Kris Kolluri has been named the new CEO and president of Cooper’s Ferry Partnership, taking over for the outgoing Anthony Perno. Kolluri formerly served the Rowan University/Rutgers- Camden board of governors and had also been the commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Transportation and CEO of the New Jersey Schools Development Authority.
Elvis Gooden, interim CEO of the NFL Alumni (NFLA), based in Mount Laurel since April, has been named chief executive officer. In addition, three-time Super Bowl champion Bart Oates has been named NFLA president.
Geoffrey Eickhoff has been promoted to president and COO of Eickhoff’s Supermarkets, operators of ShopRite stores in Burlington, Cinnaminson, Delran, Hainesport and Mount Laurel-Ark Road. Eickhoff replaces his father, Karl W., who will remain the CEO.
Tony West recently joined the staff at Perlow Productions as a business development associate. West will be responsible for new video production clients as well as conveying the power of video in digital marketing.
Fred Meyer has been promoted to executive vice president and director of brokerage/corporate services at NAI Mertz, a leading full-service commercial real estate brokerage firm serving New Jersey, Greater Philadelphia and Eastern Pennsylvania. In this new role, Meyer will continue to oversee all company brokerage activities in the industrial, office and retail sectors. Additionally, he will play an active role in the growth and quality performance across all brokerage service lines.
Inspira Medical Center Vineland and Jefferson Stratford Hospital were both named Top Teaching Hospitals by The Leapfrog Group. The prestigious award was only given to 36 hospitals throughout the entire country