HIA-LI Reporter Newspaper - January 2022

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VOLUME 41 • ISSUE 1 • JANUARY 2022

THE STATE OF HIA-LI & LONG ISLAND BUSINESS

SPECIAL SECTION:

LONG ISLAND MACARTHUR AIRPORT & TOURISM | P.16-17 HIA-LI’S INDUSTRY LIST: PGS 32-33

HIA-LI’S HEARD AROUND THE ISLAND: PGS 39

A letter from the HIA-LI President & CEO, Terri Alessi-Miceli

Financial Services & Insurance Companies

News, Updates, Events, and Promotions from our member companies!

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Develop solutions to attract, blend and retain employees and keep youth on LI. HEALTHCARE Explore existing and emerging strategies for containing HEALTHCARE healthcare costs. LONG ISLAND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RESTORE AND GROWand MEMBERSHIP Explore existing emerging strategies for containing healthcare Support and advocate for efforts to improve infrastructure Articulate our deepened valuecosts. proposition to restore and and promote economic development on long island. INFRASTRUCTURE attract new members. • Long Island Innovation Park At Hauppauge membership create a forum Identify•andCEO develop plans –tocontinue addresstocritical Advocate For The Growth And Sustainability Of Theinfrastructure forneeds CEO’s and business owners toIndustrial collaborate and INFRASTRUCTURE of the Hauppauge LIIPH, The Largest In The Northeast. brainstorm grow their businesses. Identify plans to address Park that will fosterand thetodevelop continued growth of critical • LI Macarthur Airport - Build Support And Awareness • infrastructure Premium Onlineneeds Marketplace - Help Our Members of the Hauppauge Industrial business. For Town Of Islip Projects And The Expansion Of Showcase And Connect Their Companygrowth Brand of Park that will foster the continued Long Island Macarthur Airport. Virtually To The LongSUCCESS Island Business Community. business. ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS • Major Projects On LI – Identify And Highlight Create forums to educate and connect business Additional Long Island Transformational Projects. OF BUSINESS BUSINESS growthSMALL andENVIRONMENT survival. Promote the HIA-LISUCCESS Annual Create forums to educate andfor connect business Trade Show and conference as a forum Creategrowth an environment of business success by branding, GOVERNMENT RELATIONS andand survival. Promote HIA-LI Annual important connection discussion on the economic, educating, and advocating for long island small business. Trade Show and conference as a forum for business, and workforce development issues. Work with business to identify challenges and government important connection and discussion on economic, leaders to explore existing and emerging strategies to WOMEN’S COLLABORATIVE business, and workforce development issues. support long island business and quality of life. ALTERNATIVE ENERGY “GO GREEN”

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members. Educate and showcase environmental services. Connect business needs and institutions to better attractand energymembers. Educate REBRANDING HIALI and showcase environmental Long Island’s future workforce. Develop strategies to and energy services. Re - launch HIA-LI’s brand to communicate our unique attract, train and retain employees for Long Island VIRTUAL HIA-LI and solidify our position within the LI market. business. Enablevalue our VIRTUAL members to collaborate, connect and our HIA-LI logo showing that we are evolving to reach • Job portal - create a hub where businesses, job deliverModernize added value by sharing knowledge with Enable next norm.our members to collaborate, connect and seekers, universities and partners can align on jobcurrentthe anddeliver futureadded members global world. with valueand by the sharing knowledge creation and hiring. current and future members and the global world.

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Kevin OʼConnor Bridgehampton

Bridgehampton Dominick Pernice National BankSt. Catholic Health’s Catherine of Siena (631) 537-8826 Hospital Kevin OʼConnor

Richard S.Arthur Feldman, Sanders LIFETIME BOARD (631) 543 - 5355 Robert Bridgehampton Quarte Esq. Funding MEMBERSOmni EMERITUS Jim Coughlan Robert Desmond President Jim Coughlan AVZRogers & Company National Bank Rivkin Radler (516)LLP 697 - 3900 Tritec Real Estate CoMary Terri Alessi-MiceliAIRECO Chairperson Tritec Real Real Estate Estate Corp. Brookhaven National OFFICERS (631) 434 - 9500 Fred Eisenbud (631) 537-8826 (631) 706 4113 (631) 273 4255 Rich Humann, Laboratory Susan H.LIFETIME Gubing BOARD (631) P.E. 543 - 5355 Co., Inc. Campolo, Middleton & Robert Quarte Career H2M Architects & (631) 706-4113 (631) 334-4747 Smarts MEMBERS Robert Desmond Ann-Marie Chairperson Rita DiStefano McCormick LLPEMERITUS Engineers of the AVZScheidt & Company AIRECO Real Estate Corp. Portnoy, Messinger, Stony Brook(631) University (631) Board 756-8000 Robert Desmond Alan Sasserath Ernest E. Hoffman OFFICERS 434 9500 Fred Eisenbud (631) 273 (631) 216 - 7605 Joe Campolo Pearl, & Associates, Inc.- 4255 Sasserath Industry One & Co W & H Stampings Thomas J. Fallarino. CPA & Campolo, Middleton First Vice (631) 368-3110 (Posthumously) Campolo, Middleton & of the Realty (516)Corp 921Rita - 3400 Chairperson McCormick LLP Ann-Marie Scheidt DiStefano Chairperson (631) 273-4255 McCormick LLPBoard Richard S. Feldman, Esq. StonyScheidt Brook University Anne Shybunko-Moore Carol Allen Howard Kipnes Joseph Portnoy, GarofaloMessinger,Ann-Marie (631) 738 -Joe 9100 (631) 216 - 7605 Cedar Campolo Rita Rivkin Radler LLP Pearl, & Associates, Inc. People’s Alliance DiStefano Stony Brook University Knolls Inc. Thomas J. Fallarino. CPA GSE Dynamics Island Christian Church FederalCampolo, Credit Union Messinger, 216-7605 Middleton &Portnoy, (516) 921 - 3400 (631) (631) 231-1044 (631) 822 3000 First Vice434-3500 Chairperson (631) Jack Kulka McCormick LLP Pearl & Associates, Inc. Ernest E. Hoffman Richard S. Feldman, Esq. Anne Shybunko-MooreThe Joseph Garofalo Anne Shybunko-Moore 921-3400 Kulka Group John Bauer (631) 738 - 9100 (516) W & HRivkin Stampings Radler LLP Susan H. Gubing GSE Dynamics Island Christian Church Second Vice GSE Dynamics Michael Voltz Littler Mendelson, P.C. Career Smarts Chairperson Greg Galdi (631) 231-1044 Nicholas M. Lacetera (631) 231-1044 PSEG Long Island (631) 822 3000 First Vice ChairpersonCustom Computer (631) 293 - 4525 Ernest E. Hoffman Anthony Manetta Peoples Alliance Howard Kipnes (631) 979 - 6452 (631) 844-3819 John Bauer WKnolls & HUnion Stampings Cedar Communities, L.P. SpecialistsSusan H. Gubing Chris Valsamos Federal CedarCredit Inc. Michael Voltz Littler Mendelson, P.C.(631)Bob (516)Vice 229-1168 786-9956 LLC Isaksen Second Chairperson Career Smarts BCVDr.Group PSEG Long Island Elana Zolfo 231-5500 Anthony Leteri (631) 293 - 4525 Bank of(631) America Howard Kipnes 979 - 6452 (631) Nicholas M. Lacetera Berkeley(631) College Carol Allen 844-3819 USA Treasurer Joseph Garofalo Waste Reduction Cedar Knolls Inc. (631) 547 7450 Peoples Alliance Peopleʼs Alliance Robert Quarte Island Christian Church Michael Voltz & Recycling Co.,Federal Inc. (631) 338-8633 Bob Isaksen PSEG LongDr. Second Vice Chairperson Federal PKF O’Connor Davies (631) 822-3000 Island Elana Zolfo Credit Union BankKent of America (631) 844-3819 Christopher Carol Allen (631) 299-3416 Nicholas M. Lacetera Berkeley College Ed Pruitt Credit Union Fritz547 - 7450 Isaac(631) Peoples Alliance Federal (631) 434Peopleʼs - 3500 Alliance RichFarrell (631) 338-8633 (Posthumously) Ed Pruitt LIFETIME BOARD (631) 367 0710 Corporate Secretary Sandler Training LIFETIME CEO Federal Credit Union (Posthumously) MEMBERS Christopher Kent Kevin O’Connor BOARD MEMBERS Credit Union (631) 231-3538 CEO Corporate Secretary DIME Community Bank John Rebecchi Farrell Fritz (631) 434 - 3500 David Manning Ed Pruitt LIFETIME Kulka BOARD (631) 537-8826 Bob Isaksen Lippolis (631) 367 - 0710 Allan Jack Brookhaven National Rich Humann, P.E. (Posthumously) MEMBERS Bank of America Superior Washer &Corp. Marci Tublisky John Rebecchi Kulka Construction H2M architects + CEO Corporate Secretary(631)Laboratory DIRECTORS 547-7450 Disc Graphics (631)Corp. 231 - 0900 David Manning Gasket engineers (631) 273-8282 Norman Weingart - 4747 Jack Kulka Rich Humann, P.E. (631) 344 Brookhaven National John Kent Communications (631)Bauer 756H2M - 8000 Rebecchi Kulka Construction Corp. architects + Christopher Allan Lippolis Marci John Tublisky Laboratory Arthur Littler Mendelson, P.C. Farrell Fritz, P.C. Sanders (631) 231& - 0900 Specialist Disc Graphics Scott Maskin engineers Superior Washer (631) 344 - 4747 Omni Funding (631) 293-4525 (631) 367-0710 Treasurer (631) 756 - 8000 SUNation Solar Corp.Lippolis David Norman Weingart (516)Gasket 697-3900 Winchester Allan Marci Tublisky (631) 750 - 9454 Edward Bonahue Scott MaskinScott Maskin CleanTech Rocks AnthonyT.Manetta (631) 273 - 8282 Communications Superior Washer & Suffolk Community SUNation Solar LIFETIME BOARD Specialist HB Solutions SUNation Solar Treasurer Gasket Corp. Dr. ElanaNorman College Systems EMERITUS Zolfo Weingart RichInc. Isaac 750 - 9454 MEMBERS Anthony Leteri (631) (516)451-4110 762-7523 Anthony Manetta (631) 750-9454 (631) 273 - 8282 Colonial Sales Communications (631) & Sandler Training Leteri Waste Services David Winchester Specialist HB Solutions Fred Eisenbud Marketing (631) 2313538 (631) 368 5533 CleanTech Rocks Rich Isaac Campolo, Middleton Anthony Leteri & (516) 762-7523 Paule T. Pachter Leteri Waste Services Long IslandSandler Cares Training McCormick LLP David Winchester (631) 582-3663 (631) 231- 3538 (631) 368 - 5533 CleanTech Rocks OFFICERS

ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS SUCCESS Create forums to educate and connec growth and survival. Promote the HIA Trade Show and conference as a foru important connection and discussion business, and workforce developmen ALTERNATIVE ENERGY “GO GREEN”

members. Educate and showcase env HIA-LI COMMITTEES AND CHAIRPEOPLE COMMITTEES AND CHAIRPEOPLE andHIA-LI energy services.

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HIA-LI CALENDAR OF EVENTS 2022 2022 HIA-LI COMMITTEE MEETINGS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST | 8:30AM - 10:00AM Health & Wellness Committee Meeting WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2ND | 8:30AM - 10:00AM Technology for Business Committee Meeting FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH | 8:30AM - 10:00AM Membership Committee Meeting THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH | 8:30AM - 10:00AM Human Resources Committee Meeting FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH | 8:30AM - 10:00AM Building Business Committee Meeting FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH | 8:30AM -10:00AM Energy/Utilities Committee Meeting

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HIA-LI UPCOMING EVENTS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH | 3:00PM-5:00PM HIA-LI Executive Insight Fireside Chat featuring Clare Cusack – Join us for our Executive Insight Fireside Chat program featuring Clare Cusack, President & CEO of New York Bankers Association. An afternoon of light bites, CEO Inspiration located at the Hilton Long Island. Ticket Price: In-Person - $35.00. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2ND | 8:00AM - 10:00AM HIA-LI Tourism and Long Island MacArthur Airport – Hear exciting updates about Long Island MacArthur Airport and learn about how tourism impacts the Local Economy. Ticket Price: Member In-Person - $50.00. Non-Member In-Person - $65.00. Virtual Ticket: $25.00. FRIDAY, MARCH 25TH | 8:00AM - 10:00AM HIA-LI’s Annual LI Economic Summit – Surveying the Future of LI Business. Hear the results of PKFOD’s 2022 Economic Survey & Opinion Poll. Ticket Price: Member In-Person - $50.00. Non-Member In-Person - $65.00. Virtual Ticket $25.00.

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LETTER FROM THE HIA-LI PRESIDENT & CEO

Dear Valued Business Leader, We thank you for your outstanding commitment and support of Long Island businesses. Because of business people like you the HIA-LI has stayed true to our purpose of being member driven with a personal touch. During the past quarter-century, the HIA -LI has grown to represent tens of thousands of business professionals. We have been one of the recognized voices for business on Long Island and a powerful force and economic engine for regional development for more than 40 years. Our community outreach has fed the hungry, supplied blood for emergencies, provided scholarships for Long Island college students and strengthened businesses throughout the region. We are continuing to spearhead initiatives to address problems affecting the Long Island Innovation Park at Hauppauge, formerly known as the Hauppauge Industrial Park, – infrastructure issues such as sewer capacity, roads and transportation. And, while the Park is a primary concern, it is only one of our objectives. Since our membership encompasses Long Island and beyond our overall objective is to enhance the economic climate and overall quality of life of the Long Island business region for the benefit of our members. HIA-LI has continued to conduct extensive focus groups with members and prospects and have identified several continued and new key initiatives that will help business survive and thrive now and in the future. Manufacturing Revitalization • Promotes Long Island Manufacturing innovation and creating opportunities for skilled workers. Workforce Development • Develops opportunities to attract, train and retain Long Island employees for business. Healthcare • Works with industry and government leaders to explore existing and emerging strategies to understand and contain healthcare costs. Infrastructure • Supports and advocates for the Infrastructure of Long Island Innovation Park at Hauppauge for the future and current growth of the region. Business Development • Creates an environment of business success by helping brand, educate, advocate and supply targeted research to Long Island Business. Energy • Promotes energy awareness and efficiency to Long Island Business. Small Business • Enhances the ability to better engage with Long Island’s small business community by listening to their needs and addressing these problems with concrete solutions. Women’s Collaborative • Continues to support, educate, and collaborate for businesswomen’s issues.

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Virtual • Continues to develop additional ways for Long Island Business to connect, collaborate, and communicate. We encourage you to get involved through our committees in these and other HIA –LI initiatives to help you do business and make a difference. It was Margaret Mead who once said, “Never underestimate the power of a few committed passionate people. It is the thing that can change the world.” Building off of our member driven philosophy and having the courage to continue to forge forward together will allow us to better compete in this economy. Please join us for the ride … because HIA still means business – especially in these times! With much admiration,

Terri Alessi-Miceli HIA-LI President & CEO


With 8 locations, a fleet of Mobile Pantries, & Specialized Outreach Units, The Long Island Cares Network is

More than just a Food Bank!

EMERGENCY FOOD • COMMUNITY SUPPORT • SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS

LONG ISLAND CARES, INC. THE HARRY CHAPIN REGIONAL FOOD BANK 10 Davids Drive (Harry Chapin Way) Hauppauge, NY 11788 PH: (631) 582-FOOD (3663)

LONG ISLAND CARES, INC. THE HARRY CHAPIN FOOD BANK ESSENTIAL MARKET 386 N. Wantagh Ave. Bethpage, NY 11714 PH: (516) 753-9880

HUNGER ASSISTANCE & HUMANITARIAN CENTER OF THE HAMPTONS 286 W. Montauk Highway Hampton Bays, NY 11946 PH: (631) 613-3344

LONG ISLAND CARES ANNEX BAXTER’S PET PANTRY 161 North Wellwood Ave. Lindenhurst, NY 11757 PH: (631) 991-8106

CENTER FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT 75 Davids Drive Hauppauge, NY 11788 PH: (631) 582-FOOD (3663)

NASSAU CENTER FOR COLLABORATIVE ASSISTANCE 21 E. Sunrise Hwy. Freeport, NY 11520 PH: (516) 442-5221

HARRY CHAPIN FOOD BANK AND HUMANITARIAN CENTER 220 Broadway Huntington Station, NY 11746 PH: (631) 824-6384

SOUTH SHORE SERVICE CENTER 163-1 North Wellwood Ave. Lindenhurst, NY 11757 PH: (631) 991-8106

Dave Cassaro President

Paule Pachter Sandy Chapin Chairperson CEO

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For Help • To Volunteer • To Donate www.licares.org | 631.582.FOOD (3663)


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FEATURING CHRISTOPHER COLUCCIO, CEO & KEITH NEWELL, CFO AT TECHWORKS CONSULTING, INC. TELL US ABOUT HOW YOU/YOUR COMPANY STARTED. Founded in 1926, Family Service League (FSL) began with a small group of volunteers working together as a non-profit, non-sectarian effort to help the most vulnerable members of their Huntington community. For the next 9 decades, FSL continually evolved and expanded to meet the many challenges faced by children and adults in communities across Long Island. FSL has grown into a premier human service agency offering a broad array of 60+ programs at 20 locations and touches the lives of over 50,000 Long Islanders each year. Our comprehensive network of care serves infants to elders through Children’s Education Programs, Senior Services, Vocational Programs, Family Support Programs, Mental Health Counseling, Addiction Treatment Programs, and Housing and Homeless Services.

WHAT WAS A TURNING POINT FOR YOU/YOUR COMPANY? FSL has had a number of turning points during my tenure as CEO. The first was in 2005, we built the 44,000 sq.ft. Iovino South Shore Family Center in Bay Shore, offering 20+ distinct human service programs under one roof. Another milestone began five years ago when FSL started managing Suffolk County’s largest Shelter. In total, our six Family Shelters offer life-altering help to more than 500 children and adults every day. In 2019, we created one of Long Island’s first 24 hour crisis stabilization centers to address immediate mental health and substance abuse crises. In 2021, we opened the Fay J. Lindner Health & Wellness Center on the Judith and Thomas Iovino Campus. This innovative model of care offers integrated medical and behavioral health services, along with an on-site pharmacy, to thousands of South Shore residents.

WHAT IS YOUR COMPANY’S PHILOSOPHY? FSL’s philosophy mirrors our mission; we strive to help people achieve their highest quality of life through programs that strengthen and impact their home, workplace, and the community. No matter why someone enters FSL’s system of care - seeking crisis assistance, attending an after-school program, or counseling – they are offered support and resources for their specific pressing issue. While each person’s situation is unique, common threads run through people’s lives that influence their ability to improve their situation, including mental illness, substance abuse, poor physical health, and low educational levels. As Long Island’s premier not for profit human service organization, FSL provides tangible assistance to our most vulnerable neighbors regardless of their socio-economic situation.

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TELL US ABOUT YOUR COMPANIES PROFILE TODAY. Today we are working hard to keep our staff and clients safe as we continue making our way through the pandemic. It has been a challenge for sure, but with dedication and commitment of our staff we have been able to meet the needs of tens of thousands Long Islanders. 2022 will continue to be a year of growth, adjustment, and new exciting milestones for FSL. We are comprised of a governing board of 33 directors, over 650 full and part time staff, and volunteers. We work together to ensure that the comprehensive spectrum of 60+ programs we are providing helps better the lives of Long Island children and adults. We are proud of the fact that .87 of every dollar goes directly into program. We appreciate and value the trust that our donors place in us and utilize best practices of stewardship in fundraising and event planning. FSL is the only organization in Suffolk County accredited by the Council of Accreditation for Child and Family Services. FSL also has the important distinction of a Platinum GuideStar rating.

WHAT OPPORTUNITIES DO YOU SEE IN THE FUTURE? FSL is well positioned to continue providing consistent, quality care for critical social issues such as mental health concerns, homelessness, and addiction treatment. There are innovative models of care that are being created which will enhance FSL’s network of programs. Enhancing our work with primary care for our clients is and will continue to be important so we can deliver wholistic care. FSL has been working effectively with Suffolk County Police

“FSL is well positioned to continue providing consistent, quality care for critical social issues such as mental health concerns, homelessness, and addiction treatment. There are innovative models of care that are being created which will enhance FSL’s network of programs..”

KAREN BOORSHTEIN, LCSW | FAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE (FSL) as well as a number of East End Towns Police Departments to address mental health needs of people and divert unnecessary police involvement or hospitalizations. We anticipate this unique model of care and collaboration will continue to grow since the data from the first few months of our pilot program as shown a clear positive impact for residents and the officers utilizing the DASH telehealth services.

HOW HAS YOUR BUSINESS PIVOTED THROUGHOUT THE PAST YEAR AS A RESULT OF THE PANDEMIC? Since we have 95 years of experience and understand the importance of our role as a safety-net organization that thousands of vulnerable children and adults depend on every day, FSL immediately adapted to the changes of social distancing and enhanced safety protocols. We made the necessary technology upgrades to provide for counseling via telehealth, secured additional funding to increase the availability of food panties in our Family Centers, modified our outreach programs to virtual platforms of support so many more people could participate, and created new support services for first responders. FSL’s 24/7 DASH crisis care center (Diagnostic, Assessment, and Stabilization Hub) has remained opened throughout the pandemic. DASH, and the newly

expanded Riverhead Clinic, are life-lines for those experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis. Keeping resources like these open is paramount, especially during the pandemic when we have seen a rise in mental health and substance abuse issues.

MOVING FORWARD, HOW HAS THE PANDEMIC SHIFTED YOUR BUSINESS STRATEGY/PERSPECTIVE? We have recognized that services do not need to be provided in an office setting only. By creating an environment where staff can effectively work remotely, as well in the office, we believe there is a good balance of care options for those seeking care and our staff providing vital services. There may be less reliance on brick and mortar to operate in the coming years. Clients are becoming very comfortable with telehealth, and the immediacy of support that these interactions offer to those in crisis has some advantages. FSL has been able to be flexible and will remain nimble in our approach to providing services, while continuing to maintain the highest standards of care throughout our programs. Technology and a strong infrastructure are key components of our success, and those will continue to play a significant role as we plan for the future.


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HIA-LI WHAT’S NEW Dominick Pernice, Edward T. Bonahue and Paule T. Pachter Join the HIA-LI Board Of Directors

HIA-LI, one of the region’s largest business advocacy organizations, has added three prominent Long Islanders to its board of directors: Catholic Health’s St. Catherine of Siena Hospital Chief Operating Officer Dominick Pernice, Suffolk County Community College President Edward T. Bonahue, and Long Island Cares Chief Executive Officer Paule T. Pachter.

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“Representing the healthcare, educational, and non-profit sectors, these three outstanding individuals have all made valuable contributions to our community,” said Terri AlessiMiceli, President and CEO of HIA-LI. “We are fortunate to have them as part of our leadership team.” “Because they’ve achieved distinction in three diverse fields, these new board members are certain to broaden our organizational vision,” said Richard Humann, PE, Chairperson of the HIALI board and President and CEO of H2M architects + engineers in Melville. “HIA-LI will leverage their varying areas of expertise to help us devise better-integrated strategies for regional economic growth.” With more than 25 years of healthcare experience within the Catholic Health

and Northwell Health systems, Dominick Pernice, of Islip, is Chief Operating Officer of St. Catherine of Siena Hospital, a not-for-profit facility in Smithtown with 296 beds and 240 nursing home beds. He previously served as Assistant Director of Radiology at Long Island Jewish Medical Center and the Administrative Director of Imaging Services and Cardiac Catheterization at Saint Catherine of Siena and Saint Charles Hospitals. Mr. Pernice received both his Bachelor of Science degree and his Master of Business Administration degree from Long Island University CW Post Campus.

North Carolina, and a B.A. in English literature from Wake Forest University. Paule T. Pachter, of North Bellmore, is Chief Executive Officer of Long Island Cares, which provides nutritional food and support services for an Island-wide network of more than 374 communitybased member agencies. In 2016, he was named one of Long Island’s Top CEO’s by Long Island Business News. In 2020, Mr. Pachter received the Town of Hempstead’s “Make a Difference Medal” for his leadership work in responding to COVID-19. He graduated from the Adelphi University School of Social Work and has held several positions within Long Island’s human services community, including Overseeing an academic institution Deputy Commissioner of Nassau serving 22,000 students, Dr. Edward T. County’s Department of Mental Health. Bonahue, of Farmingville, is President of Suffolk County Community College, ABOUT HIA-LI the largest community college in Now in its 43rd year, HIA-LI is one the State University of New York of Long Island’s largest business system. He is a seasoned higher advocacy organizations. It also education executive with more than represents the Long Island Innovation 20 years of experience in community Park at Hauppauge, the largest college education, including service industrial park in the Northeast. The as a tenured faculty member and park supports 55,000 jobs, produces an executive administrative leader. $13 billion in goods and services each A native Long Islander, Dr. Bonahue year, and accounts for eight percent of earned a Ph.D. in English literature at Long Island’s gross domestic product. the University of North Carolina, an M.A. For more information, go to in English literature at the University of www.HIA-LI.org.


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4. An Alternative to Low-Yielding Bank Products Use a multiple-year fixed annuity (MYGA) as an alternative to purchasing a certificate of deposit to obtain current higher rates of return. 5. Fund Essential Living Expenses Purchase an income annuity or use the income options of a deferred annuity to help fund essential living expenses in retirement. This approach can free other assets for investing in potentially higheryielding or inflation-offsetting asset classes. 6. Create Protected Income from Accumulated Assets Transfer funds from a 401(k) or other qualified retirement savings plan to an annuity product to utilize the annuitization or optional income riders to turn accumulated funds into a protected, guaranteed income stream.

annuity contract (QLAC) as hedges against outliving savings. The options can provide income in case of an extremely long life. 10. Medicaid Spend-Down Protection Purchase a Medicaid qualified annuity to preserve assets. 11. Gifting to Family Members Use an income annuity to create a cash flow for gifting to family members taking advantage of the gifting exclusion with the funds to be used for education funding, lifetime gifting or vehicle lease or purchase payments. 12. Diversification Tool Utilize the different available indexing options of a fixed indexed annuity or investment options of variable annuities to create a diversified approach to reach consumer accumulation goals.

7. Life Insurance Policy Salvage Use an income annuity to salvage an underwater life insurance contract by converting the cash surrender value created by paid-in premiums into a lifetime income stream.

The above ideas only scratch the surface of how the tax-advantaged structure, income options, product guarantees and optional product living benefits of annuity products can be used as a tool to help consumers address their financial challenges.

8. Source of Long-Term Care Funding Use a non-qualified deferred annuity to fund premiums for a long-term care (LTC) policy. If set up properly, the owner can obtain a tax-free way to purchase LTC.

As our society continues to age, annuities are one of the only financial products that provide the features and benefits needed to provide guaranteed protected income options to pay for the costs of lengthening life expectancies.

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In October of 2021, New York State Governor Kathy Hochul launched a new initiative for the Restaurant Resiliency Program (RRP) to provide relief to the restaurant industry, which continues to face severe challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic. The RRP provides ten New York State food banks with $25 million in state funding to source meals from qualified restaurants that will be delivered to emergency feeding programs associated with the food bank’s network of providers, such as food pantries, soup kitchens, and shelters. The emergency food providers are working collaboratively with Long Island Cares, Inc.-The Harry Chapin Regional Food Bank who’s working directly with several eligible restaurants which have been approved by an agreement plan developed by NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets (AGM). Participating restaurants are required to show the capacity to develop meals aligning with MyPlate. gov standards, hold up-to-date licenses/operating permits, and have passed recent health inspections. RRP encourages participating restaurants to use New York ingredients where possible.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created significant challenges for New York families, restaurants, farmers, and food donation and distribution systems. Building on the successful Nourish New York initiative, the Restaurant Resiliency Program awarded Long Island Cares, Inc. $793,657 to provide to restaurants that offer meals and other food-related items to Long Islanders within distressed or underrepresented communities. Of this amount, $714,291 will be spent on purchasing meals from restaurants based on Long Island, or those able to deliver to food bank member agencies in Nassau and Suffolk County. While the additional funding expires on March 31, 2022, Long Island Cares is advocating for the program to continue at least through the end of 2022. Since implementing the program in late October, Long Island Cares’ staff have met with dozens of local restaurants to discuss the Restaurant Resiliency Program and to assist restaurants with the application process and menu planning. By reaching out to

the Long Island Restaurant Association, Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce and to the restaurants directly, Long Island Cares has assembled a diverse group of local restaurants that are providing delicious and healthy meals to feed the 218,000 Long Islanders struggling with food insecurity. Long Island Cares is also providing prepared meals at our six satellite locations and through our mobile outreach programs that support seniors, veterans and the homeless. In November and December, Long Island Cares and our restaurant partners have already provided nearly 7,000 meals to our member agencies and satellite locations. The Restaurant Resiliency Program is not only having a positive impact on the financial health of Long Island restaurants it’s having a positive impact on the way the restaurant industry views hunger and food insecurity in our region. While many greatly appreciate the additional income, they also realize that they’re partnering with the food bank to respond to the needs of people that are struggling to feed their families. Among the restaurants collaborating with Long Island Cares are Haskell’s Seafood Market in Westhampton Beach, The Refuge in Melville, Trento in Farmingdale, Butera’s in Woodbury, K.Pacho in Garden City and many more. For more information on the Restaurant Resiliency Program visit the NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets website or call the Long Island Cares RRP at (631) 582-3663 Ext 102.

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By Bart Kerner Commercial Loan Officer Valley Bank As the U.S. economy begins to recover in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the historically low interest rates we’ve seen will begin to rise. In fact, long-term interest rates are already on the increase following the passage of the latest stimulus package. A recent Kiplinger report predicts that the 10-year interest rate will grow by 2% by the end of this year, and mortgage rates will bump up as well. Rising interest rates can represent risks to investors, specifically impacting the value of fixed-income securities. A rise in interest rates causes bond prices to fall, making bond investors vulnerable to losses. Additionally, as interest rates go up, the costs of borrowing money go up as well. This can make corporations more hesitant to take out commercial loans, resulting in less spending, less growth, and ultimately less profit. Investors interested in mitigating the risks associated with rising interest rates may want to consider the following hedging strategies. • Forwards – A forward contract is a custom contract between two parties to buy or sell an asset or commodity at a specific price at a future date. This is a basic hedging strategy to help ensure you get the price you want regardless of interest rates in the future.

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• Caps – A cap, also known as a ceiling, is an interest rate limit on a variable rate credit product (such as an adjustable-rate loan). It is the highest possible rate a borrower will have to pay or a lender can earn. • Floors – An interest rate floor is the opposite of a cap – it’s the lowest possible rate a borrower would have to pay or a lender could earn. agreements are contracts that use a formula to determine what interest rate will be paid on an agreedupon date in the future. For example, a borrower can fix the costs of a loan by entering into an FRA. • Futures – A futures contract is similar to a forward, but it is a legal agreement that obligates the parties to buy or sell an asset or commodity at a specific price at a future date. Futures represent less risk than forwards because they are standardized and involve an intermediary. • Swaps – An interest rate swap is a forward contract that exchanges one stream of future interest payments for another based on a specific principal amount. For example, a swap may involve the exchange of a fixed interest rate for a floating rate, or vice versa, to reduce exposure to the fluctuations in interest rates. • Options – Options, typically bought and sold through brokers, are financial derivatives based on securities that give buyers the option to buy or sell an asset at

• Collars – A collar, also known as a hedge wrapper, is when someone simultaneously buys a cap and sells a floor or vice versa. This hedging strategy can help protect against significant losses but will also limit gains. Bottom line: there are a number of hedging strategies that can protect investors and mitigate risk as interest rates begin to rise. Interested as to which financial instrument best meets the needs of your business and can protect your assets in the future? Valley Bank is here to help. We can provide your company with the financial services and advice you need to ensure that your business recovers today and thrives tomorrow. To learn more, contact Bart Kerner at (516) 465-2300 x 7157 or by email at BKerner@ valley.com. © 2021 Valley National Bank. Member FDIC. Equal Opportunity Lender. All Rights Reserved.

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The Future Of Long Island Macarthur Airport And Tourism On Long Island

Are you planning to travel anytime soon or coordinating your staycation? Join us for the HIA-LI’s “The Future of Long Island MacArthur Airport and Tourism on Long Island” event where our esteemed panel will discuss exciting new updates and projects related to travel and tourism and Long Island, and how this will impact our local businesses and economy. Meet the Panelists:

JOE CAMPOLO Joe Campolo is the Managing Partner of Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP, recognized by Forbes as a Top Corporate Law Firm in America. Joe’s discipline, direction, and focus have made CMM the fastestgrowing law firm in Long Island history, rapidly expanding in size and influence. Joe has been named the Best Lawyer on Long Island multiple years in a row and is described by the press as “fearless.” Recognized as a “Long Island Icon” and a leading authority on negotiation, Joe has been inducted into the prestigious Long Island Business Hall of Fame in recognition of his influential leadership. He has also been named to the “Power 25” list of the most powerful people in law on Long Island. In addition to growing his own businesses, Joe has kept an unyielding focus on growing the Long Island economy and investing in the community because he knows that good business is good for everyone. His insight and no-fear attitude have led to some of the most significant economic initiatives on Long Island today, including spearheading the studies that made the Long Island Innovation Park at Hauppauge (LI-IPH) a household name for its role as the most powerful economic engine on Long Island. As Immediate Past Chairman of the HIA-LI Board of Directors and current Chairman of the LI-IPH Task Force, Joe has secured crucial public and private investment in the Park – the anchor of Long Island’s tradable economy. He was also invited by Town of Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter to join the MacArthur Airport Advisory Board, where he is working on critical initiatives to attract new airlines to the airport. Joe served honorably in the United States Marine Corps and is a graduate of Stony Brook University and Fordham Law School. He is a member of St. George’s Golf & Country Club in Stony Brook and is an Executive Producer of Tribute, an award-winning short film. Joe is also a published author on negotiation and pens a popular blog, Off the Record (at joecampolo.com), where he connects with the business community by sharing his refreshingly honest views on current events, important social issues, and deeply personal topics.

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After being elected to the County Legislature in 1993, Angie served on almost every legislative committee, where her leadership generated county-wide initiatives in public safety, education, economic development, consumer protection and cultural affairs, was elected unanimously to serve as the Legislature’s Deputy Presiding Officer for 2 consecutive years. Angie’s experience owning a business was invaluable in helping to draft the County’s annual multi-billion budget during her years in County Government. She worked to bring Touro School of Health Sciences to downtown Bay Shore. She was also instrumental

In November 2005, Angie was elected by the residents of Suffolk County to serve as County Treasurer, where for 9 years she worked aggressively to increase interest earnings with all designated depositories. On March 1st 2015 Angie Carpenter was sworn in as the first woman Supervisor of the Town of Islip in its more than 338 history. She brings many years of government experience and was thrilled to come home to Islip and continue her work to improve the community. She hit the ground running embracing the challenges, getting the Town’s bond rating raised to its present Aaa status, and working on new ideas to make Islip an ever greater town for people to do business, raise a family, and enjoy the many wonderful amenities. In November 2015, Angie was elected by the residents of the Town to serve a full four year term as the Islip Town Supervisor, and was subsequently re-elected in 2019. Angie continues to engage residents to work together to revitalize Town-owned, Long Island MacArthur airport, promote business, and increase efforts to ensure that the needs of all Islip residents are met in a cost effective, and compassionate manner.

BRYAN DELUCA Bryan Deluca is an executive management professional with over 25 years’ experience in Marketing, Licensing, brand building and hospitality industry. A proven track record of developing and nurturing a business and staff to create a corporate culture that breeds success. He has extensive experience in managing several hundred employees along with varying levels of management that support the organizations goals. Current Professional Experience Long Island Aquarium 431 East Main St. Riverhead, New York 11901 Currently He is the Executive Director for Atlantis Holdings llc., which encompasses the Long Island Aquarium, Atlantis Banquets and Events, Hyatt Place East End,Treasure Cove Resort Marina, and Preston House & Hotel. Under his supervision The Aquarium has been recognized by “Parents magazine” as a “Top Ten Interactive Aquariums” in the country, as well as “The Best of Long Island” voted by Sandra Brown of the Travel Channel. 2021 the Treasure Cove Resort Marina was voted Marina of the Year “Hospitality” category by Marian Dock age a leader in the marine industry. His core responsibilities include: all aspects of operating the Atlantis Holdings assets, personnel management, finance, staffing, guest services, marketing, public relations, education, all animal care requirements and life support systems along with compliance of government agencies, including U.S.D.A, D.E.C. and State and local municipalities. Additionally, he has taken the initiative on a collaborative effort for increasing tourism on the East End of Long Island. In 2009 he created a not-for-profit 501c6 becoming the co-founder and President of the East End Tourism Alliance. The Alliance operates Eastendgetaway.com a destination travel website for the five east end towns of Long Island. The initial seed money came from the East End Supervisors and Mayors Association to build and market this first-time travel destination web site for our region. Over the past several years the EETA has received over a million dollars in grants from the state to support local tourism.

2018 he initiated the creation of Reflections, Art in the Park, a public art display of sculptures and light art in an underutilized park in Riverhead. Hosting multiple light art events during the summer and fall each year. Currently he is the Chairman of the Board at Discover Long Island, Prior to working in the tourism and attraction business on Long Island, he held a position of Vice President of Brand Development for Group Three Design a Brand Building company in N.Y.C. The main thrust of his responsibilities were managing worldwide sales, design and marketing of approximately a Three hundred fifty million dollar apparel and footwear licensing business for Starter Athletics. Education Bachelor of Arts in Business Management - From S.U.N.Y Brockport Personal Born and raised on Long Island, married to Lisa a special education teacher in the Comsewogue school district, enjoying three millennial boys that are all recent college graduates.

SHELLEY LAROSE ARKEN Experience Shelley LaRose Arken Served as a manager and employee of the aviation industr y for more than 32 years. Employed as a manager at Commercial Service and General Aviation Part 139-certificated airports. 2016-Present: Long Island MacArthur Airport & Bayport Aerodrome, Commissioner of Aviation & Transportation The airport is a 1300 acres facility with 250 based aircraft and 35 businesses located on the airport. The airport is a Part 139-certificated airport that serves general aviation and several major air carriers accommodating 1.6M passengers annually. The airport generates $566M in direct and indirect economic activity. The airports annual operating budget is $16M and capital budget is $8 - 20M annually. The Bayport Aerodrome is on the list of historic places and has one grass runway on 399 acres. • Republic Airport – URS Corporation (AECOM), Airport Manager | 2006 – 2016 • Republic Airport – AVPORTS, Assistant Airport Manager | 1999- 2006 • Westchester County Airport, NY- Noise Abatement Officer | 1994 - 1998 • Cincinnati/N. Kentucky International Airport, KY - Noise Abatement Coordinator | 1991 - 1994 • Spirit of St. Louis Airport, MO - Intern | 1990 - 1991 • Melbourne Aviation (FBO), FL – Office Assistant and Bookkeeper | 1989 - 1990 Education • Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL - B.S. Aviation Mgmt/Flight Technology 1991 • Special emphasis and coursework in the areas of Public Airport Administration, Noise, Planning, Design and Environmental Certification and Memberships • FAA Licensed Pilot (Commercial/Instrument, Multi-Engine) • New York Aviation Management Association (NYAMA), Board Member • American Association of Airport Executives & Northeast Chapter, Member • The Wings Club, Member • SUNY Farmingdale Advisory Board, Board Member • Discover Long Island, Board Member

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Angie Carpenter is a public servant whose impact resonates well beyond her role as Islip Town Supervisor. Even prior to being in government, Angie as a former small business owner, was always active in the community, volunteering with organizations like LIA, Salvation Army Advisory Board, Board of Our Lady of Consolation, former chair of the Catholic Health Services Continuing Care Board, and Vanderbilt Board of Trustees. She also served as President of the West Islip Chamber of Commerce for many years and formed the Town-wide Chamber Council.

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keepingcurrent Showcase: Industry-University Partnerships That Retain Talent on Long Island By Crystal Diaz Employer Relations Associate Stony Brook University Career Center Crystal.M.Diaz@stonybrook.edu Part of Stony Brook University’s mission is “to provide leadership for economic growth, technology, and culture for neighboring communities and the wider geographic region.” The Career Center at SBU strives to embody that mission by contributing to our local economy through facilitating connections between talent and the local workforce. To highlight some of that work, we will be showcasing some of the key partnerships between industry and SBU in a series to be published over the coming months. We hope you will find these conversations as a call to action and some inspiration for innovative ideas as to how we can retain talent on Long Island. We start this series with Spellman High Voltage, a Career Center Partnership Council Member. We sat with the CEO, Dr. Loren Skeist to discuss the latest initiatives that are happening in the industry. Please provide an overview of yourself and your organization. I am President and CEO of Spellman High Voltage, which was founded by Bill Spellman in 1947 and was then purchased by Merril Skeist in 1968. I have been President for roughly the last 23 years. The company specializes in high voltage power conversion, where the output is direct current. In the last 60 years, it has increasingly focused on a broad range of different applications that have been developing. X-ray technology is one major application of this carefully controlled high voltage, among many others. Our approach has been to partner with system developers and design custom power supplies for their systems. We are expanding globally, with major operations in Europe, Asia, China, Japan area, Germany, UK and Mexico, along with our Hauppauge headquarters.

What prompted you to start the relationship with SBU? We have an ongoing need to recruit well-educated candidates with both technical skills and business skills. We have long been looking for ways to work with SBU to make ourselves known and available and hopefully be able to attract good candidates

In 2017 we began participating in and sponsoring a local clean energy competition, which is a long-term strategic goal of ours to support sustainability. This was an opportunity to partner with a group that both encourages technology and science learning, which is important on Long Island. The 2018 award ceremony was at Stony Brook University and that was my first visit to the large campus. That triggered my interest in the resources and facilities available. We began discussing the possibility of university-private partnership in supporting the formation of a power electronics laboratory in the Electrical Engineering Department. There were substantive conversations with our Global VP of Engineering on a proposal for certain research projects and a new internship program. This was exactly what I had hoped we would be able to find with a university. We are currently developing specific joint projects, internships, and exploring future relationships with other departments. We hope to interest students in a well-defined rotational program. We are very excited about this venture. Why do you look to Stony Brook University to recruit great talent? We have been fortunate in being able to grow both here and abroad as we have about 40 open positions currently in many different areas, from engineering to business and sales, IT to materials science. We were also very happy to hear about the extensive diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives at SBU to recruit a diverse student body, which is critical to our future. I have always felt that you learn best when you teach or when you do. You have to use the information and reorganize it.

psychology. How do we develop the careers and talents of our current employees while attracting the new employees that bring a different perspective? Additionally, as an essential business required to remain open through the pandemic, we consulted with SBU to learn about implementing effective ways in maintaining the safety of students and developing effective remote learning options. SBU was helpful in providing resources and information on manufacturing medical products as well. We are hoping that with the broad levels of expertise we will be able to put together projects and concepts which include expertise in materials science. These areas are almost impossible to explore alone and it will advance the performance capabilities of high voltage power. Our vision as a company is to advance health safety and quality of life. We look forward to more ideas and partnerships. What are the benefits for Spellman for local community participation and HIA membership? One of the benefits is the impact on our current employees – everyone has had a sense of excitement towards developing a relationship with SBU. Some will take advantage of formal training, others will share their expertise with SBU. And then there is the focus on recruiting top graduates. This adds excitement and enables us to seriously consider a greater future. Businesses must examine themselves as an organization and think about what the value provided is. They should define what the organization is, determine career paths that would be a clear path of progression. Translate that to what Gen Y & Z is looking for – a clear path to advancement and mentorship. For more information about working with the Stony Brook University Career Center, please contact David Mora at David.Mora@stonybrook.edu or visit stonybrook.edu/career.

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JANUARY’S INDUSTRY LIST: FINANCIAL SERVICES & INSURANCE COMPANIES

INDUSTRY LISTS FINANCIAL SERVICES & INSURANCE COMPANIES

FINANCIAL SERVICES ADALSAN, INC

ONI

Donna Galan | | (631) 584-3641 7 Sunset Drive | St. James, NY 11780 dgalan@gmail.com

PRINCIPAL FINANCIAL GROUP

Alfred Suzan | President | (516) 334-5600 50 Jericho Turnpike | Jericho, NY 11753 alsuzan@adalsan.com | www.adalsan.com

Douglas DiDominica | Regional Managing Director | 5164598777 48 S. Service Rd. | Melville, NY 11747 didominica.douglas@principal.com | www.principal.com/nymetro

AMBITION FUNDING SOLUTIONS

PROTEGRITY ADVISORS, LLC

George Cox | President | 8666248466 34 East Main St. | Smithtown, NY 11787 georgecox@ambitionfundingsolutions.com | www.ambitionfundingsolutions.com

AMERIPRISE FINANCIAL SERVICES -UNIONDALE

Jim Barlow | Financial Advisor | (516) 479-5871 333 Earle Ovington Blvd. | Mitchel Field, NY 11553 James.A.Barlow@ampf.com | www.ameripriseadvisors.com/james.a.barlow/

ASSET ENHANCEMENT SOLUTIONS, LLC

Gregg Schor | (631) 619-6745 4175 Veterans Memorial Highway | Ronkonkoma, NY 11779 gschor@protegrityadvisors.com | www.protegrityadvisors.com

ROCKLINE WEALTH MANAGEMENT

Robert G. Krivit | Director of Financial Planning | (516) 605-1690 255 Executive Drive | Plainview, NY 11803 Robert.Krivit@Rocklinewealth.com | www.rocklinewealth.com

USI INSURANCE SERVICES

Neil Seiden | President | 516-767-0100 405 RXR Plaza | Uniondale, NY 11556 neil.seiden@assetenhancement.com | www.assetenhancement.com

Frank Doria | Vice President | 516 419 4125 333 Earle Ovington Boulevard | Uniondale, NY 11553 Frank.doria@Usi.com | Http://www.usi.com

BRADLEY & PARKER, INC.

WIZDOMONE GROUP OF COMPANIES

Steve Fuoco | Senior Vice President | (631) 981-7600 320 S Service Rd | Melville, NY 11747 sfuoco@bradley-parker.com | www.bradley-parker.com

EQUINOX FINANCIAL PARTNERS

Christine Habermaas | Director of Marketing | 516-358-3871 1000 Woodbury Rd | Woodbury, NY 11797 howard@equinoxfinancialpartners.com | www.equinoxfinancialpartners.com

Gregg Pajak | President | 1 877 949 3661 1377 Motor Parkway | Islandia, NY 11749 gpajak@wizdomone.com | www.wizdomone.com

WTL GROUP AT UBS FINANCIAL SERVICES

Zachary J.M. Deschaine, CFA, CFP, CEPA | Financial Advisor | (212) 641-0835 2200 Georgetowne Drive (HQ) | Sewickley, PA 15143 zachary.deschaine@ubs.com | www.ubs.com/team/wtlgroup

FIRST REPUBLIC BANK

Alexander MacPherson | Relationship Manager | 212-336-8270 410 Tenth Avenue | New York, NY 10001 amacpherson@firstrepublic.com |

FOREST HILLS FINANCIAL GROUP

Steven D. Lichtenstein | Financial Advisor | (631) 492-1381 200 Broadhollow Road | Melville, NY 11747 steven_lichtenstein@fhfg.com | www.fhfg.com

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BORG & BORG INC

Alex Borg | Underwriting & Sales Manager | (631) 673-7600 148 East Main Street | Huntington, NY 11743 alexb@borgborg.com | www.borgborg.com

BSB CONSULTANTS

Daniel Zlotnick | CEO | (631) 435-2700 Ext.106 200 Motor Pkwy | Hauppauge, NY 11788 daniel@kzaps.com | kzwealth.com & appliedpensions.com

Benjamin Horowitz | Chief Executive Officer | (516) 207-1888 626 RexCorp Plaza | Uniondale, NY 11556 bhorowitz@bsbconsultants.com | https://www.bsbconsultants.com/index.html#1

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Tony Borelli, ChFC | Financial Advisor, Registered Investment Adviser | (516) 391-0300 48 South Servie Road | Melville, NY 11747 aborelli@financialguide.com | www.massmutual.com

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INSURANCE COMPANIES

Dan Waldeck | Vice President | 6312640579 16 Riverside Avenue | Amityville, NY 11701 dan@buddeinsurance.com | www.buddeinsurance.com

Maxine Gantman | (516) 242-4561 P.O. Box 637 | Long Beach, NY 11561 maxineg@optonline.net | https://www.linkedin.com/in/maxine-gantman-0b14aa12/

Nicholas Carbone | Sales Executive | 516-333-2340 346 Maple Avenue | Westbury, NY 11590 ncarbone@carbonemolloy.com | www.carbonemolloy.com

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CHAMPION ADJUSTMENT CO. LLC

Celina Bassett | Senior Marketing Manager | (516) 282-7267 60 Crossways Park Drive West | Woodbury, NY 11797 celina.bassett@mazarsusa.com | http://www.mazarsusa.com

NEWTEK BUSINESS SERVICES CORP.

Christopher P. Kyrillidis | Regional Vice President | (212) 356-9500 x 11052 1981 Marcus Ave | Lake Success, NY 11042 ckyrillidis@newtekone.com | newtekone.com

NS CAPITAL, LLC

Joe Hart | Director of Retirement Plans | (866) 676-6002 1 Landmark Square | Stanford, CT 6901 jhart@nscadvisor.com | www.nscadvisor.com

Richard Dank | Public Adjuster | 516 459 6161 420 Jericho Tpke. | Jericho, NY 11753 richard@championadjustment.com | http://www.championadjustment.com

COLONIAL VOLUNTARY BENEFITS

Patrick Kiernan | Agency Development Manager | (203) 494-3337 1225 Franklin Ave. | Garden City, NY 11530 patrick.kiernan@coloniallifesales.com | www.coloniallife.com

COMBINED INSURANCE

Paulson Ambooken | Insurance Consultant | (516) 205-4757 500 Bi-County Boulevard | Farmingdale, NY 11735 paulson.ambookan@combined.com | www.combinedinsurance.com


FINANCIAL SERVICES & INSURANCE COMPANIES

GALLAGHER

Michael Gallagher | Director | (516) 622-2412 One Jericho Plaza | Jericho, New York 11753 michael_gallagher1@ajg.com | www.ajg.com

GROUP PLANNERS, INC

SCHULMAN INSURANCE BROKERAGE, LLC

Phillip Byer | CEO | 5166325225 330 Sunrise Highway | Rockville Centre, NY 11570 phillip@schulmaninsurance.com | http://schulmaninsurance.com

SEAN FX GLEASON LLC

Louis Bernardi | CEO/Employee Benefit Strategist | 5168043383 125 Froehlich Farm Blvd | Woodbury, NY 11797 | https://www.groupplannersinc.com

Sean Gleason | President/Insurance | (631) 652-6883 1377 Motor Parkway | Islandia, NY 11749 sgleason@wizdomone.com | wizdomone.com

HKM ASSOCIATES

SENIOR HEALTH PLAN SPECIALISTS, INC.

Jeffrey Weiner | CEO | (516) 394-2522 333 Earle Ovington Boulevard | Uniondale, NY 11553 hkmassoc@gmail.com | www.hkmassociates.com

IMPERIAL COVERAGE SERVICES

Grace Luce-Horan | President | (631) 559-7500 1600 Calebs Path Extension | Hauppauge, NY 11788 grace@seniorhealthplanspecialists.com | www.seniorhealthplanspecialists.com

THE ZABBIA INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.

Mark Legaspi | 631-476-4015 4175 Veterans Memorial Highway | Ronkonkoma, NY 11779 mlegaspi@imperial-coverage.com | www.imperial-coverage.com

Robert Zabbia | Licensed Insurance Agent | (516) 799-6900 847 Broadway | Massapequa, NY 11746 cgoldstein@allstate.com | www.zabbiaagency.com

ISLAND GROUP PLANS

UNITED PUBLIC ADJUSTERS AND APPRAISERS, INC

Cindi Berdon | Marketing Director | (631) 588-8100 3900 Veterans Memorial Highway | Bohemia, NY 11716 cberdon@islandgroupplans.com | www.islandgroupplans.com

JAMES F. SUTTON INSURANCE

James Sutton | Vice President | (631) 774-5420 143-149 East Main Street | East Islip, NY 11730 JRS@suttonins.com | www.suttonins.com

JANUARY’S INDUSTRY LIST: FINANCIAL SERVICES & INSURANCE COMPANIES

INDUSTRY LISTS

Philip Maltaghati | Vice President of Marketing | 631-350-5677 150 Broadhollow Rd | Melville, NY 11747 philip@unitedpublicadjusters.com | www.unitedpublicadjusters.com

USI INSURANCE SERVICES

Frank Doria | Vice President | 516 419 4125 333 Earle Ovington Boulevard | Uniondale, NY 11553 Frank.doria@Usi.com | Http://www.usi.com

JFA INSURANCE BROKERAGE & ASSOCIATES INC.

Brian Hessel | Director- New Business Development | (718) 352-7935 2531 Francis Lewis Blvd | Bayside, 11358 brian@jfainsurance.com | www.JFAInsurance.com

LG PLANNING GROUP

Mirelle Martino | Senior Account Manager | (631) 589-6960 350 Motor Parkway | Hauppauge, NY 11788 mirelle@lgplanninggroup.com | www.lgplanninggroup.com

MAXINE GANTMAN

Maxine Gantman | (516) 242-4561 P.O. Box 637 | Long Beach, NY 11561 maxineg@optonline.net | https://www.linkedin.com/in/maxine-gantman-0b14aa12/

NFP CORPORATE SERVICES (NY), LLC

John Cooleen | Business Development | (212) 786-5613 45 Executive Drive | Plainview, NY 11803 john.cooleen@nfp.com | nfp.com

NSA GROUP INSURANCE & FINANCIAL SERVICES Phillip Kaiser | Sales Executive | (631) 722-3500 Ext. 1211 711 Union Avenue | Aquebogue, NY 11931 pkaiser@nsainsure.com | www.nsainsure.com

PREMIER BENEFIT PLANS, INC

PROACTIVE RISK MANAGEMENT SERVICES, INC. Alisa Rosati | President | (631) 804-7901 26 Pine Street | Lake Grove, NY 11776 alisarosati@optonline.net

PROFESSIONAL GROUP PLANS, INC.

Maria DiFranco | Executive Assistant | (631) 951-9200 225 Wireless Blvd. | Hauppauge, NY 11788 maria.difranco@pgpbenefits.com | www.pgpbenefits.com

RCM INSURANCE

Anne Erickson | Vice President | (516) 778-5649 950 Franklin Avenue | Garden City, NY 11530 aerickson@contractorinsurance.org

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Association for Mental Health and Wellness www.mhaw.org 631-471-7242 Based in Ronkonkoma, NY, the Association for Mental Health and Wellness is a not-for-profit organization that provides programs, services, and advocacy for people in Suffolk County who face mental health challenges, with an enhanced focus on service to veterans. We believe that mental health is as important as physical health, and it is our goal to ensure that all local needs and voices are heard and recognized by government leaders, the business community, advocacy groups, and educational organizations in the region. MHAW offers the region comprehensive services and advocacy that focuses on mental health as well as overall health and wellness. While our history dates back over 60 years, MHAW is looking towards the future:

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• As the local chapter of Mental Health America and of the Mental Health Association of New York State, it is our mission to share and strengthen resources that are grounded in evidence-based

• We will continue to focus on serving the special needs of military veterans, especially those with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

the Dental Office at Times Square Department Store, and came to realize that they shared the same philosophy of patient care: Treating people like family. It has since become the philosophy of the practice and would ultimately define who they hired to help them move the practice forward. From Dentists, to Hygienists, to assistants and front desk staff, they all share the same goals and desire to serve. It has been this philosophy that has helped Babylon Dental Care grow to new heights year after year, which they believe is a testament to the core values and relationships they’ve built within their community.

By unifying these resources, MHAW is a strong organization, well-positioned to ensure that all of Suffolk County’s residents can access the resources they need. Vicon Industries Inc. 135 Fell Court Hauppauge, NY 11788 (631) 952-2288 www.vicon-security.com

Babylon Dental Care 785 W. Montauk Hwy, West Babylon, NY 11704 (631) 983-6665 www.babylondentalcare.com In 1983, Dr. Cliff Brown opened the doors of Babylon Dental care with his assistant Tory Sheehan. Cliff and Tory had worked together in

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HEARD AROUND THE ISLAND APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, HONORS & OTHER HAPPENINGS

The Long Island Regional FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition season will kick off on Saturday, January 8, 2022. Knowing only that this year’s theme is 2022 RAPID REACTSM presented by The Boeing Company, local FIRST teams, and the 4,000 teams representing 35 countries around the world, will receive this year’s game rules via a video feed that will be broadcast at the same time across the globe. For more information on SBPLI or FIRST Long Island, please visit www.sbpli-lifirst.org. Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP (“FDT”) Congratulates partner Stephanie M. Alberts on being appointed Co-Chair of the firm’s Tax, Trusts & Estates practice group. Her appointment was effective January 1, 2022. In addition, Cora A. Pappas was promoted to a Tax, Trusts & E s t a t e s L e g a l Assistant. She is solely responsible for assisting attorneys prepare documents and for court proceedings, liaising between attorneys and clients and onboarding departmental assistants.

Certilman Balin Adler & Hyman, LLP has promoted three attorneys, effective January 1, 2022. Kimberly Barresi (formerly Klein) is now a Partner in the Commercial Lending and Banking Group; Noreen Chen is now Of Counsel to the Commercial Lending and Banking Group; and Robert Nosek is now Of Counsel to the Bankruptcy and Debtor/Creditor Rights Group. All three attorneys were previously Associates at the firm. Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP is proud to announce that Gerard R. Luckman, a Partner and Chair of the fi r m ’s B a n k r u p t c y & Corporate Restructuring practice group, was elected President of the Turnaround Management Association’s (TMA) Long Island Chapter. His oneyear term was effective January 1, 2022. Mr. Luckman is also a member of the Chapter’s Board of Directors and Executive Committee.

Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP – a premier law firm with offices in Westbury, Ronkonkoma, and Riverhead - is pleased to announce that Senior Partners Scott Middleton and Christine Malafi have been named to the Judicial Screening Committee of the Suffolk County Bar Association (SCBA). The Committee is tasked with investigating the background, experience, and other qualifications of candidates seeking to run for judicial office in Suffolk County to ensure that potential nominees are qualified to serve on the bench. The Committee consists of 25 active members of the SCBA of recognized standing, judgment and independence, and serve for a term of three years or until their successor is appointed.

In giving back to the community this holiday season, Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP donated more than 30 meals to Island Harvest Food Bank. The donated food was picked up at East Wind Long Island in Wading River,

Looking to hire entry level talent?? The Stony Brook University Career Center will be hosting three virtual job and internship fairs in the spring 2022 semester. Participation in fairs enhances your brand with SBU students and makes you recognizable as an employer of choice! IT and Engineering Job & Internship Fair: Friday, February 11, 2022 | 1 pm to 5 pm. Business, Communications, and Journalism Job & Internship Fair: Friday, February 18, 2022 | 1 pm to 4 pm. Healthcare, Research, and Human Services Job & Internship Fair: Friday, March 4, 2022 | 1 pm to 4 pm. Contact David Mora, Assistant Director of Employer Relations at David.Mora@stonybrook.edu for more information or visit www.stonybrook.edu/career Lorraine Botti, of Huntington, has been elected to the board of directors at the non-profit Association for Mental Health and Wellness based in Ronkonkoma. Botti, the Marketing Lead at Stony Brook University’s Neurosciences Institute, received her bachelor ’s degree from the University of Richmond, Virginia.

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Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP (“FDT”) is pleased to announce the promotions of Danielle E. Tricolla and Robert L. Renda to Partner effective January 1, 2022. “We are incredibly proud of Danielle and Rob,” said FDT’s Co-Managing Partners Jeffrey D. Forchelli and John V. Terrana. “Their promotions are a direct result of their hard work and unwavering commitment to excellence,” they added. Ms. Tricolla, a Wantagh, NY resident, co-chairs FDT’s Cannabis practice group and is a member of its Litigation practice group. She earned her J.D. from New York Law School and her B.A. from the University of Maryland. Mr. Renda, a Massapequa, NY resident, is a member of the firm’s Real Estate Tax Certiorari practice group. He earned his J.D. from St. John’s University School of Law and his B.S. from St. John’s University.

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