On the Move

On the Move

Openings, closings, hirings and retirings in our region.

New Jersey American Water promoted Michael McKeever to divisional chief financial officer for the region covering New Jersey, New York, Virginia and Maryland, and Deana Earland Perez as director, human resources.
 
Campbell Soup has hired Camille Pierce as its chief culture officer.
 
Wade Haddad has joined Bed Bath & Beyond as senior vice president, real estate and construction. He will lead the company’s store optimization strategy.
 
Additionally, Juan Guerrero has been hired as Bed Bath & Beyond’s chief supply chain officer.
 
Angela L. Mastrangelo, Esq. has joined Hyland Levin Shapiro.
 
Susan Cole is retiring after 23 years as president at Montclair State University.
 
Urban Engineers has hired Gary Etter as regional manager for its Cherry Hill location.
 
Sturdy Savings Bank promoted Lisa Eisele to chief financial officer and Greg Matuson to chief operating officer.
 
Matt Platkin, chief counsel to Gov. Phil Murphy, is departing his role. He has served as chief counsel since the beginning of the administration in 2018.
 
Duly Noted
Cure Auto Insurance’s Chief Operating Officer, Eric S. Poe and Capehart Scatchard’s Lora V. Northern have been named to the New Jersey Law Journal’s 2020 list of New Jersey Trailblazers.

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