On the Move

On the Move

Openings, closings, hirings and retirings in our region.

Vincent J. Pompili, MD
, has been appointed cardiology chair of Deborah Heart and Lung Center. Pompili joins Deborah from Novant Health Heart Vascular Institute & Innovation Center in Charlotte, N.C.

Dilworth Paxson has added Andrew Leven as “of counsel” to the white collar and government investigation department.
 
The New Jersey Apartment Association added Andrew Musick as vice president of government affairs.
 
National Integrity Title Agency added four new title insurance specialists to its operations team: Gabrielle Bergman, Annamarie Lazar, Gena Prybella andMargaret Stezzi.
 
Savannah Walls has joined NAI Mertz as marketing assistant.
 
The Economic Development Authority has appointed David Campbell to lead its office of international trade and investment.
 
Mark Tritton, a former Target executive, will become president and chief executive officer at Bed Bath & Beyond.
 
Vascular neurosurgeon Brian Jankowitz, MD, has joined Cooper University Health Care as a member of the Cooper Neurological Institute.
 
Steve Roberson has been named president of Atlas Retail Energy. Roberson previously served as managing director, vice president and director of Northeast markets for the commercial and industrial energy advisory firm.
 
Burlington Stores Inc. appointed John Crimmins as chief financial officer. He served as interim CFO since September.
 
Duly Noted
Virtua has announced the following leadership appointments for the Virtua Foundation board of trustees: John J. Parker Sr., chairman; Damien Ghee, vice-chairman and Richard Silpe, treasurer.

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Additionally, Virtua welcomed Marques Colston, John Gillespie, Brenda O’Brien and Bob Platzer as the most recent members to join the Virtua Foundation board.
 
Sheila Mints, chair of Capehart Scatchard’s cannabis law practice, was recently appointed by the New Jersey State Bar Association to its Cannabis Law Special Committee. The committee’s mission is to bring
together a group of attorneys who examine the legal issues that stem from medical and potential consumer access to cannabis.
 
Parker McCay attorneys Brett Gorman and Erin Szulewski Wolfer have been named to Burlington County Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Young Professionals Leadership Class of 2019.
 
Michelle F. Alteri, partner with Charny Karpousis Altieri & Donoian, P.A., has been appointed co-chair of the Camden County Bar Association.
 
Virtua physician Gaurav Sharma, MD, a general and bariatric surgeon, was named a diplomate of the American Board of Obesity Medicine (ABOM). He is one of only six N.J. physicians and among just 117 in the United States and Canada to be named a diplomate of the ABOM.
 
The HFM Investment Advisors, LLC 10th annual Gloucester County Coat Drive is currently underway and runs through Jan. 31, 2020. HFM has collected and donated more than 18,000 coats to South Jersey residents in need over the past nine years. HFM partners with Heart of South Jersey, which distributes the donated coats to more than 20 nonprofit organizations. The Y.A.L.E. School of Cherry Hill volunteers to help count, sort and deliver coats throughout the drive. Drop-off sites include HFM’s Glassboro office, all local Gloucester County Library System branches and 20 additional locations which can be found at HFMAdvisors.com/liz-roth.
 
Last month, Riggs Distler & Company employees raised over $15,000 for the St. Jude Walk/Run at the Philadelphia Zoo.
 
Alloy Silverstein is hosting a Blood and Bone Marrow Drive at their office located at 900 N. Kings Hwy., Suite 208 in Cherry Hill on Thursday, Nov. 14 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. The firm has partnered with the American Red Cross and Be The Match to help address the major shortage hospitals and patients are facing when it comes to blood donations and the need for a larger, more diverse bone marrow donor database.

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Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 9, Issue 10 (October 2019).


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