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WSFS Financial Corporation names SVP
Jim Wechsler of WSFS Bank has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Corporate Development reporting to Rodger Levenson, President and Chief Executive Officer of WSFS. Since 2015,.
Wechsler joined WSFS in 2010 as a Commercial Credit Analyst and held various underwriting and Customer-facing roles in the Commercial Banking Division until 2015 when he joined the newly created Corporate Development team.
He earned a Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of Delaware and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Finance and Strategic Management from Villanova University.
Bayhealth Neurosurgery welcomed board-certified neurosurgeon Dawn Tartaglione, DO, as the new medical director.
Tartaglione previously was an attending neurosurgeon with AllianceHealth Midwest in Midwest City, OK.
Formerly, she was chief of neurosurgery at Genesys Regional Medical Center in Grand Blanc, MI, and president of the Michigan Neurosurgery Clinic.
She has a medical degree from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine at Midwestern University and completed an internship and neurosurgery residency at Garden City Hospital through the Michigan State University Consortium.
Lerner names next Aramark Professor
Sheryl Kline will be the next Aramark Professor in Hospitality Management at Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics at the University of Delaware
The Aramark Professor in Hospitality Management was established in 2001 to recognize a faculty member who demonstrates a high level of accomplishment in research and teaching, and a commitment to strengthening the department and its programs. The post was heldfrom its inception by Fred DeMicco until his retirement last year.
Kline completed her PhD at Temple in 1997, and joined Lerner in 2013 after serving on the faculty at Widener University, Purdue University, and the University of South Carolina.
Delaware Botanic Gardens adds Advisory Council members
Raymond J. Sander, president of Delaware Botanic Gardens (DBG) and DBG Advisory Council Chair Carla Markell announced that DBG has added two new members to its Advisory Council – Mark Carter and Lillian Harrison.
Carter is part of the team that Sam and Mariah Calagione have built at Dogfish Head. Not only has Dogfish Head become one of the US top 20 craft breweries, they and their team have also generously donated to and volunteered with over 150 nonprofits.
He is a native Delawarean. He graduated from the Virginia Military Institute and is a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps.
Harrison is a community leader with skills in business, economics and community development.
She brings to the Advisory Council her entrepreneurial experience as well as her work in nonprofit management, public relations, marketing, branding and personnel management. Lillian is the President/Executive Director of the Elevated Community Development Corporation in Georgetown DE. Her firm provides job skills training, workforce development programs and job readiness counseling.
The Nanticoke Physician Network welcomes staff member
The Nanticoke Physician Network welcomed Edda DiDonato, APRN, to its Nanticoke Immediate Care staff.
MDiDonato received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the Inter American University of Puerto Rico, and her Master of Science in Nursing with specialty in Family Nurse Practice from Wilmington University.
She is a certified Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) and has several years of prior professional experience as a Critical Care Nurse in the Intensive Care Unit at Kent General Hospital. She is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.