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On the Move
Openings, closings, hirings and retirings in our region.

by Julie Shannon

 Kimberly Mutcherson has been named  co-dean  of Rutgers Law School in Camden. She is the first woman,  the first African-American and the first LGBT law dean at Rutgers. She succeeds Michael Cahill, who recently was named  dean and presi- dent of Brooklyn Law School.

Archer partner  Steven K. Mignogna has been named to the advisory committee of the Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning.

Mark Clouse has been elect- ed president  and CEO of Campbell Soup Co., effective Jan. 22. Clouse will succeed Campbell’s interim president and CEO Keith McLoughlin, who will remain a director of the company.

Law firm Parker McCay has promoted Mariel J. Giletto  and George M. Morris to shareholder.

Dilworth Paxson’s Chairman and CEO Ajay Raju will receive the American Jewish Commit- tee’s (AJC) prestigious Judge Learned Hand Award on Jan. 31. The AJC Judge Learned Hand Award is presented annually to a leading figure in the legal community for excellence in the field and service to the community. Named for the noted jurist who authored over 2,000 legal opinions mostly relating to the rights of the individual, the award recognizes individuals who have made a lasting impact.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate (WCRE) welcomed new members  to its team: Kevin Coleman, who joins as chief sales officer and executive vice president, and new sales associates Tyler Martin and Mike Scanzano.

Wohlsen Construction hired Gary Dehlin as superintendent.

Joshua Baker has joined the Greenblatt Pierce Funt and Flores employment law and civil rights practice groups.

Phillip W. Heath has been named chair of the Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice board of trustees.

Kate Gillespie  is The New Jersey State Nurses Associa- tion’s 47th  president.

Cooper University Health Care recently announced that Dr. Anthony Mazzarelli and Kevin O’Dowd will become  co-chief executive officers effective June 1. Current CEO and executive chairman Adrienne Kirby will retire on June 1.

Gerard Bellino has joined Vantage Real Estate as marketing  coordinator.

GZA GeoEnvironmental,  Inc. has named  Patrick F. Sheehan, P.E., as chief executive officer. He succeeds William E. Hadge,  P.E., who has served in the role since 2013.  John Murphy has also been named  as the company’s first chief operating officer.

Duly Noted
Columbia Bank will host a Valentine’s Craft Day on Saturday, Jan. 26 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. All are invited to attend this complimentary  event at any Columbia Bank branch.  A craft with necessary materials and a festive giveaway will be offered while supplies last.

Rutgers University-Camden Chancellor Phoebe A. Haddon  has been selected as the recipient of the 2019 Ruth Bader Ginsburg Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Section on Women in Legal Education. This prominent award honors individuals with exemplary careers who demonstrate outstanding contributions to the legal academy and the legal profession through their teaching, service and scholarship.

Lourdes Health System employee and Mount Laurel resident Joyce Haag, MPH, BSN, RN, has been selected as the recipient of Lourdes’ prestigious 2018 Sister M. Elizabeth Corry, OSF award.  The annual award is the highest honor bestowed upon a Lourdes Health System employee and is named  after the former president  of Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center.

The Leapfrog Group named  Virtua Voorhees a Top Teaching Hospital in the nation for the fifth consecutive year. Performance  across many areas of hospital care is considered  in establishing the qualifications for the award, including infection rates, maternity care and the hospital’s capacity to prevent medication  errors. Virtua Voorhees is one of 53 teaching  hospitals in the nation to earn this distinction.

Atlantic City Electric has earned  international recognition  for its commitments and efforts to reduce the environmental impacts related to its business operations across New Jersey. This latest environmental achievement includes certification from the International Organization  for Standardization, which recognizes  companies  across the world that have adopted environmentally responsible business practices.


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Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 9, Issue 1 (January 2019).


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