CFO, executive vice president and treasurer, Synchronoss
What you do: Oversee all financial and business operations.
Old gig: Served as the senior vice president and chief accounting officer of Synchronoss since January 2012.
Goals: To demonstrate leadership and work effectively across departments to meet Synchronoss' financial objectives. To continue to ensure value for our shareholders.
School ties: Accounting degree from Cedar Crest College and a Master of Business Administration from Saint Joseph's University
Family tree: Husband Ron; son David
Hometown: Quakertown, Pa.
Bruce, Bon Jovi, Whitney or Sinatra: Bruce!
Jersey Shore or Housewives of N.J.: The Sopranos
Favorite place to chow down: I enjoy Char and La Catena, both in Bridgewater.
What you wanted to be when you were 6: A school teacher.
Historical figure you'd want to meet: Alexander Hamilton
Dream vacation: Hawaii
Nisivoccia LLP, a Mount Arlington-based accounting and business advisory firm, named John Mooney and Chris Perrotta principals.
Mooney, a member of the governmental entity group, specializes in performing audits for county and municipal governments, school districts and colleges. He has spent 17 years with the firm.
Perrotta is a member of the commercial audit group and provides auditing tax and business consulting services for both profit and nonprofit clients. He has spent six years with Nisivoccia.
The firm also promoted Harlene Stevens, a member of its commercial group, to manager after seven years with the firm. Ray Sarinelli was promoted to supervisor from staff accountant, while Stacey Ernst was made senior accountant.
Sangita Patel was named assistant vice president with Sun National Bank and manager of the company's retail branch at 47 Princeton Hightstown Road in West Windsor.
Patel, who has been a banker for 16 years, will be responsible for new business development, consumer and business lending, personnel management and daily operations at the branch. Prior to joining Sun, the Princeton resident was a vice president and senior branch manager with Sovereign Bank and Banco Santander.
William G. Burris III was named executive vice president and chief operating officer of Burris Construction Co., a Moorestown-based design-build firm specializing in rehabilitation facilities.
Burris previously served as the firm's vice president of marketing and is the third generation to take the helm. As COO, he will be responsible for managing the zoning and planning application process as well as running the companies day to day operations.
Delta Dental of New Jersey appointed Dr. Keith Libou chief clinical officer of the Parsippany-based operation.
Libou, who has more than 15 years of experience in large group practice, previously held the position for Dental Care Alliance and served as that firm's affiliated multi-location group practice in Pennsylvania. He is licensed to practice dentistry in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Dr. Robert M. Pickoff was named chief medical officer for Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton.
Pickoff, who has more than 16 years of management experience in the hospital industry, will coordinate medical affairs and the medical staff office, while assisting in the achievement of the hospital's goals as it relates to quality, service and physician alignment.
The board-certified internist, who specializes in cardiovascular disease, most recently served as chief medical officer at Hunterdon Medical Center and Saint Clare's Health System in Denville.
Montclair State University appointed Jerry Cutler vice president of human relations.
Cutler, who took over the post Feb. 3, will oversee and develop university talent acquisition, staffing, affirmative action and other areas related to human resources.
He is a former assistant attorney general and principal counsel to the Maryland State Labor Relations Board. He earned his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania.
New Jersey Community Capital, a New Brunswick-based community development financial institution, named Earl Plante its first director of resource development.
In the new role, Plante will oversee a team that coordinates all of NJCC's necessary revenue generation activities and communication responses to external agency stakeholders. He most recently served as CEO of the organization SF Pride, where he oversaw the annual production of the nation's largest gathering of the LGBT community.
Jenn Krass was appointed sales manager at Hometown Security LLC, a Wall-based firm, while Raymond J. Ryan was named regional sales manager.
Krass has spent the past year and a half in charge of operational oversight for the company, which provides armed and unarmed security guards. She now will oversee all sales and marketing activities.
Ryan, a former director of security for New Jersey Lottery and a retired Jersey City police lieutenant, will oversee sales and delivery of services for the central and northern New Jersey regions. He joined the firm in October.