Busi­ness briefs Sin­chak pro­moted at Sal­is­bury Bank

The Register Citizen (Torrington, CT) - - BUSINESS -

LAKEVILLE » Sal­is­bury Bank re­cently an­nounced the pro­mo­tion of Ju­lianna Sin­chak to Vice Pres­i­dent, Mar­ket­ing and Sales Ad­min­is­tra­tion Man­ager. As Vice Pres­i­dent, she will con­tinue in her role to man­age the over­all re­spon­si­bil­i­ties of all Mar­ket­ing func­tions and strate­gies within the Bank, as well as over­see the sales ad­min­is­tra­tion func­tion.

Sin­chak started with Sal­is­bury Bank in April 2005, and has held var­i­ous po­si­tions in Re­tail, Com­mer­cial Credit, and Busi­ness De­vel­op­ment. She is a grad­u­ate of the Amer­i­can Bankers As­so­ci­a­tion (ABA) School of Bank Mar­ket­ing and Man­age­ment and holds a Cer­ti­fied Fi­nan­cial Mar­ket­ing Pro­fes­sional (CFMP) des­ig­na­tion through the In­sti­tute of Cer­ti­fied Bankers (ICB).

“Juli has been an in­te­gral part of the man­age­ment team and has worked tire­lessly on sev­eral key ini­tia­tives un­der­taken by the Bank over the past year, such as our core sys­tem en­hance­ment and our ex­pan­sion into the New Paltz, New York mar­ket area. Her pro­mo­tion is well de­served and I look for­ward to work­ing with her for many years to come,” said James E. Cot­ter, Ex­ec­u­tive Vice Pres­i­dent and Chief Op­er­at­ing Of­fi­cer.

Sin­chak re­sides in Hills­dale, N.Y. with her hus­band Patrick and their son, Joseph.

Grant pro­moted as di­rec­tor of be­hav­ioral health for CJR

LITCH­FIELD » Daniel W. Rezende, MSW, LCSW, Ex­ec­u­tive Di­rec­tor of the Con­necti­cut Ju­nior Repub­lic (CJR), has an­nounced the pro­mo­tion of Jen­nifer Grant, LCSW, to the po­si­tion of Di­rec­tor of Be­hav­ioral Health Ser­vices for the agency. Grant pre­vi­ously served as the Clinic Di­rec­tor for the Ju­nior Repub­lic’s Well­ness Cen­ter Pro­gram since 2013, and has been em­ployed by the or­ga­ni­za­tion since 2002, ex­celling in in­creas­ingly re­spon­si­ble po­si­tions since that time.

In her new po­si­tion, Grant will over­see CJR’s grow­ing Well­ness Cen­ter Pro­gram, which she has played a key role in de­vel­op­ing since its ini­tial li­cens­ing in the au­tumn of 2013, as well as all be­hav­ioral and men­tal health ser­vices for the or­ga­ni­za­tion. Grant’s re­cent ac­com­plish­ments in­clude the es­tab­lish­ment of CJR’s Well­ness Cen­ter Pro­gram, based in the Michael P. Mor­tara Fam­ily Cen­ter on CJR’s Litch­field Cam­pus, and the ex­pan­sion of out­pa­tient psy­chi­atric ser­vices in seven other lo­ca­tions across Con­necti­cut, in­clud­ing Dan­bury, Manch­ester, Meri­den, New Bri­tain, New Haven, Tor­ring­ton and Water­bury; the de­vel­op­ment and im­ple­men­ta­tion of a third-party re­im­burse­ment sys­tem; over­sight of a multi-dis­ci­plinary team, which in­cludes three psy­chi­a­trists and 20 li­censed and li­cense-el­i­gi­ble clin­i­cians; ob­tain­ing grants to sup­port and im­ple­ment clin­i­cian train­ing in ev­i­dence-based treat­ment mod­els, in­clud­ing Trauma Fo­cused Cog­ni­tive Be­hav­ioral Ther­apy (TF-CBT) and Mod­u­lar

Ap­proach to Ther­apy for Chil­dren with Anx­i­ety, De­pres­sion, Trauma, or Con­duct Prob­lems (MATCHADTC); the de­vel­op­ment of an in­tern pro­gram for the or­ga­ni­za­tion; and the im­ple­men­ta­tion of an Elec­tronic Med­i­cal Record sys­tem for the Well­ness Cen­ter Pro­gram. Un­der Grant’s over­sight, the num­ber of youth and fam­i­lies served by CJR’s Well­ness Cen­ter has nearly tripled over the past three years, of­fi­cials said in a re­lease.

In con­junc­tion with her po­si­tion at CJR, Grant serves as ad­junct fac­ulty and teaches in the Masters of So­cial Work Pro­grams at Ford­ham Univer­sity, the Univer­sity of Con­necti­cut, St. Joseph Univer­sity and Sim­mons Col­lege, and in the un­der­grad­u­ate pro­gram at Post Univer­sity.

She re­ceived a Bach­e­lor of Arts de­gree from Salve Regina Univer­sity and a Master’s of So­cial Work from Ford­ham Univer­sity. A li­censed, clin­i­cal so­cial worker, Grant re­sides in Tor­ring­ton with her hus­band and two daugh­ters.

Price Chop­per raises funds for Amer­i­can Can­cer So­ci­ety

SCHENECTADY, NY » Dur­ing the month of May, Price Chop­per/Mar­ket 32 led an­other suc­cess­ful Round Up Your Change cam­paign for the Amer­i­can Can­cer So­ci­ety (ACS) and raised $58,644.21. By round­ing up to­tal pur­chases to the next dol­lar at check­out, cus­tomers and team­mates were able to in­crease do­na­tions from last year’s cam­paign by nearly 45%. A $5,000 cor­po­rate do­na­tion from The Golub Cor­po­ra­tion in­creased the grand to­tal to $63,644.21

The Amer­i­can Can­cer So­ci­ety is a na­tion­wide vol­un­tary health or­ga­ni­za­tion ded­i­cated to elim­i­nat­ing can­cer. ACS fo­cuses is on con­duct­ing re­search, shar­ing ex­pert in­for­ma­tion, sup­port­ing pa­tients, and spread­ing the word about pre­ven­tion. The or­ga­ni­za­tion raises nearly all of its money through in­di­vid­ual do­na­tions and is deeply com­mit­ted to re­port­ing to the mil­lions of peo­ple who sup­port the cause each year. The do­na­tions given to the Amer­i­can Can­cer So­ci­ety are spent on fund­ing pro­gram ser­vices and sup­port­ing ser­vices. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.can­cer.org.

Lo­cal Burger King fran­chisees sup­port the Jimmy Fund

TOR­RING­TON » Burger King cus­tomers can help fight can­cer by con­tribut­ing $1 or more to the Jimmy Fund through the “A Chance for Kids & Fam­i­lies®” fundraiser at par­tic­i­pat­ing Burger King restau­rants, through Sept. 3.

Lo­cal restau­rants par­tic­i­pat­ing in­clude the fol­low­ing Burger King lo­ca­tion AT 451 East Main Street, Tor­ring­ton.

With each con­tri­bu­tion of $1 or more, Burger King cus­tomers will re­ceive a guar­an­teed-win card as a thank you from the Jimmy Fund, fea­tur­ing prizes in­clud­ing trop­i­cal va­ca­tions from Elite Is­land Re­sorts, Amer­i­can Air­lines AAd­van­tage® miles, cash prizes, theme park tick­ets, Lyft rides, Blue Man Group tick­ets, and Valvo­line In­stant Oil Change ser­vices, as well as food prizes and gift cards from Burger King restau­rants. Cus­tomers can also en­ter the unique code found on each pro­mo­tion card at www.jim­my­fund.org/acfkf for a chance to win ad­di­tional prizes from the Jimmy Fund. Com­plete pro­mo­tion de­tails can be found at par­tic­i­pat­ing lo­ca­tions.

Since 2000, par­tic­i­pat­ing Burger King restau­rants have raised more than $13 mil­lion for the Jimmy Fund to sup­port pa­tient care and can­cer re­search at Dana-Far­ber Can­cer In­sti­tute.

For more in­for­ma­tion about the Jimmy Fund or A Chance for Kids & Fam­i­lies, in­clud­ing of­fi­cial rules and an al­ter­nate method of en­try, visit a par­tic­i­pat­ing BURGER KING restau­rant or visit http://www.jim­my­fund.org/acfkf.

Juli M. Sin­chak

Jen­nifer Grant

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