Director of the Nonprofit Sector Resource Institute at Seton Hall University.
Bonnie Madsen has joined Mahwah accounting firm Goldstein Lieberman & Company LLC.
Madsen has more than two decades experience in accounting, business and tax preparation. She previously worked with Ringwood company Laura Ingraffea CPA, which merged with Goldstein Lieberman & Company LLC. She is licensed to practice in New York and New Jersey.
Thomas P. Marshall has joined Peapack-Gladstone Bank Private Banking as managing director. Marshall will work in Morristown, providing commercial financial services for individual and family-owned businesses as part of their investment portfolio.
Marshall has more than 34 years commercial and product management experience, most recently serving as vice president of commercial lending at Fulton Bank of New Jersey in Hackettstown.
Latosha Taylor was named assistant vice president of community development and mortgage loan consultant of PGB Mortgage, the mortgage division of Peapack-Gladstone Bank. With more than 15 years experience, Taylor previously served as senior mortgage loan officer and community lending specialist at Bank of America Mortgage Company in Denville.
CN Communications of Newark has hired senior account executive David Hodges. He will serve as director of the governor's STEM Scholars, a program of the Research & Development Council of New Jersey, a CN client.
Hodges is experienced in law, policy and media. He previously served as an associate with Winston & Strawn and counsel to Consumers-in-Motion, where he provided legal advice for a startup technology firm, facilitated micro-lending, and helped entrepreneurs with intellectual issues in emerging markets.
He earned his law degree from American University.
Morristown consulting firm Berger Group Holdings Inc. appointed two human resource officers: John Pryor was named vice president and director of human resources at the holdings level, and Donna Watson joined the firm as vice president and human resources director for Louis Berger International.
Pryor will lead global recruitment, talent development, benefits and compensation and succession planning for the corporation's four wholly owned companies: The Louis Berger Group, Inc., Louis Berger International, Louis Berger Services and Ammann & Whitney. He has 25 years experience and most recently served as vice president for human resources at Inttra, an online logistics network in the ocean shipping industry.
Watson will lead talent acquisition, benefits and compensation structures, onboarding procedures and career development across the firm's entire international operation, Louis Berger International.
Watson is based in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, with regular travel to global offices. She has more than 30 years experience and specializes in developing integrated organizational structures to serve varying market sectors.
Old Bridge Spine and Wellness Center has added Dr. Melissa Hreha and Dr. Sangwoo Kim to the practices. The Matawan-based center provides massage, chiropractic, acupuncture, nutrition and physical therapy services.
Hill Wallack LLP has added Ryan A. Marrone and Peter A. Swift to the law firm's Princeton office. He is a member of the business and commercial practice group. With more than 16 years experience, Marrone concentrates on renewable energy and has handled transactions for the finance and development of solar projects. He also provides general counsel to small and midsize businesses.
Marrone is admitted to practice in New Jersey, the U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey and District of Columbia. He earned his law degree from Widener.
Swift is a member of the trial and insurance defense and product liability practice groups. He has handled premises liability, product liability and employment cases, including all types of discovery, motion practice, settlement discussions, trial preparation and trial practice. Swift is admitted to practice in New Jersey, U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey and New York. He earned his law degree from St. John's University School of Law.
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