Lakeland Financial institution colleagues graduate from NJBankers Rising Leaders Program
OAK RIDGE — Lakeland Financial institution is happy to announce that Marlena Taglieri, CAMS, senior vp, Financial institution Secrecy Act (BSA) and fraud officer, and Jennifer Hopper, vp, department supervisor, lately graduated from the NJ Bankers Rising Financial institution Leaders Program held at Kean College.
“Congratulations to Marlena and Jennifer on graduating from the NJBankers Rising Leaders Program,” mentioned Thomas Shara, president and CEO, Lakeland Financial institution. “This necessary program is a method for high-achievers in our business to develop their management abilities and we’re honored to have these two proficient people on our staff.”
The Rising Financial institution Leaders Program enhances the organizational, efficiency, and management abilities of extremely motivated managers. By way of a nine-month program, the graduates had been required to take part in full day and on-line periods in addition to full “A Name to Management Mission” to foster their private growth, profit their monetary establishment and the banking business.
Taglieri joined Lakeland Financial institution in 2005 as a Credit score Analyst Trainee and transferred to the BSA division in 2006 At present, she is primarily answerable for overseeing all features of the BSA/Anti-Cash Laundering and Workplace of International Property Management Program of the financial institution. This consists of creating, implementing and coordinating BSA/AML techniques and controls, and reporting to state and federal authorities within the occasion of suspicious exercise. Taglieri lately acquired the NJBankers Rising Star Award. A Rockland County, N.Y., resident, she is the secretary for Cub Scout Pack 17 and Stony Level Elementary PTA.
A Highland Lakes resident, Hopper started her profession with Lakeland Financial institution in 1994 as a teller within the Milton workplace. She was promoted to vp, department supervisor of the Vernon workplace in 2014. She is the vp of the Vernon Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise Sector lead for the Vernon Coalition to be Drug Free.
United Methodist Communities awarded
NEPTUNE — United Methodist Communities (UMC), the mum or dad company of United Methodist Communities at Bristol Glen in Newton, is the recipient of 4 2019 MarCom Awards, a global inventive competitors recognizing excellent advertising and marketing and communications professionals.
The MarCom Awards administered and judged by the Affiliation of Advertising and marketing and Communication Professionals, consists of a number of thousand advertising and marketing, communication, promoting, public relations, digital, and net professionals. This yr, they judged greater than 6,500 entries representing the USA, Canada, and 18 different nations.
The autumn 2018 situation of interact, UMC’s e-newsletter, gained a Platinum award. With the theme, Then and Now, it contrasted the group’s founding yr, 1907 with 2017. Platinum winners are probably the most excellent for his or her excellence in high quality, creativity, and resourcefulness. They show excellence when it comes to high quality, creativity, and resourcefulness. About 17 p.c of the entrants gained Platinum.
Entries judged to exceed the excessive requirements of the business norm acquired Gold awards. Roughly 24 p.c fell into this class. The United Methodist Communities at Collingswood Fb website garnered Gold.
MarCom conferred two Honorable Point out awards: A video from the Connections collection (UMC’s YouTube channel), Lori and Irma, portrays the endearing relationship between a frontline skilled and a resident. The UMC Basis’s summer season 2018 e-newsletter, United in Philanthropy, acquired the second Honorable Point out.
The awards symbolize collaboration with inventive companions Merz Branding (West Chester, Pa.), Picture Revolver (Philadelphia, Pa.), and Masterpiece Advertising and marketing (Lancaster, Pa.).
Robbie Voloshin, company director of promoting, mirrored, “Our Advertising and marketing Division and companions proceed to provide excellent work showcasing United Methodist Communities as an knowledgeable senior dwelling useful resource in New Jersey. These 4 awards additional encourage us in our total purpose to learn older adults.”
Quickchek raises $110,000 to assist hungry households
WHITEHOUSE STATION — QuickChek Company has raised $110,000 as a collaborating associate of the annual Examine-Out Starvation marketing campaign to assist feed space hungry households this vacation season.
100% of every donation helps present meals on your neighbors in want.
The Whitehouse Station, NJ-based recent comfort market chain is a marketing campaign associate of the annual fundraiser that takes place each autumn at most main supermarkets and comfort shops all through the area, benefiting greater than 40 Feeding America meals banks and associates from New England to Florida.
Buyers at every of QuickChek’s 160 shops all through New Jersey, New York’s Hudson Valley and Lengthy Island helped struggle starvation of their local people by donating $1, $three or $5 coupons at retailer check-out counters throughout a six-week interval that ended Dec. 14.
The family-owned firm has now raised $761,000 through the six years it has been a Examine-Out Starvation marketing campaign associate.
QuickChek staff members from senior executives to assist heart workers and retailer staff members additionally assist 1000’s of space households and people in want all year long by volunteering to field and type meals donations on the Group FoodBank of New Jersey, the Hudson Valley Meals Financial institution and Lengthy Island Cares.
The privately-held firm additionally raised $45,000 for the Group FoodBank of New Jersey as greater than 240 golfers participated in QuickChek’s annual golf fundraising outing this previous summer season.