On the Move

by South Jersey Biz | Dec 14, 2020
On the Move

Openings, closings, hirings and retirings in our region.

Emily Schrank has joined Parker McCay as an associate.
Julie M. Murphy has rejoined Stradley Ronan’s Cherry Hill office as a partner in the financial services practice group.
Urban Engineers recently hired Deborah Boe. She has joined the firm’s project management oversight team.
William Hanson has been named Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey’s chair. He previously served as vice chairman.
Bed Bath & Beyond has hired Elizabeth Meltzer as senior vice president, general merchandising manager, and Mary-Farrell Tarbox and Ann-Marie Clenderin as regional vice presidents for the Central and East regions.
Duly Noted
NAI Mertz was named the 2019 Top Sender of Business by NAI Global. This award recognizes the company that generated the most business with its fellow NAI offices.
Four regional leaders have been named to new roles within the advisory board for the Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs. Michael Egenton has been elected as board chair, Amy Osborn will serve as vice chair, and Michael Chait and state senator Troy Singleton were recently appointed to the board.
Brian W. Jones, president and CEO of The First National Bank of Elmer, has been selected to serve on The Franklin Institute’s executive corporate board.
Kimberly Mutcherson, co-dean of Rutgers Law School in Camden, has received the Association of American Law Schools’ inaugural Impact Award with four other law school deans for the creation of the Law Deans Antiracist Clearinghouse Project. Launched in June, the project is a web page for law deans, faculty and the public that contains resources and information related to addressing racism in law and legal education.
Baratz & Associates has merged with Robin, Kramer & Green, LLP, a full-service accounting firm in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania. The firms, with approximately 60 employees, will operate as Baratz & Associates, maintaining offices in Marlton and Fort Washington.
Capehart Scathard’s Stacey R. Gorin has been awarded the Robert W. Criscuolo Award by the Burlington County Bar Association.

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Atlantic City Electric
 has received the Project of the Year award for the company’s Salem to Woodstown Reliability Project from the New Jersey chapter of the Project Management Institute.

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