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Scott Hansel, CEO of Community Partners of South Florida, has enrolled in the NeighborWorks Achieving Excellence Program, a collaboration with Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. The program addresses organizational and community challenges; participants benefit from one-on-one executive coaching, focused peer support and cutting-edge curriculum while applying their newly acquired skills and knowledge to their organizations. Community Partners addresses the strategic areas of mental health for children and families, housing accessibility, and building stronger support systems within communities. Community

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Ocwen Financial Corp., a leading non-bank mortgage servicer and originator, recently announced the appointment of George T. Henley as executive vice president and chief growth officer. Henley will become a member of the Company’s executive leadership team and report to Glen A. Messina, President and Chief Executive Officer of Ocwen. In this role, Mr. Henley will be responsible for the growth and development of the West Palm Beach-based company’s originations business and operations.  Kelley Kronenberg, a multi-practice business law firm with 12 locations throughout Florida and the United States, recently added Anthony Shih to its West Palm Beach office. Shih will handle matters related to first-party property insurance defense litigation.

Finance Todd Dahlstrom, PNC Wealth Management vice president and senior business development officer for South Florida, has been named board chair of Young Friends of Palm Beach Symphony. This group consists of active professionals in their 20s, 30s and 40s who have an appreciation for classical music and a commitment to supporting the symphony’s vital education and outreach programs. PNC Wealth Management is a corporate sponsor of the symphony.

Source www.palmbeachpost.com Lewis, Longman & Walker P.A. is pleased to announce James M. Woods has joined the firm’s West Palm Beach office as an associate. Woods’ practice will focus on environmental and land use law. Woods’ interest in environmental and land-use law began in law school. He served as the president of the Environmental and Land Use Law Society, worked with a local conservation trust in Alachua County, was involved with organizing the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference in 2016, 2017, and 2018, and worked with the UF College of Law Conservation Clinic.

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