in Scranton, has hired Greg Walton as an advisor. Before joining the healthcare information technology, he had been chief information officer at El Camino Hospital, Mountain View, Calif. and senior vice president and CIO at Carilion Health System in Roanoke.
Phyllis Greenberger has been hired as senior vice president for Science and Health Policy at HealthyWomen, a Red Bank not-for-profit online health media platform. She had been president and CEO of the Society for Women's Health Research, Washington, D.C., from 1993 until August 2016.