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Feb. 26, 2018

February 26, 2018
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From the February 26, 2018 issue of NJBIZ.
From the February 26, 2018 issue of NJBIZ. - (Photo / )
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From the February 26, 2018 issue of NJBIZ. - (Photo / NJBIZ) Soniya Sheth, quality improvement specialist for the New Jersey Hospital Association’s Health Research and Educational Trust, presented her work helping hospitals and health systems reduce pediatric CT scans and radiation exposure at the 2018 CMS Quality Conference held in Baltimore, Md., Feb. 12-14, 2018. - (Photo / NJHA) Doherty Enterprises donates over $524,000 to employee-funded WOW A Friend Foundation. The program provides emergency funds to employees and their immediate families in times of crisis and enjoyed 83 percent participation by the end of 2017. Contributions are matched by the Doherty’s each year. From left: Joan Doherty, co-founder, WOW a Friend Foundation; Tracy Pryde, chairperson, WOW a Friend Foundation and Ed Doherty, chairman and CEO of Doherty Enterprises and co-founder, WOW a Friend Foundation. - (Photo / DOHERTY ENTERPRISES) NJ Shares and the New Jersey Devils raise awareness and funds at Cool Down for Warmth event, presented by PSE&G Feb. 1, at the Prudential Center. During the event an ice house was constructed over eight hours for participants to occupy until they meet their fundraising goals. - (Photo / NJ DEVILS) New Jersey Shares executives, Prudential Center executives and various audience members pose for a group photo inside Investors Bank Tower at Prudential Center. - (Photo / NJ DEVILS) Students from Passaic County Technical Institute visit Columbia Bank headquarters, in Fair Lawn, during National Career & Technical Education month. The students presented gifts including student art work and baked goods from the school’s culinary institute. The art will be displayed at the bank. From left: PCTI Skills USA Advisor Thomas Bove; students Kelly Cita and Lourdes Monzon Olivares; E. Thomas Allen Jr., senior executive vice president, chief operating officer, Columbia Bank; student Renee Angello, and PCTI Skills USA Advisor Geralyn Hunter. - (Photo / COLUMBIA BANK)

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