Roohan Realty announced its top Realtors for the year of 2018.
The top five agents are Valerie Thompson, Kate R. Naughton, Conner Roohan, Meg Minehan and Darlene Chorman.
In addition, the top commercial agent was Amy Sutton.
The company recently held an awards celebration and dinner in their honor at The Lodge. In total, they achieved over $56.8 million in real estate property sales last year, the company said.
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Merrill Lynch announced that Susan Phillips and Kevin Mosher recently joined The Moloney-Leonard Group.
Phillips has more than 27 years of experience in the financial services industry. She began her career as a financial advisor at Fleet Investment Services in 1992, prior to that she held numerous positions within the retail bank.
Today, she leverages the investment insights of Merrill Lynch and access to the banking convenience of Bank of America.
Mosher has been in the financial services industry since 2012.
Previously, he served in the U.S. Army with Alpha Company 1-508 Parachute Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team of the 82nd Airborne Division. He is a graduate of SUNY Binghamton with a double major in economics and English.
His focus is on portfolio development and analysis as well as financial strategies for high net worth individuals. Mosher has earned the designation of Accredited Portfolio Management Advisor from the College of Financial Planning.
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Fort Hudson Health System Inc. announced the appointment of J. Lawrence Paltrowitz, Sarah Wright and Dr. Suzanne Blood to its board of directors
Paltrowitz is the managing principal of Bartlett, Pontiff, Stewart & Rhodes PC. His primary practice areas are labor law, education law, municipal law & finance, nonprofit law and corporate law. Paltrowitz provides legal services to numerous public and private sector employers, nonprofit corporations, including Community Action agencies and Head Start programs, and professional practices.
Wright is the chief financial officer at Adirondack Health Institute, an independent, nonprofit organization supporting hospitals, physician practices, behavioral health providers, community-based organizations, patients and others in our region to transform health care and improve population health.
She has leadership responsibility for building and managing effective and streamlined administrative and financial systems. Wright oversees finance, accounting, budgeting, contracts, human resources, and other operational areas.
Blood is chief of geriatrics and palliative care at Hudson Headwaters Health Network. HHHN is a nonprofit system of 17 community health centers providing primary care to more than 5,600 square miles of the Adirondack North Country and Glens Falls region. The network serves all of Warren County and parts of Clinton, Essex, Hamilton, Saratoga and Washington counties.
Blood earned her A.B. at Harvard-Radcliffe, M.D. from the University Of Vermont College Of Medicine, and a master’s degree in public health from Boston University School of Public Health.
Other members of the Fort Hudson board of directors include Dr. Dean Reali (president), Kevin Hayes (vice president), Gretchen Steffan (secretary), Robert Miles (treasurer), John Brodt, Carmen Della Bella, Joan Grishkot, Keith Laake, Chris Nelson and Tori Riley.
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Behavioral health leader Janice Prichett has joined Saratoga Hospital to fill the new position of executive director of behavioral health services.
Prichett is responsible for administering and integrating behavioral health services across the Saratoga Hospital system of care. She also collaborates with senior team members and an advisory board of physicians and leadership to develop behavioral health programs.
The new position is the latest example of the hospital’s commitment to meet the region’s growing need for behavioral health services. A key strategy is to integrate these services into the hospital’s primary care practices—a model introduced in 2013 with the opening of Saratoga Community Health Center. Services at that location have continued to expand and now include addiction medicine.
A licensed clinical social worker, Prichett has more than 30 years of executive leadership experience in behavioral health administration, integration and program development. Most recently, she was chief behavioral health officer for Whitney Young Health in Albany.
Prichett has a bachelor’s degree from the SUNY Institute of Technology and a master of social work from SUNY Albany. She is a member of the Adirondack Mountain Club, The Adirondack 46ers and the Albany County Opioid Task Force.