Chief medical officer/senior vice president of operations for Cooper University Health Care
New position: Chief medical officer/senior vice president of operations for Cooper University Health Care
What you do: I provide direction and planning for our 500-physician multi-specialty practice, the medical and academic affairs within the hospital, and the quality and patient safety department.
Old gig: Deputy chief medical officer at Cooper
Goals: That no patient leave South Jersey for healthcare.
School ties: Medical degree from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, a law degree from University of Pennsylvania Law School, and a masters in bioethics from the University of Pennsylvania Center for Bioethics
Family tree: Married to Dr. Joanne Mazzarelli, daughter Sophia (3) and a son on the way
Favorite place at the Shore: Al's Lime Ricky World at Wildwood Boardwalk for the water ice
Giants or Jets, Yankees or Mets: I reject the premise of the question. Eagles and Phillies!
What you wanted to be when you were 6: Both the doctor for the US Men's Soccer Team as well as the goalie
Celebrity you'd like to meet: Adam Samberg
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Moss's career spans more than 30 years in the public accounting industry, with experience servicing domestic and international clients of all sizes and across many industries.
Scott Rotman joined Hatch Mott MacDonald as a senior specialist for environmental permitting in the Iselin headquarters of the North American engineering firm.
Rotman will focus on supporting and developing the firm's environmental practice, with a focus on compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act and other permitting issues. He is a former courtroom attorney whose clients included the Army Corps of Engineers, Caltrans, the U.S. Defense Department and various state transportation agencies.
Nicole E. French was named regional director of Acelleron Medical Products, the durable medical equipment division of Preferred Home Health Care & Nursing Services.
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Meagher Emanuel Laks Goldberg & Liao LLP, based in Princeton, named Frank Liao equity partner in its intellectual property practice.
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Chad Yablonsky joined the Woodbridge-based law firm Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer P.A. as a member of its banking and finance and commercial real estate services team.
Prior to joining Wilentz, Yablonsky practiced in Morris County, where he focused on corporate transactions. He received his law degree from Seton Hall School of Law in 2014
In his new role, Yablonsky will concentrate on commercial and residential transactions and financing.
Robin-Ann Juron, a senior property manager at Bergman Real Estate, was named president of the Building Owners & Managers Association of New Jersey.
During a two-year term as president, Juron will oversee the organization as it focuses on growing and retaining membership and educating members about new legislation, regulations and requirements pertaining to the commercial real estate industry.
Juron, who has been with the Woodbridge-based real estate firm for more than 10 years, has been a member of BOMA-New Jersey since 1998.
Westfield-based REDCOM Design and Construction LLC named John Malabre vice president of New York operations.
Malabre, who has more than 29 years of experience in the construction industry, most recently worked out of the firm's Westfield office as a senior project manager of New York projects. He will oversee the firm's recently opened office in Floral Park, N.Y.
Jennifer White was hired as a property acquisitions specialist by CW Solutions, a Millstone-based firm offering title research and other real estate-related services.
White is supporting infrastructure development projects involving right-of-way and easement acquisition for the region's utility companies. Her responsibilities include identifying sites, negotiating and acquiring land, land rights.
Prior to joining CW Solutions, she served as a financial analyst for Cushman & Wakefield of Georgia, where she was responsible for creating financial models of commercial properties.