PEOPLE ON THE MOVE
Light of the World Clinic announces new board members, in Oakland Park and the Fort Lauderdale Water Taxi has named a new director of sales and marketing. In law, Eisinger, Brown, Lewis, Frankel & Chaiet PA promoted an associate to partner. Want more? Submit promotions, new hires to SunSentinel.com/peopleonthemove or email peo[email protected]tinel.com. Contact [email protected]tinel.com, 954-356-4662, or Twitter @mindingyourbiz
Vita Nova, an organization that helps young adults transition to independence, announced that David Scott, founder of Kaizen Management Solutions LLC, has joined its board of directors. Located in West Palm Beach, Vita Nova assists young adults ages 18-25 with housing, counseling, and education through its four components: Vita Nova Life Coaches; the Spot; Vita Nova Village; and Vita Nova Thrift Store.
Hy Montero, interim president of the Light of the World Clinic in Oakland Park, and founder and president of Montero Law Center, has announced that Kim Valentin, hospice professional with Trustbridge, and Kim Saiswick, vice president of community health and well-being at Holy Cross Hospital, have been elected to the clinic’s board of directors. Since 1989, The Light of the World Clinic, a private 501c3 organization, has provided healthcare to the uninsured and disadvantaged residents of Broward County, through its volunteer doctors, specialists and non-medical professionals.
White Plains, N.Y. Krasdale Foods, a 110-year-old, privately owned company providing grocery distribution, merchandising, and marketing to independent grocery store owners, has announced that Dennis Hickey, chief merchandising officer, is now running day-to-day operations in Florida, managing both merchandising for the area's Bravo stores and Krasdale's Beta II marketing office, located in Miami.
Palm Beach Travel, a Palm Beach-based boutique travel agency specializing in luxury travel, announced that agent Mike Belston has been named an American Express Travel Insider for Fiji. The Travel Insider program is achieved by a small percentage of agents, and increases the agencies insider knowledge to the destinations. In addition to Belston’s designation, Annie Davis, owner and founder of Palm Beach Travel, holds American Express Travel Insider designations for Dubai, British Virgin Islands and the U.S. Virgin Islands; and Palm Beach Travel agent Debbie Beckford is an American Express Travel Insider for the U.S. Virgin Islands. Annie Davis also holds a distinguished designation for Tahiti through Tahiti Tourism.
Eisinger, Brown, Lewis, Frankel & Chaiet PA announced that Gregory R. Eisinger has been promoted from associate attorney to partner.
Broward College announced that Dr. Avis Proctor, president of the College’s North Campus in Coconut Creek, has been selected as president of William Rainey Harper College in Palatine, Illinois.
Ann Brown, Saltability founder and chief executive officer, has been selected to join the Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing Advisory Board at Florida Atlantic University.
Palm Beach State College Associate Professor Anurag Katyal is among six in the nation selected to participate as a fellow in a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) initiative being piloted by the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges. The AMATYC received a $305,100 grant from the National Science Foundation to launch Project SLOPE, a program that supports fellows as they conduct a SoTL project that is motivated by their teaching experiences. The group will participate in hybrid faculty learning to support one another both online and in person and attend a Project SLOPE workshop this summer and AMATYC national conferences this year and next year. They also will share the outcomes of their research in 2020 with the AMATYC community. The initiative is collaboration between AMATYC, AnokaRamsey Community College, Florida International University and Portland State University. Katyal, began teaching at PBSC as an adjunct professor in 2010.
Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, in Palm Beach, announced the appointments of David Bremer as spa director and Alyssa Durivou as general manager of Spa and Leisure at Eau Spa.
David Margolis has been named director of sales and marketing at Fort Lauderdale Water Taxi.
Kira Calder has been promoted from sales and marketing manager, to general manager of Lona Cocina y Tequilera, the Mexican restaurant at the Westin Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort. Additionally, Chantal Scutt is the lead bartender at the establishment.
Alice Taylor, chief executive officer of Broward Health North, has joined The Deerfield Beach Chamber of Commerce board of directors.
The Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce has named Noreen Payne ,a partner in the All About Florida Homes Team of Keller Williams Realty, 2018 Director of the Year.
Suzanne Bogdan, managing partner of the Fort Lauderdale office of the national The Keyes Company has announced the addition of Brad Mayo to the company’s Jupiter/Tequesta office, including Mayo’s Onshore Properties. Joining Mayo in the move are Sales Associates Dana George, Sandy Thomas, Patricia Sprankle and Dawn Rolland.
labor and employment law firm Fisher Phillips, has been officially gaveled in as 2019 chair of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce.
American Friends of Sheba Medical Center, a non-profit dedicated to raising financial support for Israel’s national hospital, Sheba Medical Center, Tel HaShomer, announced the hiring of Alan Frent to lead its South Florida office in Hollywood, as regional director. Previously, Frent was the director of development for The Everglades Foundation.
Ramona Wilt has been named corporate director of sales and marketing for SantaFe Senior Living, the not-for-profit organization that oversees East Ridge at Cutler Bay and two other Florida luxury senior living communities.