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Newsmakers Westchester County 1-28-13

William Hambleton
William Hambleton.

William C. Hambleton Ed.D., of Greenwich, Conn., was recently appointed head of school for the School of the Holy Child in Rye, effective July 1, 2013.

Hambleton is currently president of La Salle Academy, a private all-boys Catholic high school in New York City. Previously he was principal of the Madeleine Choir School in Salt Lake City and principal of St. Dunstan School in Millbrae, Calif.

Hambleton is a graduate of The Pontifical College Josephinum in Columbus, Ohio, and has an educational doctorate from the University of San Francisco. He has also studied at The Pontifical Gregorian University and the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Rome, where he earned a baccalaureate in sacred theology.

 

 

 

Houlihan Lawrence in White Plains recently announced the following appointments.

Garry Klein, of White Plains, has joined the firm as an associate broker in its newly established commercial real estate group. Klein brings more than 25 years of experience, including sales and marketing, market research, construction, development and financing. In 1995, after more than 10 years in the real estate industry, Klein started and operated a residential and commercial real estate brokerage firm, which merged with Cardinal Realty in 1997. He continued at Cardinal as a principal broker until 2000, when he successfully negotiated the sale of the company to Prudential Rand Realty.

 

Okitto Bailey
Okitto Bailey.

 

 

 

Okitto Bailey, of Yonkers, joined Houlihan Lawrence as a salesperson in its White Plains office. Bailey is a former U.S. Marine and after retiring from the corps, pursued a career in real estate. Previously, he was a sales agent with Urban Realty specializing in luxury condo sales and rentals. Bailey has a business degree from Nyack College.

 

 

 

 

 

Littman Krooks L.L.P. has enhanced its reputation in the special education community through new initiatives in 2013.

The firm recently hired Giulia Frasca, a special education attorney, who works with children with special needs and their parents to obtain a free and appropriate public education from their school district. She also handles other special-needs issues such as guardianships and wills and trusts.

In addition, Littman Krooks will now handle school disciplinary matters in addition to special education advocacy, special education due process, special education private school reimbursement, Section 504 accommodation advocacy, transition planning and SAT/ACT test accommodation advocacy.

 

WTP Advisors, a global tax and business advisory firm headquarted in White Plains, recently named two partners.

Jeff Malo, a former litigator at the U.S. Department of Justice Tax Division, currently leads WTP’s U.S. Research and Experimentation (also known as R&D) Tax Credit services, and co-leads WTP Interest & Penalty Advisors.

Ron Hodgeman currently leads WTP Exchange, the Like-Kind Exchange (“LKE”) affiliate company of WTP Advisors.

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