Richard E. Brodsky has formed The Brodsky Law Firm, where he will continue to practice law in the areas of SEC enforcement, securities litigation, and a wide variety of business litigation, including real estate disputes, directors' and officers' liability and commercial disputes. He has also formed Resolution Mediation, where mediation of commercial disputes will be conducted. He is a member of The Best Lawyers in America, a Florida Super Lawyer, and îAV' rated by Martindale-Hubbell. Previously, he has been practicing law in Miami since 1981 after eight years with the SEC's Division of Enforcement in Washington, D.C.
Gary Nymoen has been named chief financial officer of Florida Medical Center. He will be responsible for all areas of finance for the hospital, including development of annual strategic plan and detailed departmental budgets. Previously, he was employed with Hialeah Hospital as controller. He has also served as controller for Golden Glades Regional Medical Center and Modern Health Care Services of Miami Beach.
Ana Codina Barlick, project manager for Flagler Development Group, has been elected as president of the board of governors for Miami City Ballet.
Teri Logan, associate school head of Miami Christian School, was elected as vice president of the Florida Association of Academic Non-Public Schools, a voluntary association of nonpublic school accrediting agencies and other nonpublic school organizations. In addition, Logan has also been appointed to the Education Committee of the Historical Museum of South Florida.
Betsy O'Rourke has been named senior vice president of marketing for Royal Caribbean International. She will be responsible for all aspects of the cruise line's marketing program, including brand strategy and positioning, consumer and trade advertising, web and loyalty marketing, research, brand development and communications. Previously, she served as senior vice president of marketing and communications for Wyndham Worldwide.
Saby Gomez de Molina has founded an independent business consulting firm, S-a-v-v-y Business Solutions. Previously, she was the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Transworld Financing and World Investments Corporation. She has worked in the South Florida finance industry for over 15 years.
Marcos Brito has been hired as vice president of commercial lending for Bank of Florida. He is responsible for developing and managing commercial and industrial banking relationships, primarily with wholesalers, distributors, manufacturers and exporters. Previously, he managed a commercial banking team for Mercantil Commercebank.
Miguel A. Cervoni has been promoted to executive vice president of wealth management for Ocean Bank. Previously, he served as senior vice president of wealth management. Prior to joining Ocean Bank, he served as head of Citibank/International Personal Banking Division.
Tire Group International continues to implement its marketing strategy throughout Latin America and the Caribbean by opening a new sales office in Managua, Nicaragua. Heading this new office is Rigoberto Reyes. He has over 20 years experience in the tire & wheel industry having worked for firms such as Progressive Custom Wheel, California Wheel Corp and Martino Tire.
Joanie B. Stein has re-joined Berkowitz Dick Pollack & Brant Certified Public Accountants & Consultants as a supervisor in the tax department. She concentrates her practice on high net worth individuals, their closely owned businesses, real estate and international tax issues.