Newsmakers For March 10.

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Newsmakers For March 10

McCarthy Engineering Associates Inc.

Peter Benjamin Riepnieks, E.I.T. Has been hired as a civil engineer. Riepnieks will assist with the design of erosion and sedimentation control plans, flood plain analysis, storm water management, best management practices, site layout, utility design and grading. Riepnieks has more than 12 years of civil engineering experience in various fields including fiber optic designs, utility relocations and small cell distributed antenna systems installations, developing rehabilitation/retrofit plans for structures as well as bridge and highway design and inspection. He holds a bachelor's degree in civil and environmental engineering from Penn State University.

Thomas Wolf has been hired as a junior mechanical engineer. Wolf will assist with planning, conducting and evaluating approaches to meet project objectives in a timely and cost-effective fashion. Wolf earned a bachelor's degree in electrical mechanical engineering technology from Penn State University.

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Animal Rescue League of Berks County 

Ashley Mikulsky, Flying Hills, has been named vice president of development. Mikulsky,is also a former ARL employee, working for the organization in 2005-2011 as an animal care technician and then from 2011-2015 as director of development.  Throughout her nearly 10 year career in development, Mikulsky raised more than $9 million for area organizations, most recently as regional advancement officer for Alvernia University and where she founded the Alvernia University Women’s Council in 2018. Prior to Alvernia, Mikulsky worked as the director of development for Junior Achievement of Southeastern Pennsylvania. She earned her bachelor's degree from Delaware Valley University in animal biology and conservation and a specialization in zoo science. 

Andrew “A.J.” Haman, West Chester, as has been named medical manager. In his role, Haman oversees the ARL surgical center as well as medical care for animals at the shelter, which can exceed more than 500 animals during the summer months. He also coordinates the scheduling of medical surgeries and procedures of animals at the ARL with shelter veterinarians, local veterinarians and animal hospitals, and triages and treats incoming animals at the shelter. Prior to his employment at the ARL, Haman worked for Brandywine Valley SPCA in West Chester, most recently as its operations manager. He also worked in various capacities in the organization, including as a veterinary technician, herd health coordinator and shelter manager. 

Alexandra "Alex" Pelkowski, Sinking Spring, was named the ARL’s admissions manager. In her role, Pelkowski works closely with the public and handles admitting all incoming stray, animal control and owner-surrendered animals. She also answers questions the public has regarding strays and community cats and trap-neuter-return processes. As part of the organization’s new focus on surrender prevention, Pelkowski also offers help and solutions to those who are having difficulty keeping their pets due to housing, financial or medical concerns. Pelkowski previously worked as the pet adoption center manager at the North County Animal League in Morrisville, Vt. Prior to that, she was a veterinarian assistant at Best Friends Veterinary Care in Nesconset, N.Y., and North Shore Animal League in Port Washington, N.Y. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Vermont in biological sciences and has worked closely with wildlife, including marine animals, raptors and small reptiles, including rescuing and surveying sea turtles in the Gulf of Mexico following the BP oil spill in 2010. She earned a master's degree in environmental policy and management from American Public University. 

Albright College

Jeffrey Strader, a Certified Public Accountant, has been named acting vice president for finance and strategic partnerships. In his new role, Strader will serve as the chief financial officer and will oversee the college’s controller and finance offices, facilities and risk management. He will also partner with Albright President Jacquelyn S. Fetrow, to identify strategic business partnerships that align with the college’s institutional mission and vision. Strader has 30 years of financial professional experience in both public and private sector accounting, finance and auditing, Strader is experienced in strategic financial planning, public as well as private debt placement, treasury management, financial reporting, compliance and financial auditing. He also has extensive experience in contract negotiations and management, and he has overseen all aspects of finance, human resources, information technologies, procurement and real estate.  He previously has worked as vice president of administration and chief financial officer at Wheeling Jesuit University. Strader holds a master's degree in accounting from the University of North Carolina and a bachelor's degree in accounting from Pfeiffer University.

Tompkins Insurance Agency

Daniel McDevitt has been hired as a commercial lines account executive. He will serve the southeastern Pennsylvania region out of the agency’s office in Spring Township. McDevitt has 10 years of experience in the financial services industry, five years in insurance. He was formerly employed by Gallen Insurance. He attended Penn State University for business, management, marketing and related support services. McDevitt holds a Certified Insurance Counselor designation. 

Benchmark Construction

Jonathan Beltz has been promoted to the role of Director of Virtual Design & Construction. Mr. Beltz joined Benchmark in 2009 and most recently was the Virtual Design & Construction Manager. In this role, he leads his department in discovering cutting edge technology and creating detailed mock-ups and animations to aid in constructability and phasing analyses, allowing for early owner buy-in and project support. He holds an Associate’s degree from the Lincoln Technical Institute in Architecture Technology.

Berkshire Country Club

Paul Bovenzi has been hired as general manager/chief operating officer. He previously worked at Myer’s Park Country Club in Charlotte, N.C. Where he has spent the past six years as assistant general manager. At Myer’s Park, he managed the daily operations for all club activities for the Five Star Platinum and Emerald Certified country club. In this role, he was responsible for leading and developing a team of 260 employees and providing a Platinum level experience for the club’s 1,180 members. Bovnzi has extensive experience in the hospitality industry including supervising the UPS suite at The Masters in 2017 as an invited executive based upon his superior member service at Myer’s Park Country Club.


Dominick DiSalvo, Bedminster Township, Bucks County, has been named corporate director of clinical services. In the new position, DiSalvo will be responsible for the coordination, administration, management, and quality of clinical services delivered across all KidsPeace programs. Clinical services include the work of clinicians, psychologists, behavioral analysts, and creative therapists in caring for KidsPeace’s clients. He is also responsible for identifying and implementing new evidence-based clinical practices that can benefit clients according to data-driven measures of quality of care and outcomes. DiSalvo has served in a variety of clinical and supervisory positions since joining KidsPeace in 2012. Most recently he was senior director of clinical services for the organization’s Pennsylvania-based residential treatment program, where his development of Trauma-Informed clinical interventions led to the program being designated an Evidence-Based Program by the Philadelphia-based EPIC organization. In addition to his work at KidsPeace, he also serves as an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Lehigh Carbon Community College. DiSalvo holds a master’s degree in clinical counseling from LaSalle University and is a Licensed Professional Counselor.

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