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33, Lexington Square Commons, Box 8303, Trenton 08650-0303. Sydelle
Norris, state director. 609-890-2121; fax, 609-890-2124. Www.experienceworks.org
Green Thumb no longer operates as a national nonprofit that offers
paid community service jobs for disadvantaged and older adults. However,
Experience Works serves the same population as a staffing agency.
4, Princeton Corporate Plaza, Suite 119, Monmouth Junction 08852.
Neale A. Messina, vice president/director of research. 732-274-1332;
Princeton Combustion Research Laboratories has changed its name to
General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products. It does combustion
research for both government and corporate clients.
08810. CarolAnn Soden, client services representative. 732-438-5100;
fax, 732-355-3275. Home page: www.productsafetylabs.com
Product Safety Laboratories now does the work that formerly occupied
Eurofins Scientific Corporation — research and testing including
toxicology, analytical chemistry, and pharmacology. Its clients are
in these industries: agrichemical, chemical, pharmaceutical, personal
care, animal health, biotechnology and household products.
Its website shows that more of the acute toxicology studies submitted
to the Environmental Protection Administration were conducted by PSL
than by any other laboratory in the U.S, including Covance.
447 Bellevue Avenue, Trenton 08618-4502. Githa Arulmohan, executive
director. 609-396-5874; fax, 609-396-3451. Home page: www.mcada.org
In January Githa Arulmohan replaced Scott Sechrist as executive director
of the Mercer Council on Alcoholism and Drug Addiction. Arulmohan
had been with the Trenton Treatment Center. The private non-profit
agency aims to prevent alcohol and drug abuse, and it is also a resource
center for substance abuse information.
West State Street, Box 230, Trenton 08602-0230. Philip Kirschner,
president. 609-393-7707; fax, 609-989-7371. Home page: www.njbia.org
In April Philip Kirschner will replace Joseph Gonzalez as president
of the state-wide advocacy organization. It represents more than 16,000
New Jersey companies.
Lisa Albitz, executive director. 609-777-0940; fax, 609-777-2798.
Home page: www.qnj.org
At the end of January Lisa Albitz succeeded Ken Biddle as executive
director of Quality New Jersey. A management science major at Shippensburg
University in Pennsylvania, she has published papers on her work in
quality and performance improvement at NCR Corporation, and managed
the HMO products in five states for Prudential, and was director of
operations for HIP Healthplans. For four years she was on the board
of examiners for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. This
not-for-profit educational organization, administrators of the Governor’s
Award for Performance Excellence.
"We’re creating a business strategy to build collaborative efforts
to bring together organizations in industry, government, and training
— all the players needed to work in a collaborative environment
to achieve performance excellence." Current usage, she says, replaces
the word "quality," which implies inspection and relegates
quality control to a particular department. Instead she focuses on
the term "performance excellence throughout the organization."
Box 432, Cranbury 08512-0432. Steven J. Feibus, president. 609-655-8833;
fax, 609-655-2102. Home page: www.anthraciteleasing.com
When Anthracite Leasing’s building burned last year, they moved next
door. The company does auto leasing, specializing in high end automobiles,
new and used.
G, Suite G-20, Princeton 08540. Joe Betti, branch manager. 609-987-0500;
fax, 609-987-2299. Home page: www.kirlin.com
Kirlin Securities, formerly known as Princeton Securities, moved from
100 Canal Pointe Boulevard to Emmons Drive last fall. A full service
broker, it is a market maker in over the counter stocks.
Kettelkamp, president. 609-921-8950; fax, 609-921-6214.
Last year the collection agency moved from 322 to 307 Wall Street.
Street, Box 820, Trenton 08625-0820. Rodney Stuart, director. 609-989-2100;
fax, 609-989-2395. Home page: www.usatrade.gov
Three people from the Trenton Export Assistance Center, part of the
federal commerce department, moved from 3131 Princeton Pike to West
State Street so that it could be housed in the same building as the
state division of commerce and economic development. Phone and fax
are the same.
The Trenton Export Assistance Center offers a video conferencing service
to 86 international locations. Other available services are customized
market analysis, trade opportunity programs, international company
profiling, "Gold Key" custom tailored briefings and appointments,
matchmaker trade delegations, international buyer programs, multi-state/catalog
exhibitions, and trade fair certifications.
Steve Durdin. 732-329-1147; fax, 732-329-9607.
Last fall Steve Durdin expanded by moving his Allstates insurance
office from 1139 Old Trenton Road to Dayton.
08540. Eric Robert Lear, managing partner. 609-683-0233; fax, 609-683-7960.
The accounting firm is scheduled to move from 575 Ewing Street, the
Seltzer Daley building, to 791 Alexander Road, in March. This building,
known as the Treehouse, is the first one designed by Robert Hillier
for the Hillier park on Alexaander Road. It was formerly occupied
by Skey Dumont Matucek, and Lear & Pannepacker purchased it. The 7,100
square foot building was listed by NAI Fennelly, and Lear was represented
by William Barish of Commercial Property Network. Lear had previously
occupied a Trenton office on East Hanover Street, but that has been
Princeton 08540. Tony Li, CPA, MBA. 609-252-1878; fax, 908-281-9930.
Home page: www.taxcutter.net
Tony Li expanded his accounting business last fall with a move from
Belle Mead to Tamarack Circle.
Gregory R. Stelnick, enrolled agent. 732-297-1070; fax, 732-297-7379.
Gregory Stelnick has opened a tax return preparation service for businesses
and individuals. He also does bookkeeping and business services.
the Institute for Advanced Study, Smith worked on the Eniac Computer,
now at the Smithsonian Institute.
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