Current Builders, based in Pompano Beach, has added new partners: Eric Herlihy, vice president of pre-construction services, has a bachelor’s in building construction from the University of Florida. Rolf Severtson, executive vice president of CB structures, attended Wartburg College in Iowa.
Aaron Tandy has joined Pathman Lewis in Miami as a partner in the firm’s commercial litigation department. Most recently, he was a shareholder with Gunster Yoakley. Tandy has a bachelor’s from Haverford College and a J.D. from New York University.
Adam M. Myron and Leora B. Freire have been named shareholders at Richman Greer, P.A., based in West Palm Beach. Myron’s practice includes business and partnership litigation. He has a bachelor’s from Emory and a law degree from George Washington. Freir’s practice includes a focus on complex commercial litigation. She is president-elect designate of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers. She has a bachelor’s in administration of justice from Rutgers and a law degree from Seton Hall.
Julie Schneider has been named executive director of Children’s Home Society of Florida’s Intercoastal and Southwest divisions. She previously was with the South Carolina Department of Social Services.
Daniel Grant and Marielle Sologuren have been promoted to vice presidents at Pierson Grant Public Relations, based in Fort Lauderdale. Grant leads the agency’s marine division. He has a bachelor’s in communications from Florida Atlantic University. Sologuren provides public relations and marketing services to clients in the healthcare, legal, marine, real estate and travel industries. She has a bachelor’s degree in public relations from the University of Florida.
David Reich will join Atlanta-based The Trillist Companies as director of development. Reich will oversee YOO at Metropica, the project in Sunrise that Trillist is developing. Previously, Reich worked at The Reich Companies.
Peter Wocial has been named director of facilities management at Covenant Village of Florida, based in Plantation. Previously he was a facilities management leader with the Aramark Corp. Wocial, who has served in the U.S. Coast Guard, has a bachelor’s degree in facilities engineering from SUNY Maritime College.
Frank Holder has been named head of the Latin American practice of Berkeley Research Group and will be based in Miami. He was most recently chairman, Latin American Region, FTI Consulting. He has a bachelor’s degree from the U.S. Air Force Academy and a Ph.D. in political science from the Universidad de Belgrano in Argentina.
Myles Pistorius has been named senior vice president, general counsel at the Miami Dolphins. Previously he was senior vice president of content and business affairs at the NBA. He attended Rutgers and Columbia University School of Law.
This column lists full-time, paid, high-level promotions at the director level and above. Send items, including job title, job description, previous positions, educational background and jpgs of head shots (in color), to movers@MiamiHerald.com.
Name: Alexander L. Soto
New position: Vice president private banking and branch coordinator at International Finance Bank. This is a newly created position.
Previous position: Branch manager of the Coral Gables office of Sabadell Bank.
Education: Soto has a bachelor’s from Florida International University and an MBA from St. Thomas University.
Best advice he ever received: A fellow banker and mentor said to me: “Knowledge is power.” Meaning the more you know at all levels, the better, more well-rounded person you will become. Knowledge is a vital tool for my success. Whether it is knowledge about products, leadership, the industry or your clients, one should know as much as they can to be a well-versed professional in your field of choice. I have taken my mentor’s words to heart and that phrase has been a vital part of my professional growth and success.
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