Team Capital Bank named Andrea Reid communications and public relations officer. Reid will be based out of Team Capital headquarters in Bethlehem, Pa., coordinating media relations, shareholder relationships and selecting internal communications at the corporate level. Reid will work with Team Capital's 12 branches in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Reid previously worked for Valley National Financial Advisors, where she spent more than five years as marketing and development coordinator for the firm's four offices in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.LAW
Law firm Herrick, Feinstein LLP added attorney Lori Lewis to the community association and condominium/co-op groups. Lewis is a graduate of Cornell Law School and is admitted to practice law in New Jersey and soon to be admitted in New York. Lewis will work out of the firm's Princeton office. She concentrates on advising condos, co-ops and homeowners' associations on matters including daily operations, the creation and enforcement of regulations, development transition, fair housing compliance, construction defects, unpaid assessments and common charges, and civil litigation.
Lyndhurst law firm Scarinci Hollenbeck had added Fernando M. Pinguelo to its practice. Pinguello will become chair of the firm's cyber security and data protection group, as well as its electronic discovery group.
Pinguelo has experience as a trial attorney, including the areas of cyber law and electronic discovery. Pinguelo is admitted to practice law before the bars of New Jersey; New York; District of Columbia; U.S. Supreme Court; U.S. Court of Appeals of the second, third, and federal circuits; and the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey and the southern, eastern and western Districts of New York.NONPROFITS
The Newark School of the Arts has named Lawrence Tamburri executive director. Tamburri, who had been serving as the school's interim executive director, was selected after a national search led by the Arts Consulting Group.
Tamburri, of Maplewood, has 30 years' arts management, advocacy and fundraising experience. Most recently, he served as president and CEO of the Symphony Orchestra, a $30 million orchestra and concert hall in Pittsburgh. He implemented an $80 million fundraising campaign during his eight-year tenure there.
From 1991 to 2004, Tamburri served as president and CEO of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra in Newark. He also co-founded the Newark Early Strings Program in partnership with Newark public schools.