Shook, Hardy & Bacon has promoted Alfred Saikali, based in Miami, to partner.
Boardroom Communications has promoted Jennifer Clarin to account director. In addition, she has been named team leader for the firm's law firm practice group.Clarin has been with Boardroom Communications for more than seven years.
Workplace law firm Jackson Lewis has named Rinehart Rassif as a partner and Natalie E. Norfus as an associate.
Richard M. Goldstein, chair of Bilzin Sumberg's tax group and co-chair of the wealth transfer group, has been appointed to the 2010 board of directors of the Voices for Children Foundation.
Edward J. Feenane has been named to the South Florida Council, Boy Scouts of America board of directors. Feenane is the business development and client relations manager in the Miami office of law firm EpsteinBeckerGreen.
The Able Trust, also known as the Florida Governor’s Alliance for the Employment of People with Disabilities, received Robert A. Butterworth to its board of directors by appointment from Gov. Crist. Butterworth is an attorney with the Fort Lauderdale law firm Atkinson Diner Stone Mankuta & Ploucha. He served as the 33rd attorney general of Florida for four consecutive terms serving with three governors.
Richard M. Gomez, of the law offices of Roland Gomez, has been appointed to the board of directors of The Humane Society of Greater Miami.
Kaelsie Saravia, a designer with Surface Workshop in Miami, has been elected to the board of directors of Green Mobility Network, an education and advocacy group devoted to making South Florida more hospitable to walking, running and bicycling.