Daniel W. Auer is the new special agent in charge of the Miami Field Office of IRS Criminal Investigation (CI), the law enforcement arm of the IRS. He is responsible for planning, directing, and evaluating the activities of CI employees in the Southern Judicial District of Florida, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.
Alan D. Lash, partner for Lash & Goldberg, has been appointed by the American Arbitration Association (AAA) to the AAA's Commercial Arbitration Panel. The AAA is the world's leading provider of conflict management and dispute resolution services for individuals and organizations who wish to resolve conflicts out of court.
Gayle Bainbridge, Tony Martely, and Mario Paradela, veteran Miami insurance agents, announced the launch of their newly formed insurance solutions agency, Global Risk. The agency will offer a wide array of personal and business insurance products and services designed for asset protection, risk mitigation, and risk transfer. It will specialize in property, liability, benefits, and life insurance for the business community.
The Public Health Trust, which governs Jackson Health System, selected new officers to its board of trustees:
John Copeland III, managing director of the Copeland Companies, will serve as chairman of the board.
Angel Medina, Jr., area executive for Region's Bank South Florida market, will serve as vice chairman.
Georgena D. Ford, registered nurse, will serve as secretary.
Marcos Lapciuc, founder of MLIP, an industrial and commercial real estate development and holding enterprise, and vice president and partner in Precision Trading Corporation, will serve as treasurer of the board.
Mauro Moscucci, professor of medicine and vice chair of the Department of Medicine at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, has been named chief of the Cardiovascular Division. Previously, he worked with other doctors, hospitals and Blue Cross Shielf of Michigan to for the The Cross Shield of Michigam Cardiovascular Consortium.
Carl Tsang has been hired as chief financial officer for Charter Schools USA (CSUSA). He also assumes the position of chief financial officer of Red Apple Development, the development arm of CSUSA. Previously, he was the chief financial officer of Unico Holdings and Slim Fast Foods. He has also served as vice president of finance at Sonoco Products Company.
Dana Klein, owner of DKMC, a public relations firm, has been named as the new Honorary Consulate General for the Republic of Macedonia. Formerly a part of Yugoslavia, the country is known today as one of the up and coming hot spots in Eastern Europe. Primed as the new business mecca in Europe, Macedonia is actively recruiting business to the area with tax breaks and incentives, low business costs, and a highly educated, inexpensive labor force.
Camille Olivere has been named vice president of sales for Norwegian Cruise Line. Previously, she was vice president of sales for the global e-commerce division of Travelport. In this role, she will be responsible for leading the line's North American sales team.
Andres Otero has been appointed to head the Miami office of Kroll, a risk consulting company. Previously, he co-founded Corporate Investigations, a boutique risk consulting firm in Bogota, Colombia. In this new role, he will work alongside leaders from the region and across the Kroll global offices.
Eduardo J. Padron, president of Miami Dade College, has been appointed to the board of directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. The directors provide economic information from the branch territory to the district bank's president and head office directors. Recently, he was appointed chair of the Association of American Colleges and Universities and is a member of the board of directors of the American Council on Education, the Carnegie Foundation, and Business/Higher Education Forum.