Executive Moves: Boiling Springs, Morais Law and more

By ROI-NJ Staff
New Jersey | Aug 8, 2019 at 1:37 pm

Executive Moves is an occasional feature on ROI-NJ.com describing some of the important personnel changes in the New Jersey business community. Reports are based on news releases, edited for content, clarity and style.

Boiling Springs Savings Bank

Boiling Springs Savings Bank, one of northern New Jersey’s largest savings banks and provider of financial services to individuals and businesses for 80 years, has appointed Marie Arney to the role of assistant vice president and cash management leader.

In this position, Arney will employ her 35 years of retail banking experience to manage all aspects of the Cash Management Department. She will oversee product development initiatives, create sales strategies and provide an enhanced customer experience.

Boiling Springs Savings Bank also recently appointed Jim Borrelli to the role of vice president of central operations. In this position, Borrelli will lead this newly established department by managing Deposit Services, IRA teams and the new Cash Management Department.

Emily C. Brown, Morais Law

Morais Law, a WBENC-certified, woman-owned law firm in Moorestown specializing in U.S. immigration and nationality law, welcomes its newest attorney, Emily C. Brown, a skilled professional with experience in global labor standards and regulatory compliance. In her role as junior partner, she will counsel companies on immigration matters, including proper onboarding, I-9 compliance and hiring procedures.

She will be available to guide clients through immigration-based audits, facilitate training programs and provide risk assessment analysis. Her expertise in global labor standards, supply chain complexities and sustainable procurement practices will complement the comprehensive services offered to Morais Law clients.

Brown joins Morais Law having most recently been an associate with a Toronto-based boutique immigration law firm with an office in Philadelphia. In addition to providing legal counsel for corporate clients, she developed resources for the firm’s International Supply Chain Initiative to introduce a risk assessment framework that measures a company’s vulnerability to forced labor in the supply chain. Her career has included a legal clerkship with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, where she planned and implemented training programs for attorneys and special agents nationwide on federal human trafficking investigations. She was a case manager with the International Refugee Assistance Project, legal intern with the Army JAG Corps and volunteer sexual assault victim advocate with the Center For Family Services in Camden.

Michele R. Donato, Davison, Eastman, Munoz, Lederman & Paone P.A.

Michele R. Donato has joined the law firm of Davison, Eastman, Muñoz, Lederman & Paone P.A., with offices in Freehold and Toms River. Donato, who brings more than 40 years of legal experience to the firm, will focus on land use law, environmental law, historic preservation law and prerogative writ litigation.

Prior to joining Davison, Eastman, Muñoz, Lederman & Paone, Donato had her own firm in Lavallette. Before that, she was a partner in the law firm of Frizell & Pozycki, Metuchen.

Donato attended George Washington University, Washington, D.C.; and received a B.A. magna cum laude from Rutgers College and her Juris Doctor in 1977 from Rutgers University School of Law, Newark. At Rutgers, she served on the editorial board of the Law Review, was a Student Bar Association representative, chairman of the Faculty Promotions & Tenure Committee, member of the Faculty Appointments Committee and member of the Rutgers Environmental Law Society. She has been a coadjutant Rutgers faculty member from 1983 to the present.

Maryann Lewis, Investors Bank

Investors Bank has appointed Maryann Lewis to the position of vice president/relationship manager in business lending. Lewis will be located in the Robbinsville office and report to Senior Vice President and Team Leader, Commercial Lending, Anthony Silva.

Lewis brings nearly two decades of experience to Investors Bank and will be focusing on the growth and development of middle market companies. She has provided an active business development strategy for commercial lending, asset-based lending, structured finance transactions and real estate lending. Lewis has extensive experience in marketing planning and execution; underwriting; and financial modeling.

“We are delighted to have Maryann join the Investors Bank Commercial Lending Team,” said Silva. “She brings significant understanding and experience of the market, as well as a strong skill set in sales and marketing, portfolio management, and financial analysis, in addition to relationship management. Her extensive knowledge of corporate finance and implementing business strategies in a broad range of disciplines, including commercial real estate and asset-based lending, to name just a few, will enhance Investors capabilities.”

Alfred Sanzari Enterprises

Alfred Sanzari Enterprises, a preeminent family-owned and operated commercial and residential real estate firm, based in Hackensack, announced it has retained Kriegman & Smith Inc., a regionally acclaimed real estate management firm, to provide comprehensive leasing, maintenance and property management services for their residential portfolio comprised of 540 luxury high-rise and garden-style units throughout Bergen and Middlesex counties.

For five decades, Kriegman & Smith has been providing real estate management services for residential, commercial and industrial properties throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Dedicated to providing exceptional living experiences with a personal touch, Kriegman & Smith offers the highest quality of service, care and tenant satisfaction through a unique hands-on approach. As the multifamily asset class continues to see a dramatic evolution, Kriegman & Smith’s consistency has made it a trusted partner to many of the leading real estate companies in the region. As a family-owned business with a network of long-term employees, Kriegman & Smith’s professional and well-trained staff are equipped to provide exceptional customer service and complement the neighborhoods, towns and cities in which their communities are located.

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David Finch, ZRG

Rochelle Park-based search firm ZRG adds David Finch, a seasoned executive search consultant with a strong global reach, to its U.K. team.

Finch’s experience covers over two decades and 500 successful searches spanning across the life sciences, technology and industrial sectors. He also has developed functional expertise in digital transformation work.

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Gwen Fisher, Amarin Corp. plc

Amarin Corp. plc, a pharmaceutical company focused on improving cardiovascular health, announced that Gwen Fisher has joined the company in a newly created role as vice president of corporate communications.

In this role, Fisher will be responsible for leading internal and external communications for the company, which has U.S. headquarters in Bedminster. Specifically, she is charged with advancing and implementing an integrated, progressive corporate communications strategy designed to educate key stakeholders about the company and its lead product, Vascepa.

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Spencer Kupferman, Cloud Daddy Inc.

Cloud Daddy, creator of Cloud Daddy Secure Backup, the world’s most secure and easy-to-use Amazon Web Services-native data protection solution, announced it has appointed former Global Software Inc. CEO and President Spencer Kupferman as CEO and board member.

Kupferman comes to Cloud Daddy with a wide range of experience and success in the software and technology industry. Before joining Cloud Daddy, Spencer served as CEO and president of Global Software, now named insightsoftware, the global leader in enterprise resource planning and enterprise performance management reporting solutions.

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Dr. Sandra Leal, American Pharmacists Association

Tabula Rasa HealthCare Inc., a health care technology company advancing the field of medication safety, commends the recent election of Dr. Sandra Leal as the 2020-2021 American Pharmacists Association president-elect. Leal, CEO of TRHC subsidiary SinfoníaRx, will assume the office of APhA president in 2021, leading the United States’ first-established and largest association of pharmacists. Founded in 1852, the APhA represents 60,000 practicing pharmacists, scientists, and interprofessional stakeholders charged with advancing the field of clinical pharmacy.

Leal will succeed current president, Michael D. Hogue, following the conclusion of the 2021 APhA Annual Meeting & Exposition. During her presidency, Leal will continue to serve as CEO of SinfoníaRx, a leading provider of Medication Therapy Management, executing the company’s mission of providing the highest quality innovative health care solutions for health plans, patients, and caregivers.

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Barry Petruzzi, Delta Dental of N.J.

Delta Dental of New Jersey and Delta Dental of Connecticut are pleased to announce Barry Petruzzi has been named vice president of underwriting and actuarial services.

Petruzzi joins DDNJ and DDCT from Prudential Financial, where he was vice president and chief actuary of its Actuarial Centers of Excellence. In his new role, he will be responsible for all underwriting and actuarial services, as well as directing the rating of new and existing group contracts and individual policies.

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