People on the Move – Sept. 1
Michael L. Conklin joins WSFS Bank as its new executive vice president and chief human resources officer. Conklin will lead the Company’s talent transformation initiative and will be responsible for developing and optimizing people centered strategies for succession, inclusion, learning and development, human sigma, wellbeing, compensation and community partnerships. Conklin joins WSFS with over 25 years of experience in human resource management and for the past seven years has served in various human resources leadership roles at U.S. Bank.
Isaiah Welsh joins Goodwill of Delaware and Delaware County as senior manager of risk management. Welsh will lead the organization’s safety, loss prevention, and risk management initiatives, including strategic planning for and response to COVID-19. Welsh has 13 years of experience in loss prevention and risk management; and has worked for various national retail brands where he focused on team training and development in order to reduce loss and advance company’s growth.
Donald Fulton has been named board chair of Cancer Support Community Delaware’s (CSCDE) Board of Directors. Fulton was the managing partner at George J. Weiner Associates LLP, one of the oldest insurance firms in the region, and brings to his new role over 30 years of business and management experience. Ted H. Dwyer III, the son of the late founder Cindy Dwyer, has been appointed as the chair- elect.
Michele Camponelli has been named development manager of CSCDE. Camponelli brings a successful record of grant writing, designing, organizing, and implementing events, including successful fundraisers that generate awareness, build strong community alliances and strengthen the lives of others.
Jovoni Simmons has been named manager of outreach and marketing. Simmons brings over more than 10 years of experience in community outreach, graphic and web design, social media, marketing, and event and program management to CSCDE, and has utilized these skills and talents to better connect the community to the cancer care provided by CSCDE.
Beau Zelbey, president of the Delaware Association of Realtors, has joined CENTURY 21 Emerald as their new chief talent officer. Zebley will be responsible for new agent acquisition as well as development and progression of all agents within the organization. Zelby has over 18 years of experience in the industry in a variety of capacities both as an agent and brokerage management.
Jeremy Mutschler has been appointed the director of marketing for Nicolock Paving Stones, a local hardscape manufacturer with a distribution center in Wilmington. Mutschler will oversee all marketing, including advertising, promotions, events, and public relations. Mutschler was the founder and managing partner of Promotion Associates Inc. for more than 20 years. In addition, he served as director of operations for the International Student Exchange, a nonprofit organization that places high school students from more than 40 countries with volunteer host families.
Natalie D. Ramsey, from Robinson+Cole’s Delaware office, was selected by her peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2021 in the areas of bankruptcy and creditor debtor rights/insolvency and reorganization law and litigation-bankruptcy. Ramsey has practiced in the areas of bankruptcy and corporate reorganizations for more than three decades, and is co-chair of the firm’s bankruptcy and reorganization practice group and the partner in charge of its Wilmington and Philadelphia offices.
Richards, Layton & Finger has announced 70 of its attorneys have been named in the 2021 edition of ”The Best Lawyers in America.” Six firm attorneys were selected as 2020 Wilmington, Delaware Lawyers of the Year: F. Peter Conaty, Jr. in Tax Law, Kelly E. Farnan in intellectual property litigation, Mark J. Gentile in corporate law, Jennifer C. Jauffret in labor and employment litigation, Jeffrey L. Moyer in copyright law, and Srinivas M. Raju in business organizations (including LLCs and partnerships). Richards, Layton & Finger Wilmington had 42 attorneys named in The Best Lawyers in America category with 15 of the office’s attorneys selected as “Ones to Watch.”
Troutman Pepper has announced 10 of its Delaware attorneys were named in the 2021 edition of “The Best Lawyers in America.” Christopher J. Lamb was named the 2020 Wilmington Lawyer of the Year in real estate law, an award presented to one outstanding lawyer in each practice area in a designated metropolitan area. Five Troutman Pepper attorneys were recognized as Best Lawyer: Donald J. Detweiler in bankruptcy and creditor debtor tights, insolvency and reorganization law, Richard P. Eckman in financial services regulation law, David M. Fournier in bankruptcy and creditor debtor rights, insolvency and reorganization law and litigation, Matthew M. Greenberg in corporate law, David B. Stratton in bankruptcy and creditor debtor rights, insolvency and reorganization law. Finally, four Troutman Pepper attorneys were recognized as “Ones to Watch.”